In another busy letters column, readers accuse politicians of being out of touch with reality, foresee problems arising from the defence cuts, call for more action to keep rural roads safe, bemoan a lack of recycling options, and examine public-sector pensions.
We get the new week off to a topical start with letters taking on the topics of minimum pricing for alcohol in Dundee, the UK's contribution to the EU, the culling of two piglets at Edinburgh Zoo and a flashback to the Thatcher years?
Rounding up The Courier letters week, correspondents reply to John J. Marshall's comments on rural roads, call for politicians to feel the pain of cuts, and appeal for a tougher stance on those who refuse to recycle waste.
This morning's letters discuss the strategic defence review, pensions and retirement, and immigration.
This morning our correspondents discuss the bankers, councillors, wind power, Dundee FC and the V&A museum proposals.
Today our letter writers claim local residents feel ignored by local government, and comment on subjects from the Dundee Victoria and Albert project, to care for the elderly and the Israeli blockade of Gaza.
In today's letters to The Courier editor, a profitable time at university, a response to John J. Marshall, hopes for Dundee FC, the Gaza blockade, and clean travel.
We begin the week with our correspondents tackling the issues of public sector pensions, electric cars, Fife Council care homes and the shortlisted designs for the Dundee V&A.
The week ends with our correspondents sharing their views on the shortlisted designs for the Dundee V&A, supermarkets at loggerheads and a change of political allegiance.
Friday's scribes discuss Scotland's footballing philosophy, the government's fiscal clout, John J Marshall and a Dundee MP's role in Gaza.