Scotland's papers: Melissa Reid returns and Royal Highland Show
As voters go to the polls in the EU referendum, the papers take the opportunity to give their opinions on the front pages.
However, the BBC - like other broadcasters - is restricted to reporting only factual accounts of the vote in line with polling day rules.
With the referendum understandably hogging the headlines, it leaves a mix of other stories in the papers.
The Daily Record reports on the arrival of drugs mule Melissa Reid back in Scotland after being released early from prison in Peru.
It's a story that the Scottish Sun also features, reporting that the 22-year-old was "rushed through the airport" by security to avoid waiting journalists.
The Scotsman has a story about "disgruntled" guests at Donald Trump's Turnberry golf resort who are rating the hotel as "poor or terrible" after staying there.
The Times says Heathrow Airport has been accused of a third runway "rip-off". The newspaper also features a picture from the Royal Highland Show which begins on Thursday.
The Herald uses the same picture of Laura Hunter combing Highland cow Molly, reporting that the show is ready to welcome tens of thousands of people.
And the Scottish Daily Mail says that holiday Scots are facing "airport strike misery".