This morning's letters turn attention to planning proposals at Dundee port, obesity, drugs in prison and the Scottish economy.
On the agenda today: Pete Tobin, biomass plans, praise for the McManus Galleries, the TV leaders' debates and young voters.
Up for discussion today are nuclear technology, Forth Ports and wind turbines, climate research and overweight patients.
This week's letters to The Courier start by discussing renewable energy, Dundee waterfront, recycling advice and the Liberal Democrats.
This morning's letters to The Courier editor discuss recent rape prosecution figures, proposed energy projects, a plea to respect the Outdoor Access Code, Christianity and Scotland's contribution to climate action.
Up for debate this morning are parking at PRI, roadworks in Cupar, the Forth Energy plan for Dundee harbour, the Marykirk bell theft, patriotism, the Polish air crash and junk food.
On the agenda this morning are reaction to news the BNP is to stand in Dundee, expense-charge MPs being given legal aid, the UK's debt problem, the BBC's coverage of the Scottish Cup, the SNP's representation in upcoming TV debates and a suggestion that the voting age should be increased.
This morning's letters to the Courier editor discuss the Dundee wind turbines plan, a tribute to Kenneth McKellar, more on Christianity and an invitation to Jonathan Ross.
This morning's letters to the editor of The Courier discuss the Balmossie fire station campaign, Christianity, Forth Ports' turbines plan for Dundee and council advice on recycling.
On the agenda today are historic Edzell library, digital radio, Scottishness, a Lib Dem road safety campaign and Christianity.