Without question, the drug problem in Scotland has spiralled out of control.
I read about the woman in the wheelchair shouting at two pensioners outside Primark (Beggar was loud and aggressive to us, June 18).
In last week’s Telegraph I read with interest the comments made by the owner of the proposed retail outlet in the new Dundee railway station (Health bosses object to rail station drink licence, June 13).
I’m fed-up of all the letters moaning about things in Dundee – the V&A, SNP cuts, etc.
I am an old man now, but cannot forget the braw warm reading rooms in the “LEB” at the end of Blackscroft.
If the trial and subsequent murder charge conviction of the two individuals, Steven Dickie and Callum Davidson, had taken place in the early 1960s the judge may well have literally donned the “black cap” and passed death sentences when giving judgment on the two males involved.
Last month we took our grandchildren to an amazing building to view its exhibits.
A cost of £26 to watch the Dundee derby at Dens Park next season is ridiculous.
There has been a lot in the news about the litter problem in Dundee.
LETTER: Oh to live in Broughty Ferry, where quality of life has higher weighting than in other Dundee areas
Regarding the row over the Broughty Ferry flagpole.
In August the 204 bus is being discontinued.
Am I the only Dundee citizen embarrassed by the noisy screaming harmonica player outside Boots in the city centre?
With regards to your campaign Our Kids Need Justice, I have signed the petition but have been thinking long and hard – is prison the right place to send these paedophiles?
I was really angry to read about the trinkets stolen from the grave of Dundee man Lee Welsh.
I feel a bit sorry for Martel Maxwell and the reaction she got for stating she was a fan of the royal family.
I have a much better alternative to the 360 bus that spends most of its time trundling through Dundee empty.
I see that the council is going to keep a 20mph limit in place in the Glens area.
I would like to share a good news story, complete with sincere acknowledgement of thanks to many people.
Chalk Talk I would like to say that having thoroughly enjoyed the editions of Chalk Talk, it is wonderful to see and read the vast topics and learning in our schools. High praise to the pupils, teachers, support staff and Evening Telegraph for coming together. MS Keith
I wanted to say that I went into Ninewells Hospital this week for back surgery and from start to finish it was a pleasure being there.