Circulation continued to fall last month for Scotland’s biggest daily and Sunday titles, with the biggest drop seen by newspaper-turned-news magazine the Sunday Herald.
According to the latest ABC figures, average weekly sales for the Newsquest-owned title fell 10.41pc year-on-year to stand at 38,116.
Compared with February’s figures, the Sunday Herald’s sales were down 5.92pc month-on-month, and down 27.7pc on January’s.
Both of the country’s two quality dailies, The Scotsman and The Herald, posted sales decreases of more than seven per cent in the 12 months up to March.
Other leading Scottish daily titles such as the Press and Journal and The Courier are measured alongside UK regional titles.
The full circulation figures, with the percentage year-on-year change in brackets, were as follows:
Daily Record 308,024 (-5.91pc)
The Herald 51,785 ( -7.55pc)
The Scotsman 42,361 (-7.64pc)
Scotland on Sunday 55,257 (-5.52pc)
Sunday Post 316,331 (-6.71pc)
Sunday Mail 367,232 (-7.81pc)
Sunday Herald 38,116 (-10.41pc)