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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (July 3, 2019)

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'It's been an amazing day' Holyrood: Sport stars, campaigners and veterans honoured by the Queen. 384
A feast of art and; ? Family help charity's warm welcome to couple. 401
A mother's memories of her 'charismatic laddie' In the final part of the P&J's series on the lost lives of many former Oakbank School pupils, Calum Ross hears about one woman's search for her past, present and future. 1139
Accused drove at police to recover his stolen safe; Court: Driver who went on theft spree forced officers to jump into garden. 440
Air traffic confusion could sound a fair few sour notes with festival's clientele. 864
Airport staff accept new pay offer; DISPUTE. 256
Airport workers accept deal; Row: Threat of summer of strike action averted. 351
Amazon to create 2,000 UK jobs; EMPLOYMENT. 183
Anger over plastic left by foreign fishermen; Seas: Shetland catchers want action. 461
Angry drunk butted window; COURT. 127
Annual rally lives up to hype; Mearns means a stunning setting for the annual RW Thomson Memorial Rally. 251
Architect of Premier League dies. 313
Bad boy Kyrgios for Nadal needle; ONE TO WATCH. 254
BHGE deals worth PS3m; OIL&GAS. 240
Bid to prevent deaths on the water; MARITIME. 192
Blaze on sub kills 14 sailors; RUSSIA. 128
Blue Toon hope to hand Fraser debut against Dons; New signing: Midfielder impressed for Peterhead in recent trial match. 496
Brexit Party MEPs turn backs as EU's anthem plays at parliament; PROTEST. 376
Burnout advice for oil workers; HEALTH. 193
Campaigners will warm to Hunt's words. 248
Cancer charity's obesity warning; HEALTH. 161
Caravans of love will pitch up for new exhibition; Leisure: Caravan and motorhome show a first for city. 390
Cast more line to catch these trains; 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
Cavendish left 'devastated' by surprise snub; Tour de France: Cyclist is left out of team. 297
Chancellor: No-deal may o-cost PS90bn - at least; ? Hammond scornful of PM candidates' tough Brexit talk. 487
Chessmen piece sells for record PS735,000; AUCTION. 215
City car park to close for one night; SERVICES. 112
Community group and cancer charity celebrate; ? Organisations benefit to tune of almost PS20k from national pot. 493
CORRECTIONS:. Correction notice 126
Councillor urges action to help cut suicide rates; WELFARE. 286
Decommissioning forecasts dropped; NORTH SEA "Industry had achieved improvements across the board". 273
Decommissioning forecasts dropped; NORTH SEA. 280
Delivery charge hikes treat people as second class, claims north MP; Business: Government 'unconvinced' over need to change law. 351
Developers seek lift-off for new zip-wire attraction; Planning: Ambitious Lochaber venture could create up to 50 jobs in area. 391
Deveronvale striker extends deal ahead of surgery; HIGHLAND LEAGUE. 397
Don't mix me up with any other great player; ? Murray team confirms he's in for doubles bid with Serena. 350
Doran and Curry hot stuff as Caley Thistle side cruises. 308
Doric festival win leaves school anything but blue; ? Hometown vibe as pupils crowned in celebration of language. 372
Doric festival win leaves school anything but blue; Hometown vibe as school claims win in celebration of language. 363
Drink-driving accountant given road ban; COURT. 187
Drinker wanted to fight; COURT. 116
Drinker wanted to fight; COURT. 118
Duo scarred stranger for life after early jail release; Court: Criminals attacked victim on morning after leaving Perth Prison. 477
Electric planes plan for region; AVIATION. 105
Electrifying prospect for island flights; Travel: Minister reveals plane ideas. 385
England pay the ultimate penalty as they crash out; Women's World Cup: Captain Houghton's late saved spot-kick proves costly. 442
Ex-Beauly man threatened girls over naked pictures; COURT. 268
Families group in new bid for Sunday swimming; LEISURE. 344
Family campaign to make mortuary services better; Consultation: Locals urged to take part in Scotland-wide exercise. 468
Far north rail freight service back on track for delayed trial run; Transport: Attempt to prove benefits over road haulage. 411
Farmers told to accept loss of agrochemicals; Arable: Face reality and find other pest management techniques, says prof. 368
Faulty dryers could total 800k; TECHNOLOGY. 127
Fielding an expenses fiddler is a new low. 919
Firms 'crying out for some sanity' SCOTLAND. 241
Forest benches vandalised; Crime: Residents hit out at 'mindless' act which has blighted beauty spot. 455
Foxes set to brush off Man United PS70m Maguire bid; Premier League: Leicester holding firm as Spurs make club-record signing. 479
Foxes set to brush off PS70m bid for Maguire; Harry Maguire: Open to exploring opportunities. 307
Gardener helped earn award-winning status for Aberdeen; Tragedy: 'Valued colleague' was found injured. Obituary 325
Gateway to reform for tardy pupils; Schools: Late news from the academy. 474
Gimmer fetches a sale-topping 6,000 guineas; Carlisle: New face for Beechgrove Farm at Annan. 307
Good Evans: It's Dan back with a bang after woes; PRODIGAL SON. 373
Gordon vows to respect club traditions; HIBERNIAN. 258
Hail the unsung heroes of the NHS; 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 211
Highland Airbnb hosts make more than PS21m; Hospitality: Nearly PS670m generated for the wider Scottish economy. 468
Highland games lovers to converge on Forres; EVENTS. 212
Home project planning to build sense of community; WORKSHOPS. 218
Hoping for fresh finds at the Pittodrie Estate; ARCHAEOLOGY. 245
Horoscopes. 926
Hotelier teeing up for Chinese golf tourists; Hospitality: Return to profitability for luxury Marcliffe hotel. 372
Housing project awarded PS3.9m; FUNDING. 106
Housing project boosted by PS3.9m; PROPERTY. 139
Hunt pledge over north bases; ? RAF Lossiemouth and Kinloss Barracks 'safe in my hands', says candidate. 768
Hunt pledges to secure future of military bases; Number 10 hopeful would spend billions to bolster armed forces. 154
Hunt's words of 'subjugation' 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 117
Increase in NC500 patrols; Roads: Tourism boost sparks 'unprecedented' police visibility along route. 481
India see off rivals to reach last four. 132
India see off rivals to reach last four. 108
Indigenous whiskey industry buoyant but council urges cool heads; AMERICA. 268
Inspired by pain of Kiwi thrashing; ? England's Black Caps catalyst. 244
Inspired by pain of Kiwi thrashing; England's Black Caps catalyst. 243
It's all going swimmingly; People: City teen aims for pool success at Paralympics with aid of prosthetic. 386
Junior rangers make their mark; EDUCATION. 177
Kessock Bridge could be given listed building status; HERITAGE. 164
Key figure in Highland games dies at age of 83; Tradition: Death of Lonach Horseman. Obituary 422
Knox fired up to ignite his season; ? Defending champ laments 'strange' term. 506
Kyrgios antics as he sets up a Nadal duel; MARATHON. 341
Labour accuses finance chief of 'blowing' PS10m of Brexit money; FINANCE. 312
Lamp posts 'fixed' with sticky tape; Council: Residents express disbelief. 426
Levi's to open new store in Aberdeen; RETAIL. 130
Livestock. 344
Locke earns place in Royal Portrush field; THE OPEN. 396
London market closes on a high; SHARES. 260
London market closes on a high; STOCKS. 260
Macbi buzzing over extension project funding guarantee; Success: Councillors complete financial package. 383
Man denies charges of rape and assault in gardens; COURT. 387
Man goes on trial accused of raping woman in gardens; Alleged victim tells court she was left 'distraught and disgusted'. 212
McDonald's to bring 65 jobs to the Broch; Food: Drive-through approved after receiving no objections. 361
Mid-size Mazda is sharp suited; Jack McKeown is pleasantly surprised with the Japanese brand's sporty all-rounder. 433
Monsoon's death toll rising in floods chaos; India: Wall collapses claim 31 lives. 400
MP hails town's rocking pupils for success; CHALLENGE. 232
music for royal visitors; Countess makes tracks along volunteer railway SPEYSIDE. 328
New blood is welcomed into Eden Court Theatre; CULTURE. 278
New boys double trouble; ? Keatings and Todorov brace themselves for Inverness campaign ahead. 470
New centre could be a recipe for success; Food and drink: Facility aimed at start-ups and growing firms. 334
New Kia is a bright spark; The Kia e-Niro offers another spin on full-electric technology to buyers in the mid-sized Crossover segment. How does it stack up on the road? 806
New PS1.7m project aims to boost returns for beef producers. 249
No parking bus in League 2; Cove: Megginson confident squad has the experience to compete in SPFL. 512
North-east banker gets top job at building society; FINANCIAL. 233
North-east pupils come top in Doric film festival; CEREMONY. 303
OIL&GAS BHGE deals worth PS3m. 240
On this day. 216
Packed send-off as city minister retires; RELIGION. 252
Parents being briefed over school concerns; Education: Shock Orchard Brae report revealed by watchdogs. 538
Pay rise criticism as top salaries revealed; ? More money for stars while free over-75s licence cut. 505
Plastic banned in path approval; PLANNING. 131
Pledge to 'fix' care system has come from very top; FIRST MINISTER. 282
Police chief critical of drug policy; CRIME. 262
Police involvement prior to fatal bike crash probed; Investigation: Pirc look into 33-year-old dad's death in one-vehicle incident. 385
Precision of Swiss takes a little more of his time; ? Federer slow out of traps but then overwhelms Harris. 457
Project tees up energy drive; PROPERTY. 116
Protesters 'trampling on rule of law', says China; ? Condemnation as demonstrators break into city's legislature. 417
PS2m boost for bid to improve health of farmed fish; AQUACULTURE. 386
PS60k of cannabis seized from van; POLICING. 115
Public urged to help rail line to recover; CHARITY. 260
QPR get new Ball to play with; CHAMPIONSHIP. 305
Ram-raider sped towards police in stolen safe drama; Officers jumped into garden to avoid being run down by thief. 187
Record heat 'five times more likely' CLIMATE. 247
Refusal blow for wind turbine; PLANNING. 130
Room for two Main men; Aberdeen: New boy Curtis looking to strike up partnership with Cosgrove. 479
Royal couple get warm welcome in Moray; CHARITY. 275
Scheme launched to allay land concerns; BARLEY. 163
School marks 40th year; Education: Doors open to the public to mark building's role in community. 397
Scotland's longest zip-wire could be loch's tourist trap; Plans to build 1,600-yard outdoor attraction could create 50 jobs. 201
September deadline for 500-year-old mill; HERITAGE. 224
Sheer hypocrisy of SNH Trump-bashing. 262
Shetland flight cancelled; Aviation: Passengers stuck in Glasgow after action by air traffic controllers. 380
Site has green energy promise; RENEWABLES. 245
Six detained as immigration officers swoop; Operation: Restaurant and salon under suspicion. 342
Staggies' hunger games; Premiership: Ferguson says club have recruited players with point to prove. 467
Steelmen swoop to add Cole to their firepower; MOTHERWELL. 172
Sweet deal as Asda to stock Mackie's chocolate; FOOD. 393
Swiss precision taking a little more time; VETERAN. 345
Teen had sex with underage females; COURT. 144
Thief, 30, drove stolen car toward police at high speed; COURT. 376
Third-time lucky as British number two Norrie breaks duck in win over Istomin; MAIDEN. 354
Three years for man who killed great-grandson; Court: Boy shot while 78-year-old checked air rifle. 454
Top-level outing for Varian's Cape crusader; JULY CUP. 195
Tourism firms surveyed; Initiative: Views sought on new funding model. 401
Trump threatens tariffs on Scotch in trade war; ? US world's largest export market for Scotland's national drink. 354
Turbine firm bought by Swiss; SALE. 223
tv highlights. 340
UK urges Beijing not to use protests as 'pretext for oppression' POLITICS. 299
Vital PS8k boost will help sailors feel safe on water; ? Village's hall will also get much-needed upgrade thanks to cash. 561
Vital PS8k boost will help sailors feel safe on water; LOTTERY GRANTS Village's hall will also get much-needed upgrade thanks to cash. 561
Vote backs move to private; DONS. 114
Vow over staff car parking charges; UNION. 131
Walkers to help teen's dream take off; FUNDRAISING. 252
Warning of rogue traders on your doorstep; HOMES. 242
Whisky centre decision delayed by councillors; Planners recommended refusal, saying land is not brownfield. 382
Who said it. 218
Why I love totally bonkers Lambo; YOURCAR COLUMNIST Vicki Butler-Henderson says Lamborghini has done it again with another out-there SUV. 497
Williams puts Murray in the mix; DOUBLES. 242
Woman tells trial she was raped during park 'detour' Court: Alleged victim says she had only wanted a night out with her friends. 461
Workshops will build 'sense of community' Events: PS150k Home project set to break down social barriers. 353
WORLD CUP: HEARTBROKEN LIONESSES PAY PENALTY TO CRASH OUT IN SEMI-FINAL. 258
World Heritage Site bid for Flow Country; NATURE. 251
Young's Seafood taken over by previous owner; Food: CapVest Partners buys firm through its pork processing arm, Karro. 467

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