Scotland's papers: Labour lists and Trident cyber-security
The Herald leads with claims that Catholic schools face a staffing "crisis", along with a report on the Scottish Labour Party's choices for the Holyrood election regional lists.
The Scotsman describes the lists as a "setback" for efforts to find new blood in Scottish Labour.
The scene of a terrible crash on the A96 makes the front page of the Press and Journal.
The National carries claims that the Trident nuclear missile system could be vulnerable to cyber attack.
There's a warning about the impact of cuts to tax breaks on pensioners in the Scottish Daily Mail.
And the Scottish Sun says a compensation claims firm has been calling the mobile phone of M9 crash victim Lamara Bell.