Scotland’s papers: Hunt for the bucket bomber

The terror attack on the London Tube, which left 29 people injured, features on many front pages.

Police name Burn of Boyne death man as Michael Atkinson

Michael Atkinson died after his car went into water near Portsoy in Aberdeenshire on Wednesday.

Dance company ‘overwhelmed’ by 9/11 Memorial Museum performance

The Dundee-based dance group is the first to perform at the memorial museum in New York.

Andy Murray beaten by Dominic Thiem in Barcelona Open semi-finals

World number nine Dominic Thiem beats Britain's world number one Andy Murray in three sets to reach the Barcelona Open final.

2017 British & Irish Lions: Greig Laidlaw will fight for place in starting line-up

Scotland scrum-half Greig Laidlaw is intent on making the most of his opportunity after being called into the Lions squad.

Scott Brown: Celtic captain set to play for Scotland v England in World Cup...

Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers is happy for Scott Brown to face England but has no plans to rest his captain in the coming month.

Council election results: Rubbish Party candidate elected in East Ayrshire

Sally Cogley had been campaigning to clamp-down on litter, dog fouling and fly tipping in Irvine Valley.

Balloon emergency surgery treatment gets £1.1m Aberdeen study

Initial treatment for life-threatening bleeding injuries is trialled by the University of Aberdeen.

Celtic 4-1 St Johnstone

Patrick Roberts' brace and a superb Callum McGregor solo effort help Celtic extend their unbeaten domestic record to 43 matches.

Detective drama Rebus set to return to TV screens

The deal coincides with the 30th anniversary of the publication of Ian Rankin's first Rebus novel.

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