The Courier's letters week begins with discussion of the introduction of tuition fees, cats' increasing boldness, the failed bridge on the River Tay and the amusingness - or otherwise - of Frankie Boyle.
The Courier's letters week ends with discussion of wind farms' performance, television's treatment of vulnerable people, double standards over geopolitics and the treatment of Perth City Hall.
Today's learned scriveners discuss street pastors, the Connect2 bridge, Labour at the Scottish election, despots and the benefits of radiation exposure.
Thursday's sages fill their quills to write about an eminent ecologist, proper respect for the dead, jet-skiers off Broughty Ferry and wind power reports.
Today's letters to The Courier's editor relate to Scottish expatriates, university tuition fees, the safety of nuclear power, and private finance initiatives.
Tuesday's scriveners discuss increasing the minimum wage, Britain's international financial generosity, demonstrators' rights and man's impact on flora and fauna.
Today's scribes give their opinions on subjects including the ephemeral nature of being a UK ally, the benefits of beavers, proposed changes to our votes, and linking foreign aid to birth control.
The week wraps up with letters focusing on Scotland's beavers, the Dundee Scout Gang Show, nuclear power, and the choice facing voters.
This morning's letters look at the River Tay beavers and wildlife management, taxation, fuel prices, and road safety in Fife.
The issues today are pension proposals, courteous driving, threats to our existence, planning issues, and the right to demonstrate.