Scotland's papers: 999 response times and $1bn theft
The Herald leads with an exclusive which claims that a Scots firm is at the centre of the world's biggest copyright investigation involving £1bn worth of illegally copied films, video games and music.
New figures suggest ambulances are taking longer to respond to patients suffering from life-threatening conditions, says the Scotsman.
The Scottish Daily Express also leads with that story saying SNP ministers have been urged to get their "heads out of the sand" over a 999 crisis amid "fresh fears for overstretched police and paramedics".
The National says people of all backgrounds and all countries have joined together to declare #WeAreScotland as part of an online campaign.
A woman who accuses footballer David Goodwillie of rape could be questioned by him in court, according to the Daily Record.
The Scottish Sun has a story about the Celtic goalkeeper Logan Bailly who the paper says is dating ex-Rangers chief Gordon Smith's daughter.
Pictures of a serious crash motorbike crash feature on the front page of the Press and Journal's north east edition.
The flash crash in the pound features on the front page of the i newspaper.
The Scottish Daily Mail says HMRC is looking at the tax payments of BBC presenters.
Footballer Wayne Rooney is facing a £3.5m charge after tax authorities challenged a suspected avoidance scheme in which he was the largest investor, says the Times.
Prison bosses are battling to halt escalating violence at HMP Perth, reports the Courier.