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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (August 15, 2019)

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'Blood of alleged victim on knife' COURT. 172
'Collaboration' to block ' Brexit: PM; ? MPs and EU accused of not being willing to compromise. 448
'Flatmate's DNA found on knife' COURT. 153
'Free' energy scam shocks households; Caution: Residents should be wary. 284
> COMING SOON... 363
A constant battle between funding for arts and vital local services; CULTURE. 251
A TALE OF LOVE, DEATH AND MIDGES. 162
Adams big splash in ultra-swim. 103
Adrian's rollercoaster week ends with trophy; Keeper proves pivotal as Liverpool lift Super Cup after shootout. 456
Alex Bell; Bad luck, chaps: If it's not Brexit that leads to Boris's downfall it'll be the Scottish question. 803
Alness school given a year to improve; EDUCATION. 193
Australian police arrest Britons in PS50m drugs bust; Crime: Operation targeted organised syndicate. 315
Back from the wilderness; RUGBY UNION LATEST ? Taylor to feature after two years out as coach considers options. 496
Backing for city pro-indy procession; Politics: Counter-protest expected. 444
Ballot date in sight for vote on Dingwall Bid; BUSINESS. 208
Beach businesses warn of struggles as takings plunge; Trade down as much as 50% as bridge closure impact study ordered. 214
Beach traders hoping for boost amid bridge closure; Business: Raft race organisers have pledged to donate proceeds to new crossing. 427
BEL CANTO (15). 172
Biker who died in crash named; ACCIDENT. 119
Biscan learns from the rout of Chikhura; RIJEKA. 284
Bonnie Prince Charlie artefacts bought; AUCTION. 270
Boy hurt in fall at castle thanks rescuers; EMERGENCY. 247
Boy, 14, hurt in fall at castle thanks rescuers; Emergency: French teen faced having trapped foot amputated. 414
Brexit and low oil price hit profits of law firm; Legal: Boss tells of 'tangible impact'. 211
Burger can taste victory; ? National coach hoping for boost from two major tournaments. 440
Buyers will be 'blown away' by development. 377
Bypass firm's profits jump; Construction: Boost of 14% for Balfour Beatty. 256
Call time on these slow players. 489
Car dealership hit by fall in sales of new UK vehicles; MOTORING. 199
Car thief jailed for crashing into chef; CRIME. 124
Cash boosts for nurseries before surge; Education: Funds to help new demand. 270
Claim more than half of farms may stop trading; Brexit: Report suggests no-deal scenario could have devastating impact. Report 445
CLIMATE CHANGE IN SPOTLIGHT. 164
Companies in rude health; Awards: Firms demonstrating excellence in H&S and renewables celebrated. 241
Contentious housing plan looks poised for approval; Council: Dozens of objections but authority says proposals comply with policies. 379
Council has moral duty on PE provision; The Voice of the North. 251
Crown Estate's land signed over to young couple; Farm: Tenants picked under government iniative. 215
Dairy advertising campaign is hailed. 165
Deaths. 1741
Derek Gray; Preparations for the Lonach Gathering are in full swing. Philippa Gerrard found out more about keeping tradition alive. 851
Development opportunity at prominent site near university. 415
Dons legend Oor Wullie tops league; Trail: Miller is most popular artwork. 473
DORA AND THE LOST CITY OF GOLD (PG). 394
Double rig contract win will create over 100 jobs; Boost: Firms will help with refurbishment of vessel for work on oil wells. 270
Drawings found under Virgin of the Rocks; PAINTING. 148
Epstein warders in Manhattan jail 'falsified' records; USA: Guards suspected of making up log entries. 311
Experts' surprise at rise in inflation; ECONOMY. 210
Facebook page launched in search for missing man; SOCIAL MEDIA. 295
Facebook page set up in the hunt for missing Ruairidh; Search: Intense operation by police and friends after man disappears. 428
Fears Ugie Hospital is to be closed; Healthcare: Facility's future uncertain. 467
FirstGroup signal success over west coast franchise; Company secures deal until March 2031 after long-running battle. 381
Flat fire causes closure of road; EMERGENCY. 129
Floods spark worries about state of drains; Emergency: MSP told town's system not built for scale of rain. 366
Football club helping out with PE; EDUCATION. 353
Footsie slumps amid tensions; MARKETS. 120
Former MP given leave to appeal conviction; Court: McGarry had been jailed for 18 months for embezzling PS25k. 284
Fortune favours the bold; AFC: McInnes warns Reds they must make Rijeka feel the strain at Pittodrie. 450
Fracking causing methane increase; ENVIRONMENT. 150
Fury at council's bid to limit pupils' strike days; EDUCATION. 258
Gerrard says Hoops exit should serve as an Ibrox warning; RANGERS. 523
GLENFIDDICH ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE. 179
GOING IN ALL GUNS BLAZIN' Highland homecoming gig for one of Scotland's top bands, writes Susan Welsh. 601
Good to see ascent of Hill as he goes for treble. 215
Greece: Water drops deployed to help tackle massive fire on island. 132
Green light for 121 homes despite refusal by council; Planning: Controversial development wins approval following appeal. 313
Green light for huge pro-indy march in city; Organisers claim 'historic' event will attract 10,000 people. 131
HAVING FUN WITH THE APPLIANCE OF SCIENCE; Think science and maths are boring? TechFest is back to show you exactly what you're missing, writes Philippa Gerrard. 1039
Health risk of housing and jobs stress; REPORT. 227
Heinz commends Cipriani for role played in his call-up; ENGLAND. 299
Highland bucks trend of lower population; Study: More people moving away from rural areas and islands. 464
Hilda the toothless druid revealed as Iron Age face; 3D wax reconstruction from skull was 'fascinating' for sculptor. 357
Hollywood brings in a blockbuster boost; Entertainment: Filming is said to contribute more than PS1m. 374
Hollywood producer dies aged 99. Obituary 298
Horoscopes. 715
Hours cut at council tips; ? Authority takes action to reduce costs and increase revenue. 243
Huge military convoy lets the train take the strain; ? Black Watch vehicles go by rail to Salisbury Plain for exercise. 364
Huge military convoy lets the train take the strain; ARMED FORCES. 198
Huge military convoy lets the train take the strain; ARMY ? Black Watch vehicles go by rail to Salisbury Plain for exercise rexercise. 364
Independence march wins council approval; Politics: Organisers claim event will be 'historic' for the city. 355
INEW TO DVD, BLU-RAY & DOWNLOAD; AVENGERS: ENDGAME (CERT 12). 205
INTO THE CAIRNGORMS. 192
Intrepid globetrotter on a path less travelled; ? Unorthodox journey of Reds attacker who's seen world at just 23. 719
JK Rowling's fraudster PA now bankrupt; Court: Award of PS18,734 still unpaid. 353
Johnson called on to pursue compromise; TORY PARTY. 195
Killer 'would have targeted others' COURT. 212
Large Army convoy rides on rails to Salisbury Plain; ? Soldiers load up their vehicles for training exercise in Wiltshire. 349
Lawson loving home draw against Northern Irish side; FORMARTINE. 297
Leader says media controlled by 'traitor class' UKIP. 232
LISTINGS. 3960
LISTINGS. 482
Livestock. 328
Local knowledge vital for flooding alleviation study; ? Project team set up after residents badly affected by downpour. 444
Lots of cash after independence; 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 155
Lower population and life expectancy; Society: More people moving away from Aberdeen city and shire. 464
Man admits wrecking his room at city hotel; COURT. 171
Man had fake PS20 and PS50 notes; COURT. 173
Man, 33, tried to make his own cash; COURT. 113
Manhunt continues for armed M&S raider; CRIME. 252
McInally annoyed by lack of guile in defeat; PETERHEAD. 270
McPake Pittodrie homework before League Cup tie; DUNDEE. 492
Missing man found in Pitlochry; POLICE. 109
More staff to be recruited. 109
More than 100 fake clothing items seized at show; CONSUMER. 146
More than 100 fakes are seized at show; CONSUMER. 231
MSP at opening of island water works; UTILITIES. 242
MSPs say heartless policy is hurting families; BENEFITS. 244
Mullin happy in Highlands; Staggies: Winger has no southern ambitions despite best pal Lindsay's exit. 446
Mum's not the word in Cat's bold selection. 179
my Weekend. 260
Naked man, 43, fuelled by tequila to be fined; COURT. 257
New course aims to get drone operators flying skilfully. 205
New salmon fish farm plans are unveiled; ENVIRONMENT. 229
No-deal 'betrayal of the referendum' HAMMOND. 358
Nora's body was found in place searched earlier; Malaysia: Cause of 15-year-old's death still unknown. 320
OAP aged 74 locked up for abuse of girl; Court: Offences date from 70s and 80s. 215
Oman aiming to hit the Scots for six; FINALS. 290
On this day. 233
Painting is 'unlikely to be Raphael' ? Specialists asked to look into Haddo Madonna after TV show. 302
Passengers face hike in ScotRail season tickets; FARES. 273
Police hunt for armed robber goes on; CRIME. 257
Police in hunt for man after incident; CRIME. 171
Population of Moray falls - but more OAPs; Statistics: People moving away from rural areas and islands. 464
PORTLETHEN GALA. 209
Promenade was a complete mess; 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 171
Prosecution: Campaigner loses bid to take fight over referendum bus claim to the Supreme Court. 248
Rainfall cancels first day; THE ASHES. 110
Reds spot on to record Super spot-kick victory . Adrian the hero after four-goal thriller against domestic rivals. 407
REMEMBERING ARTHUR RUSSELL. 163
Rentokil faces PS27k fine for thwarting regulator; TAKEOVER. 262
Rogers off to Morton on loan for season; ABERDEEN FC. 105
Rogers off to Morton on loan for season; TRANSFERS. 105
Ross County aims to help fill PE void; Education: Club to help local schools. 445
Sala exposed to monoxide; Incident: Cardiff City's record signing was poisoned before his plane crashed. 284
SEE ICONIC GLENBOGLE; Exploring Monarch of the Glen country with an expert guide is one to add to your bucket list, writes Susan Welsh. 830
Sexual assault charges denied; COURT. 111
Sheriff jails OAP for abuse of girl; COURT. 224
Signs not good for council's own littering; 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 144
Slave links show our history isn't so sweet. 809
SPORT ON TELEVISION. 296
Staggies step in to plug PE teaching 'voids' at schools; Football club providing coaches to fill gaps left by 'cutbacks'. 204
Sturgeon refuses to discuss Salmond's PS512k payment; POLITICS. 349
Sturgeon silent on Salmond cash; POLITICS. 366
Sturgeon silent on Salmond costs payout; POLITICS. 249
SUPER MINI BREAK AND STAYCATION VENUES; Treat yourself to a luxury break in the capital, an island cruise or a Highlands glamping getaway. 1090
Teenage dream a reality; CHALLENGE CUP SECOND ROUND: THE AFTERMATH Hartley praises Robertson's winner but tells defence to tighten up. 472
THE BIG RELEASE CINEMA BY DAMON SMITH; ONCE UPON A TIME... IN HOLLYWOOD (18). 490
THE HIGHLAND CHIEFS; Expect a riot of good music as The Kaiser Chiefs play Inverness and Montrose, writes Susan Welsh. 661
Thrones author must get back to it; LITERATURE. 134
Thunberg sees no point having Trump meeting; ? Activist doubts he would listen. 398
Tories pushing for 100% loan payments; SUBSIDY. 223
Transylvanians gave us a fright night, says Christie. 373
Turbine project needing consent; RENEWABLES. 108
Turkish bidder for steel works; INDUSTRY. 103
tv highlights. 281
Upbeat Tiger fit and ready to roar at Medinah; PGA TOUR. 275
Victory for villagers as Sunday bus route given short reprieve; Transport: Thousands of people protested to save the service. 357
Villages seized by government; SYRIA. 150
Walter Scott's life and legacy explored in new university course; LITERATURE. 274
Welsh no longer worried about injuries; DRAGONS. 240
Westhill move for iSURVEY Offshore; BUSINESS. 141
Westwood Czechs in for title bid with laid back approach; ? Fourth in the Open but Englishman's more selective at age of 46. 499
Whelan buys into Levein's ambition for Hearts. 195
Whittaker out to win over reluctant admirers in Russia; BOXING LATEST. 266
Who said it. 233
Why altering images can be vital for future of city; Jon Hebditch spoke with tourism leaders in Manchester about how Aberdeen can emulate its success in forging a new perception of the city. 382
Wolves teeth bared for visit of the Armenians; EUROPEAN FOOTBALL Boss Nuno rallies Molineux side despite four-goal advantage. 351
Woman in hospital after burger van blaze; EMERGENCY. 143
Young ready to rock with night slam-dunk sessions; COMMUNITY. 319

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