Up for discussion today: Jim Weir's move to Brechin City, Christianity and biomass technology.
Take warm sunshine, add Scotland's stunning west coast, sprinkle in some freshly caught seafood and hold those legendary midges and you have the recipe for the perfect weekend, finds Nora McElhone.
While driving Peugeot's new RCZ recently, I lamented that its plain-Jane interior didn't match its pretty external shape. What car does, countered a motoring press colleague. After humming and hawing, we could only come up with Jaguar's splendid but pricey XF. Both of us overlooked the Mini.
There are no plans by Perth and Kinross Council to revisit its decision to allow 4000 Orangemen to march through Perth next month.
Forfar manager Dick Campbell is to hold talks with veteran defender Andy Tod to try to convince him to carry on playing as the club prepare for life in the second division next season.
Dunfermline have appointed Austin McCann as their new club captain.
A Glenrothes businessman has taken matters into his own hands to stop a group of Irish travellers setting up home on his land.
Colin Montgomerie won't be finished with the Ryder Cup after his captaincy is completed at Celtic Manor in October he's aiming to be the first European to make the team after he has been captain at Medinah in 2012.
Former St Johnstone midfielder Paul Sheerin has been appointed player-manager of Arbroath and he says his sights are set on making a success of his first managerial appointment.
An RAF search and rescue helicopter at the centre of a Fife clifftop drama last week has returned to Lossiemouth five days late.