Good morning from Press Association Scotland. Here is the main schedule for Sunday April 20.
SCOTLAND Pensions: Former prime minister Gordon Brown will focus on the security of people's pensions in an attempt to put forward the case for Scotland remaining in the UK.
SCOTLAND Flat: A 40-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the death of a woman following a disturbance in a flat.
SHOWBIZ BigWeekend: Another live music event is to take place in Scotland, adding to BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend.
SCOTLAND Women: A women-only Scottish Cabinet event will be held to debate issues related to the independence referendum.
MONEY Move: Surging stamp duty costs have helped to push the average expense of moving home to £8,248, a report has found. (Embargoed to Monday 0001)
Press Association Scotland provisional news diary for Sunday April 20:
GLASGOW: National Science Fiction Convention. More than 850 delegates from the UK, Europe and the US will attend. Guests of honour include authors Juliet E McKenna and John Meaney, artist Jim Burns and scientist Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell. Crowne Plaza Hotel, Congress Road, G3 8QT. Claire Evans 07703 731 873.
Early reporter: Andy Philip 07971 611314
Late reporter: Paul Ward 07870 247860