An Upgrade of services at Stobhill was what was called for - not the closure of the hospital and a glorified clinic put in its place.
There seems to have been no thought given to the planning and lay-out as regards the patients.
Especially those who have difficulties with their mobility, walking from the bus stops along the pathway and then the distance along lengthy corridors, especially to the cardiac clinic which is at the very end of a long corridor.
I AM beginning to feel that this constant griping about the wording of the referendum question quite insulting.
I understand what the question is about - it's about separating from Westminster in a political sense.
I also believe every person in Scotland knows what it means.
All I am hearing from the unionist camp is excuses for a moan - or do they really think I am so stupid that I haven't a clue what independence means.
The question is: Do you agree to an independent Scotland?
I also know it means we will be dissolving the partnership of the United Kingdom.
Stop being pathetic and become constructive.
C P O'Brien
REGARDING your article (Data Protection) I am a pensioner whose personal details were stolen.
I am shocked by the city council's attitude in their letter.
No apology. I was just told to notify my bank and keep a close eye on my account.
Annoyed Mrs M
I THINK the move to cut down drinking on trains is sensible (Saturday).
But it will be difficult to enforce rules banning passengers carrying alcohol on a train.
Does it cover alcohol in your shopping?
The behaviour of an irresponsible minority is spoiling it for the rest.