Saturday's wise correspondents tackle the subjects of travellers and the law, cyclists and safety, Richard Herring's touring show, young opera talent, and the obvious question of Scottish independence.
Three sporting sisters are bound for Italy as they make the Youth Olympiad a family affair.
Dundee defender Gary Irvine has admitted that he made a wrong decision when it came to signing a new contract in the recent past, so he'll not be rushing into making his mind up on where he'll be playing his football next season.
Dundee United's David Robertson admits he has some unfinished business to attend to before he heads for the Tannadice exit.
Montrose boss Ray Farningham has set his sights firmly on the second division play-offs for next season as he aims to continue his impressive run at Links Park.
There has been little home comfort for Raith Rovers' Craig Wilson since the Kirkcaldy club missed out on promotion to arch rivals Dunfermline last weekend.
They may be preparing for blood, sweat and tears but a group of former marines welcomed a touch of glamour as TV star Lorraine Kelly launched their arduous charity challenge.
Liam Craig was the man to end St Johnstone's embarrassing goal drought and now he wants to change the name on the club's top scorer's trophy.
The skyline of the River Forth's north bank has been transformed by the hoisting of the main girder onto the top of the Goliath crane at Babcock's Rosyth dockyard.
Ten Leonardo da Vinci drawings are to go on display in Dundee in another major coup for the award-winning McManus Galleries.