This morning's letters look at the River Tay beavers and wildlife management, taxation, fuel prices, and road safety in Fife.
Music fans filled out the pubs and venues of Brechin for the town’s first music festival at the weekend.
A "sophisticated vacuum cleaner for brain tumours" that continues to save lives at Ninewells Hospital is the legacy of a public appeal almost 30 years ago.
The adoption of a new DNA test to authenticate the pedigree of all Aberdeen-Angus calves will put the breed in the vanguard of genomic technology, retiring Aberdeen-Angus Cattle Society president, Victor Wallace, told a packed annual at Stirling.
An East Neuk beach recommended in the 2008 good beach guide has failed a bathing water quality sample after traces of raw sewage were detected.
Today's letters to The Courier discuss child benefits, energy subsidies, council tax banding, armed forces pensions, the Dundee aid effort for Gaza, and the Conservatives.
The dairy beef sector is the fundamental component missing to support the scale of processing sector Scotland’s beef farmers need and want.
Sir, – I refer to recent letters in The Courier on the subject of indiscipline in the classroom, and regard the reasons suggested for bad behaviour as irrelevant to the teacher who is faced with pupils whose only aim is to disrupt.
A former Arbroath man who was tracked by Interpol across the globe will be put on a flight to Australia to stand trial for a number of alleged rapes.
The latest DNA technology is being used by prosecutors to reinvestigate a 38-year-old murder.