The poetic injustice of the Loch of the Lowes osprey blog kicks off today's letters column which also delves into issues around the financial crisis and the upcoming elections.
Former Brechin bad boy Christian Matlock has turned the corner and moved to America to catch criminals.
A record-breaking osprey has been described as "incredible" by experts after defying expectations and returning to Perthshire for her 21st year.
A Fife man has spoken of his joy after raising enough money to mark the grave of the train driver killed in the Tay Bridge Disaster.
Edinburgh's interim head coach Nick Scrivener has pulled out of the race to be the full-time successor to Rob Moffat, and will instead return to his native Australia at the end of the season.
Dundee's education convener has refused to rule out the possibility of closures in the wake of Monday's decision to carry out a comprehensive review of the school estate.
Dunfermline stormed to the top of the first division in remarkable style, leaving it until the third minute of stoppage time before grabbing the winner at Victoria Park.
Bosses at Vector Aerospace, one of the biggest employers in Perthshire, have failed to give assurances that jobs at the Almondbank plant are safe.
An Angus golf resort that ceased trading because of an ownership dispute will reopen its courses this weekend thanks to members.
The deadly Diamonds sucker-punched Forfar for their second win over the Loons in four days.