Onlookers thought a middle-aged woman was going quackers when they spied her trying to feed a duck with a difference in Dundee.
Snaring of four motorists doing 90mph within half an hour has brought into sharp focus the scourge of speeding at a Fife accident hotspot.
A stark warning has been issued over the potential dangers faced by web-surfing youngsters after a shock report revealed a Tayside youngster is exposing information to 1,500 online ''friends''.
A retired Angus woman fought back tears as she told The Courier how her chihuahua was killed by a Staffordshire bull terrier.
Carl Finnigan has been formally unveiled as a Dundee player and quickly revealed he has unfinished business at the club.
Today's letters to The Courier.
As Scotland's newest city continues to grapple with the impact of the recession, a property guru will be appointed to restore its fortunes.
Council planners rubber-stamped an application for a windfarm which should have been decided on by a committee of councillors.
The ''high salary'' of the first fire chief of the new Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, who will earn more than the Prime Minister, has been condemned.
Changes to council charges for bulk uplifts could be contributing to a fly-tipping problem at Valleyfield Wood, according to a west Fife councillor.