Today's letter writers debate Scottish football, climate change, Jesus, the state of Britain, self-reliance, and the House of Lords.
We wrap up The Courier week with letters examining third world aid, accommodation in St Andrews, Brian Souter's knighthood, and phonecall suspicion.
Today's letters to The Courier.
The new week starts off with discussion on the future of the frigate Unicorn, pensions, the Orange march in Perth, and the Gaza conflict.
Today's correspondents discuss aircraft carriers on the slide, Edinburgh's trams, children's football at Seaton Park in Arbroath, and the government's treatment of our armed forces.
On the agenda today: the costs of public sector pensions, the Orange march in Perth, sport and national identity, and the Gaza flotilla.
Today our correspondents discuss a council's unwillingness to help an elderly lady with her bin, condemn the violence in Northern Ireland and question the value of our laws when they can apparently be over-ruled by Brussels. One writer proclaims her support for Gordon Banks' bowel screening campaign, while another tells us of his pleasure at the thought of a daughter receiving a long-lost letter from her father.
Up for discussion today: the state of the labour market, alcohol pricing, and protecting our built heritage.
The Courier letters week ends with discussion of a Perthshire court case, population controls, minimum alcohol pricing, and threats of an away games boycott by Dundee FC fans.
This morning our correspondents discuss St Andrews University's plan to refurbish the student union and the controversy ove the money it received from Syria, the probable repercussions of Bin Laden's death, the need for a proper opera theatre in Dundee and overtaking cyclists.