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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (December 14, 2019)

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'Economic miracle' worker and exile. 271
'Extremely worried' O'Hara says no-deal is still on the table; REACTION. RITA CAMPBELL 240
'It's time Boris Johnson ohnson started listening' ? Nicola Sturgeon says referendum document will be published next week. TOM PETERKIN POLITICAL EDITOR 579
'We should push ahead with Brexit' TORIES. 339
A gobble-worthy dinner; Christmas tips Sidestep those rookie errors that risk turning Christmas dinner into a meal you'll want to forget... 668
A WINTER WHIRLWIND; Ana Da Silva gets out of her festive funk and into the spirit of the season by taking a trip to Edinburgh's Christmas Market. Ana Da Silva 864
Administration welcomed by oil and gas sector; ENERGY. 292
Administration welcomed by oil and gas sector; FOSSIL FUELS. 292
Agricultural valuers form new association. 138
Aircraft forced to land due to storm; AVIATION. 116
All For Blood; EXTRACT 1 OF 2 His attention is drawn to one grave, which he has never noticed before". John Pendleton All For Blood 843
Arrests in alleged trailer theft case; CRIME. 121
Art trail will light the way to cancer support; CHARITY. 290
Barton tells of unusual injury; Strictly Come Dancing finalists reveal their highs, lows, panic and nerves. 577
BAUBLELICIOUS! From the traditional to the utterly mad, Philippa Gerrard has selected some of the funkiest Christmas baubles to adorn your tree this year. Philippa Gerrard 224
Bespoke solutions coming forward for tractor and implement control. PETER HILL 436
Blackford warns of battle ahead after 'clear message' to Johnson; MANDATE. 361
BLADE RUNNERS; Scotland's Charity Air Ambulance is called upon to save lives, often in extreme circumstances. Ellie House finds out what happens from the moment the emergency call is made. Ellie House 1796
Bobby dazzlers. 244
Boost for active schools project; FUNDING. 110
Call out to bird count volunteers. 103
Calls for safe crossing point; Transport: Pupils have to cross busy trunk road to catch their bus to school. 432
Campbell in dark over future as loan deal nears end; FRASERBURGH. 311
Campbell' s following a blueprint to Reds glory; ? Shinnie, McLean and Jack all the inspiration he needs. JAMIE DURENT 660
Carlaw 'disappointed' at loss of Scottish Tory seats; CONSERVATIVE. 612
Carmichael retains his seat but rules out leadership challenge; RE-ELECTED. 316
Carrot ribbon salad with ginger, parsley and dates. Recipe 174
Catch them while they're around. 363
Cathedral repair fund given PS40k; HERITAGE. KAITLIN EASTON 289
Cheese and chocolate; Paul Grant, executive chef at Meldrum House Country Hotel, shares two fabulous dishes from the hotel's new Pineapple Grill and Seafood Restaurant. 376
Chicken salad pittas; lunch box. 143
Children get Festival of Sport off to a flying start; Youngsters try out new activities and meet sporting champions. DANIEL BOAL 376
Chipper and coffee shop cash for Cfine; FUNDRAISER. 114
Chocolate bueno. Recipe 266
Close call: 'Stunned' Stone was certain he had lost. 272
Close: Bowie relieved to win. 174
Coastal communities are being ignored by first minister, claims Tory after re-election; CONSERVATIVE. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 285
Coastguards commended for heroic rescue attempt; Ceremony: Officers are recognised for efforts to save woman who drowned. RACHEL LEE 362
Coastguards commended for trying to rescue woman; BRAVERY. RACHEL LEE 287
Cold buckwheat noodles. Recipe 165
Complacency warning as Moray men home in on basement boys; ELGIN CITY. ANDY SKINNER 511
Councillor guilty of sex assault; Court: Ex-deputy provost 'touched and kissed' man. DAVID PROCTOR 615
Cove just wild about Harry and it's mutual; ? Annual glory days make it easy for defender to commit. JAMIE DURENT 530
Cricket stars to host masterclass; EVENT. 199
critics' choice. 333
critics' choice. 333
CROWNING GLORIES. DEREK LORD TV REVIEW Television program review 817
Delight as new dance event looks set to Make It Happen; Event: Hundreds of children to take part in alternative show at P&J Live. REBEKAH MCVEY 418
Donaldson ton-up in a place he Colls shots; ? Inverness defender proud to restore run of clean sheets. ANDY SKINNER 410
DORIC COLUMN ROBBIE SHEPHERD; To contact Robbie, email and mark your message FAO Robbie Shepherd. Column 674
Double joy for city MP as wife will soon give birth; SNP. 294
Drivers caught in spot checks; ROADS. 111
Dundee players cancel party to train; DENS PARK. 298
Election result lifts UK business; MARKETS. AUGUST GRAHAM 282
Eruption danger remains as more bodies recovered; Disaster: Volcano monitored for further activity. TREVOR MARSHALLSEA 366
Farm leaders want certainty as Tories storm to majority. GEMMA MACKENZIE 401
Female Lib Dems hailed; ? Defeated leader hints she would like a woman to succeed. PATRICK DALY 437
Female Lib Dems hailed; Outgoing leader hints she would like a woman to succeed. PATRICK DALY 648
Ferguson backed for Scots; HAMILTON. 216
First minister sees SNP gains as perfect referendum catalyst; INDYREF. TOM PETERKIN 344
Forward eyes first away victory of season; SAINTS. 273
FRESH, FUN AND FEMININE; Wearing pink and red together was once considered a fashion faux pas. Philippa Gerrard found out why it's one of the season's coolest colour pairings. Philippa Gerrard 307
Fundraising music made by teacher; Charity: Album for Versus Arthritis. 371
Gaelic language body told improvement is required; Report: Bord na Gaidhlig warned over its leadership and decision-making. CHRIS MACLENNAN 356
Generous donation brings centre closer to completion; Gift: Local business owners hand over sizeable sum to Sue Ryder charity. NEIL DRYSDALE 500
GIVE THE GIFT OF TIME THIS YEAR; Regardless of age, feelings of loneliness and isolation often intensify at Christmas. Taking a moment to spend time with someone who lives alone might just be the best gift you give this year. 821
Green's PS310m deal to rescue Topshop; RETAIL. AUGUST GRAHAM 295
Greenwood is ideal symbol for United landmark game; Everton game is 4,000th in row with Red Devils youth graduate. SIMON PEACH 549
Hial invites remote traffic control system tenders; Controversial plans have sparked fears for safety and job losses. RACHEL LEE 416
High-stakes gamble pays off for Johnson; ? PM should have the numbers 'to get Brexit done' TORIES. 436
High-stakes gamble pays off for Johnson; PM should have the numbers 'to get Brexit done' TORIES. PA REPORTERS 438
Highland Rugby Club is rocked by death of player; Tributes: Lewis MacDonald 'well-liked and bubbly'. CHRIS MACLENNAN 399
Horoscopes. Patrick Arundell 658
Hotel plans for former care home; Development: Revised proposals to address traffic and local impact fears. MICHELLE HENDERSON 401
Hurricane hails well test results from new start-up; Oil company 'delighted' as Lancaster produces first revenues. ALLISTER THOMAS 350
I'm so happy to be home - Christmas in Los Angeles just isn't the same; The mezzo-soprano from Methlick and vocal coach to the stars. YVIE BURNETT 746
Impeachment approved; US: Committee splits down party lines as Democrats charge the president. LISA MASCARO 426
Independence or disaster, insists MacNeil; ?GENERAL ELECTION 2019 ? 'Powers of normal country' needed to solve problems. 385
Independence: Aberdeen MP sees SNP's gains as backing for poll. 282
Industry now talking more openly about mental health; In her monthly column, Susan Webb, director of public health for NHS Grampian, discusses the importance of being open about mental health. Column 331
Judge impressed at Black Beauty show; Farm Diary Do you have an event you would like us to cover? Write to: FarmDiary, The Press and Journal, 1 Marischal Square, Broad Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1BL Email To purchase the photos, call 01224 343332 or visit 209
Large number of marginals raise stakes in next vote; ANALYSIS. CALUM ROSS 288
Leitch looks to mine precious commodity in visit to Diamonds; PETERHEAD. CALLUM LAW 692
Lennon kept his best in reserve for Hibs. 271
Lighting the North for a good cause; FUNDRAISING. 263
Macphie's appetite for growth pays off; Food: New international brand contracts feeds turnover rise. REBECCA BUCHAN 333
Macrae won't lose focus; No room for sentiment as Brora forward faces former club Forres. JAMIE DURENT 510
Man dies following explosion in his flat; GERMANY. 153
Man fined PS175 after flying drone bought for child's birthday; Court: Father was not aware of drone regulations at the time. TAMSIN GRAY 356
Man who broke in to homes awaits sentence; COURT. 130
Man, 48, admits cannabis charge; COURT. 116
McAllister: Silver service required to succeed; RANGERS. 371
Mercedes-Benz reaching new heights. 221
Micro-maltings gets going. NANCY NICOLSON 351
midweek meal. Recipe 793
More decency, less hatred, for unity; Letters to the editor Write to: Letters to the editor, The Press and Journal, 1 Marischal Square, Broad Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1BL. email: All letters are subject to editing and must include your full address and daytime telephone number for verification. Thank you. Letter to the editor 265
Mother and baby deal for Boots; MOTHERCARE. REBECCA BUCHAN 241
Munster facing a big challenge. 136
MY LIFE; Inverness-born dancer and choreographer Claire Darcy is starring in Beauty and the Beast at Eden Court Theatre, Inverness, until Sunday January 5. CLAIRE DARCY 495
Neurological centre given early Christmas present; Health: Businessman and his wife donate six-figure sum to Dee View Court. NEIL DRYSDALE 499
New 'rally-inspired' Toyota GR Yaris. 249
New MP says he will quit as councillor; ?GENERAL ELECTION 2019 ? Two roles 'unsustainable' according to SNP group leader. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 444
Next in line: Contenders to replace Jo Swinson. 144
Norwich coach hails ex-Dons loanee; MADDISON. 258
Offshore flight is diverted due to lightning; EMERGENCY. CHRIS MACLENNAN 230
Ojo will not be rushed back in; ABERDEEN FC. 127
Ojo won't be rushed back; AFC: McInnes will take sensible approach to midfielder's recovery. JAMIE DURENT 428
On this day. 185
Park had to put cub down due to defect; WILDLIFE. 129
Park pollution worry for dog owners and walkers; Environment: Probe launched after another apparent oil spill discovered. KAITLIN EASTON 365
Park put cub to sleep due to serious condition; WILDLIFE. 138
Pay Killie all due respect; Staggies: Co-boss Kettlewell full of admiration for job Alessio is doing. ANDY SKINNER 439
Plans for fast food chain progress; DEVELOPMENT. 127
PLUMAGE ON POINT; Feathers were flying on the autumn/winter catwalks. Philippa Gerrard shows you her top picks. Philippa Gerrard 231
Prime minister in call to 'let the healing begin' ? Pledge to 'unite and level up' after emphatic victory. DANIEL O'DONOGHUE WESTMINSTER REPORTER 519
Public to have their say on conserving village; PLANNING. TAMSIN GRAY 171
Reaction: Blyth spirits. 163
Red meat, like much, is healthy in moderation; In my view. Jane Craigie 412
Renewable energy bosses seek clarity from government; INDUSTRY. 268
Renewables bosses seek clarity on EU from government; INDUSTRY. 268
Robertson hopes Christmas Storey has happy ending; MANAGER. 318
Rock bunds block landslide from roadside; ENGINEERING. RITA CAMPBELL 187
Scales of political imbalance tip one way. 200
Seaside spot that is a shore thing; Turkish Kitchen 9 Beach Esplanade, Aberdeen AB24 5NS t: 01224 595333 w: 970
Seconds out as political titans clash; The Voice of the North. 429
Selby edges out O'Sullivan to seal Scottish Open semis spot; Snooker: Jester no joke as he praises rival's ability after Glasgow win. 588
Self-cleaning surface to repel bugs; SCIENCE. 130
Sermon. 302
SKI'S THE LIMIT; Invigorate your winter-sports break with one of these great ideas, says Sarah Marshall. Sarah Marshall 627
Skipper aiming for win and a good night's sleep; KILMARNOCK. 312
Spinach scramble; breakfast. 145
Spirit Energy to operate new find; OIL&GAS. 193
Sports centre offers up festive fun to suit everyone; EVENTS. TAMSIN GRAY 246
Staggies strive for shut-out; ? Morris wants to build on victory by claiming elusive clean sheet. ANDY SKINNER 483
starters; Superberry kale and roasted garlic bruschetta. Recipe 311
STEPS OF DROVERS; Jack P Harland finds peace and beauty in Glen Esk, taking a path to Mount Keen, from where a stunning panorama can be absorbed. Jack P Harland 730
STOREY TIME; Gerard Storey continues his ride round Italy and meets a new friend with a story. Gerard Storey 421
Stout heart needed to clean up Jambos. Richard Gordon 531
STRICTLY GLITTER ONLY; Send details of your events to 204
Striker calls for United front in Wick test; ROUND-UP. 270
Students triumph at design festival awards; ART. JAMES WYLLIE 245
Study on mental health of engineering students; WELLBEING. KIERAN BEATTIE 231
Taking stock of new political landscape; ANALYSIS. DANIEL O'DONOGHUE 474
Top festive tipples; Stuck for a present idea? Susan Welsh suggests a few bottles you may like to find in Santa's stocking. Susan Welsh 684
Trump holds out prospect of 'massive' deal; TRADE. 514
TV presenter on assault charge; CELEBRITY. LUCY MAPSTONE 185
Twists in the tale an unwelcome story; Letters to the editor Write to: Letters to the editor, The Press and Journal, 1 Marischal Square, Broad Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1BL. email: All letters are subject to editing and must include your full address and daytime telephone number for verification. Thank you. Letter to the editor 125
Udny JAC's annual dinner and dance; Farm Diary Do you have an event you would like us to cover? Write to: FarmDiary, The Press and Journal, 1 Marischal Square, Broad Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1BL Email To purchase the photos, call 01224 343332 or visit 147
Uncertainty over future of appraisal wells in Greater Warwick Area; PLANNING. 289
Union opposes plans which would strip PS1.5m from rural economies; REACTION. 192
Users make tracks to tyre alternatives. PETER HILL 462
Voters motivated by fear rather than aspiration, says ex-MP Bruce; LIB DEMS. 361
Voters motivated more by fear than aspiration, claims former MP; LIB DEMS. 361
Warriors chasing double; Rennie rallies Glasgow for tilt at Champions Cup quarter-finals. 358
Warthog set to taste Caviar success at Cheltenham; RACING SELECTIONS. ANITA CHAMBERS 266
what's hot. Susan Welsh 332
Who said it. 214
Who says politics is a pain? Now, a knee square in the chuckies - that's painful; The Flying Pigs. 889
Wildlife-viewing sanctuary created by city flood scheme; Wetlands: Cycle paths and walking routes also feature in Den Burn project. KAITLIN EASTON 407
with canned food; three ways. Recipe 660
WORDS ON THE WARDS; Could you give up one hour a week to help the over-stretched NHS? Teenager Tessa Yau told Ellie House why volunteering is so rewarding for her and the patients she meets. Ellie House 904
Youngsters win praise in worldwide coding contest; Education: Pair delighted as judges highlight their programming prowess. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 441

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