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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (July 2, 2019)

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'North Sea can't let costs spiral' says energy expert; ? Academic warns sector as crude pushed higher by Opec actions. 356
'North Sea can't let costs spiral' says energy expert; Academic warns sector as crude pushed higher by Opec actions. 356
'Sex offence accused need anonymity' Justice: Sir Cliff calls for legal changes. 507
1825 to acquire advisory group; PURCHASE. 238
A charming family home. 411
A treasure fit for kings; Got a spare PS3 million and not sure what to do with it? Why not buy an Angus castle, built on an old fortress belonging to Scottish kings, writes Susan Welsh. 685
Accies in Hunt for strength with new signing; HAMILTON. 210
Action on drink drivers sees 10 charged; POLICE. 237
Activists reach government HQ; Hong Kong: Protesters against extradition law gain access to legislature's main building. 290
Actress takes first step to stage career; THEATRE. Travel narrative 158
Aquarium to highlight plight of struggling salmon; MARINE. 221
Assets and team will strengthen business and marks milestone; VIEWPOINT. 303
Bid to reconnect elderly residents with town centre; TRANSPORT. 361
Bottle return scheme trial for festival's fans; Recycling: Machines to give back deposit on plastic containers. 392
Brent price 'strong enough to support increase in new investment' OIL AND GAS. 261
Briton enjoys day one at SW19; WATSON. 138
Capaldi, Ronson back National Album Day; EVENT. 205
Castleford snap up Griffin for 2020; RUGBY LEAGUE. 120
Ceilidh King is games chieftain; CULTURE. 135
Charities won't give me the time of day. 857
Chorus of disapproval at confusion over deadline; Royal National Mod: Organisers agree to push back closing date for entries. 316
Claim deadlock shifts Remain voters towards independence; BREXIT. 317
Claims RNLI 'spreading nonsense' about crew; EMERGENCY. 298
Climber says it with funds; Mountain rescue: Man raises cash to thank volunteers who came to his aid. 324
Cluff launches Dewar farm-out process; OFFSHORE. 258
College tries to sell off campus for second time; Education: Property was taken off market in 2018. 343
Comfortable start for defending champion; DJOKOVIC. 337
Concern over void left by Compass Point closure; Community: 'One-stop' service point yet to be replaced, claims councillor. 376
Council in push to host climate conference; EVENT. Conference news 213
Cyclist to highlight bond between twinned cities; CYCLING. 310
Damaged railway on track to reopen; ATTRACTION. 118
Deaths. 1916
Developer aims to revive popular hotel and pub; PLANNING. 243
Different worlds but the same capacity to cheer and depress; CRICKET Politics and cynicism have no place on the global sports stage, writes Neil Drysdale. 569
Don't fall for 'poor wee Scotland' line; 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 161
Driving offences reported across region; POLICE. 113
Edible insects could be solution to crisis; RESEARCH. 225
ELGIN CITY: STRIKER SUTHERLAND BACK AGAIN FOR FOURTH MORAY STINT. 132
Estate owners add voices to missing birds appeal; TV presenter Packham also calling for information on golden eagles. 301
Events to highlight plight of salmon; AQUARIUM. 121
Ex-police officer jailed for abuse, dies aged 72; CRIME. 165
Experienced engineer needed. 518
Family home in the country; Balblair Steading was a home to cattle in years gone by. The Crossland family told Ellie House how they transformed it into a stunning countryside retreat. 757
Family's tribute to Iona, 20, after A96 tragedy; Music lover with 'heart of gold' dies days before 21st birthday. 142
Farm is selected as smart metering station; POWER. 222
Farming family in tribute to daughter with 'heart of gold' Tragedy: A96 crash victim hoped to take on the farm. 423
FCA gets tough on internet brokers; SPREAD BETS. 200
Fernando is a big hit but not with Rihanna; WORLD CUP. 275
Fertiliser firm doubles its production at key site; Investment: Scotland's biggest distributor spends PS1m to meet peak demand. 426
Fire crews tackle blaze on trawler in reality TVshow; Drama: Lots of smoke but limited damage after flames erupt in fish room. 396
Fire on TV-show trawler; Blaze: Crews fight inferno aboard boat featured in Celebs At Sea programme. 384
Firms fearing route snub; Tourism: National cycle route could be diverted from Kyle of Sutherland. 437
First photograph released of sea eagle chick at Mull Eagle Watch; NATURE. 264
Flat with great connections. 222
Flight plan minus parachute. 238
For me this is straightforward ... casting fake bumps over real ones is just wrong; Lindsay Razaq. 957
Forces veterans criticise 'disgusting state' of statue; Complaints: More than thousand people visited city for poignant event. 304
Fox's selection not a given in return to Championship; GOALKEEPER. 133
Fracking licence extended; ENERGY. 104
Frontman White driven by added competition; New faces at Caley Jags can only benefit team, insists striker. 468
Frontman White driven by added competition; SPFL New faces at Caley Jags can only benefit team, insists striker. 468
Game, set and match for fans from across world; Tennis enthusiasts descend on London for famous competition. 392
Gas plant workers to be balloted on strike action; Union: Row over Wood Group's plans to withdraw safety work payments. 397
Ghostly goings-on for walkers on Dava Way; LEISURE. 204
Going straight from care to homeless; STATISTICS. 247
GOLF: BROTHERS PICKED FOR TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS. 152
GOODWIN MISSION: JIM HAS WHAT IT TAKES FOR A BUDDIES RESURGENCE. 149
Government funds meals and activities during break; COMMUNITY. 226
Grants to help children during summer; COMMUNITY. 251
Groups' dreams can take flight; DONATIONS. 129
Heart 200 to link Scottish parks to help aid tourism; Leisure: Bid to stem fall in visitors. 415
HIE accused of wasting millions on troubled resort; Agency pays high price to keep crisis-hit Cairngorm running. 206
Historian tackles the NTS over truth about Glencoe; Heritage: Expert insists no clearances took place at so-called 'lost villages'. 430
Holders Pentland breeze into last eight; AMATEURS. 246
Horoscopes. 688
Hotel folds with loss of 12 jobs; BUSINESS. 117
Hotel spy story and the aspirations of the 'best player on the planet' TALKING POINTS. 333
Hunt's PS6bn no-deal fund for fishing and farming; ? Welcome from fishing sector, but NFUS sees pledge as 'recognition of devastation'. 664
Inspectors hand special needs school bad report; EDUCATION. 320
Iran surpasses limit on uranium as per 2015 deal; NUCLEAR. 232
Iranian foreign minister admits country has broken nuclear deal; IRAN. 203
IT firm wins new deals; COMMS. 228
Karen's rebels with a pause; CAMPAIGN. 145
Kazakh leaves Osaka shaken and out; WOMEN. 261
Kids' railway to open once again; ATTRACTIONS. 265
Lesson on perils of '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 225
Lionesses hunger game; Bronze says misses have made England want it more than rest. 409
Lionesses' hunger game; Bronze says misses have made England want it more than rest. 409
Majority of Conservative voters back windfarms; ENERGY. 327
Man and machine in three-peak challenge; FUNDRAISING. 239
Man in custody after six-hour stand-off; POLICE. 230
Man stole steel piping to pay off gambling debts; COURT. 234
Man, 40, jailed for sexual abuse; COURT. 118
Marathon Oil deal done; NORTH SEA RockRose completes acquisition of US company's UK business. 207
McInnes aims to bolster squad; AFC: Injury-hit Dons confident of return to full strength by Europa deadline. 497
McManus fired up as County head for Holland; Pre-season: Staggies seek to build momentum with pair of friendlies. 476
Moray School Bank move to meet soaring demand; Charity: Rothes group relocates to former farm house near Craigellachie. 427
Move to modernise hotel that shut doors last year; Planning: Historic Forbes Arms makeover but traditional parts retained. 389
MP Rees-Mogg heads north to tell Tories Johnson can save UK; CAMPAIGN TRAIL. 383
Murray could play opener on Centre Court amid safety concerns; SECURITY. 257
Nearly PS2.5m spent during efforts to save struggling ski resort; Business: Questions over decisions taken by enterprise agency. 613
Nevis champ running Wild in hill race; ROUND-UP. 273
New city venue catches Catfish; Band adds second Scottish date to tour. 384
New nurse for patients with incurable illness; Health: Huntington's group hails appointment of specialist. 375
New school head teacher named; EDUCATION. 245
New service to fight high delivery charges; Consumer: Charity provides free advice to disgruntled residents. 363
New sports centre opens; Milestone: First customers welcomed to facility after years of planning. 307
NHS careers insight for pupils; HEALTHCARE. 190
No bonnie baby but so welcome; The Voice of the North. 115
Nobody survives crash at airport; AVIATION. 112
North's six of best for home international; SCHOOLS. 285
Nursery and sports centre join forces to promote family fitness; COUNCIL. 295
On this day. 249
Opportunity to earn recognition for helping nature thrive. 175
Parents of tragic baby in bid to help other families; People: Couple give specialist cot to hospital for those who have lost infants. 417
Path not easy but potential is great; 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 271
People's Friend hosts special party; MAGAZINE. 239
Pilot 'never' experienced low fuel warning in flight; Clutha inquiry: Helicopter crash probe told of calculations carried out. 405
Plans lodged for demolition of historic signal box; RAILWAYS. 297
Plans submitted to transform shoe shop; RETAIL. 163
Pompey girl Ellis' root of love of game; USA. Travel narrative 270
Premier show to link with Canada; EVENTS. 157
Pret's chief to step down; FOOD. 302
Pro-democracy protesters smash way into chamber; Hong Kong: Demands for expanded democracy. 235
Proving ground for Rees; Chance to show GB selectors they were wrong to omit sprinter. 426
Public invited to jump in with activity centre names; DEVELOPMENT. 284
Red Bull relaxed that Max won't leave; FORMULA ONE. 258
Red Devil Rashford vows to take United back to the top; New deal: England striker signs new four-year contract with toiling outfit. 521
Revamp of Poppyscotland's north-east support service; CHARITY. 241
Revamp of Poppyscotland's north-east support service; CHARITY. 241
RNLI accused of talking nonsense over crew row; Charity: Peterhead service was suspended due to the supposed dispute. 417
Rudd vows refund review; Benefits: Work and pensions secretary to look at Highland Council's case. 397
Share of PS10,000 for local projects; COMMUNITY. 117
Shares buck bad news on output; MARKETS. 264
Shutters firm has designs on north-east; EXPANSION. 227
SNH must beware political correctness. 180
Speak out on mental health call; Campaign: Andy's Landie hits road. 501
SPREAD BETS FCA gets tough on internet brokers. 200
Squad to play in quarter final; BOWLS. 121
Squad to play in quarters; BOWLS. 121
Step we ceilidh... Bonar Bridge home is ideal for those who love to entertain, writes Susan Welsh. 530
Straight-sets win sees Edmund off to excellent start; EDMUND. 181
Strawberry season is upon us. 857
Strike ballot for St Fergus workers; INDUSTRY. 205
Summer roadworks to cause delays in Bridge of Don; CLOSURE. 279
Teacher is probationer of the year; EDUCATION. 198
The music's over - now massive clean-up begins; More than 1,300 volunteers tackle huge piles of rubbish on 900-acre site. 358
Topaz bought by DP World; DEALS. 240
Tragic results of pupils' ragic trauma in early life; In the second part of a three-day series on how a generation from one school was lost, Calum Ross discovers that many were let down by a system that could not hear their cries for help. 1448
Tributes to horticulturist Inkster. Obituary 388
Tributes to tragic farm worker with 'heartof gold' Accident: Family recall crash victim who was just days from 21st birthday. 451
tv highlights. 278
Venus out as Gauff, 15, shocks tennis w, world; WIMBLEDON 2019 ? Teenager sends five-time winner home in big upset. 416
Veteran to talk mental health in road trip; MEN. 195
Vivarostepsupagear. 320
Warwick Deep well proves non-starter; Oil and gas: Hurricane Energy fails to find commercial rates. 335
Watchdog says new city special school needs to do better; Report: Inspectors find number of concerns at PS18.5m facility. 414
Who said it. 187
Why it's good for men to talk about it; The Voice of the North. 272
Woman stole PS40.5k from home residents; Court: Administrator admits embezzling cash over three years. 364
Zoo visitor saw mauled keeper's body in tiger pen; Inquest: Woman killed while cleaning enclosure. 518

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