Saturday's letters column focuses on an example of good manners, the costs borne by motorists, university funding, the pill, and healthcare in Rannoch.
Friday kicks off with Scottish MPs' expenses, America's stance over the BP oil spill, the benefits of relatively inexperienced Scots in the Cabinet and the relevance of the Scotland Office.
On the agenda this morning are the effects of the contraceptive pill, the benefits of Fife's garden success, the possible drawbacks of the proposed Dundee biomass plant and public sector "jobsworths."
This morning's correspondents explain Fife's expenditure at Gardening Scotland, defend religious belief, criticise Israel's position over Palestine and look ahead to years of spending cuts.
Tuesday begins with concerns over government spending cuts, a question over Fife Council's priorities, a defence of healthcare in Kinloch Rannoch and a discussion of God and evolution.
Up for discussion this morning: questions about Tayside Police, Donald Trump, faith, the Gaza flotilla and the future of Aberdeen's Union Terrace Garden.
On today's agenda: support for the English football team, disappointment at changes to The Courier, the Gaza flotilla, the Harris Holiday Song and the biomass plant plan for Dundee harbour.
This morning's letters to the editor discuss the running of Dundee City Council, a way of dealing with the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, sanctions against Israel and the scheme to give Cupar residents radar speed guns.
In this morning's correspondence: two very different takes on the Israeli flotilla raid, atheism, standards of spelling, nuclear power and biomass.
On this morning's agenda are the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, the generosity of churches in Broughty Ferry and the treatment of politician David Laws.