The granting of full university status for Perth College UHI has been welcomed as a "momentous achievement."
Long-standing calls to cap the number of taxis in Dundee have been cautiously backed by two members of the city's licensing board.
Brechin City assistant manager Kevin McGowne has revealed he had to dig into his bin to ensure the Glebe Park club are fully prepared for the forthcoming Scottish Cup fifth round clash with Buckie Thistle.
Staff working in Fife Council-run care homes are said to be in despair at the decision to close them.
The Scottish Government's plans to integrate health and social care services have been described as "incompetent."
Alternatives to controversial cuts planned for Dundee's education budget are to debated at a special meeting in the City Chambers.
Staff at Dundee's crisis-hit Abertay University say, following the first address from their new management, that they are none-the-wiser about why their principal was suspended.
First Minister Alex Salmond joined political leaders in Northern Ireland and Wales to demand an end to rocketing petrol prices.
Nick Scrivener has the chance to complete his first season as Scotland A coach with a 100% record if the second string can defeat Italy A at Netherdale on Friday night.
This morning's letters to The Courier discuss ecological balance, the situation in Egypt, the effort to secure the future of RAF Leuchars, praise for the heath service, a threatened Perth fishery, and a cycling conundrum.