December begins with discussion of Scotland's suitability to independence, lessons from Ireland's crisis and the role of community wardens.
Today: Scotland's referees, the right to die, the journalists who revealed the parliamentary expenses scandal, road safety, and the nature of Scotland's economy.
Today's letters cover the Irish financial crisis, the 'tartan tax' furore, RAF Leuchars, referee Hugh Dallas, and the dangers of slow driving.
Our letters week ends with correspondents discussing assisted suicide, accountability, the Perth bridge project, the campaign to dual the A9, and the future of RAF Leuchars.
Friday's scribes discuss subjects including a national holiday on St Andrew's Day, Margo Macdonald's assisted suicide bill, and Donald Trump.
On Thursday's agenda are a government deal with Guantanamo detainees, the effects of benefits on migrants, views on the Irish economy and an argument for the existence of God.
Today's correspondents discuss their opinions on subjects including defence cuts, Lord Young's 'gaffe' and the SPL referees' strike.
Tuesday's scribes discuss the fallout over the Tartan Tax, the legacy of Baroness Carnegy of Lour, measures to reduce road accidents and the treatment of football referees in Scotland.
Today's letter writers tackle green energy, credit unions, the treatment of Christians in Islamic countries, and the condition of Perth city centre.
The Courier's week ends with how Jesus may have reacted to today's bankers, allegations of torture at Guantanamo Bay and the possible dangers of following Ireland's example.