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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (August 12, 2019)

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'Hazard' material incident at coast; EMERGENCY. 108
'Lucky escape' for crew after vessel left stranded; Wreck: Sea Scouts rescued after abandoning vessel in stormy weather scare. 409
'Mystery illness' claims trustee; ? Battle bravely fought 'to the last breath'. 506
'Mystery illness' claims trustee; Battle bravely fought 'to the last breath' TRAGEDY. 506
A day when memories were stirred. 219
Adding up to a better prospect; The Voice of the North. 226
Air Force personnel may now grow out facial hair; RAF. 171
Air Force personnel may now grow out facial hair; RAF. 251
Alarm at number of banks not signed up to fraud protections. 273
Artist is hiding intricate invitations to exhibition; Boxes containing unusual automatons to be posted around city. 471
Author looks at making his hitman suffer; Literature: Lewis crime writer on craft. 373
Award winner Alex shows others the route to success; SRUC: Poultry production courses are helping the booming industry meet demand. 484
Backs to the wall stuff but Blue Toon hold out to frustrate Fifers. 518
Banks o' Dee pass cup test against students; JUNIORS. 222
Big first impression left by 'breathtaking' venue. 319
Big first impression left by 'breathtaking' venue. 353
Bigger theatre could bring top shows to north; Major expansion of Eden Court considered in bid to attract blockbuster productions. 186
Blockbuster shows could top the bill at Eden Court; Study: Popular Highland theatre investigating possibilities for expansion. 540
Breaking the mould by cracking into free-range egg production; Matthew Steel's desire to make his mark led to him becoming responsible for thousands of British hens. 712
Broons buff confused by three 'twins' Annual: Eagle-eyed fan discovered mystery member of famous family. 342
Buckie grab their biggest-ever Kynoch Park league win; KEITH 2 BUCKIE THISTLE 8. 386
Buddies 'anything but soft'. 207
Bugs better for meat and dairy; RESEARCH. 145
Bus clue as hunt for missing man steps up; OPERATION. 236
Bus clue as hunt is stepped up to find man; OPERATION. 240
Cadets discover ins and outs of an airport; BUSINESS. 245
Campaign to raise awareness for SMES; CYBER-FRAUD. 234
Capsized car causes ferry chaos as it rolls off pier; Incident: Tourist family's vehicle plunges upside down into water. 310
Cattachs boss delighted with score but not performance; FORRESMECHANICS 1 BRORA RANGERS 3. 375
Cattle breeder fulfils ambition; Weather holds for Orkney County Show as 'exceptional' bull wins supreme. 440
Celebrate his achievements; The Voice of the North. 139
Collaborate to innovate, technology sector urged; Digital: Expert says Aberdeen's 'world-class' universities have a key role. 476
COSGROVE'S ABSENCE FELT T KEENLY BY FANS; Solitary goal enough to frustrate Aberdeen. 782
Costume designer Piero Tosi, 92. 360
Council refuses to install additional dog waste bins; Environment: Owners being advised to take pets' mess home for disposal. 407
COVE GET THE POINT - IT WON'T BE EASY; Boss Hartley frustrated as Rangers grab late equaliser after blowing two-goal lead ALBION ROVERS 4 COVE RANGERS 4. 616
Crowds flock to Bright Beauly; FESTIVAL. 117
Dad killed in crash 'gem of a boy', says councillor; ACCIDENT. 202
Danger of card fraud abroad; WARNING. 193
Deaths. 876
Defence praised by Red Devils' coach; RUGBY LEAGUE. 221
DEPLETED VALE WIN BIG; Selection issues not a problem for Dolan's side as they put four past struggling Huntly. 488
Don't bank on old holiday closures; 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 203
Dons could face Rijeka tie without Cosgrove; AFC: Hamstring issue sidelines leading scorer ahead of massive Europa match. 545
Dons facing prospect of crunch Europa game without Cosgrove. 375
Dreich Scottish weather to continue; STORMS. 275
Dutch spotted gimmers make history at county show; SHEEP. 323
Error proves the difference. 195
Event wows foodies with local goods; Festival: Chocolatier goes down a treat. 317
Evo team head to Galloway in prime position. 240
Extensive search launched to find missing 24-year-old; Emergency: Man has not been seen since a night out in town on Friday. 388
Ferry comes to rescue of sailors; ACCIDENT. 102
Ferry comes to rescue of sailors; CAPSIZING. 102
Flying Fowlie sprints to double medal success. 329
Fort better prepared for step up, says skipper. 268
Fraserburgh knock Clach for six. 221
Funbox formula never lets families down; REVIEW. 274
Funding boost for car chargepoints; ELECTRIC. 173
Get cracking preparing for British Egg Week, say industry chairman. 141
Give Del another chance; RACING SELECTIONS. 228
Glasgow Life venue visits now total 19m; FIGURES. 103
GQ awards to recognise climate change activist; CULTURE. 171
Happy ending to tails of young pigs in enriched environment; Study shows welfare issue makes financial sense - and it doesn't take much to get right. 600
Hermes deliver goods on first day of season; JUNIORS. 249
High performance of lf low-profile handlers; Manufacturers offering mechanical helping hand for shifting loads in limited spaces. 999
High St retailers see 4.8% drop in footfall; BUSINESS. 164
Highland impress as Forres are put to the sword. 201
Hill takes big step towards European Tour spot. 441
Historic hotel's appeal for memories of its past; HERITAGE. 265
Horoscopes. 694
Hundreds search for teen; MALAYSIA. 102
HUR TAKES ROUTE 66 TO TITLE; South Korean defies miserable conditions. 406
Indyref 2 is not the answer, says Tom Watson; SCOTLAND. 214
It's time for Dee to take risks, says boss; ROUND-UP. 284
JAGS TOO STREETWISE FOR FORWISE FOR FORT YOUTHS; Hosts punish visitors for early missed penalty HIGHLAND LEAGUE STRATHSPEY 2 FORT WILLIAM 0. 651
Jug stats not for turning; PARLIAMENT. 120
Just no stopping red-hot Cabers marksman. 275
Keith Show hosts 'great crowds' despite weather; Strathisla Pipe Band celebrating 100 years of playing to public. 511
LAMPARD LAMENT AS UNITED RUN RIOT; Chelsea boss bemoans individual errors in crushing defeat at Old Trafford. 613
Leak: Fear over ability to protect waters. 205
Lennon cock-a-Hoop as 'magnificent' Ajer helps Celtic sink Well; MOTHERWELL 2 CELTIC 5. 321
Lifeless 'dog' funds named; INVESTMENT. 238
Lifesaver charity trustee Robin, 63, was 'one of a kind' Sandpiper stalwart dies after fighting mystery illness for five years. 180
Lifesaver charity trustee Robin, 63, was 'one of a kind' Sandpiper stalwart dies after fighting mystery illness for five years. 180
Little sweet for Aberdeen supporters to savour. 312
Locos ascend to sixth place after triumph; TURRIFF UNITED 1 INVERURIELOCOS 6. 352
Love affair with gardening blossoms - and proves the perfect chemical for happiness. 884
Lucky escape from wreck; Rescue: Sea Scouts abandon ship for life raft before it crashes into rocks. 446
Lucky escape from wreck; Rescue: Sea scouts abandon ship for life raft before it crashes into rocks. 446
Magpies pay for mistake as Arsenal make winning start. 324
Marts. 655
Match-winner returns to be back on target. 439
McKellen at Perth's first Pride event; Equality: Actor is touring Scotland. 438
Minister hopes to burn off cakes in big ride; CHARITY. 256
More power - and no steering wheel. 256
More than 40 phone boxes face axe; TELECOMS. 255
Mosque shooting is 'terror attack' NORWAY. 126
Most non-voters 'were Remainers' 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 109
MPs may have little room to stop no deal; ? Thinktank argues even losing a vote of no confidence unlikely to thwart PM. 688
Murray will play two China events. 149
Nationalism slammed; ANALYSIS. 242
New Lord Lieutenant appointed; Community: Educator 'honoured'. 416
No 1p or 2p coins struck by Royal Mint last year. 238
No stopping these games as Abernethy defeats rain; ? Thousands descend on traditional celebration in Strathspey. 415
North cadets pay a flying visit to Inverness Airport; PROGRAMME. 238
North star: How family y farm is finding success; UK's most northerly commercial pig unit is finding its location, among other factors, is helping its growth. 797
of its own Latest Lexion in Claas; 10 years in development, this second-generation combine harvester represents an exciting evolution in technology. 794
Officer run over in car heist; Crime: Constable suffers 'potentially life-changing' injuries after attack. 318
Officers fire tear gas as anti-China protests spread; Hong Kong: Activists throw bricks as rallies intensify. 322
Oink pork pioneers aim to go whole hog; RETAIL: Company keen to develop new chain of franchised outlets with London a target for owners. 569
on his home turf; title and Texel takes honours in sheep lines. 375
On this day. 292
Opening treble just the trick for City's Sterling. 283
Opportunities galore bring optimism. 240
Overdraft changes on the way amid a shift in rules; Your bank account overdraft charges may be changing. Vicky Shaw explains why. 428
Overdraft rate aids transparency; BANKING. 160
Past times. 105
Pecking order of news and views. 348
Penny farthing cyclists make it to John O' Groats; Charity: Pair brave elements and cars to complete 841 mile stint in 13 days. 484
Pension savers at risk of cons; SCAMS. 251
PM announces sentencing review; JUSTICE. 318
Poultry farmer Bob is named unsung hero. 136
Price focuses on the positives after Elgin's hopes sunk by late goal; ANNAN ATHLETIC 1 ELGINCITY 1. 462
Probe into blackout that affected almost a million; National Grid: Government to launch investigation after major power cut. 431
Probe launched into 'cell suicide' of abuse accused; US: Attorney-general 'appalled' by custody death. 351
Rangers boss wanted to see even more against Hibs. 319
Reaction: Cut welcomed but union wants workload concerns addressed. 336
Rebecca brings can-do attitude from Army to cleaning services; Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to former Army officer Rebecca Reid, who runs The Red Sock Launderette and Cleaning Service in Grantown. 645
Remotest store in Britain needs new manager; Jobs: St Kilda shop's convener has stepped down. 530
Research reveals telltale signs tail-biting outbreak imminent; SRUC scientists working with industry partners to deliver a precision tool to help farmers and improve pig welfare. 556
Residents asked to take their pets' droppings home; WASTE. 323
Results: The winning competitors. 155
Reverend gets rolling for mental health support; CHARITY. 266
Rivals slip up as Bon Accord edge closer to title. 425
Rural bodies' 'Glorious Twelfth' appeal; SHOOTING. 147
Scottish body receives grant of 1.6m euros to develop vaccine; MOREDUN SCIENTIFIC: Aim is to protect piglets from infection. 249
Search for ancient secrets; History: Archaeologists gather once again on the multi-period Battle Hill. 361
Sensor could help to manage healing; HEALTH. 251
Shelf mapping complete; North Sea: OGA concludes analysis of geological data to boost exploration. 283
SHIRE ALL BUT DOOMED; And arch-rivals Stoneywood-Dyce could pile on the misery by relegating them this weekend. 511
Sinning Saints make amends; ST JOHNSTONE 2 LIVINGSTON 2. 145
Small, everyday choices can help or harm. 830
Sold-out open day welcomes in thousands; ? 9,000 people pass through doors of world-class venue. 594
Speysiders up to fourth. 169
SPORT ON TELEVISION TODAY AND TOMORROW. 154
Staff to protest against contracts; ASDA. 227
STAGGIES' HEARTS ARE LIFTED; Co-boss hails Tynecastle showing 'as good as a performance as I have seen from County' HEARTS 0 ROSS COUNTY. 773
Stale Jambos come unstuck. Travel narrative 209
Stewart's finally fitting in; County: Former juniors striker feels he's starting to flourish in Scotland's top tier. 475
Stopper hailed as father figure; HAMILTON 2 KILMARNOCK 0. 165
StoreyOFSPECIALDAY Y HAS HAPPY ENDING; Substitute grabs late winner in tight game CALEY THISTLE 2 ARBROATH 1 Aaron Doran strikes to make it 1-1 to ICT after Arbroath had opened the scoring. 712
STRACHAN ON TRACK; JS Kintore runner warms up for Berlin with impressive victory in Dyce Half-Marathon. 456
Study bids to shine a new light on virus linked to 'dancing pigs' Scientists investigating the potential for immunosuppression to treat signs of the tremor. 626
There's a buzz around insect protein in feed alternatives; Agencies and investors predict a quick transition from a prototype industry into a mature and commercial sector. 810
This autumn 'critical' to future of British farming; Union: Calls for government to ensure secure supply of home-grown food. 403
Thomas seals Tour triumph after winning capital stage; CYCLING. 357
Thousands of north and north-east lives saved; CHARITY. 185
THREE TIMES A CHARM; Duo win their third Scottish championship title with victory at the Grampian Forest Rally. 623
Tourist family's car slips off pier and into the sea; ACCIDENT. 298
Trading update from Tui looms; TRAVEL. 134
Trek goes north to Orkney; FUNDRAISER. 104
Turbine noise 'intolerable' Energy: Farming couple complain of 'whooshing' noise-induced headaches. 533
tv highlights. 321
United newbie Lisle in hat-trick heaven; WICKACADEMY 0 FORMARTINE 5. 243
Vacant teaching posts at the lowest level in years; ? Work to tackle shortages in the north and north-east paying off. 346
Victory for Prise as Greig returns in style. 270
Vintage sign could have place in station revamp; Heritage: Original board locked away in shed for more than five decades. 413
Visitors to Fort George take a trip back in time; Event: Festival celebrates milestone. 321
WE SELL OURSELVES SHORT. 515
West End could arrive in style at Highland theatre; PLANNING. 209
Who said it. 239
Wolves skipper Coady rails against VAR decision. 332
Young dad killed in horror crash was a 'gem of a boy' Tragedy: Tributes to Moray man who died after his car struck tree on A98. 433
YOUTHTOTHEFORE AS OBAN GO INTO FINAL; Inspirational skipper praises part played by defender Sloss after Camanachd Cup last-four victory over Kyles on 17th birthday. 566

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