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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (July 25, 2019)

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'Boris the butcher' punishes rivals in afternoon of long knives; ANALYSIS. 464
'Defects in playparks are falling through the net' SAFETY ? Councillor demands answers and action over neglected facility. 391
A PROUD WICK WARRIOR; Manson has no intention of hanging up boots after 20 years with the Scorries. 345
Aberdeen wind farm cash for community projects; BENEFITS. 278
Aberdeen windfarm benefits to be spent within community; Energy: Developer reveals where PS150,000 will be allocated. 345
Airline makes a million in profit from flying solo; Aviation: Loganair' s year of growth fuelled by collapse of UK regional rival. 490
Appeal after assault on teen; POLICE. 162
ARTISTS SHOW THEIR FLOW OF INSPIRATION; The Flow Country, one of the world's last wild places, stretching across Caithness and Sutherland, takes centre stage at this year's Edinburgh Fringe, writes Susan Welsh. 597
Artists show their talents on TV with firth backdrop; Filming: Landscape Artists of the Year show contestants watched by locals. 251
Author's new book features Highland bird hero; CULTURE. 277
Author's surprise at launch of book on Orwell's life; WRITING. 253
Away support at Pittodrie to be cut back; Football: Aberdeen FC to reduce ticket allocations over safety fears. 412
B&M reports solid growth; RETAIL. 262
Bankrupt people on rise in Scotland; FINANCES. 137
BEGG: DEGREE CANHELPON AND OFF PITCH; Midfielder ready to give 100% to Keith after studies. 349
BELLADRUM FEST IS OUT OF THIS WORLD! Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival highlights and a catch-up with Lewis Capaldi, with Susan Welsh. 1112
Bid to show country' s red meat is 'different' Livestock: Social media campaign to highlight welfare and sustainability. 294
Biosecurity call as sources of virus identified; Livestock: Feed imports can carry swine fever. 412
Blade Runner actor Rutger Hauer; Movies: Tributes after 75-year-old star's death. 355
BoJo a gift for nationalists... but it may be too late to further case for independence; Agenda. 905
BOOTH:STRIKER HOPING TO BUILD ON END OF SEASON'S GOOD RUN. 293
Bowls trumps sitting in the dock; ASSAULT. 108
Brewdog reveller fined for assaulting police officer; COURT. 295
BRIT-POP HEROES BACK ON THE SCENE; Andy Gray finds Ocean Colour Scene are still a favourite among Scottish music lovers - thirty years into the band's career. 877
BRORA BOSS READY FOR TITLE CHARGE; Cattachs hoping to go one better this season. 322
BT deal to move HQ to London; RELOCATION. 111
BUCKIE SEEKING TONIC; Manager Stewart believes Jags among six teams aiming for league glory. 322
BUOYED BY BOWDEN'S RETURN; Hobday commends influential captain. 358
Call for action to save rail works; INDUSTRY. 111
Call to protect nature in conflicts; ENVIRONMENT. 205
CAN-CANS REVVED UP; Forres Mechanics boss Rowley hopes side pull no punches in new season. 344
Cardno ready to reconstruct the pyramid; PRESIDENT. 358
CEILIDH TRAIL LAUNCH IN NAIRN. 144
CHEERS FOR DISTILLERY; New events and openings in and around Scotland. 634
Chikhura boss reckons he can overcome Reds; OPPONENTS. 257
CINEMA; 470
Clarke's Senior moment; ? Ulsterman up for his maiden Open and return to Royal Lytham. 427
Closure as work begins on town defences; CONSTRUCTION. 251
Co-operating in face of crisis; FOOD POVERTY ? Figures reveal 60% increase in food parcels. 682
Co-operative to develop honeyberries market. 219
COASTERS: CLUB ON RIGHT ROAD. 197
COMING SOON.... Concert review 402
Commuter chaos as rail services hit by lightning; SUMMER ? Highland residents woken by early-morning thunderstorms. 393
Construction of new car parks begins at hospital; Health: Project to provide 200 additional spaces before the end of the year. 487
Cooking up something; ? Food and drink take centre stage after PS70k investment. 488
Council plea for cash ahead of art gallery reopening; CULTURE. 189
County just two good as they sign off with victory; ? Graham doubles up to floor Forfar in final Group B game. 793
County just two good as they sign off with victory; BETFRED CUP ACTION ? Graham doubles up to floor Forfar in final Group B game. 794
COWIE: BROCH READY TO GIVE YOUTH A GO; Fraserburgh aiming higher than third this term. 347
CRICKET: IRELAND IMPRESS TO TURN ENGLAND WORLD CUP HONEYMOON INTO HANGOVER. 355
Deaths. 1293
Demand down for fifth quarter. 435
Development is one of most expensive in infrastructure history; PROJECT. 273
Dons midfielder joins Cove on loan; TRANSFERS. 264
Driver cut free after A96 crash; Roads: Collision on notorious stretch. 386
Driver taken to hospital after car ploughs into house; COLLISION. 350
Drop-in session next week on future of forest; CONSULTATION. 237
DUNCANSON: TEAM SPIRIT WILL HELP US PUSH ON FROM SIXTH SPOT. 286
DUNN: CLACH CAN IMPROVE. 150
ELITE EIGHT THE LEAGUE TARGET. 197
Ex-PM's closest confidant reveals his clashes with angry colleagues; PARLIAMENT. 275
Ex-pupil says priest beat him or gave him toast; Investigation: Witness says he never knew what was in store when call came. 546
Explorer to be reunited with boat after adventure; RESCUE. 218
FAME ACADEMY: BOSS McKENNA TO BLOOD TEAM'S EMERGING TALENT. 304
Family of missing man are 'anxious' for news; SEARCH. 186
Farewells for May as PM departs No 10; END OF A PREMIERSHIP ? Ex-leader leaves Commons to applause from some MPs. 563
Fear for Highland games; Events: Organisers say future at risk from calls to do away with beer tents. 373
First female chair at institute; APPOINTMENT. 109
Fisherman found dead after boat seen run aground; INCIDENT. 307
Flat out success for Barratt. 292
Food writer Margaret Fulton, 94. 168
FORMARTINE OUT TO FINISH AS TOP DOGS; Player-manager Lawson ready for new campaign. 324
FORT SIEGE HAS LIFTED; MacMorran says Lochaber club better placed for season after torrid last term. 350
Freedom of home city honour for Zeta-Jones; Events: Film star and husband Douglas attend special ceremony. 355
Funding for whisky barrel innovation; DRINK. 259
Gerrard urges skipper to put right Niederkorn humiliation; EUROPA. 611
Girls hit by van seriously injured; POLICE. 134
Gold awards for Western Isles pair; CERE MONY. 162
Granite City rowers net record haul. 103
Great to see Calum put himself in contention. 218
Grieving mum to reveal healing power of gardening; MEDIA. 241
Griffiths nets on return as Hoops hit high five at home. 426
Griffiths nets on return as Hoops hit high five at home; CELTIC 5 NOMMEKALJU 0. 472
Group of boys in river drama; RESCUE. 110
HALF-CENTURY: GAULD HAS HIS EYE ON 50 GOALS. 191
Hall back on the ball after hectic schedule; WOMEN. 277
Highland games 'at risk' if booze ban implemented; Health: NHS has called for government to consider getting rid of beer tents. 378
HIGHLAND LEAGUE; FIXTURES 2019-2020. 1279
HIGHLAND Tributes paid to stalwart colleague. 114
Hope of genetic key to blight. 181
Horoscopes. 695
Houston is predicting a closer race for championship now Cove have ascended to SPFL; SECRETARY. 575
Huge wind farm blowing PS460m into Scots coffers; ? Developer also claims Beatrice created more than 7,000 jobs. 335
HUNTER: OUR YOUNGSTERS ARE THE FUTURE. 188
INJURY WOES FOR VALE; Striker Ballard could be set to miss the entire season after July operation. 330
IOG takes 'huge step' with North Sea project; Industry: Firm agrees pipeline deal. 204
Iona recovers from 'tonsil nightmare' for Moray gig; Event: Star set to hit the high notes on main stage at Speyfest this weekend. 445
IT'S GOT TO BE THE CATTACHS; Nearly-men Brora can grab back the title this season by employing that winning ethos. 523
Jail for threat to slit throat of woman; COURT. 245
Johnson's 'summer's day massacre' ? PM sacks 11 ministers - and a further six resign. 457
Johnson's 'summer's day massacre' ? PM sacks 11 ministers - and a further six resign. 430
Johnson's 'summer's day massacre' NEW FACE AT NUMBER 10 ? PM sacks 11 ministers - and a further six resign. 445
Labour urges safeguards for workers in heatwaves; INDUSTRY. 350
Laugher still has fire and passion for gold; DIVING. 272
Let's have another Brexit referendum; 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 157
Lindsay's heartfelt Staggies parting message; TRANSFERS. 315
Listings. 473
Little things matter most at helm of large undertaking; SECRETARY. 432
Loch licensed to thrill. 323
LOCOS READY TO BANK ON EXPERIENCE; Ex-Cove captain Watson will be vital asset. 345
Logan's run at groups just getting off ground; ? Defender out to help Dons finally end their streak of near-misses. 888
Logan's run at groups just getting off ground; EUROPEAN FOOTBALL QUALIFIERS ? Defender out to help Dons finally end their streak of near-misses. 894
LOYALTY KEY TO KEITH BOSS DONALDSON. 192
Man jailed for failure to pay fines; COURT. 220
McInnes in no doubt his Dons can handle heat; AFC: Boss rallies Reds for Chikhura first leg in the searing sun of Tbilisi. 380
Mercedes being filmed by Netflix in Germany; FORMULA ONE. 240
MIXED EMOTIONS OF A TRUE BLUE; McIntosh reckons Cove Rangers can do well in the SPFL but he will miss the cameraderie of the Highland League SUPERFAN. 464
Motorcycle parade organisers gear up for new event; CHARITY. 228
Motorists on A90 to endure nine weeks of delays; TRANSPORT. 298
Mueller rejects claims president exonerated; US politics: Former special counsel dismisses Trump assertion on probe. 378
Murray brothers teaming up for Washington doubles; Tennis: Andy excited to be reuniting on court with Jamie for Citi Open. 438
MY WEEKEND. 206
NEW PLAY FROM AWARD-WINNING PLAYWRIGHTS. 155
New PS1.1m centre to improve patient care; Health: Facility to look after those in life-threatening situations. 434
New workshop and studio for designer; Art: Creator broadens horizons after Business Gateway help. 340
NHS staff say health board is moving in right direction; SURVEY. 223
NICOLSON: BEST ISYETTO COME. 209
On frontline in Cold War; History: New book reveals north radar station's key role in keeping UK safe. 545
On this day. 239
ONLY WAY IS UP FOR THE LILYWHITES; Boss MacLeod hoping for higher finish this term. 406
OUT OF THE BOX. 160
Pageant return for mum after son's bullying ordeal; Beauty: Seven-year-old will be cheering her on at Miss Royale UK contest. 392
Pair enter into spirit of event with their award-winning gin; PRODUCERS. 293
Pint-sized pet goats put smiles on pensioners' faces; HEALTH. 287
PORRITT UP FRONT ABOUT STRIKER ROLE; More forward-thinking time for Nairn defender. 464
Pound gains as PM takes office; MARKETS. 297
PS1k fine for hitting officer at city beer event; ASSAULT. 252
Pupils united in the war against plastic pollution; Environment: Queen among those to praise youngsters for their project. 430
Pursuit of happiness at heart of Keatings' Highlands move; ICT: New Caley Jags striker looking to make impact two years after surgery. 430
Q& A MADELINE SQUIRE. Dance review 903
R&A well and truly smashed it. 497
RAF BOSS IS LOOKING FOR LOSSIE FLYER; Russell so eager to make up for lost time. 377
Rail workers vote for strike over botched introduction of new fleet; TRANSPORT. 282
Rapid rise to cabinet role for Dumfries MP; SCOTLAND. 135
Rare shoes outrun record.. Auction: Nikes sell for $437,500, shattering previous highest auction price. 479
Rare shoes outrun record; Auction: Nikes sell for $437,500, shattering previous highest auction price. 479
REALISTIC:JAGS DEFENDER DORRAT WANTS SIDE TO AIM FOR TOP FOUR. 293
Recovery operation after van ends up in harbour; RETRIEVAL. 107
RECOVERY: PENNET IS THRILLED TO FINALLY BE BACK BETWEEN STICKS. 261
REEL BELIEF AT STRATHSPEY; Grantown Jags stalwart McShane challenges his side to make Seafield Park a Highland fortress. 450
Region's warm spell to continue; FORECAST. 172
Restaurant is told it can paint wall white; Conservation: Council U-turn to help 'assimilate' building. 419
Restricted licences could save lives, expert claims; Transport: Young drivers especially at risk on North roads, says research. 435
RNAS issues last call for nominees; AWARDS. 158
Robert deserves backing for taking action. 183
Room for improvement but positive start to the season. 303
ROTHES SHOULD KICK ON; Speysiders' Macleod hopes to put health issues behind him as he looks ahead to new season. 499
Ruddy ends his game of loans in bid for minutes; County: Keeper chasing first-team action after leaving Wolves behind. 449
Russia in call for airspace inquiry; AVIATION. 108
Rutherford supports Scott FINA hands down warning; Long jumper backs Scottish swimmer's podium snub at worlds. 449
Rutherford supports Scott, FINA hands down warning; ? Long jumper backs Scottish swimmer's podium snub at worlds. 449
Safe sees benefits of people helped outside the system; CONCERNS. 307
Safety before selfie, says campaign group Brake; ROADS. 127
Saints victory tainted by May delay; ROUND-UP. 262
SCOTTISH GLASS SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY SHOW. 187
Sector's recovery in city goes on; INDUSTRY. 202
Security firm in warning about vital deliveries of cancer drugs; Health: Struggling company may stop screening shipments to Isles. 419
SELECTIONS: MARRONNIER READY TO SHINE AT SANDOWN. 238
Seven-mile trek to Lossie beach is a bridge too far; Sealed: Visitors go the long way round after council closes unsafe structure. 423
SHALL WE DANCE? 159
SHARP: WE NEED TO SCORE MORE. 198
SHAZAM! (12). 172
Shock as historic bell stolen from holy isle; THEFT. 315
SKIPPER: I'M A VETERAN AT 22 BUT OUR TEAM CAN STILL BE A TREASURE. 333
SLA agrees deal to settle Scottish Widows dispute; FINANCIAL. 228
Soap star Richie to feature in hit musical at HMT; EVENTS. 216
special for show Couple's pedigree sheep ready to add some extra colour as they compete in new class; This year's Turriff Show will feature a new show for Blue Texel sheep. Farming Editor Gemma Mackenzie caught up with a north-east couple taking a team of eight Blue Texels to the two-day event PEOPLE. 531
Spreading joy with goats; Care home: Therapy animals Bill and Ed delight elderly residents in visits. 385
STEEP LEARNING CURVE; Huntly boss puts faith in youth as he looks to make inroads into the elite. 351
Talented artists light up Peterhead Scottish Week; Challenge: Competitors gather for a day of painting, drawing and sculpting. 305
Talk on plans to 'bring history to life' ARCHAEOLOGY. 262
Teachers ready for big choir contest debut; EUROVISION. 251
Teenager's killer intends to launch appeal; CRIME. 240
THE CURRENT WAR (12A). 372
THE PRIDE OF SCOTLAND. 809
THE SISTERS BROTHERS (15); 212
Thomas wants top form on UK soil to continue overseas; INVITATIONAL. 297
Tory party now 'the main threat to union' SCOTLAND. 228
tv highlights. 334
ULLAPOOL HARBOUR. 411
Ullapool Uncovered; ADVERTISEMENT. 355
United's second signing; HFL LATEST. 121
UOG assets could be sold off; NORTH SEA. 206
Vehicles stopped as part of joint venture; ROADS. 239
VICTORY: PEATY MAKES IT A TRIPLE DOUBLE AS HE ADDS 50m BREASTSTROKE TO GOLD COLLECTION. 120
VIEW: BRINDLE HAS SIGHTS SET ON FIRST PLACE. 197
We'll all pay for wind industry; 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 367
Weather dilutes brewer's shares; RESULTS. 274
WEE HANSEL & GRETEL. 187
WEST: LEAGUE WILL BE TIGHT. 213
Who said it. 226
Why animal health surveillance matters. 734
Will Johnson prove to be just hot air? The Voice of the North. 223
Woman taken to hospital after car runs into house; Crash: Cottage 'structurally unsafe' after accident on north-east road. 408
WOOD: I WANT TO PLAY MORE OFTEN THIS TERM. 189
Wright's no-show amid talk of delay in May deal; ROUND-UP. 263
You need an election for Brexit, warns Farage; STRATEGY. 176

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