The Sunday Post is nothing short of an institution. Scotland’s favourite family newspaper, for 100 years we have reflected our brand values of fairness and decency. The paper is loved by our loyal army of readers, with over 134,000 copies sold every Sunday across the circulation area of Scotland and the north of England.
Over the last three years, the paper has undergone a radical change, with greatly improved layout and better coverage of news and sport. Our team of news reporters has received recognition at UK level for their investigative journalism, and every week they are working hard to produce the biggest and best exclusive stories and interviews.
The Raw Deal team continue to take on our readers’ complaints and fight on their behalf against unscrupulous traders and dodgy businesses. Our Entertainment pull-out section offers the best in celebrity interviews and the very latest from the worlds of TV, music, film and theatre, while our Travel section offers readers great ideas for holidays at home and abroad.
We have the best team of columnists in the business, and household names like Lorraine Kelly, Ross King, Gordon Smith, Alan Brazil and Bernard Gallacher, give us an unrivalled breadth of coverage and comment. We always try to campaign for causes close to our readers’ hearts, and our current partnership with Kiltwalk has seen many thousands walking to raise money for Scotland’s sick and needy kids.
Of course, the Sunday Post is synonymous with Oor Wullie and The Broons, and the antics of these legendary comic characters still give pleasure to many thousands of young and old readers every Sunday. Other old favourites like the Honest Truth, the Doc Replies and Francis Gay are also still going strong. All in all, the Sunday Post offers a unique mix, and it is little wonder we were crowned Scotland’s Newspaper of the Year 2013.