A variety of stories make the front pages on Saturday, from the court case into the Shoreham airshow disaster to a schools “funding crisis”.
Chris Jordan has had to wait longer than most for his moments in the England spotlight but the paceman needed just 12 deliveries to underline his match-winning qualities in St Kitts.
Tommy Fleetwood took advantage of the par-five holes at the Arnold Palmer Invitational in spectacular fashion to move into a share of the halfway lead at Bay Hill.
The number of Scottish film companies has risen by 66% in the last decade, according to the latest figures.
Technical solutions are possible to avoid placing infrastructure on the Irish border after Brexit, a committee of MPs said.
Scottish Labour cannot rely on voters’ “disillusionment” with the SNP to return to power at Holyrood, the party’s leader will say.
Theresa May’s hopes of a Brexit breakthrough are hanging in the balance after the EU appeared to rebuff her latest appeal for help in getting her withdrawal deal through Parliament.
Faye Brookes has said that Coronation Street betrothed Kate Connor soon learns how “dangerous” her old friend Lolly can be.
Former One Direction star Liam Payne has said he was lucky to survive being robbed at knifepoint when he was 12.
Steven Gerrard has refused to concede the Scottish Premiership title to Celtic – but admitted results like his side’s Easter Road draw are why Rangers risk falling 10 points adrift of their bitter rivals.