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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (December 5, 2019)

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'Absolutely bogging' hotel plan finally approved by councillors; DESIGN. 326
'Discrepancy' with road marking at roundabout; Traffic: Corrective action is being taken after concerns voiced over arrow. RACHEL LEE 411
'No doubt' that otter found dead is Cooper; WILDLIFE. RACHEL LEE Obituary 181
? Weekend. Louie Spence 227
Accessibility of mental health services to be up for discussion; STANDARDS. 238
Activists banned from protesting on Shell's rigs; Court: Oil giant wins legal battle with Greenpeace. 313
Ageing school gets low mark for suitability; Education: Parents call for primary to be replaced after 'poor' grading. KIERAN BEATTIE 395
All-action fightback earns Dons a vital draw; ?Reds show true grit to claw back two-goal deficit. PAUL THIRD AT PITTODRIE 811
All-action fightback earns Dons a vital point; ? True grit on show as Aberdeen battle to draw from 2-0 down ABERDEEN 2 RANGERS 2. PAUL THIRD AT PITTODRIE 807
Auctioneer starts loyalty programme for farmers; Livestock: Preferential rates of commission for shareholding customers. NANCY NICOLSON 299
Baby Jesus is back in the manger after vandal attack; RELIGION. JON HEBDITCH 229
Bigger home was perfect fit for family. 307
Bold selection choices paid off in long overdue victory. JOHN MAXWELL 301
Bond breaks out the big guns in No Time To Die; CINEMA. LAURA HARDING 307
Brown seals last-gasp win for the Hoops. 368
Brown seals last-gasp win for the Hoops; SCOTTISH PREMIERSHIP ACTION CELTIC 2 HAMILTON 1. 339
Bungling Boris will boost SNP's big vote... but that can't disguise their big problems. Alex Bell 899
Care worker avoids jail over fraud; COURT. 221
Carlton forced to concede defeat; RECRUITMENT. 190
Change in law has had dramatic impact on pubs in country areas; BUSINESS. 397
Charities share business bosses' PS40,000 donation; Pre-Christmas windfall will mainly benefit children's groups. JAMES WYLLIE 379
Charity brings together one million tree seeds; CONSERVATION. 204
Charity woman praised for work; COMMUNITY. 112
Chest wounds killed bridge terror victims; INQUEST. 161
Child rapist who shared pictures of abuse jailed; Court: Judge says crime was 'beyond description'. 436
CINEMA; THE BIG RELEASE. DAMON SMITH 494
Collective award is praised by Emin; TURNER PRIZE. 110
COMING SOON... 342
Controversial zip wire attraction for Kinlochleven wins approval; PROJECT. 283
Cosmic story of giant and dwarf is a first; SCIENCE. 194
Council legal action against organiser of independence event; Law and order: Proceedings over August march in Aberdeen. JON HEBDITCH 339
CUA; FRIDAY DECEMBER 6. 174
Death Notices. 1555
Decline in drink-driving stalls since limit cut; POLICING ? Police chief says rigorous enforcement will continue in bid to change habits five years after alcohol cutoff lowered. KIERAN BEATTIE 759
Depraved predator who raped toddler jailed for 13 years; Fiend's abuse of two-year-old girl went 'beyond description'. 186
DEREK MCINNES. 257
Determined United set stall out to retain Aberdeenshire Shield; FORMARTINE. 168
Dismay for gran as visits ended by lift fault; PEOPLE. KAITLIN EASTON 265
DORA AND THE LOST CITY OF GOLD. 175
Driving down tolerance on drink-driving; The Voice of the North. 275
Effort to ramp up risk of getting caught; LAW. KIERAN BEATTIE 245
Eight years' jail for sex attacker; CRIME. 254
Erdogan to attend mosque opening; TURKEY. SAM RUSSELL 146
Ex-rival is now backing Blackford; SNP. DANIEL O'DONOGHUE 154
Ex-Scots captain Barclay calls it a career; RUGBY UNION. 150
Expulsion of Russians in killing probe; Germany: Two diplomats are ejected. DAVID RISING 273
Fears over tax changes to offshore contractors; North Sea: Concerns for rights with rollout of off-payroll working rules. DAVID MCPHEE 482
Fight to save geese from being shot by wildfowlers; Council: Plea to respect Nature's Rights. RACHEL LEE 386
Finance chief is given new job; MORRISONS. REBECCA BUCHAN 102
Firm taking legal action over ferry contract process; Transport: CalMac is suing Scottish Government. TOM PETERKIN POLITICAL EDITOR 354
First Lady bags a day of charity gift-giving; VISIT. RYAN HOOPER 229
FUNBOX; SATURDAY DECEMBER 7. 194
Go Places With Pork campaign hailed success; Meat: Majority had seen TV advert at least once. GEMMA MACKENZIE 617
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. Philippa Gerrard's 556
GREAT FUN? OH YES IT IS! Still feeling a bit bah humbug? Philippa Gerrard has put together a handy panto guide to get you into the Christmas spirit. Philippa Gerrard 982
HBD to ramp up activities in region; EVENTS. 183
Health board outlines vision to tackle obesity; REPORTS. 207
Heraldry chiefs up in arms over bogus peer; Lord Lyon: Court calls man's title document a 'crude forgery'. SHONA GOSSIP 444
Horoscopes. Patrick Arundell 674
Improved rail services to reduce 'frustration' Transport: Boss says trains to double for north-east travellers. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 361
In search of flue vaccine for this problem; Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 154
INEW TO DVD, BLU-RAY & DOWNLOAD; ONCE UPON A TIME... IN HOLLYWOOD HHHHH. 200
Jambos laud MacLean late leveller; HEARTS 1 LIVINGSTON 1. 205
JAMIE'S XMAS POP-UP; FROM SATURDAY DECEMBER 7. 158
Johnson's promises on Brexit and laws dismissed as 'fantasy' CONSERVATIVES. 406
KEEPING IT REEL; It's lights, camera and action for the annual Cromarty Film Festival, writes Susan Welsh. Susan Welsh 785
Key role at health board has been filled; NHS. MICHELLE HENDERSON 211
KPMG set for city centre office; EXCLUSIVE. KEITH FINDLAY 399
Lawrie captain of Junior Ryder Cup side; GOLF. 281
Let's have a level playing field. Stephen Gallacher 483
LISTINGS YOUR ESSENTIAL GUIDE WHAT WHERE WHEN. 4086
Livestock. 535
Man admits theft, reset and drug supply offences; CRIME. 298
Man fined for email threat; Court: Oil worker who said first minister 'needed a bullet' told to pay PS1,000. JAMES WYLLIE 378
Marischal Square relocation plans are moving along; BASE. 179
Mixed report given for care home; INSPECTION. RACHEL LEE 230
MORROCCO AT THE RENDEZVOUS; FROM FRIDAY DECEMBER 6. 234
Mortuaries 'no longer fit for purpose' ? New facilities to ensure 'dignity for the deceased'. KAITLIN EASTON Obituary 399
Mortuary boost to give 'dignity for the deceased' 'Innovative' development to replace existing facilities. KAITLIN EASTON Obituary 392
Motive snaps up Norwegian subsea services company. ALLISTER THOMAS 214
Mountain man steps down; Emergency: Rescue team leader decides to rejoin ranks after years in top role. MICHELLE HENDERSON 419
Move to stop tax rise for private schools rejected; Holyrood: MSPs oppose Tory amendments to Bill. TOM PETERKIN 329
Museum bags a Maggie artefact; EXHIBITION. 152
Neither libera1 nor democrats; Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 333
NEW IN CINEMAS; MOTHERLESS BROOKLYN (15). 454
North-east man lands top fish role; Produce: Businessman is boss of UK operations for Danish company. REBECCA BUCHAN 209
Not a fan of shorts but I am a fan of Larrazabal. 228
On this day. 173
Organiser of indy march faces court action over PS6k bill; City council seeks to recover costs of traffic management. JON HEBDITCH 192
Paper sculpture helps to keep children in the loop; ART. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 269
Pisa testing points out our problems; Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 118
Plug and abandonment business 'expected' loss; Industry: Well-Safe Solutions received a PS66 million investment this year. REBECCA BUCHAN 368
Plumber bids to expand his free services; Fundraising: Tradesman offers help for elderly and disabled customers. ALISTAIR MASON 259
Police response to protest strikes; FRANCE. 117
POP IDOL RETURNS; '80s pop sensation Matt Goss chats to Philippa Gerrard about life in Vegas and his love of good old-fashioned country pubs. Philippa Gerrard 961
Pound up with bets on Tory win; MARKETS. 291
Power of this recovery will resonate for some time. CHRIS CRIGHTON 313
Public health director highlights north-east's problem with obesity; REPORTS. 385
Public to be asked for views over sale of park; DEVELOPMENT. TAMSIN GRAY 171
Pulling out all the stops for winter fun on slopes; Event: Snow made to order as Cairngorm Mountain prepares for big season. MICHELLE HENDERSON 436
Q&A; Steve Byrne Alistair Heather discusses using the native Scots tongue with one of Scotland's most sought-after accompanists. Alistair Heather 722
Quiz out of fashion with PS6.8m pre-tax losses; RETAIL. SIMON NEVILLE 229
Rashford takes plaudits as United beat Spurs. 361
Red Devils edge out Spurs; Rashford nets twice to spoil Mourinho's return to Old Trafford. 477
Reds go nap in derby blitz; ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE Toffees boss on brink as Klopp's men fire in five to stay clear at top. 531
RELAX BY THE SHORE; Sarah Howden enjoys the perfect getaway in a plush holiday home in the seaside town of Elie, one of the jewels of the East Neuk of Fife. Sarah Howden 744
Resilient Reds make point; AFC: McInnes proud of Dons after courageous comeback. PAUL THIRD 385
ROTHES 4 NAIRN 1: SPEYSIDERS TO THE FOUR AS THEY BOOK LEAGUE CUP LAST-EIGHT BERTH. 272
ScotRail promising increase in seats and services; TRANSPORT. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 243
Scott's 2020 vision for GB relay after missing out in Glasgow; SWIMMING. 180
Seasonal cheer for users of dialysis unit; COMMUNITY. 150
Second round of objections to Loch Ness pumped hydro scheme; DEVELOPMENT. 365
Shortage of nurses leaves ward in jeopardy; STAFFING. MICHELLE HENDERSON 223
Silva on brink as Liverpool go nap in Merseyside derby. 330
SKIPPINISH; SATURDAY DECEMBER 7. 173
Solution to fuel problem sought; MACHINERY. GEMMA MACKENZIE 151
Sorry Saints undone at home by Well. 183
SPORT ON TV. 203
Stalemate lifts St Johnstone off the bottom. 307
Stalemate lifts St Johnstone off the bottom. 297
Stendel edges closer to Jambos job. 235
STEVEN FERGUSON. 271
Stewart at double for Staggies; Dingwall: Forward' s brace ends poor run ROSSCOUNTY 2 HIBERNIAN 1. ANDY SKINNER 225
Stewart at double to end County winless run; ? Striker strikes twice to halt recent slide at the 10th attempt. ANDY SKINNER AT VICTORIA PARK 964
Sturgeon hits back after financial body predicts tax rises or huge cuts under SNP; SPENDING. 375
Subsidence fear restrictions stay; ROADS. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 240
Swinson bitterly opposed winson to 'chaos' of indyref2; ? Lib Dems will not work with SNP if vote is the price. DANIEL O'DONOGHUE 717
The language of home leads to progress. Tom McKean 988
THE XCERTS; THURSDAY DECEMBER 5. 221
Theatre group swans into the village hall for panto; PERFORMANCE. 221
Thousands inspired by Edi Swan. 415
Thumbs up for MacGregor; Midfielder ready to stake claim for starting spot following injury CHAMPIONSHIP. ANDY SKINNER 427
Trial told accused attacked two men; COURT. 116
Trump jets home as film shows leaders gossiping; Annoyed president calls Canada's prime minister 'two-faced'. DANIEL O'DONOGHUE 386
TRY GETTING CREATIVE; IF YOU DO THING WITH 1 YOUR FAMILY... VISIT AN ARTS & CRAFTS FAIR Philippa Gerrard has an insider tip for finding some unusual Christmas presents. Philippa Gerrard 672
tv highlights. 347
Use of noise device sparks probe; LICENSING. 104
Waiting times are better than Scottish average; TARGETS. KAITLIN EASTON 214
Water play area to splash down in Nairn; ? New structure will be the first of its kind in Highland. SUSY MACAULAY 330
We are delighted - with[...]. STEVEN FERGUSON 274
Weeding is going robotic; Technology: Tom, Dick and Harry to map and zap pests then plant at farm. SAM RUSSELL 454
Well's great Scott nets a brace. 286
Wheels in rapid motion for completion of skate parks; Community: Clubs say cheers to BrewDog and Co-op as donations received. TAMSIN GRAY 441
Who said it. 229
Who wants this Brave New World? Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 110
Why I'd like Tiger to equal Nicklaus record. 201
Winless no more as County see off Hibees; SCOTTISH PREMIERSHIP ACTION ? Stewart strikes twice to end recent slide at the 10th attempt ROSSCOUNTY 2 HIBERNIAN 1. ANDY SKINNER AT VICTORIA PARK 780
Woman fined over racist comments in launderette; COURT. JAMES WYLLIE 216
Woman's pledge to tackle clothing landfill crisis; ENVIRONMENT. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 262

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