We close the Courier letters week with correspondence discussing the V&A plans in Dundee, Carnoustie High Street, the A92 in Angus, parking plans in Perth, and treatment of prisoners.
Friday's scribes analyse politicians' 'vanity projects', the use of roadside gantry signs, consultations on Angus' library service and feelings over the Forth Crossing Bill.
Today's letters discuss speed bumps, George Bush, the the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children, the Broxden roundabout grouse, council absence rates, and the Edinburgh tram project.
Today our correspondents discuss military co-operation, road upgrades and poor driving, the martyr Paul Craw, a scheme to save Dundee FC and an inspirational speaker.
In today's letters: support for the Dundee V&A project, the treatment of Dundee FC fans, airport security, backing for a proposed Roman centre in Perthshire, road signs, and criticism of the coalition government.
The Courier's week begins with mention of raising taxes, the fate of Dundee FC, the threat of a double-dip recession and the enduring power or otherwise of Dundee's V&A building.
The Courier letters week ends with discussion of a Perthshire court case, population controls, minimum alcohol pricing, and threats of an away games boycott by Dundee FC fans.
Friday's correspondents chime in with who is to blame for Dundee FC's predicament, priorities for the city's development, the use of the UK's foreign aid and the importance of Scotland's Roman heritage.
On the agenda today: the SFL's punishment of Dundee FC, abortion, the co-operation pact between the UK and France, and foreign aid.
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.