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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (August 29, 2019)

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'Brutalreality' y' of pupil support cuts; ? Concern and warnings but move is defended by council. 739
> COMING SOON... 376
Ad rules reviewed on social network; FACEBOOK. 134
AI, it's Donald from Skye! TECHNOLOGY. 256
ALY BAIN AND PHIL CUNNINGHAM. 170
Anti-smacking bill another mistake; 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 158
Archer has no intention of easing off; ASHES CRICKET. 339
As the political situation heats up, a cool and rational response is what's required; Alex Bell. 904
Attack best form of defence for Celtic manager Lennon; STOCKHOLM. 323
Austrian defender joins up to win trophies; CELTIC. 278
Bake Off launch episode loses big slice of audience; TV: Fewer viewers watch as fruit cake foils Dan. 330
Beano: Trip in time to year 4000 for Dennis the Menace. 118
Biker airlifted to hospital after crash; ACCIDENT. 137
Blue Toon boss not looking to replace Gibson; PETERHEAD. 267
Bolton saved as takeover is finally complete; ENGLISH FOOTBALL. 238
Bosses at bar admit hygiene charges; COURT. 200
Broken-down sleeper blocks railway track; ? Commuters were faced with delays and cancellations. 327
Broken-down sleeper blocks railway track; Commuters were faced with delays and cancellations. 327
Brora Golf Club rainbow a big hit in the US; MAGAZINE. 244
Brora Golf Club rainbow a US hit; MAGAZINE. 150
Business helps to make life good for military; REVAMP. 260
Cairngorms' inspiration in writings; Culture: Anthology initiative at park. 335
Call to keep banks in towns; Report wants ban on firms from leaving communities without a branch. Report 411
Call to protect Wick air service; TRANSPORT. 233
Can you help the Children's Panel? RECRUITS. 114
Chants of 'stop the coup' shouted at rallies; PROTESTS. 113
CINEMA; MRS LOWRY & SON (PG). 476
City by-election after councillor steps down; POLITICS. 272
Claims police 'bungled' bid to solve theft as man freed; Crime: PS100,000 in jewellery stolen. 324
Concerns grow over breathing issues in Brazil. Amazon: Respiratory problems have increased. 336
Councillors are at odds over local authority overspend projections; FINANCES. 343
County retain belief despite slaughtering by Livi Lions; LEAGUE. 302
Cup hopefuls cannot freeze in last audition; Rugby Union: Russell urges Scotland team-mates to shine against Georgia. 534
Currency: Pound in freefall after traders spooked by development. 119
Dark Blues to take a stroll to Tannadice ahead of city derby; DUNDEE. 361
Dark Blues to take a stroll to Tanndice ahead of city derby; DUNDEE. 361
Deaths. Obituary 2014
Decrease in total value of sales; Trend: Second-quarter fall reflected in Aberdeen and Edinburgh, but rise in Glasgow. Financial report 275
Deena Tissera. 274
Dozens killed in bar blaze attack; MEXICO. 253
Drink-drive crash deaths hit eight-year high; ROADS. 136
Drunk man dialled emergency services to order pizza. 332
Drunk man dialled emergency services to order pizza; COURT. 332
Energy services group back in black but warns of difficulties ahead; OIL AND GAS. 289
Europe's politicians respond with disbelief and sadness over actions; WORLD. 345
Farmers urged to sign up for loans scheme; Subsidy: Cash available regardless of Brexit. 316
Fast forward to the future; Technology: Aquatic roads, self-cleaning homes and flying taxis 'in 50 years'. 354
Firm is seeking 'fresh ideas' SUBSEA. 233
Fitzpatrick hat-trick bid; Englishman going for his third Omega European Masters title WORLD OF GOLF. 490
Foster set to face Dons as County return nears. 261
Fresh concerns price for new school may rise again; EDUCATION. 225
FRIDAY - SUNDAY AUGUST 30 - SEPTEMBER 1. 278
FRIDAY - TUESDAY AUGUST 30 - SEPTEMBER 5. 192
FRIDAY AUGUST 30. 156
FTSE up at news of PM's decision; STORY LABEL. 128
Gambling fears over 'loot boxes' Survey: 'Hidden epidemic' in gaming. 253
Gardens make-over to start; Project: Long-awaited PS25.7m transformation to begin in next few days. 270
GOING OUT V STAYING IN; Whether out on the town or snuggled up indoors, here are Philippa Gerrard's top picks for making the most of your down time. 503
Government struggling to meet new GPs target; NHS. 240
Group's overdose victims tribute; EVENT. 108
Hansard Society criticises move; PROCEDURE. 365
Harbourmaster Hutchison is appointed chief executive; MARINE. 168
Having a ball will help save lives by backing vital cause; Key component of 999 response network. 531
Height of luxury at Westburn. 420
Historic mosaics go on display; HERITAGE. 162
Holidaymaker visits girls who saved his life at sea; Rescue: Man thanks quick-thinking sisters. 511
Hopes new nursery will ease community tension; EARLY YEARS. 450
Horoscopes. 661
Hospital sites just the cure as shares fall at WHSmith; RETAIL. 154
INEW IN CINEMAS; HHHHH THE INFORMER (15). 414
INEW TO DVD, BLU-RAY & DOWNLOAD; LONG SHOT (15) HHHHH. 218
Intimidation from youths could lead to legal action; Police: Marina staff have vowed to report offences to authority. 279
Islands have the fastest fibre broadband in the UK; TECHNOLOGY. 337
Johnson gets royal assent to suspend Parliament; BREXIT ? Rees-Mogg flies north to meet Queen as critics round on premier's 'constitutional outrage'. 735
Jump for up to 12 hours to raise money; CHARITY. 145
Kay lighting the way in diversity dimness. 807
Kudos to Carly for ending her wait for a title. 175
Kyrgios faces ATP probe; ? Australian investigated after saying governing body 'pretty corrupt'. 420
Leading comedic actress Sheila Steafel, 84. Obituary 296
LISTINGS. 4350
LISTINGS. 523
MAKING A HOUSE CALL; Enjoy a 'dram' good experience in the company of Glenmorangie House, writes Susan Welsh. 884
MAKING OF THE MAKAR; Scotland's favourite female star Elaine C Smith talks to Susan Welsh in advance of her visit to Inverness with a powerful and moving play. 954
MARIANNE THORSEN; Susan Welsh chats to the guest player/ director with the Scottish Ensemble, which launches a new series of concerts - Chamber Notes - today. 725
Marine services group posts 275% profits rise; REVENUE. Financial report 166
McInnes delighted as things look rosy for Reds; ABERDEEN. 260
McKenna out for three weeks; AFC: Dons centre-back could miss Betfred quarter-final due to torn hamstring. 439
Meat wholesalers press for government support; Beef: Association writes to rural economy secretary over guaranteed price. 338
Minor injury unit at town hospital will shut at night; Move to reduce pressure on nurses working shifts on their own. 437
Mum grateful to 'amazing' responders; Accident: Boy in hospital after being knocked unconscious at harbour. 430
Mum of harbour accident boy hails response; COASTGUARD. 260
New population of pearl mussels found in north; Nature: Rare freshwater molluscs in Spey tributary. 340
NFUS to take Asda to task over choice of lamb. 226
Not the ticket for Rangers; SCOTS IN EUROPE LATEST Gers will not take up full allocation to avoid closure of stadium. 447
Oban to host show of whisky and gin; CELEBRATION. 121
On this day. 231
P&J Live to host Nineties Festival; ENTERTAINMENT. 211
Parties battle to bitter end before voters head to polls; By-election: SNP target Lib Dem seat. 324
Pensioner left without phone line for months; Services: No solution despite more than 15 engineer visits to isolated home. 519
Petrofac creates around 70 new north-east roles; ? Region is key area for recruitment growth, say company chiefs. 340
Petrofac creates around 70 new north-east roles; Region is key area for recruitment growth, say company chiefs. 340
Pier marks milestone at fish farm feed plant; Aquaculture: Progress at Kyleakin. 379
Plane was in conflict with F15 fighters; INCIDENT. 258
Plans for north-east care village move forward; SUPPORT. 193
Plenty for the younger fans at festival; MUSIC. 237
PM's move is new low in politics; 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 146
POKEMON DETECTIVE PIKACHU (PG). 173
Police divers deploy sonar in search for missing man; Tasked: Harbour being scoured by team operating from specialist dinghy. 366
Police pledge further drugs action after guilty pleas; CRIME. 334
Pressure on Dons ahead of Staggies test - Dodds; ABERDEEN VERSUS ROSS COUNTY ? Ex-striker believes Aberdeen's need to kick-start season greater. 440
Price hopes to strike it lucky with third option; NORTH FOOTBALL FOCUS ? Elgin boss wants to lessen the burden on his prolific frontmen. 445
PS1m expansion plan; Energy: Granite City to be firm's jump-off point. 422
Queen's former surgeon denies bullying allegation; Tribunal: Professor claims he was unfairly dismissed by NHS Grampian. 336
Queen's former surgeon denies bullying allegation; Tribunal: Professor claims he was unfairly dismissed by NHS Grampian. 286
Rail dreams staying on track; Heritage: Donation will help enthusiasts' work. 398
Raising a very rare glass to big event; AIA. 118
Renaissance for golf coast as tournaments make return; SCOTTISH OPENS. 327
Rescued holidaymaker visits hero sisters' home; Thanks: Grateful dad tracks down girls who pulled him and son from sea. 450
RIVALS GO TO THE EDGE; IF YOUDO 1 THING WITH YOUR FAMILY THIS WEEKEND ... ATTEND CARVE CARRBRIDGE Blades at the ready as the annual Scottish Open Chainsaw Carving Competition gets underway on Saturday. 685
Robber weeps as five-year prison term handed down; Court: Betting shop heist bagged less than PS140 as safe was on time delay. 438
Robber weeps as he is jailed for bookies heist; COURT. 329
Robber weeps as he is jailed for bookies heist; COURT. 258
Rory had a season in the sun. 459
Ruth Davidson poised to quit as divisions exposed; BREXIT Tory leader 'put in almost impossible position' by PM's stance. 478
Salmon health issue tackled; RESEARCH. 151
Scenic bridge work to begin; REPLACEMENT. 176
Scotland's birds of prey at risk of illegal persecution; 'Widespread revulsion' as RSPB's latest report details incidents WILDLIFE. 343
Scotland's birds of prey at risk of illegal persecution; 'Widespread revulsion' as RSPB's latest report details incidents. 343
Scottish book prize nomination for The Station Mouse; BOOKS. 284
Slip inside the eye of Oasis's band snapper; Event: Work of photographer Michael Spencer Jones on show. 409
SNP should be renamed RIP; 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
Stage set for a wonderful return to East Lothian. 202
Staggies close to Foster deal; County: Former defender set for return and could sign in time to face Aberdeen. 414
Status quo of crumbling schools 'cannot prevail' Senior council officer calls for changes to be made to buildings. 335
Stealing snacks almost killed cat; PETS. 158
Strange times as motion filed in Scotland; COURT. 244
Strike threat at rail station ticket shops over changes; WALKOUT. 243
Sunday sailings protest minister dies, aged 90; Controversy: Churchman lay down in front of ferry traffic. Obituary 306
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 1. 193
Surface water leads to closure of road; TRAFFIC. 246
Suspending Parliament not the way; The Voice of the North. 369
Sutherland village chosen as sole Scottish site for Link's ATM pilot; PROJECT. 296
Talks wanted between MP and First Bus on changes; TRANSPORT. 234
THE MAGNIFICENT MELA; Get ready for street food, stalls and dancing. Philippa Gerrard found out more about Aberdeen's biggest multicultural celebration. 795
Thief had thought 4am was daytime; CURFEW. 125
Thomas Cook rescue deal; Travel: Shares fall 17% as Fosun targets company. 224
THURSDAY & FRIDAY AUGUST 29 & 30. 244
Traffic could have caused fire service 'a nightmare' Response: Crew managed to put blaze out quickly to save it from spreading. 455
tv highlights. 354
Two new faces at animal feed firm; APPOINTMENTS. 150
UK stands on the cusp of economic crisis, warns finance secretary; HOLYROOD. 261
United's Butcher piles the pressure on Dee; TANGERINES. 177
Village's battle for superfast broadband finally over; COMMUNICATION. 340
Warning given to man who made 999 hoax calls; COURT. 248
Warning to sector as costs increase; OIL AND GAS. 206
What is value of EU membership? 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 156
Who said it. 227
Work to get mountain's railway on track begins; Tourism: Agency confirms it is cheaper to repair attraction than remove it. 366
Year of underdog in offing; Former defender Tokely's advice as Caley Jags chase title dream SCOTTISH CHAMPIONSHIP LATEST. 494
Year of underdog in offing; Former defender Tokely's advice as Caley Jags chase title dream. 494
Young music fans spoilt for choice; EVENT. 207

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