This morning's letters focus on 'rip-off' fuel prices, biomass technology, the treatment of cyclists, and the future of retail.
Draw and late goal specialists Dundee United continued both habits against St Mirren by salvaging a point in Paisley in the 88th minute.
Tayside Police are to make savings of £1.2 million in salaries through a voluntary redundancy and early retirement scheme as part of the force's plans to save £4.3 million next year.
St Johnstone extended their unbeaten run to five games with a narrow, if well-deserved, victory over Motherwell at McDiarmid Park.
Doctors across Tayside can now download an application to their mobile phone that helps them prescribe appropriate drugs.
Government plans to scrap a £7 million scheme to shift freight from road to rail will make the A9 even more deadly, a local MP has warned.
Just under 70 jobs could be culled after bosses at a well-known Fife dairy depot announced details of a "30-day consultation" with staff.
It may be one of the coldest winters most of us can remember, but there will soon be a warming treat in store for anyone who likes nothing more than to curl up by the fireside with a good book.
While some people in Tayside have waited weeks for their mail, one person has had to wait more than half a century.
A Stagecoach manager said be believed a much-missed Dunfermline town centre bus service would not go back to its old route, despite widespread condemnation of the changes.