Scotland's papers: Death of Castro and 'deserted by unions'
The death of Fidel Castro features on several of Scotland's Sunday newspaper front pages.
Scotland on Sunday leads with the death of Cuba's "liberator, revolutionary hero and tyrant".
The Sunday Times says the passing of the 90-year-old revolutionary plunged his country into mourning and reignited global divisions over the communist ideology he espoused.
The Sunday Herald writes that Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale has been deserted by unions, with Unite's Len McCluskey leading the charge against her.
Two of the men involved in Rangers' administration are to sue police over their arrests, according to the Sunday Mail.
The Scottish Mail on Sunday says the NHS has been forced to apologise for the "potentially avoidable" deaths of five babies at one hospital.
The Scottish Sunday Express writes that Health Secretary Shona Robison was warned about the deadly failures in a Scottish maternity unit on at least 12 occasions before she finally ordered a review.
A woman turned detective to expose a carer who stole thousands from the elderly after being "repeatedly fobbed off by the police", according to the Sunday Post.
The Scottish Sun on Sunday leads on wall-crush pupil Keane Wallis-Bennett's mother, who says the birth of her son kept her strong as she fought for answers into the tragedy in Edinburgh in 2014.