The Government’s social housing “new deal” fails to commit a “single extra penny” toward constructing new homes needed by more than a million people, leading campaigners have warned.
What the papers say Delays in Christian Eriksen signing a new contract at Tottenham have put Paris St Germain on high alert, according to the Express. While Spurs want to keep their star player, PSG have long held an interest in the 26-year-old Denmark midfielder and are said to be considering a £100million move.
The communications regulator has fined Royal Mail £50 million for a “serious breach” of competition law.
The most senior Roman Catholic cleric convicted of covering up child sex abuse has been ordered by an Australian court to serve his one-year sentence in home detention rather than jail.
Two west Fife villagers are paying tribute to those who fell in the First World War.
A cul-de-sac in Monifieth that has been repeatedly forgotten by local authorities over the past 40 years will be officially adopted by Angus Council on Tuesday.
More suspected criminals will have their fingerprints taken on the street in under a minute after Britain’s biggest police force developed its own scanning software.
Residents of a Dundee high-rise clad with material linked to a deadly London tower block fire nine years ago say they have been told a "pack of lies" by officials.
Grouse shooting kicked off with typical Scottish rain yesterday, in stark contrast to the recent hot weather it was feared would delay the start of the season.
A tour aimed at sealing Montrose's status as "the sculpture capital of Angus" has taken place as a studio showcasing famed artist William Lamb is shut because of a funding shortfall.