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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (August 26, 2019)

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'Magnificent hospitality' and sunshine give added appeal to Ride the North; CYCLING. 400
'Stig' spotted in north-east 'wacky race' Charity: Run takes on NC500 route. 382
A game not Taylor-made. 197
Accies boss confused; HAMILTON 1 MOTHERWELL 3. 159
Airport in line for 'bigger and better' railway station; TRANSPORT. 319
Airport rail boost as station project gets back on track; Transport link improvements on the way after 10-year wait. 206
Amy astounds doctors as she fights off two diseases; HEALTH. 341
Apology after rail chaos; TRANSPORT. 215
Appeal follows tragedy; ROADS. 112
ASHES STOKED BY BEN; England draw level in series as unbeaten 135 and record run chase secure 'incredible' victory. 482
Award named in honour of respected whisky researcher. 238
BA urged to act swiftly after blunder; AVIATION. 250
Ban puts Oban midfield man out of final. 256
Banks o' Dee top scorer is at it again; JUNIORS. 247
Banks O' Dee's top scorer is at it again; JUNIORS. 247
Bannerman and Kelly are simply miles better. 343
Beatles-inspired buggy sale; Auction: Psychedelic Noel Gallagher vehicle among Oasis memorabilia. 303
Better rail connections long over-due; The Voice of the North. 242
Bid to get airport station proposals back on track; Transport: Network Rail finalising design for 'bigger and better' terminal. 653
Big PS8.7m pot of cash to win. 102
Bin lorry is 'just a waste' Environment: Claims council's new recycling vehicle 'not fit for purpose'. 470
Bird club founder dies aged 72. Obituary 370
Board seeks lay members for health positions; COMMITTEE. 237
Booth weeps with joy as 7-year dream comes true. 419
Britons cut back on big buys fearing possible recession; SPENDING. 151
Buckie sub hits winner. 168
Building an eco house at former joiner's; PLANNING. 241
Caley Jags'INSPIRED AGS INSPIRED BY UPSET DRAW; Robertson hails side's application and attitude DUNDEE 0 CALEY THISTLE 0. 716
Cannonbawz supercars; Charities: Double take on Stigs and The Bandit driving the NC500 road. 365
Celebratory parade brings lots of smiles; EVENT. 325
Church looking for help with angels; APPEAL. 165
CITY BACK TO WINNING WAYS; But Guardiola takes pop at VAR technology as yet another decision goes against English champions. 430
City house prices rise for the first time since 2017; Property: Dearer homes as more jobs return to North Sea oil and gas sector. 503
Coming in from the cold; North campaign group lobbies local politicians on fuel 'inequality'. 340
Controversial brown bin charge rakes in PS738,000; Budget: Profits realised after more than 24,000 city residents forked out. 419
Controversial brown bin charges bring in PS740k; COUNCIL. 247
Corbyn implored to clarify Brexit stance; PARLIAMENT. 287
Crivens! Jamie, 9, snaps all 200 Oor Wullie statues; Determined young fan journeys across four cities for trail. 385
CUP JOY FOR FAB FORT; Keeper denies Glasgow Mid Argyll before teenager takes game to extra-time and nets winner. 454
Deaths. 794
Delighted Magpies fly home with massive three points. 503
Dog owner used first aid skills to rescue Labrador; Animals: Volunteer saved pet after river accident. 377
Donaldson delighted after Keith battle back to grab victory. 384
Erratic Reds still look like a work in progress. 279
Ex-chancellor demands apology LEAK. 278
Fife-bred ram leads sale at 800gn. 192
Final chance to complain about payment protection insurance; 'Last minuters' are running out of time to register their complaints about PPI, says Vicky Shaw. 367
FLAWLESS COUNTY SEE OFF THE CATTACHS; Goalkeeper Maclean shines in pulsating encounter HIGHLAND LEAGUE. 591
Flood of cash for most powerful tidal turbine; Funding: Scottish Government gives PS3.4m to island-based energy firm. 255
Flood of cash for most powerful tidal turbine; Funding: Scottish Government gives PS3.4m to Orkney-based energy firm. 255
Free art fair hits right note with move to Music Hall; CULTURE. 294
Gerrard hails magic moment that wins three points for Gers; ST MIRREN 0 RANGERS 1. 340
Golf fans hurt in lightning strikes at US event. 261
Good performance at Hampden but Elgin have to settle for draw. 528
Government must stop selling our forests. 287
Graham and Sonia pegged out career change with glamping; SMALL BUSINESS FOCUS Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Graham Anderson, who runs Loch Ness Glamping, together with his wife, Sonia. 751
Green operator given contract; WIND FARM. 176
Grieving dad hits out at police over call to check son; Investigation: He says it took too long to respond. 341
Hartley's a happy man as impressive Cove pick up first away win. 527
Have say on improving tourist sites; Access: Boom on Skye brings action. 407
Holiday clubs see real need; HUNGER. 114
Horoscopes. 683
Housing venture delivers blow; INVESTMENT. 187
Hundreds gather for Highland agricultural show; EVENTS. 305
Inverurie claim cup victory in stunning fashion. 272
Islands ferry disruption; Transport: Drop-in sessions for residents to discuss replacing linkspans. 407
JACK IN THE BOX WINS POINTS FOR BLUE TOON; Peterhead get first League 1 victory but boss reveals Gibson is to leave the club. 603
JACK IN THE BOX WINS POINTS FOR BLUE TOON; Peterhead get first League 1 victory but boss reveals Gibson is to leave the club. 603
Johnson and Trump are 'gung-ho' for trade deal; ? But prime minister warns agreement with the US would not be 'plain sailing'. 701
Keatings sure squad's best is still to come. 457
Lack of energy inhibits switch; CONTRACTS. 260
Laidlaw hails 'more mature' Scotland. 260
Leaving UK would be very painful; 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 246
Lennon lauds Bayo after his double strike in Hoops win. 360
Lewis and Harris sign off with storming win; WOMEN. 184
Lifeboat rescues its biggest vessel; RNLI. 128
Livestock. 300
Lonach Highlanders are star attraction at games; Six-mile spectacle draws crowd of nearly 8,000 locals and visitors. 574
Love in the air at Thunder in Glens rally; ? Organisers tell of carnival atmosphere and joyous mood. 510
Love in the air at Thunder in Glens rally; Organisers tell of carnival atmosphere and joyous mood. 519
MAGICAL MCILROY TRIUMPHS; FedEx Cup glory for Northern Irishman. 410
MAGICAL MCILROY TRIUMPHS; FedEx Cup glory for Northern Irishman. 449
Magnificent seven as Can-Cans grab first win of the season. 385
Many Highland families just two pay cheques away from poverty; WELFARE. 236
Marines flying into action; Plans: Commando kit of the future could include wings and invisibility suits. 329
McPake seeking consistency. 187
Men robbed while depositing cash; CRIME. 146
Mr Munro finally tops a lifetime of bagging Munros; Trek: 282nd peak called after namesake climbed. 397
MSP goes on the beat with police officers; COMMUNITY. 226
MSP goes out on beat in his patch; LAW. 120
Neilson praises striking record of forward; ROUND-UP. 284
New UHI honorary fellows share a Lewis link; AWARDS. 252
Nine-goal cracker at Bellslea Park. 207
North-east house prices up for first time in two years; Oil recovery boosts market as first-time buyers change habits. 222
North-east lifeboat takes 'biggest' tow in its stride; RNLI: Massive French fishing boat brought into harbour after losing power. 439
On this day. 290
Online: Tens of thousands have used free PPI tool. 199
Perks on offer to lure new workers; SURVEY. 237
Person injured in crash; ROADS. 111
Pilot: Banking centre scheme. 105
Plants prescribed instead of pills; HEALTH. 128
POINT BLANK BUT TARGET ARGET STILL NOT FOUND; Aberdeen misfiring in a drab draw in Ayrshire. 621
Police draw guns on protesters in renewed violence; Hong Kong: Water cannon trucks used for first time. 331
Prevent money being one of the stresses of studying; Getting ready for university or college? Vicky Shaw offers some tips for staying on top of your finances. 363
Profits plunge at north's main John Deere dealer; Business: HRN Tractors says figure of PS32k is down 96% on year before. 299
Prospects of accord with EU 'touch and go' WITHDRAWAL. 262
Quarter of Scots workers struggle; INCOME. 179
Ready-made replacement; AFC: Captain Lewis backs Vyner to step up during McKenna's injury absence j. 405
Residents driven up the wall by cricket invasion; Pests: Block of flats plagued by infestation of insects for nearly two years. 350
Revamp work under way at Buchan House; Community: PS1.5m two-storey extension project. 475
Revellers savour Notting Hill sun at the carnival; Events: Million people gather for street celebration. 348
Rising son Harris gets closer to being big in Japan after fine show. 440
Rothes win but part company with manager. 337
Row over PS100k bin lorry unable to collect glass; Truck value for money despite needing support van says council. 246
Rural areas hit hardest; ? Nearly half of Scotland's branches have closed over past 10 years. 393
Russell in the running for Camanachd Cup final. 357
Scheme secures 100th person a home; HOMELESSNESS. 237
Schoolgirl given just five days to live bounces back; People: Teen a picture of health after beating rare and deadly diseases. 511
Scotland suffers a slating; Tourism: Unflattering reviews from times gone by compiled in new book. 381
Scottish students light up the movie world; FILM-MAKING. 222
Seven killed in mid-air collision; MAJORCA. 111
Shire out of top flight for first time in 162 years. 443
Shire out of top flight for first time in 162 years. 445
Showcase for simulators; Offshore Europe: Decommissioning technology will be on show at P&JLive. 224
Sir Hugh' s work lives on; The Voice of the North. 122
Site is recommended for Peterhead's care village; Healthcare: Report also suggests moving services from Ugie Hospital. 449
SKINNER WORST OF WALKING WOUNDED SCOTLAND 17 FRANCE 14; Morale-boosting French revenge comes at a price with Georgia on Townsend's mind. 695
Some of us peasants are still rebelling and refusing to cough up for bin permit. 951
Spain: Beach is evacuated over bomb scare. 113
St Johnstone 'future bright' HIBERNIAN 2 ST JOHNSTONE 2. 170
Staggies must buck up fast; County: Captain Fraser calls on team to use thrashing at Livi as motivation. 475
Stobbs' breath of fresh air. 202
Strong showing wing from all on big day; ? Crowds enjoy day of crafts, food and animals in celebration of the region. 428
Study's new hope for lung injury patients; HEALTH. 252
Sturgeon urged to adopt new climate change plan; Environment: Proposals include city centres being emission-free by 2030. 409
Superheroes and villains converge on Comic Con; Culture: Fans of fantasy and sci-fi hear from figures of print and screen. 377
Switzerland could be Scots' model; 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 216
Tactical approach pays off for Ward and Bruce. 381
Tactical switch changes game for Locos. 250
Taking control on dangerous dogs issue. 916
TALES OF THE UNEXPECTED. 501
Think carefully about tenancy succession rules; Procedure: Consider when and how to transfer Scotland's tenant farming commissioner, Bob McIntosh, writes about his work to improve relations with tenants and landlords. 416
Thousands wave e farewell to event in style; ? Runners come from across globe to pound city's streets. 537
Thousands wave e farewell to event in style; Runners come from across globe to pound city's streets. 537
Time to lick wounds and start again. 247
Town's waters come to life with double dose of racing; EVENTS. 264
Trade: Few braced for no-deal. 142
Tremor measured 2.1 at UK active site; FRACKING. 156
tv highlights. 319
Two dead in drone attack in Iraq; MIDDLE EAST. 125
Ugie Folk Festival to return next month; MUSIC EVENT. 218
Ullah to the fore as title secured in style. 275
VAN ROOYEN VICTORY AT FINAL HOLE; South African takes title with late birdie. 455
Victory at final hole for Van Rooyen. 307
Vunipola keen to play down expectations after rout; ENGLAND. 351
WAKE-UP CALL FOR STAGGIES; County slackness costs Highlanders dear as Livingston extend unbeaten run ROSSCOUNTY 1 LIVINGSTON 4. 766
WATER IS SOLUTION FOR THE RESERVOIR MAN; Great run by Hoad, and Brian takes women's title. 618
WATER IS SOLUTION FOR THE REUTION FOR THE RESERVOIR MAN; Great run by Hoad, and Brian takes women's title. 614
We need to start looking forward; 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 200
Welcome point as players stand firm. 258
Who said it. 268
William and Kate delight onlookers at Crathie Kirk; ROYALS. 221
YOUNG HITMAN ON SONG; Clach blown away by Formartine United as Lisle nets his second hat-trick of the season HIGHLAND LEAGUE. 477
YOUNG HITMAN ON SONG; Clach blown away by Formartine United as Scott Lisle nets his second hat-trick of the season HIGHLAND LEAGUE. 477
YouTuber to host Strictly Come Dancing podcast; TELEVISION. 309

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