Saturday's front pages: Cameron speech and Bailey stabbing
The latest evidence in the Bailey Gwynne murder trial about the stab wound that killed the schoolboy is the lead for the Daily Record.
The Aberdeenshire edition of the Press and Journal focuses on evidence from a pathologist that the injury was so severe it was not survivable without surgery within minutes of it being inflicted.
David Cameron's speech to the Scottish Conservative conference attracts plenty of coverage with the Scotsman leading with his warning that a Brexit would seriously harm Scotland's economy.
The National pokes fun at the prime minister's attempt at a Scottish accent and says Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson has performed a U-turn on the issue of tax cuts.
The Scottish edition of the Daily Mail says several SNP MPs have been forced to hand back wrongly claimed expenses and others have had their parliamentary credit cards blocked.
Doctors are seeing a rise in back ailments among children who spend too long hunched over their mobile devices, according to the Herald.
The Angus edition of the Courier leads with the death of Kimberley Mackenzie - the woman whose dismembered body was found in Montrose - after a man and a woman were ordered to stand trial, accused of the killing.