Campaign pledges and Lily Allen's Scottish stalker
With just two full weeks of campaigning left before voters go to the polls in the Scottish Parliament election, the Scotsman says Labour will unveil plans for radical trade union laws that would spell the end of economic development agency Scottish Enterprise.
The Herald, however, reports the findings of a survey suggesting that Labour is seen as politically "toxic" by many voters, even if they are sympathetic to the party's policies.
Still on the election theme, The National warns of the impact of benefit changes on abuse victims, and reports that the SNP manifesto launch this week will feature a "raft of new policies".
George Osborne's warning that a Brexit would cost every UK household £4,300 is the lead for the Times.
The Scottish Daily Mail reports how an airliner carrying 132 passengers hit a drone as it came in to land at Heathrow Airport.
The case of a Perth man who waged a seven-year "stalking" campaign against singer Lily Allen is the main story for the Courier.
The Daily Record identifies two sisters who it says have become "poster girls for the neo-Nazi movement in Scotland".
Many papers feature pictures of jubilant Rangers players after their penalties victory over Celtic in the Scottish Cup semi-final. The Scottish Sun says Gers fans painted the pavement red, white and blue outside Celtic pubs ahead of the Old Firm clash.
The Aberdeen edition of the Press and Journal says a masterplan to breath new life into Aberdeen could generate £4bn of investment.