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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (August 7, 2019)

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'He was just a joy from the start' WALKABOUT. 167
'Stop food supply and birds will leave' MENACE. 131
'We've had a bumper crop of results this year - at all levels' CELEBRATION. 240
10th Century Viking hall unearthed in excavation; ARCHAEOLOGY Researchers find site that could have been used by high chieftain. 415
A chance for investors to help Atlantis grow; ENERGY. 292
Accident victim plans charity trek; PEOPLE. 218
Agricultural society puts new chairman in hot seat; Appointment: Bill Gray replaces Jimmy Warnock after his two-year term. 310
Algae fears at park pond; Environment: Public warned after potentially toxic substance suspected. 438
Another great day at the office; YOURCAR COLUMNIST Vicki Butler-Henderson is living her best life, with a little help from Ferrari and Aston Martin. 472
Athlete's record-breaking cycling hopes are dashed; Ride: Christina completed Land's End to John O'Groats. 412
Bancon secures PS20m of work; CONSTRUCTION. 191
Black and Whites through after seven-goal thriller. 294
Blue Toon lose Gibson to calf tear. 118
Boohoo buyouts bolster brand; ACQUISITION. 118
Boohoo buys fast fashion rivals; RETAIL. 121
Bowel-cancer tests high; HEALTH. 212
BP appeals safety notice over its lifeboat training; ? Oil and gas giant's response could spell lengthy legal tribunal. 341
BP appeals safety notice over its lifeboat training; Oil and gas giant's response could spell lengthy legal tribunal. 341
Brora brush Reds aside to set up tantalising tie; ? Cattachs earn home fixture against former Highland rivals Cove. 443
Call to ensure future of council-run ferries; Transport: MSP says government must provide adequate funds. 378
Centre Te'o left out of England squad for Wales match; RUGBY UNION. 261
Check in at Hotel Tropicana to enjoy 80s-style nostalgia. 270
Check in at Hotel Tropicana to enjoy 80s-style nostalgia; REVIEW. 268
Close friends join the party as 'fighting spirit' Muriel turns 104; Birthday: Animal lover's longevity attributed to positive personality. 381
Close pals join party as Muriel turns 104 years old; BIRTHDAY. 192
Clusters key to harvest of untapped 2bn barrels; Study: Viability through collaboration and using shared infrastructure. 397
Company' s search for Highland gold grows; Prospecting: Firm seeks investors. 381
Construction firm secures PS20m worth of work; CONTRACTS. 293
Council backing for 'monstrosity' 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 119
County Colts see off Broch; CHALLENGE CUP ACTION ? Highland League outfit made young Staggies work for Raith clash. 472
County Colts see off Broch; Highland League outfit make young Staggies work for Raith clash. 468
Cove leave it late to overcome plucky Saints side. 317
Cove leave it late to overcome plucky Saints side. 312
Cupra creates super-fast SUV; Jack McKeown finds out how the Ateca can finally set your heart racing on performance. 461
Deaths. 1831
Do or die time in this dis-United Kingdom. 874
Don't miss out on freeports chance; 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 214
Dons facing true test of character; AFC: McInnes urges side to step up. 351
Duke of Rothesay opens new workshop at tailor's; Prince leaves the Highlands with a swatch of his new tartan. 381
Education chiefs hail successes in 'difficult year' for high school; REACTION. 326
Elgin through after seven-goal thriller in capital. 342
Energy firm in bond offering; RENEWABLES. 195
ENGLAND'S GOLDEN GENERATION: HOW FORMER STARS HAVE FARED IN COACHING ROLES. 329
English and maths results on the up as pupils celebrate; REACTION. 435
Equipment firm toasts contracts worth PS1m; Oil: Four new workers will be taken on. 352
Evidence to suggest play-offs can be reached; PROGRESS REPORT. 289
Ex-university boss is national statistician; Appointment: Former principal's payout is subject of inquiry. 353
Expat potter to exhibit creations in homecoming; ARTS. 236
Five straight As despite battling flu; ACHIEVEMENT. 222
Flag-waving won't aid 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 214
Flash floods leave Moray traders fighting the tide; ? High street stores across region swamped by heavy downpours. 456
Giant parrot 'may have feasted on its friends' SCIENCE. 207
Gove says EU refusing to s negotiate; ? European Commission insists Withdrawal Agreement best possible deal Britain can get. 719
Growing number of sites given protected status; CONSERVATION. 257
Hard work pays off as academy's pupils deliver in their exams; ACHIEVEMENT. 471
Heartbreak on agenda for Staggies; Kettlewell: Jambos don't faze us. 318
Horoscopes. 664
I'd have been Cocu not to go' ? Rooney excited to link up with Derby boss after agreeing deal. 492
Increase in M&A activity reported; ENERGY. 195
Industry facing MPA bill of up to PS15m; ? Fishing and energy firms could be impacted, says study. 815
Jet-powered hoverboards for Joe Public would make cow juice quest interesting. 897
Joshua trying to rekindle love affair with sport; BOXING. 341
Labour government 'would not block new Scottish independence referendum' DEMOCRACY. 424
Laszlo finds the right formula to secure success in his studies; CELEBRATION. 363
Legal attempt to stop PM forcing through no-deal; BREXIT. 271
Lennon dismisses Cluj 'miracle' claims ahead of crunch first leg; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE. 267
Light festival to 'enchant' city dwellers upon return; Winter: Critics question council spend. 331
Livestock. 312
Macleod resigns his role as Clach manager; HFL LATEST. 236
Man who terrorised mother avoids jail; Court: Stalker had previous convictions for following women. 391
Marine tech firm pairs up with salmon farmer; Deal: PS4m partnership between Gael Force Group and OSH welcomed. 412
Mayor calls for peace 74 years on; JAPAN. 135
McCombie targets top-three place in Grampian Forest tilt; Rallying: Banchory driver out to retain feelgood factor from Dunoon race. 400
Minister's free trade claims meet scepticism; POST-BREXIT. 331
Missing teenager's family raise fears she was abducted; Search: Nora, 15, has disappeared in Malaysia. 341
Monzo apologises over data issue; SECURITY. 123
Nazi survivor turns 100; Health: Aberdeen doctor opened his own unit to help children and teens. 480
New gold thinner than thin; Science: Researchers develop '2D' material that is just two atoms thick. 411
New-age gold rush near Wester Ross community; Materials: Company exploring region determined to dig up precious metal. 388
NHS paid PS11.6m on drains at hospital; NHS. 167
Nobel laureate Toni Morrison, 88. Obituary 358
On this day. 210
Option to opt out of assistant reviews; TECHNOLOGY. 143
P&J Live teams up with bus firm; ENTERTAINMENT. 214
Pair of parks in running to be named best in Britain; AWARDS. 237
Pass rates for highers dip for 4th year in row; ? Labour claims government 'failing' pupils due to cuts and curriculum changes. 674
Pensioner denies causing death of dad in A96 crash; 67-year-old blames another motorist for fatal road accident. 197
Pilgrimage to celebrate the faithful; Religion: Moidart mission marked. 429
Pipe band preparing rousing centenary; Music: Moray group will be joined by 11 others for festivities. 429
Politics plays its part as pound picks up after recent plummet; FINANCE. 216
Potential transfer of hall to residents; REVIEW. 195
Pounds strengthens after drop; FTSE. 218
Protecting the seas and our fishing fleet; The Voice of the North. 234
Radio DJ not scared of so-called Strictly Come Dancing 'curse' SHOWBIZ. 314
Rare Jacobite portraits to go under the hammer; Art: Collection includes portrayals of Bonnie Prince Charlie and his parents. 347
Record wicket-taker is out of second Ashes Test; ENGLAND. 343
Reds bid to loan Vyner; TRANSFER LATEST. 121
Reigning champion Jutanugarn embraces tough test; SCOTTISH OPEN. 322
Reminder after caesareans rise in calving cows; Welfare: FAS steps in to help tackle the increase. 323
Renaissance reckoning for wildcard hopefuls; ? Solheim captain Matthew calls for top showings at Scottish Open. 424
Republican governor in gun laws push; USA: Dayton massacre spurs appeal. 294
Residents receive PS20k to bring hall back to life; ? Fittie Community Trust set to redevelop the 1950s Gospel Hall. 400
Response to deluge praised as homes flooded; COMMUNITY. 252
Room for improvement; Property: Bothies in Highlands and Islands benefit from PS108k upgrade. 325
Scots suffer opening day loss to Irish; ASHBURNHAM. 231
Search for moth that may be unique to a north glen; WILDLIFE. 296
SELECTIONS: SKY'S THE LIMIT FOR PONTEFRACT BACKERS. 244
Serial stalker spared jail; Court: Sheriff warns man after his fourth conviction for following women. 491
Serial stalker, 42, preyed on mum after online date; Shop worker avoids jail despite three-month catalogue of harassment. 216
Sex offender spent PS4k on X-rated calls; Court: Man, 27, used mobile left by council. 340
Sleepless night... morning delight. 234
Small just got more beautiful; The fifth-generation Renault Clio aims to return its maker to credibility in the supermini sector. But how does it fare? 821
Smoke scare on BA flight; AVIATION. 110
Social housing gets green light despite objections; PLANNING. 196
SPORT ON TELEVISION. 175
Stagecoach aims to get P&J Live gig-goers home happy; Partnership: Travelling to and from the venue will be safer thanks to buses. 404
Staring game to tackle the gulls? The Voice of the North. 111
Staring out gulls 'best way to keep your chips' Study looks at winged thieves. 269
Student hopes grades will help launch dream career in space; SUCCESS. 308
Students still smiling after opening envelopes; REACTION. 281
Take it as Red McKenna wenna will be big hit; EUROPEAN FOOTBALL ? Leigh's backing as Scott makes it official. 587
Teenager accused of throwing boy, 6, from platform; Court: Youth on murder bid charge in Tate case. 351
Temporary bridge plan to save popular cycling race; WEATHER. 333
The thin blue line thicker north of border; POLICE. 241
Top of flocks at Carlisle show and sale. 187
Trade association working with safety authorities to look at issues; TRAINING. 288
Transfer request is badly mis-timed but Aberdeen still hold all the aces here; COMMENT. 418
tv highlights. 351
United defeat Livi in terrific fashion. 278
US pilot charged over breath test; COURT. 140
Veterans show staying power; The Garioch Vehicle Restoration Society hosts annual rally in Oldmeldrum, complete with the Champion of Champions. 263
Vintage day of cricket fun; ? Veterans' love of the game was shining through at Mannofield. 504
Walkers to meet up for two-day event; RAMBLING. 141
Who said it. 231
Workers 'dig in' as shipyard goes into administration; BUSINESS. 255
Zwartbles' top sale goes for 2,200gn; SHOW. 147

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