To mark the start of the countdown to Glasgow 2014, we've launched our new Commonwealth Games microsite, which will keep you up to date with all of the latest developments in the run-up to Games.
Elsewhere in sport, our new analysis pieces have provided an insight into recent developments at Rangers, while Graham Spiers has given his usual forthright view on Charles Green's latest departure from Ibrox.
We've also launched The Weekend in Numbers, which takes a statistical look at the weekend's sport.
In comment, Anne Johnstone gave a powerful insight into her personal battle to introduce fresh food for cancer patients in hospital, provoking a chorus of agreement from readers.
Our rundown of the 50 Greatest Graphic Novels of all Time has provoked a debate among readers and is currently one of the most popular articles on the site.
In fashion, we've added a new blogger, professional make-up artist Susan Lucas, who'll be giving advice on the latest offerings in Beauty Counsel.
Or, if baking is more your cup of tea, then why not find out how to make Scotland's poshest trifle in Paul Kitching's latest In Season blog.
Finally, as you may have noticed, we've tweaked our subscriptions policy slightly to encourage more readers to support the sort of quality Scottish journalism I've highlighted above. There's no price rise, but extra income from more subscribers will also help us invest in improving even further the new-look HeraldScotland app we launched recently.
We think it's fair, especially as more and more publishers start to charge for online content. If you've got a view, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
And in the meantime, thanks for reading.