Scotland's papers: Matheson 'a blooming disgrace' and Hunt's tax cuts

The Scottish Sun
The Times
The Scotsman
Daily Telegraph
Daily Record
Scottish Daily Mail
The Scottish Daily Mail highlights a positive development for the NHS, reporting that a "landmark" prostate cancer screening will initially see 300,000 men invited for MRI scans and other screening to detect the cancer. The paper hails the move as a "major victory" for a campaign it has been supporting.
The National
The Herald
The Press and Journal's top story is on the "unexplained" death of a mother-of-two. The woman, named locally as Kiesha Donaghy, was found in a flat in New Elgin on Thursday night, according to the paper. It says online tributes described Ms Donaghy as "a lovely girl".
The Weekend Telegraph
A picture of police guarding a small blue tent outside a Dundee home after the sudden death of a 50-year-old, features on the front page of the Weekend Telegraph. Officers say the death of the man in Charleston is being treated as unexplained, the paper reports.
The Weekend Courier
The Courier leads with a murder trial which heard a man accused of murdering his estranged wife told police he had a knife at his throat when they tried to get him to open the door at his mother's house. The paper says a jury heard that John Lizanec had a 12-hour stand-off with officers at the Balunie street property on 14 February 2021.
Edinburgh Evening News
Glasgow Times
Evening Express
The Evening Express leads with a hunt for a masked thief after a street attack. The paper says CCTV was used to look for the armed thug who left someone in hospital.