Good morning – here are the top 10 news stories in Scotland this morning:
New generation of Scots first-time buyers aged 40 (The Scotsman)
A global tennis star, but still Dunblane’s hero (The Herald)
AECC aims to lure big stars with £20m arena (Press & Journal)
Law chief orders second probe into stabbing death (Daily Express)
Today’s Scottish Parliament highlights:
9.30: Colin Thomson, Director of Rugby Operations for Scottish Rugby, and Stuart Smith, Chief Executive of the Scottish Canoe Association, are among a host of witnesses scheduled to give evidence to Holyrood’s Health and Sport Committee on support for community sport.
10.00: The Education and Culture Committee will consider participation in music among children and young people amid claims by teaching union EIS councils across Scotland are making profits of almost £3m from fees charged to school pupils for instrumental music tuition
10.00: The Scottish Civil Justice Council and Criminal Legal Assistance Bill will come under scrutiny by members of the Justice Committee as evidence is taken on the Bill at Stage 1.
For full details of all current and upcoming Scottish Parliamentary business, check out the official Business Bulletin.