This morning's letters to The Courier editor discuss the election, comments on the Dundee docks plans, the case for summer football and the national anthem.
This morning's correspondence looks at Britain's debt, Dundee FC's managerial changes, proportional representation, a response to an appeal for clarity on the Dundee biomass plan and foreign aid.
The new week kicks off with a look at under-threat Edzell library, tidal power, anti-English sentiment and a plea for an informed debate on Forth Energy's plans for Dundee.
On the agenda today: the sacking of Jocky Scott, a plea for more police on the beat, aid to Malawi and more on the turbine and biomass plant plans for Dundee.
On the agenda this morning -- a plea to preserve a piece of Dundee's history, the real fight some face, bleeding calf syndrome, praise for a Scottish poem, the voting system and a possible alternative to wind turbines and biomass.
This morning's letters from Courier readers continue to discuss the Forth Energy plans for Dundee docks. Also up for debate are obesity, wildlife access and treatment for addicts.
On the agenda this morning are politicians' relationship with the public, traditional music, and more on the Dundee port proposals.
On this first day of the new month, Courier readers debate mobile breast screening, political intolerance, the biomass plant plan for Dundee, soaring housing costs and election campaign leaflets.
The subjects up for discussion today are calls for free heroin for addicts, more on Forth Energy's proposals for Dundee, mobile breast screening and Gordon Brown's position on Trident.
This morning's letters turn attention to Dundee University's conservation studio, the future of Scottish football, rail concessions and tidal power.