Today's letters to The Courier.
Dunfermline directors met Jim Jefferies on Monday to offer him the East End Park manager's job.
Scotland's seabeds are managed by an ''absentee landlord'' who reaps rewards without reinvesting in local communities, MPs have claimed.
Dundee's first indoor go kart centre is on track to open by the end of April, according to one of the directors driving the exciting plan.
Former Newport provost Randolph Webster has died, aged 87.
Police have launched an investigation after a 64-year-old Angus woman had to undergo surgery after being left with shattered wrists.
Plans have been drawn up to remove some of the most dangerous junctions on the A9.
A weekend craft fair in a quiet Angus village was rocked by claims of "sabotage".
Dundee United beating Rangers while playing well below their best. It's not a scenario that the Tangerines are familiar with. Nobody in the SPL is. But it's an accurate reflection of Saturday's clash between the teams at Tannadice, and perhaps a sign of the times.