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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (December 20, 2019)

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'Heavy heart' as New Year event cancelled; Fundraising: Lack of organisers for Boys' Walk in Moray town. DAVID MACKAY 389
Academic in running for prize with waste retrieval idea; ENVIRONMENT. 192
All parties agree that Donnelly should quit; Council: Meeting enshrines call to resign now as official policy. JON HEBDITCH 383
Analysis: Labour's 'Old Marley' is butt of jokes on the benches. DANIEL O'DONOGHUE 252
Banchory' s Rees in the running for British side; ? European Championships in 2020 first aim for sprinter. FRASER CLYNE 458
Beds added to Highland hospice unit; Care: Response to increased demand. SUSY MACAULAY 231
Bella fans Heaven-bound as Emeli and Nile booked; Music: Festival bosses celebrate as world-class headliners added to line-up. RITA CAMPBELL 402
Blackford accuses cuses premier of disrespect for 'playing' on phone; SCOTLAND. 342
Buckingham Palace blockbuster for Nolan; HONOURS. 261
Bullying and abuse is an 'everyday' concern; Social media: Councillors reveal the startling extent of threats. SUSY MACAULAY 486
Busiest cash day for Post Offices; MONEY. 149
Care at young people's home is praised; INSPECTION. RACHEL LEE 226
Cash to help develop plastic-free packaging; ENVIRONMENT ? Firm uses langoustine shells for innovate wrap. RITA CAMPBELL 384
Chinese appear to have landed major Scottish wind farm contract; WORK. 307
Church renovation proposals approved; DEVELOPMENT ? Plans should breathe new life into historic city kirk. JAMES WYLLIE 528
Concern over NHS Highland's PS20 million locum and agency bill; GOVERNMENT. 288
Conviction quashed for former MP; Court: Miscarriage of justice ruling. Medical condition overview 274
Cosgrove focused despite links to England; PITTODRIE. 281
Cosgrove's southern comfort; AFC: Striker says English attention can spur him to new heights at Reds. JAMIE DURENT 470
Councillor' s resignation now overdue; The Voice of the North. 245
Cove duo and Rothes pair in SFA gambling rap; DISCIPLINARY. 328
Craft brewer selling up to drink in new challenges; FOOD&DRINK. STAN ARNAUD 436
Crossing patroller points to risks of icy paths; WEATHER. 263
Decade-long masterplan could ease service strain; Strategy aims to improve wellbeing of people of all ages in Moray. RACHEL LEE 346
Dons have security for their star attractions; ? Players on long-term deals keeping Reds in the box seat. JAMIE DURENT 397
Dons have security for their star attractions; SCOTTISH PREMIERSHIP ? Players on long-term deals keeping Reds in the box seat. JAMIE DURENT 397
Drinks firm cheers win in 'David and Goliath' battle; Dispute: Couple cleared to use Loch Ness in the name of their company. CHRIS MACLENNAN 392
Drivers warned as frost forecast; ROADS. 118
Drug-crazed man jailed after cutting off woman's hand; Court: Victim subjected to 'horrendous violence'. JAKE KEITH 497
Effort to recover Scottish miners advances; TRAGEDY. 254
Event will feature field full of leading figures; CURLING. 251
Events to share funding pot of PS90,000; COUNCIL. RITA CAMPBELL 233
Exodus down Govan way; ? Gerrard confirms Docherty and five others in clearout frame. ANDY NEWPORT 635
Exodus down Govan way; Gerrard confirms Docherty and five others in clearout frame. ANDY NEWPORT 635
Expert Frank's workplace is an actual minefield; War: Ex-soldier was due to fly on copter which crashed. NEIL DRYSDALE 498
Fashion and top sculptor on show at gallery; CULTURE. JON HEBDITCH 194
Fire crews struggle to control 100 blazes; AUSTRALIA. 137
Firms' final bids to buy Just Eat; FOOD. HENRY SAKER-CLARK 284
FM seeks indyref powers for Holyrood; ? Sturgeon makes formal request despite expecting refusal from UK Government. TOM PETERKIN POLITICAL EDITOR 596
Folk group heading Down Under; MUSIC. 230
Fowler: No boss so no more excuses; KILMARNOCK. 275
Funding to develop innovative packaging; Firm uses langoustine shells for plastic-free wrap. RITA CAMPBELL 382
Fur flies as reviewers get claws out for Cats movie; Cinema: Critics call film 'star-spangled calamity' with 'no heart or soul'. KEIRAN SOUTHERN Movie review 340
Gardiner upbeat as club attempts to tackle PS892,000 loss; AGM. 266
Gardner cultivates youth as he gets More job; SHINTY. 339
Global recognition won by Cairngorm reindeer; Attraction hailed as one of guide's best snow and ice experiences. 407
Global recognition won by Cairngorm reindeer; TOURISM ? Attraction hailed as one of guide's best snow and ice experiences. 407
Grant support ensures special show; EDUCATION. RITA CAMPBELL 231
Grieving mother starts campaign on treatment; HEALTH ? Angela Bain wants 'Amy's Rule' to help families raise concerns. TOM PETERKIN POLITICAL EDITOR 508
Grieving mother: My beautiful girl was failed by NHS; Mum launches campaign for 'Amy's Rule' after five-year-old's death. TOM PETERKIN 161
Historic result? Probably too early to say. Jim Hunter 896
Horoscopes. Patrick Arundell 681
How do we explain the festering banana and unmade bed? Well, that's the magic. Catherine Deveney 883
How hard work saved the career of defender McGregor; HIBERNIAN. 331
IT security course for north firm; OU: Graduate apprenticeship offered. STAN ARNAUD 200
IT system was delivered late for additional PS22.1m; DISCLOSURE. CRAIG PATON 328
John Deere dismisses dealer rumours; MACHINERY. 135
Johnson heralds a new 'golden age' ? Prime minister unveils his blueprint for Britain and promises a great year. DANIEL O'DONOGHUE WESTMINSTER REPORTER 624
Laidlaw calls time on his Scots career; Rugby extra: Tribute to Borders terrier who has captaincy record. NEIL DRYSDALE 532
Life is not going downhill for skiing 92-year-old; PEOPLE. ROD MINCHIN 276
Livestock. 355
Man cut from overturned vehicle in rush-hour crash; EMERGENCY. KAITLIN EASTON 241
Minute's silence to be held for Lewis; Rugby union: Carson says Highland squad will rally together after death of team-mate. ANDY SKINNER 458
Murray overlooked for party's key Scottish role; LABOUR. 228
New rule would give three steps to address any worries; HOW IT WORKS. 192
New wind farm plans hit turbulence from locals; Energy: Many villagers say they feel 'under siege' over green developments. CHRIS MACLENNAN 445
No more holding the Fort; ? MacMorran calls time after guiding Claggan club through crisis HFL LATEST. DANNY LAW 516
North councillors subjected to rape and death threats; Politicians reveal daily torment of online bullying and abuse. SUSY MACAULAY 211
Not a turkey in sight as goats devour sprouts; ANIMALS. JON HEBDITCH 143
On this day. 177
Opposition parties claim new law is all about an independence poll; BILL. 396
Points are made with half-time team talk; ? Optimism as Robertson takes stock at halfway stage. ANDY SKINNER 444
Police officer's drunk charge dropped by fiscal; COURT. 232
Pupils express career aspirations through art; COMPETITION. REBECCA BUCHAN 231
Pupils taught firefighting and teamwork; EDUCATION. 141
Putin brands impeachment 'far-fetched' Russia: President blames Democrats. 279
RBS says two top bosses leaving; BANKING. 180
Record-breaking boxer dies at 72. Obituary 301
Red meat sector starts fightback over Veganuary; Campaign: Wholesalers aim to 'bust the myths'. NANCY NICOLSON 303
Reducing BiFab's losses fails to stop yard closing; ? Union blames government for mothballing of firm's Arnish base. DAVID MCPHEE 296
Regulator warns about transaction 'drag' effect; Deals: Fines of PS1m could be issued. MARK LAMMEY 391
Ruthless Henderson feels his arrows can still sharpen up; Darts: Highlander untroubled as he negotiates opener in London. CALLUM LAW 499
Santa in special fundraiser for children's charities; EVENT. RACHEL LEE 207
Scheme aims to mentor future art critics; GAELIC. CHRIS MACLENNAN 221
Scots have chosen a different path; 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 134
Scottish businesses' major mission to forge new links with China; TRADE. 219
Scrimping on salt costs NHS an arm or a leg. 147
SELECTIONS: HAREEM QUEEN CAN TRIUMPH AT SOUTHWELL. 124
Service to mark work done on church; RESTORATION. 247
Share festive photos for rural charity. GEMMA MACKENZIE 200
Sheep spillage as trailer rolls over; INCIDENT. CHRIS MACLENNAN 128
Simpson sets his sights on competing for a marathon spot in Tokyo; ROUND-UP. 382
Smith can see shoots of recovery under new manager; TYNECASTLE. 306
SPORT ON TELEVISION. 294
Staggies squad hit by virus; County: Match against Livi thrown into doubt as 10 players are struck down. ANDY SKINNER 420
Staggies squad struck down by virus; COUNTY. 258
Starved dog died 'a slow, painful death' ANIMALS. KIERAN BEATTIE 237
Stockpiling 'necessary' to mitigate Brexit effect; Food: Baxters' boss aware accumulation of raw materials is not efficient. STAN ARNAUD 512
Storm brews over drive-thru; PLANNING ? Residents pour cold water on proposals for retail centre and coffee shop. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 554
Surprise! Oh sorry, were you terrified? LANGUAGE. 121
Target set for grouse moor; Review: Licensing recommended if raptor populations do not improve. LUCINDA CAMERON 385
Texel gimmer leads way at Highland Ladies sale; Sheep: Robbie Wilson's champion out in front at the marts for 4,000gn. KATRINA MACARTHUR 411
Three men admit assault charges; COURT. ANA DA SILVA 237
Titanic survivor finally given fitting memorial; Ceremony: Great-granddaughter delighted as her detective work pays off. NEIL DRYSDALE 526
Toffees to stick with Ferguson for visit of Arsenal; ENGLAND. 239
Tories and Lib Dems attack SNP over record in final FMQs of 2019; OPPOSITION. 323
Tories need to look at own reactions; 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 113
Traders shrug off Trump's trials; MARKETS. 301
tv highlights. 320
Two hurt in city attack; Incident: Both men taken to hospital after alleged assault involving weapon. KAITLIN EASTON 287
Two new deputies unveiled for city civic role; LORD PROVOST. JON HEBDITCH 247
Unions backing new PSO status for airport; TRANSPORT. 158
United calls for sex assault councillor to step down. JON HEBDITCH 227
We need a return to good manners; 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 141
Who said it. 231
Wilson named Walker Cup captain; GOLF. 262
Woman jailed for shaking baby to appeal; COURT. 247

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