Scottish papers: Ebola nurse and bank raid

Nurse Pauline Cafferkey, who contracted Ebola while working in Sierra Leone, has been released from isolation after being treated for meningitis caused by the deadly virus, reports The Herald.

The Scotsman says the 39-year-old from Cambuslang has been discharged from the Royal Free Hospital in London and transferred to Glasgow's Queen Elizabeth University Hospital to continue her recovery.

The National continues its coverage of the Alistair Carmichael hearing, saying the Liberal Democrat's fate lies in the hands of two senior judges who will decide whether or not he will keep his Orkney and Shetland seat.

Scotland's largest energy company has almost tripled its profits to more than £100m as many of its customers worry about keeping warm this winter, reports the Scottish Daily Mail.

The Daily Record reports how police launched a manhunt after man raided a bank. saying he had a bomb strapped to his chest in Kirkcaldy.

The Scottish Sun carries the same story on its front page but says a cabbie was used as a human bomb after being held hostage then forced into the Bank of Scotland branch with a device strapped to him.

Plans to transform a derelict factory in Aberdeen into an "urban village" with flats, bars and cafes is the lead for the Aberdeenshire edition of the Press and Journal.

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