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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (July 10, 2019)

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" North MPs divided over equal marriage and abortion rights; N IRELAND. 406
'Big Brother got it wrong' Television: Channel 4 head tells MPs Jade Goody scenes unacceptable today. 386
'Europe's largest' migrant centre is shut by minister; ITALY. 248
'Golden plot' helping farmers learn lessons from trials. 159
'Speak up over mental health issues' ? Successful businesswoman tells graduates her own story. 540
'Speak up over mental health issues' ? Successful businesswoman tells graduates her own story. 527
'Speak up over mental health issues' ? Successful businesswoman tells graduates her own story. 516
Accused deny knife threat on footballer; Court: Pair alleged to have smashed car window in robbery bid. 372
Accused deny knife threats to footballer; Trial: Allegations of robbery bid. 334
Accused deny knife threats to footballer; Trial: Pair alleged to have smashed car window in attempted robbery. 369
Ankle injury could keep Rooney out for long spell; ? Injury sustained by defender proves worse than first feared. 446
Anne gets peek at new viewing tower; GARDENS. 258
Appeal after theft at chipper; POLICE. 133
Balfour Beatty awarded PS37m hospitals contract; Construction: Work on 24-bed complexes to be completed by spring 2020. 258
Begbies Traynor sees rise in profit; RESULTS. 227
Bid to show 'nature is relative' ART. 112
Big Lunch for the elderly to tackle rural loneliness; Community: Project aims to bring people together to curb social isolation. 403
Blood blunder victim's wife - 'I felt suicidal' Woman claims family was subjected to 'years of lies and cover-ups'. 221
Body found wrapped in plastic in woods; PROBE. 177
Body found wrapped in plastic in woods; STORY LABEL. 177
Bold action needed to tackle drugs deaths 'emergency' HEALTH. 221
Boost for offshore vessel market failed to happen; Shipbroking: Anticipated big improvement now unlikely before 2021. 286
Bothies abused by revellers; ? Police Scotland initiative launched to tackle anti-social behaviour in huts. 382
Brexit caravan looks set to remain static. 874
Calls to improve security at city centre park; COUNCIL. 278
Captain hopes World Cup is an inspiration; NETBALL. 427
Celtic's Edouard puts the boot into Sarajavo; SARAJEVO 1 CELTIC 3. 282
Charity boosted by lorry lovers; FUNDRAISING. 141
Company urging youths to think big; AEROSPACE. 103
CONSTRUCTION Hospitals contract is worth PS37m. 174
Corrrections. 235
Cows happy on locally-sourced soya alternative; Dairy: New feedstuff trialled at north-east farm. 259
Cyclist found on road critical; EMERGENCY. 182
Death of former champion amateur Horner; RACING. 240
Deaths. 1637
Deer farm estate on market for PS2.85m; PROPERTY. 205
Devolution: Settlement 'not up for renegotiation' says Mundell. 152
Disease control among big aims; PIG INDUSTRY. 162
Dismay at Christmas spirit and driving test cheats, I'll pin my hopes on striking it lucky. 895
Dons must seize control; AFC: European debutant Hedges rallies Reds to make flying start against Finns. 471
Driver hunted as girl injured in hit-and-run d n; Lois, 15, left with pieces of Audi's tyre lodged in her leg wound. 240
Dumping ground crisis as fly-tipping blights north-east g t; Thousands of incidents recorded but only handful of culprits caught. 222
Federer cautious; SINGLES. 146
Fish farm giant to close two of its sea loch sites; Proposals: Mowi's plans to relocate dependent on regulators' support. 391
Floor of games hall at campus to be replaced; Council: Latest difficulty for hub sees cancellation of holiday lets. 376
Fly-tippers lazy, selfish and ignorant; The Voice of the North. 252
Forester's quietly formidable; Alan Douglas spends a few days in the company of Subaru's Forester SUV and finds that underneath a few superficial tweaks there lies a familiar and highly capable workhorse. 835
Forfar fireworks down Cove; Sides trade blows early before Mackintosh's late show seals win. 512
Former White House challenger Perot dies aged 89. 223
Fraser just weeks away from gruelling cycle ride; Charity: North-east man planning UK-long trip in aid of Epilepsy Scotland. 435
Funding for Scots creative arts to continue; TASGADH. 233
Gallery to reopen with exhibition of Aberdeen at leisure; Culture: Celebration of Granite City by top photographer to draw crowds. 357
Gerrard insists patience will prove a virtue. 287
Gift shop owner spared jail over PS285,000 fraud; Oil and gas consultant funnelled cash through her failing business. 192
Going for industry gold; Awards: Finalists named in two coveted categories for North Sea accolades. 281
Grass cutting returns to prominent public areas; Community: Maintenance for three green spaces after campaign success. 379
Hatton man wins Trainee Deckhand of the Year trophy; AWARD. 364
Head teacher joins officers on patrol; POLICE. 251
History is made with tie-breaker; AROUND THE COURTS DOUBLES. 164
Hit-and-run teen's agony; Reckless: Victim left with skin ripped off and rubber in leg after car struck. 501
Hoops show spirit in Sarajevo win. 215
Horoscopes. 686
Hotel chain to be fined PS99m over 2014 data breach; Watchdog: 'Organisations must be accountable'. 242
India bowlers to fore in Old Trafford washout. 252
Invincible Edu thrilled by return to Arsenal; NEW ROLE. 309
It was all worth it for mum; ACCOUNTING. 115
James hooked by Pike series; When it comes to cars built purely for fun, no one does it better than the Japanese. Welcome to the wonderfully weird world of the Nissan Pao, writes Philippa Gerrard. 905
Johnson and Hunt slug it out for No 10 ? Duo go head to head in feisty TV debate. 456
Just six fly-tippers go to court in past seven years; LITTERING. 341
Keatings aiming high and eyeing up fourth promotion; STRIKER. 329
Keeper hot for chance to catch Dons cold; ? Reguero's reminder Finns are halfway through season. 635
Keeper hot for chance to catch Dons cold; ? Reguero's reminder Finns are halfway through season. 637
Knifeman broke into home to demand cash; BREAK-IN. 258
Konta counted out at last-eight again; British No 1 hits back at suggestions she wilted under pressure of favourite's tag against Strycova. 744
Labour will campaign to Remain; REFERENDUM. 349
Leak: 'A range of villains' responsible. 170
Lives 'devastated' by tainted transfusions; Inquiry: Wife of haemophiliac shares hour-long testimony. 650
Loch Ness trail launches website; OUTDOORS. Website overview 208
London markets suffer slight fall; STOCKS. 290
Long delays after planes collide on airport runway; Incident: Five-hour wait for aircraft's passengers. 284
M&S boss hints more closures possible; RETAIL. 295
MacIntyre debut draw is the stuff of dreams; ? 'Wee Oban boy' is alongside big stars McIlroy and Fowler. 801
Major boost for cancer research; The Voice of the North. 118
Majority backing for takeover; RETAIL. 201
Man, 30, jailed for stabbing friend; SENTENCE. 270
May on Ross County radar; Staggies: Aberdeen striker emerges as potential target for Premiership new boys. 430
McConnell calls for 'radical transformation' ESSAY. 353
Mearns campaigner inspires an army of dog-walking litter pickers; WASTE. 312
Military museum fighting fit after success of first year; Heritage: Volunteers at RAF centre pleased with operation after slow start. 359
MP hits out at 'bizarre' reply on speeding; ROADS. 298
Murray return to singles still on ice; REHAB. 111
Museum has 1,000 visitors in a year; MILITARY. 120
New deal for young drivers; INSURANCE. 125
New guide tells the story of island's place names; HERITAGE ? Bilingual booklet celebrates link between language and land. 382
New Navara picks up 'hero' baton. 277
New offshore wind supply chain fund; Innovation: PS1.5 million open to companies to hone products. 344
No room left for treasure in Aladdin's Cave; Trove: Staney Hill museum store is now badly in need of a replacement. 494
Nothing wrong with pitch Derek; 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 212
Offshore vessels boost delayed; SHIPS. 184
On this day. 209
Only way to deal with gulls is cull; 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 154
Parents demand probe; Police: Couple want independent external inquiry into son's death. 414
People should respect NHS, not abuse it. 129
Photographs will celebrate area at reopened gallery; Art: Venue's upgrade to be completed in November. 231
Plea as thieves target rural homes; CRIME. 251
Police issue appeal to help them trace jewel thieves; CRIME. 209
Police seek hit-and-run duo who mowed down teen; HOSPITAL. 274
Potato blight warning from eminent scientist; Gathering: Strains may be insensitive to fungicide, says institute expert. 460
Pre-school worker warned after pulling child by leg; HEARING. 227
Princess officially opens PS2.4m history museum; ? Royal impresses with her knowledge of area and its community. 476
Princess Royal declares Highland museum open; HERITAGE. 258
Protesters push on despite bill declared 'dead' Hong Kong: Extradition demands continue. 334
PS285k VAT fraud gift shop owner avoids jail; COURT. 339
Qashing in on better economy; Jack McKeown puts the latest version of Nissan's 'soft roader' through its paces. 460
Quadrifoglios mark F1 return. 217
Queen insistent on tree duties; ROYALTY. 159
Ranger service warns of blaze danger; COUNTRYSIDE. 268
Record challenger visits her sponsor; CYCLING. 215
Reds target McGeouch eyes Sunderland role; TRANSFERS. 327
Researchers say fossil fuel returns now diminishing; ENERGY. 232
Residents owe hundreds of millions in council tax; Revenue: Amount outstanding increased across Highlands and north-east. 483
RGU GRADUATIONS. 2948
Rivals plan joint protest. 119
Rothes seal loan deal for young keeper; TRANSFERS. 255
Runner goes the distance; INVERURIE. 102
Ryder near misses make Knox determined; TARGET. 374
Safety warning for officers over car parking levy; Row: Police may be 'targeted' on public transport. 333
Same-day break-ins at homes probed by police; ROBBERIES. 234
Satisfaction for the rolling Stones; HOLDER. 272
School worker pulled child by the leg; HEARING. 256
SELECTIONS: MODEL GUEST TO BREAK WINLESS STREAK. 221
Size of fraud fines trebles; WATCHDOG. 118
Special-edition 500 Dolcevita. 184
St Fergus gas terminal operator appoints chief executive. 214
Stobart warns of lower earnings; HAULAGE. Financial report 271
Storytelling goes digital on islands; COMMUNITY. 268
Strike action at gas plant averted; NORTH SEA. 150
Strike action at gas terminal averted after talks; INDUSTRY. 246
Sunken warships of First World War sold on eBay; Auction: Vessels net combined total of PS85,000 - fraction of asking price. 442
Teacher snaps unusual red deer stags 'hugging' Nature: Expert believes image may be play fighting or gentle bickering. 401
TESTIMONIAL: BLANCHARD STANDS OUT AS MATCH IN HIS HONOUR ENDS ALL-SQUARE. 339
TESTIMONIAL: BLANCHARD STANDS OUT AS MATCH IN HIS HONOURS ENDS ALL-SQUARE; DEVERONVALE 1 ABERDEENXI 1. 335
Thousands of incidents of fly-tipping reported; ? Only six illegal dumpers have faced action in last seven years. 525
Time to go wild once more about the great outdoors; EVENTS. 202
Trump steps up war of words over ambassador; ? President called Sir Kim 'pompous fool'. 559
tv highlights. 328
Two cars stolen in Inverness recovered in Dundee; POLICE. 190
Two men charged after PS1k drug find; COURT. 114
Union lifts threat of strike after 'victory' Industry: Dispute resolved over firm's payments for safety work. 305
University reaches PS4.5m target for cancer research; Health: Move to attract and recruit world-class team to the north-east. 441
Unloved playground gets revamp thanks to group; Charity: Overgrown outdoor area at school transformed by Reach project. 332
Vandals smash school's windows in latest attack; Police probe as parent council voices dismay over new damage. 431
VAT fraud gift shop owner avoids prison; Court: Moray woman claimed PS285,000 in repayments. 420
Video of tragic last moments of Himalayan expedition; AVALANCHE. 250
Walkers taking on 24-hour Tranter's Round challenge; CHARITY. 275
Warning climate change will cause 'social unrest' ? Naturalist Attenborough tells parliament of great upheaval. 414
Water debris sparks worries for flooding; Burn: Residents concerned metal barrier could get blocked. 424
Whispers of grand slam title charge as 'Murena' march on; MIXED DOUBLES. 349
Who said it. 218
Wide pavement is waste of space; 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 179
Woman evacuated from burning house in Elgin; Blaze: Crews rescue vulnerable occupant as flames tear through her home. 270
Woman evacuated from her home as fire takes hold; EMERGENCY. 222
Youth Theatre tour is coming to town; PERFORMANCE. 142

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