Scotland's papers: Labour leadership and bin revolt
The Scotsman reports on a "new twist" in the Labour leadership race, with challenger Owen Smith being branded the "disunity candidate" and Jeremy Corbyn accused of ducking out of debates.
The Herald says former prime minister David Cameron has been accused of bringing the honours system into disrepute.
The Times Scotland edition has a story about Prime Minister Theresa May's top aide Fiona Hill, saying she broke government rules by failing to declare her work for a lobbying agency.
The Scottish Daily Mail reports on the "The Great Scottish Bin Revolt", with the story that families in Falkirk are protesting at proposed monthly bin collections.
The Daily Record leads with a story about Scottish film-maker Stanley Mazurn and his split from Astrid van Harn.
The National reports the comments of MSP Gillian Martin, who has demanded an end to the stigma surrounding breastfeeding in public.
The Scottish Sun has a story about MP Simon Danczuk and an alleged affair with a 22-year-old woman.
"Police alert after serious sex attack" is the headline on the front page of the Press and Journal's Aberdeen edition.
And the Courier's Dundee edition reports on the caravan blaze that killed a worker at a fruit farm.