This morning's letters discuss Dundee FC, energy, Britain, climate warnings and ferry links.
A Montrose mechanic who killed a biker on the day the tragic father-of-two celebrated his birthday has been spared a jail term.
Max Whitlock has vowed to repel the exuberant rise of 18-year-old Northern Irishman Rhys McClenaghan as he leaves the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games with renewed desire to confirm his status as one of the greatest gymnasts of his era.
A highly controversial budget plan has been voted through by councillors, despite outcry from communities across Perth and Kinross.
A Scottish Power ad for a remote control heating system has been banned for claiming it could save customers up to 20% off their gas bills.
David Warner insists he and Steve Smith remain firm friends despite the ball-tampering controversy that saw both men handed 12-month bans by Cricket Australia.
Designed by: Matt Low and Lorraine Kelly Bought by: Stephen Thompson Sold for: £16,000 Click here to follow the Oor Wullie Bucket Trail and see what each statue sold for
Almost 20,000 people in Dundee qualify for a reduction in their council tax, government figures have revealed.
Blanket 20mph zones could be rolled out across Perth and Kinross as part of a radical road safety shake-up.
Many of us want the feeling of seclusion without the difficulties that come with true remoteness.