Scotland's papers: Fracking payouts and birthday stabbing
The Scotsman reports that households will be given payments of up to £20,000 in compensation for fracking under new plans unveiled by the prime minister.
The Herald says Scotland is missing out on a £40bn North Sea lifeline.
Scottish Liberal Democrats are no longer supporting the Named Person plans, according to the Scotland edition of The Times.
The Scottish Daily Mail claims an "army of feral children" is committing one crime an hour in Scotland.
"EU exit talks begin at last" is the headline in the Scottish Daily Express.
The National says Scotland's only Tory MP is being "blasted" over his role in the Brexit talks.
The Scottish Sun reports on a 21st birthday party that ended in a "bloodbath" with one man stabbed to death.
The Daily Record also has a story about the party death, saying the victim was killed in mass brawl.
The Daily Star says Christopher Biggins is to visit Auschwitz after making a joke about concentration camps during Celebrity Big Brother.
Montrose welcomes Canadian rock legend Bryan Adams at a gig in the town on Sunday, reports the Courier.
And the Press and Journal says "struggling" hotels in Aberdeen are facing a tourism tax.