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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (April 30, 2019)

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'Big investment' needed to revive cattle numbers; Meat: SAMW chief makes appeal to government. 301
'Save collapsing crossing' Campaign: At-risk bridge used 26,000 times this month, study claims. 316
125 ton-up drivers caught on camera in speeding blitz; 'Selfish motorists' putting lives at risk across north and north-east. 215
A bright idea. 367
Accident victim lifelong volunteer for Guiding; CAR CRASH. 247
Adams departs Pilgrims after four seasons; EXIT DOOR. 231
Airdrie on trail of Caley Thistle striker Austin; TRANSFERS. 280
Airport can be top dogs in helping nervous flyers; AIR TRAVEL ? Four-legged volunteers to provide passenger therapy in UK first. 342
Anger at school's plan to kill pigs; EDUCATION. 170
Anything but a perfect storm; Letters to the editor Write to: Letters to the editor, The Press and Journal, 1 Marischal Square, Broad Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1BL. email: pj.letters@ajl.co.uk All letters are subject to editing and must include your full address and daytime telephone number for verification. Thank you. Letter to the editor 120
Auction of silver medal marking the Dons' glory days; MEMORABILIA. 267
Bid to promote pork success; CAMPAIGN. 184
Blue Toon keep up suspense. 242
Brown rallies Blue Toon for final-day date with destiny; SCOTTISH LEAGUE 2 LATEST ? Stirling draw means title race goes to last match at Hampden. 393
Bully Wee's Rankin left needing surgery on broken ankle; CLYDE. 258
Bypass closure schedule revealed; TRANSPORT. 177
Campbell could quit game; ? Recurring cruciate injury may force Cove midfielder to retire. 449
Canoe club gets boathouse; WATERSPORTS. 139
Car clue in murder probe; Crime: Police in appeal for information about vehicle after death of actor. 317
Cars take to the road for Cannonbawz Run; CHARITY. 190
Celtic mourns Chalmers hero of club's finest hour; FOOTBALL Legend scored the winning goal in 1967 European Cup final. 314
Chance to avoid prison passes man by; COURT. 259
Chance to see piece of area's history; Letters to the editor Write to: Letters to the editor, The Press and Journal, 1 Marischal Square, Broad Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1BL. email: pj.letters@ajl.co.uk All letters are subject to editing and must include your full address and daytime telephone number for verification. Thank you. Letter to the editor 207
Charles gets stuck in as he tours The Smiddy; ROYAL VISITOR ? Duke of Rothesay takes in the sights of north-east town. 802
Chepelin credits win to search for solitude; ATHLETICS ? Orienteering international won Bristow 15-mile trail race. 408
Children face long trips for routine surgery; WAITING LIST. 207
Children's charity forced to shut base in Highlands; COUNCIL CUTS ? Organisation highlights lack of 'sustainable funding' for move. 598
Church pays PS1m damages to abuse victims; LEGAL ACTION. 251
Community trust set up to make bid for town hall; Venue: Public to be consulted on plan. 409
CORRECTIONS. Correction notice 126
Council's disregard for our heritage. 248
Court told of gutting threat; CRIME. 148
COVE RANGERS: VICTORY WAS BEST TONIC IN PUSH TO WIN PROMOTION. 153
Culbokie charmer; Far-reaching views, and large terraces from which to enjoy them, come as standard at this Culbokie home, writes Susan Welsh. 322
Cup tie rout as Pentland crush Thurso; AMATEURS. 373
Death toll rises after new cyclone; MOZAMBIQUE. 185
Decorated Second World War veteran dies aged 96. 241
Design tips for the home; Sian Astley, project manager for the new TV series Your Home Made Perfect, shares her tips on the key design trends for the year ahead. 682
Dons out to spoil party; AFC: Lowe determined to stop Celtic winning title at Pittodrie. 534
Dugdale to leave Holyrood for job with university; Politics: Ex-Labour leader set for new challenge. 354
Energy services group to rebrand; ACQUISITIONS. 182
EU countries take hit; Destinations: UK holidaymakers choosing to visit places outside of the bloc. 227
Everything in moderation philosophy's not a bad approach to life - and particularly Peppa. 979
Expert leaves firm to be director at rival; ACCOUNTANCY. 212
F1: Hamilton, Bottas warned to stay united. 150
Face veils banned after 250 killed in terror attacks; Sri Lanka: Church in call to act as if on war footing. 328
Farmers call for funding to help halt cattle decline; Livestock: Cabinet secretary challenged over drop in suckler cow numbers. 426
Fear that produce 'will rot' as visas delayed; FARMING. 262
Festival's film on stroke recovery; WELLBEING. 167
Fight for new inquiry into helicopter safety; NORTH SEA. 268
Fontaine back in the game; SCOTTISH CHAMPIONSHIP ? County defender returned from injury just in time for title glory. 483
Football loses another legend; The Voice of the North. 142
Four charged with racing at 128mph on tourist route; Roads: New figures also show 125 drivers hitting speeds over 100mph. 480
Four lawyers become partners; PROMOTIONS. 243
Funding blow forces wind farm developer to put plans on hold; Energy: Scrapping of feed-in-tariff blamed for project's stalling. 300
Give the public more say over our ports. 905
Glass tells court of playpark no-show; MURDER TRIAL ? Accused says she did not see oil worker Donaldson. 765
Gran helps artist get shortlisted for award; Culture: Portrait of 95-year-old in running for PS35,000 prize. 377
Hales 'devastated' at being dropped by England; WORLD CUP. 259
Hard Brexit 'could push independence over line' POLITICS ? Blair highlights 'danger of playing around with referendums'. 423
Health board 'losing out' by sticking to its budget; ? Leading medic quizzes health minister over written-off loans. 394
Heavenly Dunnottar. 359
Highland bowls team. 112
Honour for writer whose work on Dracula counts; LITERATURE. 238
House dream that came true; Deborah Murphy had never been a risk taker until she decided to buy a period seaside home without even looking inside. She told Ellie House why the leap of faith paid off. 824
Inverness sweat over Polworth. 106
It's tough at the top these days; CRICKET FOCUS Comment: Ireland finding out there's little room for manoeuvre among the elite. 602
Largest-ever cash boost for children's charity goal; Donation: Big Build Project hits PS2m. 360
Live feed Q&A for childcare services; COUNCIL. 164
LIVERPOOL: VAN DIJK WAVES OFF CHANCES OF CLAIMING BALLON D'OR AFTER PFA AWARD WIN; ENGLISH FOOTBALL LATEST. 268
Living it large in Moray; Great opportunity to buy a lifestyle property in the charming village of Dyke, writes Susan Welsh. 468
Loganair announce new Norway flights in time for Up Helly Aa; SERVICE. 295
Long-serving forward Moore aiming to bow out on a high; FORRES. 349
Magic of thinking big. 235
McCue named Scottish coach of the year; ROWING. 151
McIntyre insists he will still be in charge next season; DUNDEE. 294
Modest gains only for FTSE; FINANCE. 132
More 'balderdash' from the unionists; Letters to the editor Write to: Letters to the editor, The Press and Journal, 1 Marischal Square, Broad Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1BL. email: pj.letters@ajl.co.uk All letters are subject to editing and must include your full address and daytime telephone number for verification. Thank you. Letter to the editor 124
More enlightened benefits approach; Letters to the editor Write to: Letters to the editor, The Press and Journal, 1 Marischal Square, Broad Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1BL. email: pj.letters@ajl.co.uk All letters are subject to editing and must include your full address and daytime telephone number for verification. Thank you. Letter to the editor 141
New sleeper carriages to be rolled out; Transport: PS150m fleet set for launch. 503
On this day. 214
Online accounts access problems; BANKING. 124
Patients could be given videolink diagnosis; ONCOLOGY. 217
Paws for effect: Holyrood's dog of the year; PET WELFARE. 236
Pioneering cancer treatment success; Drugs: Patient suffered no ill-effects after finishing first stage. 381
Police urge car owners to be aware of thieves; Security: Drop in thefts but there's no room for complacency. 361
Qabala headlines 16 fillies in classic contention; RACING. 183
Queen's Speech postponed as government 'needs to finish work' PARLIAMENT. 305
Recipes for botanical success. Recipe 811
School deemed 'weak' in several areas; INSPECTORATE. 231
Scotch very much not on the rocks; Economy: Whisky now worth PS5.5bn. 366
Scotland stronger as part of the UK; Letters to the editor Write to: Letters to the editor, The Press and Journal, 1 Marischal Square, Broad Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1BL. email: pj.letters@ajl.co.uk All letters are subject to editing and must include your full address and daytime telephone number for verification. Thank you. Letter to the editor 104
Scotland's best to be showcased in Asia. 191
Scots worker kidnapped; International: Victim abducted during raid on oil platform in Niger Delta. 324
Scrabster harbour cruise ship season off to sunny start. 226
Seeing red over pair of yellows. 490
Semple shows steel in hat-trick of wins; CHALLENGE. 276
Simpson's personal best time in London is bittersweet; MARATHON. 258
Soaring sales at Scottish Friendly; FINANCE. 242
Social media dangers exposed in student film; Education: Campaign to warn children of issues around 'sexting'. 438
Spurs boss Pochettino is in dreamland ahead of semi; ? But Argentinian admits side have struggled with stress and fatigue. 538
Stones: Veterans can lead City to the title; ETIHAD. 307
Student pipers go on record; PEOPLE. 143
Students' video could help others; The Voice of the North. 217
Tavernier: Remember Wallace as Gers great; SCOTTISH PREMIERSHIP LATEST ? Ibrox skipper says departing defender deserves huge respect. 465
TODAY'S SELECTIONS: SPACE BLUES LOOKS SET TO BOUNCE BACK IN STYLE AT NOTTINGHAM. 224
tv highlights. 327
University study to look at tackling loneliness; RESEARCH. 232
Unpaid work for man who wasted officers' time; COURT. 207
Whisky resolves drug dog problem; ORKNEY. 132
Who said it. 237
Wildfire danger warning; Emergency: 999 chief tells public of huge risk climate change poses. 588
Wind farm development rights fight this autumn; Renewables: World's biggest firms will compete for seven gigawatt site. 266
Women to kick-off for Soccer Aid; Players: Female first for charity match. 270
Work on railway signals hailed; TRANSPORT. 108

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