The week begins with mixed views on John J Marshall, support for athletics clubs, the NHS' faults and problems with green energy.
This morning our correspondents discuss John J. Marshall's column, the legality of bingo gizmos, the ticketing of cars in Lochee on a bank holiday and the efficiency of wind turbines.
Our passion for the health of the NHS is a strong topic in today's letters, while there is also support for threatened deer and Trident and another letter poses a poignant question.
Today our correspondents discuss renewable energy, the European Union, high-tech Bingo gizmos and the grandstanding and hypocrisy of US senators.
Today our readers praise young people, discuss American double standards, the release of the Lockerbie bomber, America's entry into the second world war, and the cancellation of the Grand Scottish Prom.
This morning's letters focus on the Deepwater Horizon rig disaster, waste recycling, the Lockerbie bomber, and a holiday enjoyed without the 'torture' of jet skis.
Today's letters to the editor of The Courier discuss UK politicians' refusal to travel to the US to explain the decision to free the Lockerbie bomber, St Andrews High Street, prams on buses, and investment in capital projects.
The week ends with letters discussing the future of lottery funding, Ashludie Hospital, waste recycling, David Cameron's trip to the US and praise for the clean-up operation after the Perth floods.
Today's correspondents focus on David Cameron's comments on the second world war, looming defence cuts, the plans for Dundee waterfront, and the wearing of the burkha.
This morning's letters to the editor of The Courier discuss staffing at Victoria Hospital, Kirkcaldy, David Cameron's apology for the release of Abdelbaset Ali al-Megrahi, and praise for columnist Jim Crumley.