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Articles from The Plymouth Herald (Plymouth, England) (June 17, 2020)

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Administration leads to restaurant closure; the dingles eatery has been stripped of equipment. WILLIAM TELFORD william.telford@reachplc.com @wtelfordherald 311
ARGYLE ARE ON THE UP! hallett is happy with the way club are progressing. chris errington chris.errington@reachplc.com 574
ASK THE EXPERT. 334
BEST OF THE REST. 348
BIRTHDAYS. 204
Business is brisk for estate agents; Bradleys JOINS #IAMOPEN campaign. GUY HENDERSON Guy.Henderson@reachplc.com 571
CHILDREN'S book of the week. 166
Cineworld to show top films upon reopening; THE CHAIN PLANS TO OPEN DOORS ON JULY 10. WILLIAM TELFORD william.telford@reachplc.com @wtelfordherald 301
City influencer lands her own clothing range; jess hunt says it's a dream come true. KATIE TIMMS katie.timms@reachplc.com @katietimms94 464
Comedian Jason's perfect delivery. 214
Daytime drivers are not the problem on the Hoe; LETTER S Get in touch - tell us what you think Email: yoursay@plymouthherald.co.uk Post: Unfortunately our office is shut so we are unable to accept posted letters. Letter to the editor 847
Draught beer begins to brew again; IN BRIEF. 355
Fight breaks out at edge of the city centre. 160
George and the dragon house; PICK OF THE DAY george clarke's amazing spaces Channel 4, 9pm. today's tv With Sara Wallis 278
get kids into the kitchen and you can all enjoy a pizza the action. Recipe 263
Government should invest PS15bn in firms - report. 318
Hanging deaths of two black men in US to be investigated. 165
Law firm hoping for bounce as offices open; STAFF SLOWLY RETURNING FROM FURLOUGH. WILLIAM TELFORD william.telford@reachplc.com @wtelfordherald 545
Law will get his chance. CHRIS ERRINGTON chris.errington@reachplc.com @chriserrington1 313
Lives in lockdown. FAMILY TIME With Janet Tansley 294
Lowest number of deaths since March; 5 MINUTE BRIEFING. 219
North Korea action increases tensions. 439
Premier League back after three-month wait. 242
Queueing shoppers 'urinated in doorways'. 211
Sawyer's worth gets noted by Argyle fans; captain's decision to stay met with delight. CHRIS ERRINGTON chris.errington@reachplc.com @chriserrington1 253
School creates 'live' remote lessons. 312
School voucher win for Rashford. 452
Slaves to our prejudices. KEITH ROSSITER 640
SMEs urged to apply for new grant scheme soon. WILLIAM TELFORD william.telford@reachplc.com @wtelfordherald 944
SOAP WATCH; YOUR GUIDE TO ALL THE DRAMA IN THE Square, on the cobbles and in the Dales. 196
Step up for stepdads on Father's Day; As we celebrate dads on June 21, bestselling author CATHERINE ISAAC, says don't forget the important role step-parents play. CATHERINE ISAAC 836
Takeaway app gives something back; THOUGHTof the day. Daisy Vickers 517
Taking stock; NON-ESSENTIAL SHOPS are OPEN AGAIN THIS week, WITH tHe HEALTH of Staff aNd CUSTOMERS a top priority. 623
Thug jailed for threat to kill mother-of-two. STUART ABEL stuart.abel@reachplc.com @plymouth_live 481
Tips on how to deal with some of the trickiest moments you might face as a new father. 521
Travellers pitch up at several sites across city; residents are angry at behaviour of new arrivals. CARL EVE & COLEEN SMITH 454
Travellers' movements cannot just carry on; OPINION. 330
Universal Credit claims up 9,000 since lockdown; 414,605 TOTAL IN DEVON AND CORNWALL. WILLIAM TELFORD william.telford@reachplc.com @wtelfordherald 636
Warning signs of lockdown depression in children; Children's charity YoungMinds tells LISA SALMON that some young people might experience serious side effects as a result of coronavirus isolation. 736

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