Scotland's papers: 'Golden Kiss' and unsolved murder

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Images from Rio once again dominate the front pages of Scotland's newspapers after British cycling's "golden couple" Laura Trott and Jason Kenny celebrated scooping a total of 10 gold medals between them.

The second edition of the Scottish Daily Mail features a prominent photograph of the couple sharing a "golden kiss". It said that if the couple were a country, they would be 13th in the medal table, ahead of Brazil, Spain and New Zealand.

A nursery worker who was found guilty of assaulting three children in her care appears on the front page of the Daily Record. The paper reports that Laura Houston's offences included drawing a moustache on a sleeping toddler's face.

The Scottish Sun says that the Crown Office has failed to link World's End murderer Angus Sinclair to the unsolved murder of 20-year-old Anna Kenny in Glasgow in 1977.

Meanwhile a taxi driver who was attacked by two dogs features in the Aberdeen edition of the Press and Journal and The Courier runs with a controversial decision to block a new retail development in Dundee.

The Scottish edition of The Times leads with a story about "Europe's most prolific hate preacher" Anjem Choudary, who was found guilty of terrorism offences. The paper reports that he faces up to 10 years in prison.

The National reports that Japan has honoured its industrial links with Scotland with a set of stamps and coins.

Three teachers have launched a "landmark legal case" to block their forced transfer to other schools, according to the lead story in The Herald. The paper reports that the case could make it harder for councils to move underperforming teachers to other schools in the future.

And The Scotsman reports that humanist weddings reached record levels in Scotland last year. Humanists conducted 4,290 weddings in 2015 - more than any single religious domination for the first time ever.

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