The pair were among only six paid-for weekly and Sunday titles across the United Kingdom to have their full figures published because most of the big regional publishers opt for annual figures, which were released in February.
Scotland on Sunday’s circulation now sits at 19,059, a 21.1pc decrease, while the Sunday Herald’s is at 21,613 (-25.5pc).
Of the free weeklies to have figures published today, four Bullivant Media titles in the West Midlands saw their circulations increase year-on-year.
Of those, the Stratford upon Avon Observer’s increased the most, by 16pc, to 16,142.
The full list of paid-for weeklies, in order of year-on-year percentage change, is as follows:
|Isle of Wight County Press||25,827||-5.8|
|Cumberland & Westmorland Herald||13,322||-6.9|
|Scotland on Sunday||19,059||-21.1|
The full list of free weeklies, in order of year-on-year percentage change, is as follows:
|Stratford upon Avon Observer||16,142||16|
|The London Magazine||72,698||-0.4|
|Redditch & Alcester Standard||40,701||-0.7|
|Leamington Spa Observer||20,896||-8|
|Dearne Valley Weekender||49,404||-8.4|
|KM Extra (Thanet)||40,937||N/A|
|KM Extra (Medway)||25,688||N/A|
|KM Extra (Canterbury)||21,674||N/A|
|Messenger Extra (Gravesend, Dartford and Swanley)||21,155||N/A|
|The Post (Bolton)||11,052||N/A|
|KM Extra (Maidstone)||8,388||N/A|
|KM Extra (Folkestone and Hythe)||6,777||N/A|