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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (July 27, 2019)

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"He wouldgazeathimwithbewildermentanddismay...Ittookhimtimeto accept that nothing could be done" BOOKSHELF EXTRACT 2 OF 2. 862
2019 event set to be biggest yet; The Turriff Show, which runs on August 4-5, is the biggest two-day agricultural show in Scotland. Press & Journal Farming finds out more about next month's show. 360
A MOST AMAZING WOMAN. 1595
A new New Forres restaurant invites you to quack on and eat; The Duck House Bistro & Restaurant offers a range of tasty treats and snacks, perfect for a nice night out. 532
Alvis extends range of historic models. 241
Appeal to Gordonstoun's former pupils s; ? Inquiry will hold hearings on seven boarding schools from next summer. 653
Appeal to Gordonstoun's former pupils; CHILD ABUSE PROBE ? Inquiry will hold hearings on seven boarding schools from next summer. 671
Appeal to Ministry of Defence; MILITARY. 132
Benefit fraud trial for veteran delayed; COURT. 221
Bird in a bit of bother has feathers ruffled; WILDLIFE. 161
Bleu Du Maine sheep class to arrive in style at farm show. 367
Break-in at car dealership; Police: Investigation launched after two men force entry to property. 375
Breakfast club for veterans to open in Dingwall; COMMUNITY. 264
Brown glad to address Cove bare necessities; ? Midfielder looking to better results as Hartley boosts squad. 440
Bus firm motors in with support; PANTO. 142
Cadden case may be taken to Fifa - Robinson; MOTHERWELL. 247
CALA HOMES LAUNCH IN INVERURIE. 161
Check out what's beneath Belladrum's headliners; MUSIC. 520
Child abuse probe turning attention to boarding school; Ex-Gordonstoun pupils urged to get in touch if they can help inquiry. 211
Chuckle Brother Paul 'devastated' by death of older sibling Jimmy Patton. Obituary 287
Clan visit links with past; Heritage: Members of American Innes Society group tours ancestral lands. 445
Concerns over potential dangers of clifftop path; Safety: Calls for council to mitigate risks posed to children and animals. 452
CONTENTS. 275
Contract agreed for air services; TRANSPORT. 136
Contractor banned for drinking in parked van during snowstorm; COURT. 314
Cosgrove' s goal to keep scoring in every Euro showdown; ? Dons hitman is looking to maintain his Red-hot record. 563
Couple with the winning touch. 514
CRAYOLA BRIGHTS; Brighten up your living space with some paintbox brights, writes Philippa Gerrard. 263
CREATIVITY THRIVES IN ART LINK-UP; PHOTOGRAPHS / JIM IRVINE TO ORDER PHOTOGRAPHS / PHONE 0800 318 846 Send details of your events to pjdiary@ajl.co.uk. 183
Crisis talks for beef industry. 255
critics' choice. 350
critics' choice. 304
Dad dies after being struck by lightning in US; Tributes paid to former North footballer after beach tragedy. 146
Daughter of Dunecht makes music award longlist; CULTURE. 309
DAVY MCCRACKEN. 390
Deadline looming for UHI midwifery training course; HEALTHCARE. 240
Deaths. 1013
Delay fears over opening of new family hospital; MSP calls for clarity as PS160m health project slips behind schedule. 164
Delay fears over opening of new family hospital; MSP calls for clarity as PS160m health project slips behind schedule. 163
Disney films taking all the box office credits for 2019; US production giant dominating the UK and Ireland charts. 405
DORIC COLUMN ROBBIE SHEPHERD; To contact Robbie, email yourlife@ajl.co.uk and mark your message FAO Robbie Shepherd. Column 673
Dozens of capsize bodies found; LIBYA. 148
Draper set for comeback; Midfielder to return from injury for County in Carlisle friendly. 460
eating out guide the menu's. 160
Eating out? let's serve you the right meal. 301
Eden Bus offering support to young; COMMUNITY. 150
Elgin out as Hibees sting; But Black and Whites can take encouragement into the league campaign. 445
Embryo calf sold at Carlisle. 359
EU rules on GM set to be ditched. 142
EU-UK tensions weaken sterling; MARKETS. 284
Ex-Highland footballer is killed by lightning on beach in US; Tragedy: Florida storm moved in too fast for lifeguards to evacuate public. 379
FAMILY FAITH IS VITAL. Television program review 497
Family of teenager who killed himself suing NHS; HEALTHCARE. 350
Farmers out in force for New Deer Show; Farm Diary Do you have an event you would like us to cover? Write to: FarmDiary, The Press and Journal, 1 Marischal Square, Broad Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1BL Email pj.farming@ajl.co.ukorgemma.mackenzie@pressandjournal.co.uk To purchase the photos, call 01224 343332 or visit photoshopscotland.com. 192
Firms mean business in lead-up to Aberdeen race; Event: More than 30 teams ready to do battle in Granite City challenge. 412
Footballer hailed after fending off armed attackers; Crime: Arsenal teammates targeted by thieves. 367
Footbridge too damaged to reopen this summer; East Beach structure 'hanging by a thread' after increased use. 469
Former North footballer killed by lightning strike; TRAGEDY. 291
Fort harnessing the colts; MacMorran is looking for blend as nine arrive from Inverness. 458
From the cheiftain o' the puddin-race to a mornay; Graham Mitchell, head chef at the Newmachar Hotel creates a starter and main course using some of Scotland's finest local produce for you to experience for yourself at home. 721
FUNDRAISER GOES WITH A SWING; PHOTOGRAPHS / COLIN RENNIE TO ORDER PHOTOGRAPHS / PHONE 0800 318 846 Send details of your events to pjdiary@ajl.co.uk. 193
GAELIC COLUMN ANGUS MACDONALD. Column 585
Gerrard in no mood for sweeping changes; RANGERS. 422
Get the most out of your Scottish holiday home with Cottages & Castles. 411
Getting ready for a new era at Falkirk; TAKEOVER. 274
Give us our PS160m, says rural minister; LETTER. 309
Graham revelling in intense battle for striking berths; TRAINING. 307
Grounds for criticism after England win historic Test; Root pitches in with wicket woes despite Irish being demolished for 38. 380
Growers hope berry bash is rich pickings for the public. 589
Hail halts 19th Tour stage; Cycling: Weather and landslide leaves Bernal in key position for title. 457
Hibs boot Elgin out of cup race. 124
Hibs break hearts as Elgin out of Cup. 178
Historian's vivid depiction of island life; The Leopard Spots. 963
Horoscopes. 685
Hot air sparks concerns for Greenland's ice; CLIMATE. 192
HOW TO START A BLOG; Thinking about writing a blog? Already writing one but looking for more readers? Here are some top tips to succeed in the wonderful world of blogging. 445
Huawei phones to be part of 5G network launch; Technology: Three and Sky Mobile to go Chinese. 316
Human trafficker caught with huge drugs stash; COURT. 346
Hypocrisy of our young jet-setters; 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 111
Incident halts decom work; SHELL. 190
Isle of Raasay set to launch its first gin; Spirits: Island famed for illicit stills now on straight and narrow. 356
Johnson rules out early general election; ? PM reiterates Leave pledge as Euro power brokers stress there will be no renegotiation. 732
Keeping Faith [...]. 330
Laura Muir upbeat about success at Tokyo Olympics; ATHLETICS. 235
Lawrie in mix as Clarke launches Seniors attack; Northern Irishman just two behind leader. 409
Lawson delighted to bring striker Lisle to Formartine; ROUND-UP. 292
Leadsom urged to act on emissions; CLIMATE. 177
Lee one shot ahead in weather-affected Evian championship; WOMEN. 224
Lennon's Tierney Plan-B; CELTIC. 219
Lifeboat sent to aid two people in trouble; EMERGENCY. 185
Love Island's Danny had to call police over threats; TELEVISION. 329
Man airlifted to hospital after three-car collision; Accident: Rush-hour smash closes road for five hours, causing long delays. 416
Man extorted naked photos from teenager; Court: Accused jailed again after committing offences on bail. 382
Man fled crashed car after leading police on chase; COURT. 286
McInally's No. 1 priority is search for north goalkeeper; BLUE TOON. 300
McInnes eyes Leigh return; Dons: Full-back given 'best chance' of absentees to make Chikhura comeback. 541
McInnes eyes Leigh return; Dons: Full-back given 'best chance' of absentees to make Chikhura comeback. 555
McPake adds some 'natural' Johnson polish to his attack; DUNDEE. 346
Medical centres delay fear; Healthcare: MSP calls for clarity on opening from NHS Grampian bosses. 435
Moray air crews awarded freedom of Angus; RAF. 243
MP claims 'ruinous' business rates led to building's downfall; Politics: Finance secretary's office blasts allegations as 'untrue'. 336
MSP calls for clarity over new hospital's timescale; HEALTHCARE. 278
Murderer of man, 67, has appeal bid thrown out; Court: Victim was killed in his home. 337
Murray keeps it in the family as doubles chapter continues; TENNIS. 223
MY LIFE. 550
NEW CAR ROAD TEST: AUDI Q7. 258
NEW FICTION. 404
North Korea: Missile test was a 'solemn warning' Far East: Statement directed at South Korea's 'military warmongers'. 196
North-east MSP demands assurances on plans for CCS; ? Call for new Cabinet minister to back Peterhead climate change technology. 511
Not schools' job to raise children; 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 202
NOVEMBER IN TALLINN; Ron Smith gets a taste of Estonian efficiency as he wraps up for a pre-winter visit to this fascinating city by the Baltic Sea. 919
NURSING AN AMBITION TO TRAVEL; Tori Petrini is a long way from home. She told Ellie House why swapping Australia for Aberdeen as part of her nursing career has been worth it. 740
Official opening for city's new homes development; HOUSING. 289
On this day. 198
OUT & ABOUT KEN FYNE. 711
Pair will have 'sensational' relationship; UNITED STATES. 374
PATRICK KRAUSE. 423
PET PORTRAITS. 297
Petition to stop Shetland verges being cut; COUNCIL. 260
Plastic-free grocer is looking for successor; Retail: Banff business set to close due to family commitments. 388
Playpark closed as vandals leave it unsafe; COUNCIL. 146
Playpark closes as vandals strike; CRIME. 172
PM Boris battered by fish foolishness; 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 137
Police probe knife attacks; CRIME. 152
Porterfield's pride in squad who showed they are the real deal; IRELAND. 251
Price wonders what might have been but for 'soft' goals; MANAGER VIEW. 343
Prison term for man who drove at police; Court: Accused with lifetime ban had been on crime spree. 285
Probe into death of 'decent, hard-working' creelman; TRAGEDY. 214
Problem causes outage of access to services; NETWORK. 241
Promotion the ultimate prize; The Voice of the North. 111
Proposal lodged for creating cafe at filling station; PLANNING. 227
Protesters hit airport; HONG KONG. 108
Radar glitch adds to travel chaos; AVIATION. 235
Rape case suspects' detention extended; CYPRUS. 122
Rapper Jay-Z pulls out of Woodstock anniversary; Music: Another blow for event marking 50 years since original festival. 376
Resident wielded axe at trio of workers; COURT. 218
Retailer hit by low consumer confidence; RESULTS. 285
Reynolds: Bin the cliches and nonsense and start to play; TANGERINES. 398
Road reopens as bridge repairs are done early; MOTORING. 117
Robbo refuge at Fort; Caley Jags: Plan-B after Highland League rejects Inverness colts. 502
Rosberg: Vettel not enjoying time at Ferrari; FORMULA ONE. 287
Ruby red treasures; Make the most of the season's fresh Scottish raspberries says Deborah Ratcliffe. Recipe 648
Scandal three are reunited in Ashes squad; AUSTRALIA. 190
Scots missing tax payments when short pre-payday; FINANCES. 270
Scott sees County links in SPFL new boys; COVE. 281
Scottish champion gets best price yet for seller. 406
Scottish wildlife park's rare Amur tiger dies; NATURE. 122
Selective memory or not bothered? 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 226
Sermon. 159
Sharp rise of probes cases where child has suffered es into; WELFARE. 736
Sharp rise of probes into cases where child has suffered; WELFARE. 716
Smash between tour bus and car holds up tourists; EMERGENCY. 217
SNP under fire for cuts to drug and alcohol treatment; HOLYROOD. 415
SOUL FOOD; Jenny McBain discovers that helping to make your own dinner in a hotel set in a former manse can be a heavenly experience. 955
Special-edition VW is one in a million. 190
starters. 180
Staying mum on maternity hospital delay; The Voice of the North. 243
Successful farm-outs a good sign for UK basin; Deals: CalEnergy and Equinor take over licences in North Sea regions. 622
Summer holiday for dolphins; WILDLIFE ? Members of Moray Firth pod spotted in the Netherlands and Irish waters. 410
SWIMMING: GREAT BRITAIN LOSE OUT IN 4X200M BATTLE AT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS. 251
Taking a bird's-eye view of licence laws; In my view Hamish Lean. 347
TAKING A BOW FOR SUMMER; Supersized bows were all over the spring/summer catwalks. Katie Wright has the trend all tied up. 270
TEA IS SERVED FOR TENNIS FANS; PHOTOGRAPHS / KATH FLANNERY TO ORDER PHOTOGRAPHS / PHONE 0800 318 846 Send details of your events to pjdiary@ajl.co.uk. 109
The extinction acquisition; Art: Prestigious museum to feature climate activists' items in exhibition. 329
THE HISTORY OF DRAG. 121
THE HUE FOR YOU; If there's one colour we don't wear enough, it's pink. Philippa Gerrard is on a mission to change that. 294
There's little to cheer in morning drinking; YVIE BURNETT The mezzo-soprano from Methlick and vocal coach to the stars. 1032
THIN RED LINE: SEARCH ON FOR DEFENSIVE COVER AFTER EURO ESCAPADES LEAVE THE DONS SHORT. 169
Third site contender for health and social care hub; Healthcare: Brownfield location on outskirts of Wick identified as possibility. 406
Thirlby takes England netball reins after Neville departs; NETBALL. 223
THIS IS ME; Would you learn how to walk in stilettos in a bid to be a drag queen? Ellie House discovered why the drag scene is gathering pace across the north and north-east THIS IS ME. 1565
This shows it's OK to say you're not OK. 582
Throw the best barbecue ever this summer with JK Fine Foods; With delicious products and lots of expertise on offer, this Aberdeen store has everything you need to cook up a scrumptious 'barbie'. 689
Tiny shop wins trademark tussle with US TV network; Community: Lingerie store owner thrilled with Fashion One TV case result. 489
Toeing line on new rules; Ridgers is getting it right in the cup competition of shootouts. 463
Travels through the valley of the granary. 423
Treasured pieces of art moved out of council's HQ; Gallery: Countdown to reopening after revamp. 387
Tricky meetings in Scotland looming; SCHEDULE. 253
Troops get medal roops for efforts overseas; ? Engineers in action with UN in South Sudan projects. 600
TRY DRY SUMMER; Want to stay healthy through a season of picnics, barbecues and outdoor partying? Liz Connor hears expert advice for ditching (or limiting) the booze. 641
TSB back in profit after IT debacle; FINANCIAL. 278
Turriff coaching duo miss league opener; PREVIEWS. 255
UK media given warning after RT fined PS200,000; Row: Ofcom hits out at breach of impartiality rules. 278
USED CAR ROAD TEST: MINI HATCH. 272
Victim dragged from car for half a mile; POLICE. 154
VIP paedo ring liar jailed; WESTMINSTER FRAUDSTER ? Carl Beech sentenced to 18 years after accusations proved false. 484
WALK ON THE WILD SIDE IS JUST BEAUTIFUL; Jack P Harland loves the wildness and atmosphere of Glen Coe. Here he describes a walk to get the most out of the brooding peaks. 852
Warm weather poised to 'lift spirits' this weekend; More sunny spells expected across north before mercury dips. 472
Watson was 'cheerleader in chief' for Beech; POLITICS. 135
We can trust Boris to lead the UK's charge to glorious and futile self-destruction; The Flying Pigs. 882
Welsh speaking refugee picks up award; LANGUAGE. 185
what's hot; Our weekly round-up of the latest news, products, facts and events for foodies. 378
Who said it. 230
Why rum might be this summer's hottest spirit; Dark, spicy flavours are making a splash this season. Time to join the rum renaissance, says Sam Wylie- Harris. 852
Whyte claims title win was fair despite doping claims; Boxing: Briton's opponent reportedly not told of positive pre-fight reading. 369
with lamb's lettuce. Recipe 488
Wright at a loss to explain no deal for May; SAINTS. 284
You've run out of road, driver is warned; COURT. 202

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