Friday's scribes discuss Scotland's footballing philosophy, the government's fiscal clout, John J Marshall and a Dundee MP's role in Gaza.
Heading to the Highlands will seem like a walk in the park for St Johnstone striker Marcus Haber after travelling all the way to the Ukraine for his first taste of international football.
A Carnoustie man has described the moment he thought he and his wife and 270 fellow passengers were going to "end up in the drink" during a holiday flight terror.
A star of Strictly Come Dancing has fox-trotted his way to Highland Perthshire to sample some of its wildlife spectacles.
Dundee FC have moved into administration for the second time in seven years and now face a serious fight for survival.
The critics of a controversial scheme to bribe pregnant women in Tayside to quit smoking have been slated by a Perth councillor.
Fife Council's residential care homes could close under radical new cost-cutting plans.
A senior Dundee politician has criticised Tesco and says it appears "store wars" have broken out between it and Asda over plans for a £24 million supermarket in the city.
Computer security skills like those taught at Abertay University are on the frontline of a fight against a "real and credible" threat of cyber attack, a leading intelligence figure has said.
A Dundee pub boss who sacked a barmaid by text message has been ordered to pay her more than £14,000 for unfair dismissal.