What the Scottish papers say

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Scotland's fire service will have to consider frontline cuts as it seeks to address a £50m funding gap, according to the Scotsman.

The Herald leads with the latest opinion polls, which suggest Labour could face a "wipeout" in Scotland.

The Scottish Sun has the story of a Scottish couple who survived the Nepal earthquake.

The Daily Record features an image of Nicola Sturgeon and claims more than half of Scots plan to vote SNP.

The Scottish Daily Mail covers the story of a young woman who contacted police after being subjected to wolf whistling from a group of builders.

The National features the picture of a Labour candidate and says he could be "waving goodbye to all of his Scottish Labour colleagues", after a new poll put SNP support at 54%.

The Courier features a story of survival from the Nepal earthquake and says a local Dundee woman is "safe and well".

The Scottish Daily Express says the death toll in the Nepal quake could rise to 15,000.

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