A tax for online retailers, the Boris Johnson burka row and Turkey’s plunging lira make for headlines on Saturday.
An Angus councillor has unearthed a fascinating insight into men’s views on the suffragists as the nation commemorated the centenary of some women winning the right to vote.
Sean Murdoch is aiming to help the footballing dreams of aspiring African goalkeeper Horlah Sarpeh come true after revealing he is shipping gloves and kit to Nigeria ahead of the youngster’s make-or-break trial.
Controversial campaigner Gina Miller is set to take centre stage at the Liberal Democrat conference as speculation continues to swirl over whether she could be a future leader of the party.
A Dundee man was sacked while on sick leave following the murder of one of his friends and the disappearance of a close friend's son when his bosses found out he had gone to a gin festival.
In search of new beginnings: 135th anniversary of last emigrant ship to sail from Dundee to Australia
It's the 135th anniversary of the ‘Duntrune’ - the last emigrant ship to leave Dundee bound for Australia. Michael Alexander reports.
A mixed bag of news makes the front pages on Tuesday – including the latest on the woman who survived falling from a cruise liner in the Adriatic Sea.
A woman has died after the caravan she was in was blown off a cliff in Storm Ali, which has brought gusts of more than 90mph.
The Duke of Sussex make a dramatic helicopter entrance when he met Royal Marines recruits for the first time as their Captain General. Harry, who took over the prestigious role from the Duke of Edinburgh, was flown to the Royal Marines’ Commando Training Centre in Devon to learn how young men become marines.
Saturday’s papers present a mixed bag, with Brexit making the front pages alongside advice on the use of technology, a Church-led rescue effort for Wonga and a lottery win.