Should we teach young people all about it or keep quiet.
Perhaps it should be compulsory to teach youngsters about sexual ethics and such like.
Or hold on a ruddy moment, wouldn’t that amount to little more than a breach of human rights?
That was the agonising question posed in the corridors of power (Holyrood in case you were wondering) on Tuesday.
It’s a tricky one.
I don’t have an answer. But neither does anybody else so that’s fine. We investigate further.
If the birds and the bees don’t do it for you, then don’t worry as we have plenty more to float your boat.
Like the news that a Courier Country beach and popular beauty spot at that is one of only two in Scotland to fail a water quality test. Tsk tsk.
Find out more in your squeaky clean Courier.
The electoral register got significantly longer recently. All because people wanted to vote in that referendum, don’t you know?
Any road up, some councils are now pouring over it in a bid to identify poll tax defaulters. But does that send out the wrong message about engagement in the electoral process?
We speak to the local authorities that think it most certainly is. And the others who seem to think it’s fair game…
Make up your own mind after perusing your midweek Courier.
If that all seems a little bit heavy thus far, try this on for size (as it were) we have news of the mum praising the “best nurses in the world” after they saved her premature baby’s life. Hurrah. Truly heart-warming stuff.
A winning Wednesday awaits our readers. Please do be certain to pick up your copy of The Courier. If you can’t, or simply won’t, why not try our digital edition instead?