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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (July 4, 2019)

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"Serco engaged in a concerted effort to lie to the ministry". 137
'Cool feeling' for Morgan as England in semi-finals; Cricket: Bairstow's second successive century helps see off New Zealand. 491
'Plug and play' to help create a more user-friendly workspace. 209
? Weekend. 171
A hall bunch of enthusiasm; Community: Pupils love revamped hub - and cafe. 371
A little piece of country living in the city. 302
Appeal for bikers to help send off Tain dad; FAREWELL. 256
Arnhem Diary. 307
Audit Scotland highlights cases of public sector fraud; REPORT. 215
Backing for bunk house proposal; PLANNING. 154
Barriers to be installed at damaged bridge; TRAFFIC. 172
Betting firm in shares surge; MARKETS. 198
Black Sheep to open first of three revamped hotels; ? Brother and sister launch Rokeby Manor after PS12m investment. 329
Blue Toon's Scottish Week is going back to its roots with football; Kick-off: New group is bringing back popular tournament. 390
Branson named top role model; INSPIRATION. 198
Broch museum solves lens panel puzzle; HERITAGE. 136
Car fans' social gathering blighted by 'a select few' Complaints: Residents claim excessive noise and tyre marks and litter left. 417
Cash appeal pays for football star's career-saving op; Crowd funds Highland League striker's PS6,000 knee surgery. 195
Celtic bolster backline with new signing; TRANSFERS. 179
Chance to see inside city's PS333m venue; Events: P&J Live opens for first time. 507
Chance to tour city's famous venues; HERITAGE. 220
Changing bin times is not the answer; 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 162
Charities invited to bid for funding from auction; EVENT. 176
Charity road trip will have groovy twist; FUNDRAISING. 266
Children dig sandpit at new Aden play park; EQUIPMENT. 218
CINEMA; 511
Civil service to probe slur against Corbyn; LABOUR. 221
Claim fish plant failed to protect its workforce; HEALTH. 287
Climbers raise more than PS20,000 for Moray charity; Charity: Proceeds from challenge will go towards helping children with cancer. 415
Climbers raise PS20,000 to help children with cancer; Challenge: Fundraisers scaled Moray's highest peak 20 times in 48 hours. 415
Club's ambition a big lure for new boss Hartley; ? Ex-international looking forward to fresh challenge. 637
COMING SOON... . 284
COMING SOON.... 222
Company's blueprint for success pays off big time; ? Builder Bancon in third consecutive year of growing profits. 329
Concern as mystery bird of prey attacks walkers and cyclists; Animals: Experts seek public's help to capture 'escaped' raptor. 473
Contractor appointed to fit Peterhead CCTV system; PROJECT. 344
Cross-border production to start in September; OIL AND GAS. 442
Deaths. 1549
Decision to probe death long overdue; The Voice of the North. 247
Dons set template for Blue Toon; ASSISTANT. 274
Eastgate Centre to host summer of fun; CHILDREN. 230
Ebukam much to celebrate; GRIDIRON. 112
Educating Rita is a first-class look at life, learning and loss; REVIEW. 458
EVERYONE'S FAVOURITE OGRE IS BACK; Out of the swamp and into a theatre near you, Shrek the Musical is heading for the big stage, writes Philippa Gerrard. 910
Ex-Dons striker signs for Dundee United; TRANSFERS. 206
Ex-soldier's fundraising on record cycle probed; Watchdog: Team confident investigation will find no wrongdoing. 531
Fairy Godmother returns home; ENTERTAINMENT. 292
Fairytale weekend brings heartwarming wins. 215
Family hope new probe can 'bring justice' for Kevin; Force to review 24-year-old's death. 244
Fans need to be Open-minded. 520
Ferry transformed into music venue for festival; EVENTS. 328
Firms donate to help refurbish hall; COMMUNITY. 225
FISHERMAN'S FRIENDS [...]. 178
Flood-hit villagers plead for help with their drains; Council: Residents forced to take matters into own hands during downpour. 393
Footballer says thanks to fundraisers after knee op; On the mend: Operation saves striker's career following PS6,000 collection. 397
Forensic experts give evidence at rape trial; Court: Mixed DNA profile found on alleged victim's clothing. 384
Former Kirk moderator given honorary doctorate; RELIGION. 281
Fresh safety concerns at shellfish processing plant; Probe: Watchdogs order Macduff Shellfish to make urgent improvements. 326
FRIDAY JULY 5 - SATURDAY, JULY 6. 161
FRIDAY JULY 5. 157
Funding worth PS1m to improve record at sea; LIFESAVING. 218
Galvanised Hartley's at Cove to put things right; League 2: New manager feels he has point to prove after Falkirk sacking. 371
GOING OUT V STAYING IN; Whether out on the town, or snuggled up indoors, here are Philippa Gerrard's top picks for making the most of your down time. 514
Group grew from small joinery venture into major construction firm; BACKGROUND. 276
Harrington at odds with Tiger's approach; GOLF. 347
Hartley likes what he sees as Cove beat Locos in pre-season. 356
Health experts blast remarks by frontrunner over 'sugar tax' OBESITY. 352
Hidden valleys revealed by new digital survey; Geology: Grangemouth has UK's deepest secret. 391
History Mannie's life's work turned into city encyclopedia; Heritage: Group spent two years compiling book from Ted's collection. 374
Horoscopes. 676
Hunt pledges immigration plan 'that works for Scotland'. 291
Iffraaz ready to rock Yarmouth; RACING. 648
INEW IN CINEMAS. 394
Inquiry finds rural concern over NHS centralisation; HEALTH. 313
It's teen spirit for Dee says former Ger Ness; DUNDEE. 226
Jags likely to lose wing starlet to Canaries; PARTICK. 313
Johnson pledges PS1bn for police; TORIES. 303
Lawyer backs City lost title campaign; History: Solicitor's bid to reinstate Highland League title of 1992-93. 408
Lennon chuffed with side after trip abroad "We got a lot of good work in over the 10 days" CELTIC. 219
Lennon chuffed with side after trip abroad; CELTIC. 231
LET THE GAMES BEGIN! IF YOU DO THING WITH YOUR FAMILY THIS WEEKEND ... VISIT THE SCOTTISH GAME FAIR 1 From watching the country's top sheepdogs in action to falconry displays and demonstrations with some of Scotland's top chefs, there's plenty to keep the whole family amused at this annual countryside extravaganza, writes Susan Welsh. 657
Libraries to help boost business growth; COMMUNITY. 213
LISTINGS. 4374
LISTINGS. 349
Livestock. 335
Loanee looking to Curry favour with boss to earn first team spot; CALEY JAGS. 357
Losing United pressure can help Wilson; MANAGER. 357
Man left soaked in blood after bird of prey attack; Nature: Experts believe animal has possibly escaped from a falconer. 485
Man still accuses 'paedophile ring' COURT. 267
Man who fell from jet 'likely was staff' STOWAWAY. 119
Man, 37, charged for spate of crimes; POLICE. 116
Manager best fit to help club progress up levels; CHAIRMAN. 254
May's legacy as PM 'will be independence' ? Sturgeon says devolution review is 'too little, too late'. 553
Medals of Arctic Convoys hero put on display; ? Daughters proud to donate dad's gongs. 579
MEH pairs 'micro-management with big picture vision' INNOVATION. 245
MoD accused of Vulcan site plan secrecy; NUCLEAR. 244
Moray Crematorium installs defibrillator; Device: Kit put in place after two heart attacks at UK funerals. 380
Moray rowers to take on championship challenge; Sport: Two Moray clubs will compete against the world's best this weekend. 415
Motivated Hartley's at Cove to put things right; League 2: New manager feels he has point to prove after Falkirk sacking. 371
Murray couldn't pass up once-in-a-lifetime Williams chance; MIXED DOUBLES. 360
Murray couldn't pass up once-in-a-lifetime Williams chance; TENNIS. 360
New boss for BoS business service; BANKING. 108
New police search for missing Suzy; INVESTIGATION. 126
New teachers could go rural; Education: Call to send trainees to remote areas to tackle teacher shortages. 426
NEW TO DVD, BLU-RAY & DOWNLOAD. 138
News of sub crew surviving fatal fire; RUSSIA. 113
No kneed for any excuses; ? Edmund refuses to blame injury as collapse costs him place in third round. 548
No kneed for any excuses; ? Edmund refuses to blame injury as collapse costs him place in third round. 550
Noel and Liam clash again; MUSIC. 118
Nursery careers not child's play for men. 807
On this day. 231
OUTSOURCING Serco fined PS19.2m by SFO. 103
People need to be challenged on Indy; 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 165
Photographer chased after he sets gannet free; WILDLIFE. 326
Player benefits from fan power; The Voice of the North. 110
Police to probe Kevin case after first effort 'fell short' Tragedy: Independent review ordered into 'unexplained' harbour death. 530
Politicians want say on future of new bank; Politics: MSPs give backing to SNIB Bill. 180
Praise for self-directed support; SOCIAL CARE. 201
Praise for staff from Highland schools; INSPECTIONS. 119
Private Eye's first editor. 291
Prize for scheme to boost knowledge of antibiotics; HEALTH. 316
Progress has cost our local councils; 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 155
Proud Ness organisers seeking bikers to join parade; EVENTS. 266
PS30k funding boost means more help for families; CHARITY. 259
PS56bn for high-speed train that will shave only minutes off travel time a loco notion. 886
Public hall's fortunes rise; Community: Surge in popularity for venue since volunteers took control. 404
Pupils give PS2.5m gateway to Loch Ness top marks; TOURISM. 368
Q & A; The secretary of the Forres Highland Games committee tells Your Weekend about this Saturday's traditional Highland gathering. 725
QI purchase worth eight figure sum for Expro; Acquisition: Exact value not revealed. 398
RETURN TO THEIR ROOTS; Having conquered the world, The Proclaimers make a welcome visit back to Inverness - a city that helped launch their career - this weekend, writes Susan Welsh. 1025
Return: Football over finances for Wilson. 398
RHS pay tribute to senior Aberdeen gardener; HONOURED. 253
Royalgreeting al greeting at tea party; ? The Queen mingles with over 10,000 invited guests. 591
SCENERY YOU CAN SAVOUR; Take a picnic with you and set off to explore the beautiful bounty on your doorstep. 780
Scores dead in air strike on migrants; Libya: Detention centre hit in fighting. 268
Search to reunite golfer with lost picture; PEOPLE. 192
Shankland only adds to United's firepower; TANGERINES. 347
Sheran happy with move away from football management; DECISION. 535
Shetland oil terminal jobs to be cut by fifth; EnQuest: Around 80 employees will be out of work by end of year. 390
Ships sailed danger-filled route to deliver supplies; HISTORY. 232
Snapper snapped at despite rescue; WILDLIFE. 222
Spacefaring man tips Scotland for aeronautics plan; Space: Pioneering civilian pilot grew up in Aberdeen. 366
Special award for Dyce school; EDUCATION. 114
Squad decision day for Jones; RUGBY. 122
Stabbed pregnant woman's baby dies; CRIME. 255
Steps for Cairngorm Mountain funicular to come back on line; Leisure: HIE reiterates commitment to return railway to service. 388
Striker has nothing to prove back in top flight; ? Graham's planning to pick up where he left off in Premiership. 609
Striker thanks supporters after knee surgery success; Sport: Highland League star grateful for second chance at football career. 406
Student complex plans modified despite objections; PLANNING. 337
Study bid for new south of Aberdeen train stations; Transport: Research would focus on sites in Cove, Altens and Newtonhill. 415
Success for Stonehaven's Eden Manor development. 446
SUNDAY JULY 7. 139
Talent to make others green with envy. 303
Talent to make others green with envy; REVIEW. 293
Tearful dad tells how son died of Aids; Blood scandal: Records 'destroyed'. 350
Teenager feels ready to stake his claim on left-back role; AMBITION. 436
Terminal illness benefits rules criticised by MP; HEALTH. 287
Thai-owned distiller sees single malt sales rise 12%; Drink: Company toasting soaraway success of its premium whisky brands. 278
Thieves target second car dealership in Inverness; POLICE. 341
Thieves target second car dealership in Inverness; Police: Appeal for information following another raid on city showroom. 439
THURSDAY - SUNDAY, JULY 4 - 7. 168
Toll at 13 following review of process; HEALTH. 111
Top sum raised by walkers' gruelling climb; CHARITY. 228
tv highlights. 324
Two goals and debut for Dons; ? Aberdeen have too much firepower for Blue Toon. 491
Two goals and debut for Dons; ? Aberdeen have too much firepower for Blue Toon. 902
Two killed on train tracks; Transport: Investigation after workers are struck by intercity express. 367
Union stresses 'urgency' over payments shortfall; Support: NFUS demands immediate government action on LFASS funding. 396
Vehicle 'seriously damaged' in incident; CRIME. 120
Visitor centre marks 50 years; HERITAGE. 239
Watson misses her best chance to shine; TENNIS. 185
Watson misses her best chance; BRIT GONE. 110
WEDNESDAY JULY 10. 148
Who said it. 244
Why would BBC take Beechgrove off air? 253
Wilson return delights McInnes; DONS. 127
Wilson return delights McInnes; DONS. 127
Wind farms in Highlands among most dangerous; Figures: Highest recorded number of injuries in the UK over last five years. 553
Winger out of training camp with broken jaw; Staggies: Armstrong forced to return home from Netherlands. 369
Work death rates 'worryingly high' ? Farming, fishing, forestry 'most dangerous'. 352
Year-long play puts athletes under pressure. 194

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