Scotland's papers: Holyrood's historic deal and Ebola nurse's relapse
- 24 February 2016
- From the section Scotland
The Scotsman pictures South Lanarkshire nurse Pauline Cafferkey, who has been transferred to the Royal Free Hospital in London for a third time after contracting Ebola.
The Scottish Daily Mail features an image of actress Kirstin Scott Thomas - who moved to France when she was 19 - and who has launched a "withering attack" on UK women's lack of style.
Holyrood is set to become one of the most powerful devolved parliaments in the world after a deal on Scotland's future finances was finally agreed, writes The Herald.
The National calls the deal a win for Team Scotland and says the country's financial future was finally secured yesterday after John Swinney fought off a £7bn "cash grab" by the Treasury.
On the same story, the Daily Record writes "vow you're talking" and says Nicola Sturgeon hailed the historic financial deal for Scotland as the "last gasp" funding agreement was confirmed.
The Scottish Sun claims that former Rangers star Arnold Peralta had a secret lover who was shot dead the same day he was executed.
The Times says the campaigns for Britain to leave or remain part of the European Union are neck and neck, according to the latest opinion poll.
Rocketing speeding detection rates in a controversial new 40mph section of the Kingsway have sparked allegations of profiteering, reports The Courier.
A former police officer has been banned from the road after running a red light while on duty and smashing into two cars, says The Press and Journal.