DAVID LOW has accused Hibernian chairman Rod Petrie of placing his own financial well-being before the good of the club after a £3.5m bid for the capital side was rejected.
SIR Roger Bannister is supremely at ease with the questions.
IN his defence of the Chief Constable (Letters, July 23), Chief Supt Niven Rennie, writing in his position as recently-elected president of the Association of Scottish Police Superintedents, makes some unsubstantiated assertions.
SCORES of seats at the only Commonwealth Games event to be held in Edinburgh have been left empty despite the event being a sell-out.
Enough of all this fun and frivolity; let's have a bit of gravity.