Pictures of the wedding of the Duchess of Cambridge’s sister Pippa Middleton feature on the front pages of many of Scotland’s Sunday papers.
Plus, the Mail on Sunday says Scotland’s drivers have been hit with a record number of parking fines – 1,200 tickets every day – “raking in a staggering £14m last year for councils”.
A network of “spy cameras” is to target drivers of the most polluting cars in Scotland’s four biggest cities, according to htheSunday Post.
The Sunday Herald features what is says are previously unseen photographs of Glasgow-born serial killer Ian Brady and accomplice Myra Hindley on holiday in Scotland which “could be grave markers”.
Feuding members of a tycoon’s family “are locked in a bitter fight over his multi-million-pound estate”, says The Sunday Mail.
The Scottish Sun on Sunday leads with “sick thugs” who the paper says slaughtered a family’s pet geckos by throwing the tiny reptiles into a blender.
The Sunday Times says Labour has closed within nine points of the Conservatives in a new poll “that will set nerves jangling in Tory high command”.
Prime Minister Theresa May plans to strip people of their knighthoods if they fall below the “standards of integrity” expected by the public, according to The Sunday Telegraph.
Scotland on Sunday asks where will the NHS find the doctors to fix its “staffing crisis”.