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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (June 28, 2019)

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'Exceptional' hospice care recognised; Report: Highland facility's top grade. 404
'Neanderthal' threw dirty water at partner; COURT. 242
'Noel was true one-off' Tributes: Elgin man Noel suffered heart attack while out cycling. 543
ACE times ahead for Cove; Club relishes challenge as sponsor signs up to help make vision reality. 500
ACE times ahead for Cove; COVE RANGERS ? Club relishes challenge as sponsor signs up to help make vision reality. 500
Actor who starred in western dies; FAMILY NOTICES. 157
AI crop spraying unit is unveiled; TECHNOLOGY. 131
Aly's heart op stops tour; Music: Fiddler postpones performances to recuperate after triple bypass. 408
AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE. 476
Another bump in the road for politicians. 148
Any nuclear incident will cause alarm. 257
Archie to go on his first tour; ROYALS. 114
As You Were music fans, Gallagher to play P&JLive; ? Ex-Oasis frontman performing in north-east as part of UK tour. 717
As You Were music fans, Gallagher to play P&JLive; ? Ex-Oasis frontman performing in north-east as part of UK tour. 442
Attraction increases offering as funicular railway remains closed; TOURISM. 269
Award-winning Orcadian singer playing Hebridean Celtic Festival; MUSIC. 311
Benefits of new training centre 'huge' FIREFIGHTERS. 262
BEST OF THE REST. 614
Best spot for school building mapped out by councillors; Education: Preferred location for new Peterhead community campus. 404
Bryson expects Lampard to follow his lead; RAMS. 384
Call for beetle samples to help in pest research; Science: Deadly wasp larvae could prove to be an effective bio-control agent. 332
Carer held pillow over his ex-partner's head; CHARGE. 275
Catherine Deveney; Maybe it is finding forgiveness for people like Jack that will help to set us free also. 884
Centre revamp plans move up a gear; COMMUNITY. 227
City 'looking like jungle' after grass cutting slashed Response: Council in defence; Administration approved PS653,000 maintenance budget cut. 658
City gets ready to say thank you to armed forces in special parade; EVENT. 273
Clarke sceptical over contenders' claims; BREXIT. 212
Clean sweep the goal; ? Kyles' Macarthur can make history in Taynuilt final. 416
Concern at plan to cut council office's hours; Community: Residents fear losing face-to-face service point. 341
Containers dumped at woodlands; Community: Local tells of disgust. 368
Contamination probe after alert at Dounreay site; 'Human error' blamed for incident at former reprocessing plant. 200
Cork Diary. 283
CORRECTIONS:. Correction notice 122
Council and NHS pick up PS1.2m care overspend tab; ? Board warned of impact from financial hit on services shake-up. 396
Council ditches permit scheme for staff; PARKING. 268
Council warns public of road closures; TRANSPORT. 229
Councillors vote to allow Travellers to stay on site; Families' tears of joy as controversial St Cyrus camp approved PLANNING DECISION. 587
Deal finally dead as Turnbull to go under the knife; MOTHERWELL. 389
Deaths. 1331
Defeat wipes out lead at top; AMATEURS. 405
Dentist faces ban as report says 'conduct inappropriate' Charges: GDC claims work botched. 364
Detectives appeal for dash-cam footage after crooks break into home in middle of the day; CRIME. 169
DNA sample led to sex attacker's conviction; COURT. 401
DNA snares sex offender 11 years after first attack; Man behind bars for serious assaults on woman and 16-year-old. 201
Dons make fresh move to bring in McGeouch; Transfer: Club revive interest after missing out on player last summer. 436
eGroup beefs up top team; OIL AND GAS. 119
Embarrassed Meekings looks to make up for lost time; DUNDEE. 325
England smash Norway to make last four; WORLD CUP. 266
Entrepreneurs on Elevator to awards success; Celebration: Achievements and performances hailed. Awards list 423
Equinor boss pledges to promote UK in new role; Challenge: Hedda Felin plans return to Norway as principal advisor to CEO. 426
Ex-soldier in 'nasty assault' Court: Accused lashed out after victim's alleged insult towards his wife. 275
Extra help for crofters to tackle geese; FARMING. 254
Finish line in sight for gruelling 10k run; CHARITY. 246
Finlay can play on thanks to life-saving kit; PEOPLE. 310
Firefighters will learn at PS320k training facility; Services: North-east crew to benefit from centre. 326
Firm to expand vegan menus; PUBS. 268
Focus on PS40m leisure project proposal; PLANNING. 236
Funding drive by mead maker; DRINK. 258
Garcia finds his flow with great Valderrama start; ANDALUCIA. 482
Gerrard pleased to land wanted Aribo; RANGERS. 239
Gloves off in No 1 fight; Goalkeepers: Laidlaw fired up for battle with Baxter to be first choice. 664
Going carbon neutral after climate emergency protest; Local authority makes declaration while activists lobby meeting. 461
Goodwin on the verge of Buddies return; ST MIRREN. 257
Harbour users given glimpse of pier plans; Repairs: Drop-in session to showcase programme of works. 327
Harbour users given insight into repairs; PORTS. 210
Hen harrier Rannoch dies in trap; WILDLIFE CRIME. 208
Horoscopes. 690
Hywind power purchase deal marks 'new chapter' for firm. 222
Index in red after morning slump; MARKETS. 289
India win over England likely - Rahul; CRICKET. 230
JUNIOR JOURNALIST; THE WINNERS SUPPLEMENT WINNER SUCCESS AND ROYAL APPROVAL. 305
Kid Curry tipped to be hot shot at Caley Jags; ? Parent club insisted on recall clause for highly-rated forward. 424
Kid Curry tipped to be hot shot at Caley Jags; CHAMPIONSHIP FOOTBALL ? Parent club insisted on recall clause for highly-rated forward. 424
Lifejacket could have saved life of prawn fisherman; Investigation: Man, 62, died after accident at loch. 336
Lifjellet field 'one to watch', says Felin; NORTH SEA. 208
Livestock. 806
Lovat's Rennie returns after more than a decade; MACAULAY CUP. 259
MacIntyre's hometown roots help ground him; ? Local hero reflects on his rapid rise as the Open beckons. 630
MacIntyre's hometown roots help ground him; WORLD OF GOLF ? Local hero reflects on his rapid rise as the Open beckons. 1000
Man dragged partner by hair in 'abhorrent' abuse; Court: Behaviour like 'Neanderthal' caveman. 295
Man to appear in court on murder charge; POLICE. 237
Man vows 'never to drive again' after serious crash; COURT. 215
Man's threat to rape officer's daughter; COURT. 244
Man, 20, to face court on murder charge; COURT. 240
Massive bird redraws map of prehistoric life in Europe; Science: Remains of 70 stone beast found. 336
May calls for US and Iran to calm tensions in Gulf; SUMMIT. 256
Memories: Good times during visits to north-east. 282
Merlin arrives at museum; Aviation history: Morayvia gets ready to unveil new helicopter to visitors. 281
Military unit brought in to fight wildfire; Spain: Chicken manure started blaze. 199
Molloy 'astonished' as Sparrows Group decides to quit OCA; Offshore: Union boss says move 'sends out the wrong message'. 395
More recruits at store than first thought; RETAIL. 244
More suspensions of airport strike action; INDUSTRIAL. 146
MP warns north could be 'short-changed' BREXIT. 163
MSP issues funding application reminder; HOUSING. 170
Museum explores world of wizards. 143
Museum gives chance to have wizard time; EXHIBITION. 138
Neville revels in England quality; WORLD CUP. 271
New course is looking to help entrepreneurs; Business: Aim is to help nurture vital new skills. 312
New ideas to lure tourists up mountain; Cairngorms: Bid to offset railway blow. 307
New quota advice will add to prese pressure, says Ewing; FISHING. 390
No bad blood with Ruth, insists Boris; CONSERVATIVES ? Aspiring prime minister says he can strengthen Union. 451
No one-size-fits-all Brexit solution; 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 163
Non-executive board members appointed to join NHS Highland; HEALTH. 303
North-east woman, 22, missing on Isle of Wight; Search: Family joint hunt for Rosie. 443
Nuclear plant incident sparks alarm; DOUNREAY. 248
Nuclear power site alarm; Dounreay: Human error blamed after 'low-level' contamination detected. 443
Oasis star's Granite City date; Controversial singer Gallagher bringing his solo tour to the P&JLive. 467
Officers charge man with murder of 'amazing' dad; Investigation: Family left 'devastated' and 20-year-old to appear in court. 432
On this day. 213
On-form Falconer to miss crunch clash; LEAGUE. 232
Plans for huge solar farm "The proposals will generate employment opportunities" Renewables: Scheme to feature 100,000 panels. 387
Playground party politics must end; 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 192
Police name hill walker who died following fall; TRAGEDY. 297
Police revisit scene of sexual assault; CRIME. 247
Porridge makers hoping to stir up championships; COMPETITION Golden opportunity for entrants from around world to shine. 503
Proposed GP practice could take on multiple roles says health chief; HEALTH. 203
Protest at funding cuts in additional support needs; ? Gatherings in five towns to voice concern over impact on pupils. 357
Public asked to speak up at council meetings; PROCEDURES. 204
Pupils on course for childcare initiative; EDUCATION. 137
Qualification to pull in potential brewers; CAREERS. 268
Range delivering job opportunities; INVERNESS. 265
Returning home just feels right for Bryson; ? Midfielder says he's rejoining an improved league. 645
Rich history of Aberdeen harbour to be catalogued; HERITAGE. 283
Scheme bids to boost hospitality industry; Training: New apprenticeships offered at north-east hotels. 344
Scheme will help young people enjoy the outdoors; WALKING. 225
Scotland legend Ford announces his retirement; RUGBY. 206
Scotland stalwart Ford announces his retirement and coaching ambition; RUGBY. 415
Shaw and Miley shine in the pool; SWIMMING. 159
Sheriff who died while out cycling was 'true one-off' Tributes paid to long-serving lawman after sudden death. 174
Sheriff who was a true 'one-off '. 113
Show official's PS750 fine for stalking wife; Court: Gaul also issued with two-year non-harassment order. 406
Sleeper boss accused of lowland bias; Transport: Concern over delays. 471
SNP slams Australian-style points plan; IMMIGRATION. 175
Socially aware children praised in Westminster; CAMPAIGN. 184
Society arranges summer displays; HERITAGE. 123
Society arranges summer displays; HERITAGE. 130
Specialist school wins autism accreditation award; EDUCATION. 201
SPORT ON TELEVISION. 448
Sport: Shinty helping MacIntyre stay fresh. 386
Spot marine life without getting wet; Animals: Trust launches whale trail. 343
Stand by me: Star's affinity with north. 258
Striker turns down move to Balmoral Stadium; TRANSFER TARGET. 274
Stroke warning from infections; HEALTH. 201
Sturgeon tackled on cuts to schools; ? Challenge over funding for public services and education. 440
Submarine hunters get RAF livery; Defence: Planes due in Moray in 2020. 363
Supercars drive up charity funds; EVENT. 315
Tantalising view of Olympic set-up beckons for Prise; Athletics: Pentathlete competing in Tokyo today. 352
Tenants told to leave homes after decades; University: Residents 'losing sleep' over three months' notice. 354
Therapy on doorstep; Couple set up first salt therapy facility in north-east after treatment helped family members with their ailments. 373
Tribute to 'brave' dad as man faces murder charge; Family left devastated following death of 'amazing' 51-year-old. 172
Turn out in force to say thanks to military. 858
tv highlights. 339
Unanimous backing for Air Passenger Duty exemption for region; AVIATION. 209
Walkers give hill 'biggest bosie' to raise funds; CHARITY. 239
Who said it. 184
Wind farm support running out of air . 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 193
Worker helped end war; ? Influence on Treaty of Versailles. 357
WORRIES OVER PLASTIC. 450
YOUNG CAMPAIGNERSFIGHTING POLLUTION. 652

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