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The Scottish Sun has the headline: "For Fog's Sake" over the story saying that three million travellers faced Christmas misery as fog caused chaos at airports and on the roads.

All the other Scottish titles have their own takes on the same story.

"Fogbound" declares The Scotsman, which highlights five travellers' tales of woe across its front page and pages two and three. A comment piece is thrown in for good measure further into the paper.

The Press & Journal goes with the headline: "Scots vent anger at BA over flights freeze-out".

The Herald gives less prominence to the travel chaos story on its front page, choosing instead to lead with the story about a man being charged with murdering five prostitutes in Ipswich.

Further down the front page, the paper reports on the departure from the Scottish Executive of Communities Minister Malcolm Chisholm after he voted with the SNP in a debate on the Trident missile system.

Inside, The Herald carries the story that JK Rowling has revealed the title of her final Harry Potter novel.

The Scottish Daily Express has a picture of the cast in the BBC's Still Game Hogmanay special wearing garish 1970s garb.

But for one actress, the script contained a scene too far. Jane McCarry, who plays Isa, was required to go topless as she performed a drunken striptease.

The paper says a body double had to be hired because the mother-of-two wasn't happy about removing her clothes.

"It was just too embarrassing," she said. "I'd never have lived it down."


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Inside, The Herald carries the story that JKane  has revealed the title of her final Harry Potter novel.

 

 

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Any chance o a tap JK??? ,xxxma



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...NAE BOTHER



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By the by if your one o them rock chicks in the pic...on the left? u look kinda like her too....and....wanti throw half o one o them bazookas my way while yer at it!!!!!! ,xxxma



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HMMMM couldnae breathe aw night.....new look...basque XXX

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Dozens of ungrateful children put their Nintendo Wiis up for sale - only hours after getting them for Christmas, reports the Daily Record .

The Herald tells how British troops ended a rogue Iraqi police unit's two year reign of terror in Basra in a pre-dawn raid involving tanks, helicopters and more than 1,000 soldiers.

The Scotsman also reports on events in Iraq, under the headline "Troops take out torture squad".

The Courier says it was one of the British troops' biggest operations since the 2003 invasion.

The Scottish Sun tells how music fans were mourning the loss of "Godfather of Soul" James Brown, who died of pneumonia aged 73.

Families could go on holiday for free next summer after a massive price war broke out between operators, according to the Scottish Daily Express.

The Scottish Daily Mail says Boxing Day will move even closer to becoming a normal shopping day as a record number of stores throw open their doors.


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Saddam Hussein's execution, which took place at 0300 GMT, dominates the papers.

Coalition army chiefs in Iraq were bracing themselves for a violent backlash as Saddam faced his execution, says the Herald.

The Press and Journal and the Courier say members of the Iraqi parliament and families of Saddam Hussein's victims were to witness the former leader's execution.

"They think it's all ogre" is the Scottish Sun's headline.

The Scotsman and the Scottish Daily Express also both lead with reports on the execution.

In other news, the Daily Record carries the story of Rangers chairman David Murray's knighthood.

BBC Scotland weather girl Heather Reid picked up a surprise gong in the New Year's Honours, writes the Scottish Daily Express.

The Scottish Daily Mail describes how hundreds of thousands of Scots may face cancelling Hogmanay plans as hurricanes and heavy rain threaten to wreck the celebrations.


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The Daily Record, the Scottish Sun and the Scottish Daily Express all report on the death of a soldier who was stabbed to death while on leave.

Calls made to the Samaritans helpline over the festive period rose by more than a quarter this year, according to The Press and Journal.

The Herald says ministers have overturned a local authority decision and given the go-ahead for a controversial 700-cell prison in a Scottish town.

The Scotsman claims that recorded cases of a deadly superbug are rising in Scottish hospitals.

Police officers crawled along the length of the Tay rail bridge in high winds on Hogmanay looking for a member of the public who had earlier threatened suicide, reports The Courier.

Tax inspectors are being offered bonuses of up to £2,000 to squeeze more money out of workers, according to the Scottish Daily Mail

The Scottish Daily Mirror says the owner of a pit bull dog which killed Ellie Lawrenson is a convicted drug dealer.


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The Daily Record and The Herald report on the sacking of three firefighters after they left hundreds of students waiting in freezing conditions for hours during a false alarm call.

The Press and Journal says the driver of the National Express bus which crashed leaving two people dead is "devastated" and "shattered" by the accident.

The Scottish Sun claims that Rangers star Barry Ferguson has been in touch with a top clinic to cope with the stress of the last week at the club.

A consortium of environmental organisations has warned that Scotland's marine life could be almost wiped out within 50 years unless tough action is taken, according to The Scotsman.

The Scottish Daily Mail says experts predict a major property boom in 2007 in Scotland.

The Courier reports on an Angus community nurse who had a "miracle escape" when a huge tree smashed into her car.

The three biggest supermarkets have launched a new fuel price war, claims the Scottish Daily Express.


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The Daily Record, the Scottish Sun and the Scottish Daily Mirror carry the story of former Mastermind host Magnus Magnusson, who has died aged 77 after losing his battle with cancer.

Gordon Brown has moved to announce himself as the pre-eminent figure in British politics, forcing Tony Blair to break his silence on the execution of Saddam Hussein, according to The Scotsman.

The Herald reports on British troops in Afghanistan, claiming they have wiped out a vital Taliban training camp, killing dozens of fighters and an important leader.

The Courier carries a family's tribute to a Dundee woman who died in the coach crash on the outskirts of London last week.

Millions of Scottish Gas customers will be hit with a £5 fine if they fail to pay their bills on time, writes the Scottish Daily Mail.

"Diana death: time to end the cover-up" is the headline in the Scottish Daily Express.


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The Herald and The Scottish Sun report that the McCrone deal, which gave Scottish teachers an unprecedented pay rise and ushered in a restructuring of the profession, has had no effect in the classroom, according to the HM Inspectorate of Education.

The Afghanistan-based 45 Commando from Arbroath, talk frankly to The Scotsman about the reality of confronting the Taliban in their own backyard.

The Scottish Mirror carries a story about departed Rangers boss Paul Le Guen, who it says caused a split in the dressing room by refusing to let his footballers eat Monster Munch crisps.

Fife Council has come under fire after paper, cardboard and food containers, carefully separated by householders for recycling, was dumped as landfill, according to The Courier

The B>Scottish Daily Mail leads on Cabinet minister Ruth Kelly's decision to send her son to a £17,000-a-year private school, which had led to accusations of double standards.

The Scottish Daily Express leads with a story about the row over the Princess Diana inquest, claiming the Queen has told the royal coroner: "Let the people decide."


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The Scotsman reports on a harbour porpoise found dead on an Aberdeen beach after starving to death, which scientists fear is due to climate change.

A three party coalition will be needed to form a governing partnership in May according to the first option poll in the election year, writes The Herald

The Daily Record leads with the news that nearly 300 policemen are being taken out of Scots communities every week to deal with protests at the Faslane nuclear submarine base.

The murder of a Scots woman at her Florida home is the top story in the Scottish Sun.

Clone farming has arrived according to the Scottish Daily Mail, which has a picture on its front page of a black and white calf that it claims has been cloned.

The Courier reports on the traffic chaos caused when high winds and two broken lampposts forced the Tay Road Bridge to close for more than six hours.

New cheap blood tests, according to the Scottish Daily Express, could prevent tens of thousands of deaths from heart attacks and strokes.

The Scottish Mirror runs with a story about X Factor winner Leona Lewis, who it claims is haunted by a family tragedy.


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