Another Courier week ends, with letters discussing drivers' treatment of cyclists, Kirk matters, and the future of the Fife Ness Coastguard station.
To celebrate the first Scottish Beatles Weekend, the organisers are hoping to do something very special and it could be YOUR help they're looking for.
Divers at Deep Sea World in North Queensferry are appealing for a boat to sink in their giant underwater safari display.
A certain fat lady may already be warming up her vocal chords but Raith Rovers' Laurie Ellis insists the first division title race isn't over just yet.
Yesterday was all about a royal wedding, but today it could be a Dunfermline coronation.
Today will be just that little bit special for Dundee and their supporters, as the club aim to mark survival in the first division with a win over Partick Thistle in their last home game of the season.
The father of the Fife man killed in the New Zealand mine blast last November has spoken of his family's bewilderment at revelations that he and his colleagues might have survived the first explosion.
Officers in Tayside are investigating over 400 sex crimes every year but charities in the area have claimed this figure is simply "the tip of the iceberg," with hundreds more indecent offences going unreported.
Residents of a Monifieth retirement complex raised a toast to the royal couple, as well as £300 to go towards life-changing surgery for Angus twins who suffer from cerebral palsy.
St Johnstone chairman Geoff Brown has warned that the club are set to announce a dire set of financial results.