Looking back at what made the news in The Sunday Post in years gone by.
Pro-IRA marching bands were heading to Scotland, The Sunday Post reported.
The Irish Republican bands were planning to march in Scotland’s capital to commemorate the death of Edinburgh-born James Connolly.
Outraged Loyalists in the capital said they would protest.
The widow of a surgeon who died from Aids was told she had a one-in-three chance of contracting the disease herself.
During the height of the Aids panic, little was known about how the disease was passed on.
The wife of Dr David Collings was told she stood a chance of having caught the disease.
Three men were killed in a horror car plunge.
The accident happened in Harthill, south of the M8 route between Glasgow and Edinburgh.
The car crashed through a wooden fence and sank into a sludge tank.
Police launched a crackdown on football hooligans ahead of an England v Scotland match.
The first international in eight years was due between the two countries and the earlier matches had been marred by violence.
Officers from British Transport Police were planning to man trains to stop rival fans clashing north and south of the border.
Rangers legend Jock Wallace was sensationally booted out of Ibrox after the Glasgow team were defeated by Hearts.
The former Gers manager was asked to leave the stadium by chairman David Holmes.
Television magician Paul Daniels married his assistant Debbie McGee.
McGee had worked with Daniels for nine years on his popular TV magic show on the BBC.
They wed in Beaconsfield in Buckinghamshire before leaving in a romantic horse-drawn carriage.
The wedding invitations billed the special day as “The Magical Wedding”.
It was feared an Aids epidemic was about to explode in Scottish prisons.
The government was unwilling to take measures to prevent the spread of the disease, however.
Drug-addicted prisoners were sharing needles, increasing the Aids risk among the convicts.
Figures showed 11 new cases of HIV in Perth Prison alone.
In New York, Aids had become the No 1 killer of prisoners, overtaking violent deaths.