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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (June 6, 2019)

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'Industry must be seen to take lead' STRATEGY. 112
'Missed chances' to avert atrocity; CRIME. 127
'We need to act on climate' ? Shell boss wants swift move toward using more low carbon energy. 317
'Wonder drug' could help genetic disorder; Science: Cystic fibrosis medication trials show positive results. 363
95,000 hours of work lost to effects of stress; WELLBEING. 208
A perfect blend for Six appeal. 512
Aberdonians urged to consider impact of food waste; ENVIRONMENT. 229
Activists say 40 protesters' bodies pulled from Nile; Sudan: 100 killed in dispersal of anti-military demo. 304
Agency looking forward to completing work; REACTION. 141
Airports strike averted as revised pay offer floated; Aviation: Action planned for Wednesday suspended to allow consultation. 484
ALL-NEW ROLE MODELS; IF YOU DO THING WITH YOUR 1 FAMILY THIS WEEKEND ... VISIT BODY BEAUTIFUL A new exhibition at the National Museum of Scotland examines how today's fashion industry is challenging perceptions and championing alternative ideals of beauty on the catwalk, in advertising, editorial and behind the camera. Editorial 578
Army of women played part in victory; HOME FRONT. 234
Arts and culture group in trip for research; COMMUNITY. 218
Auditor probes ability of HIE to run ski resort; Valuation of failed funicular railway also called into question CAIRNGORM. 499
BACKSTAGE TOURS. 173
Betty marks 26 years of cafe volunteering; CHARITY. 171
Board's 'concerted effort' to reduce bed-blocking across region; STATISTICS. 216
Boyd: Team style will reflect Clarke's own solidarity ethic; EXPERIENCE. 462
BRANDON MCPHEE. 125
British Wool defies market conditions; MARKETING. 158
Bumrah bamboozles Proteas to earn Kohli praise. 306
Bumrah bamboozles Proteas to earn Kohli praise. 319
Bursary bid to help mature students. 200
Calls for separate classes to protect staff from attacks; Union says pupils with behavioural needs deserve 'proper' facilities. 202
Cashing in with new way to sell rights; PRIZE MONEY. 301
Castle gardens charities growth; OPEN DAY. 105
Champion reveals his 'snooker depression' Sport: Game took toll on star's mental health. 422
Champs plan state of the art training ground. 245
Charity cancels pick-ups in two locations; RETHINK. 206
CINEMA ITHE BIG RELEASE; X-MEN: DARK PHOENIX (12A. 514
CIRQUE DU SOLEIL. 194
City urged to set out plan for pollution; ? Council asked for details over 'Low Emissions Zone'. 473
COMING SOON... 332
Crackdown on trade waste; Unlawful: Companies using recycling centres. 376
d-day anniversary 'I was young and callow. It was probably for the best' As the nation marks the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings, one veteran recalls the planning involved as he tells Neil Drysdale he was one of the 'lucky ones' who got to come home. 985
Data breach probe complete; Changes: Council staff retrained as bins secured. 229
Death toll from sinking of tour boat increases; HUNGARY. 268
Deaths. 1447
Diverse workforce will help with sustainability of oil sector, OGUK head claims; CONFERENCE. Conference news 299
Dons nab their Main man; Reds: Forward Curtis can't wait to get going. 476
Driver, 86, banned after man pinned between cars; ACCIDENT One of the cars damaged in the six-vehicle collision. 292
Driver, 86, fined and disqualified; COURT. 266
Driving home point over electric car costs. 112
Duo put deli and cafe up for sale; RETAIL. 134
EC backs action on flouting debt rules; ITALY. 135
ELEANOR CONWAY. 158
Faroes model inspires plan for islands; TRANSPORT. 234
Feuding crew force RNLI to stand down lifeboat; ? 'Last resort' move by bosses after disputes could not be settled. 646
Feuding crew force RNLI to stand down lifeboat; ? 'Last resort' move by bosses after disputes could not be settled. 631
Fine for careless driver who had heroin; COURT. 245
Firm hailing 'milestone' Accountancy: New Johnston Carmichael office part of strategic expansion. 284
Flat blaze killer, 24, jailed for at least 19 years; COURT. 364
Focused McIlroy looking to win in Ontario; PGA TOUR. 150
Forsyth triumphs again; ? Glaswegian lifts prestigious trophy 20 years after first success NORTHERN OPEN. 483
FRESH EYES; See the north-east at its creative best. Philippa Gerrard gets a behind-the-scenes look at Aberdeen's Look Again Festival. 623
Fringe to host 3,841 shows; FESTIVAL. 145
Gove blasts Holyrood for 'lack of agricultural bill' FARMING. 369
Groups share in Lottery grants windfall; COMMUNITY. 228
GROWING STRONG; Fresh air fun and garden know-how come together at Inverness Botanic Gardens on Sunday, writes Susan Welsh. 566
Guests get a grand tour at school's official opening; EDUCATION. 354
Help make buzz about bee; Wildlife: Charity urges holidaymakers in remote spots to watch for insect. 380
Help make buzz about bees; Wildlife: Charity urges holidaymakers in remote spots to watch for insect. 380
HHHHH LATE NIGHT (15); 413
HIGH FLYING NOEL; For the second weekend in a row, Inverness will reverberate to the sound of music, writes Susan Welsh. 551
Hive go into East Fife duel with cup form; SWFL. 265
HOME FRONT Army of women played part in victory. 234
Horoscopes. 671
Hurricane boss hails first oil from North Sea field; ? Wells achieve and maintain 20,000-barrel daily output target. 331
Intensive plan to tackle cancer treatment backlog; ? Operating theatres to be dedicated to providing timely care. 352
Inverness can reap rewards of a nation inspired; CALEY JAGS. 389
It's about time Scotland stepped up and paid women's team same as men's team. 910
Jail for raider who stole laptops from city hospital; COURT. 316
Judy Murray critical of lack of facilities; TENNIS. 208
Killer jailed over 'vicious' murder of disabled man; Thug beat chef with walking stick before setting fire to his flat. 175
Konta's talent fit for a King; Tennis: Billie Jean says Briton winning French Open would not be a shock. 476
KT Tunstall sings praises of music gig; HebCelt: Gender balance applauded. 295
Kuchar acts like a man struggling - but he's not. 238
Life-saving kit for fire stations; HEALTH. 263
Lifeboat pulled from action over rivalries in crew; RNLI forced to act as relationship between volunteers breaks down. 194
Lisa Mathieson; Aberdeen's newest youth arts festival is back for its second year. Philippa Gerrard found out more about Light the Blue from its creative learning manager. 814
LISTINGS. 493
LISTINGS. 4091
Little eco-warriors earn PS12k for school; ENVIRONMENT. 253
Livestock. 341
Lord Mayor's hat in exchange for new cap; McLEAN. 459
Love Island star left family notes ahead of suicide; Inquest: Man 'clearly set out' intention to end life. 383
MacRae determined to earn her spurs in Texas; WPGA CUP. 397
Main event as Curtis joins the Dons. 269
Man stole NHS laptops; COURT. 256
MARKETS FTSE buoyed by Wall Street. 230
Mckay deal in pipeline for Staggies; County: One to go as Grivosti signs. 342
Me Too movement has stopped 'men from being men' SOCIETY. 165
Milestone for trust plans; Community: Housing approved in principle. 233
Minister to examine buy-out of call centre; TALK TALK. 193
Motorcycle group joins crackdown on illegal biking; Off-road: Action after incidents at country estate. 269
Motorist refused to give a breath sample; COURT. 268
Murderer who killed man in blaze jailed for 19 years; Court: Judge condemns 'vicious and hateful' act. 554
New improved Morgan back in the Hoops loop; RETURN. 408
Next '12 months pivotal' for success of Lancaster project; REACTION. 275
No Scots in the US Open but our game healthier. 206
Nursery site quarry fears; Planning: Council risks starting afresh amid questions over site's suitability. 326
OBANLIVE. 200
Offers already rolling in; Decommissioning: Weeks-old firm has had interest from South-east Asia. 224
On this day. 201
Past times. 105
Planet will be loser from blame game; 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 263
Plea to help fund repairs for unique turntable ferry; COMMUNITY. 290
Police officers stop 53 drivers; ROADS. 110
Popular ex-councillor dies at 76; FAMILY NOTICES. Obituary 159
Prison worker survives kill bid; CRIME. 142
PS850k of counterfeit goods seized; BY DOUGLAS BARRIE BORDER FORCE. 124
Quarry fears undermine proposed PS2.4m nursery; Planning: Council risks starting afresh amid questions over site's suitability. 473
Queen hails resilience of the wartime generation; d-day anniversary ? Veterans and world leaders in poignant tribute in Portsmouth. 612
Queen hails resilience of the wartime generation; Veterans and world leaders in poignant tribute in Portsmouth. 609
Reality of virtual teacher; Education: New post aimed at helping kids in care succeed in class and life. 380
Recovery stalled as helicopter fails to reach bodies; Avalanche: Scottish tour leader among missing 8. 334
Region's drugs woes on agenda in London; WESTMINSTER. 249
Return to drawing board for dualling; 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 219
Revamped range of tractors have green credentials; Massey Ferguson: Line-up meets emissions rules. 299
Route shut after buses go up in flames on forecourt; Fire: Plumes of thick black smoke rise 40ft into air as crews tackle blaze. 316
Rural haven for busy couple. 492
Scots have no dark blues over 6-0 defeat; WOMEN'S FOOTBALL LATEST ? Keeper warns English they face a different tartan animal. 1365
Scots in with shout of restoring Hampden roar; ? McKenna hails women's team but says dawn of Clarke era brings its own positives. 586
SCOTTISH HAPPENINGS; Susan Welsh presents news of great offers, events and new openings in Scotland. 756
Strike averted as pay offer revised by airport chiefs; Dispute: Air traffic controllers to look at proposal. 328
Survey seeking views on livestock worrying issue; Questionnaire: Online bid to get better understanding of growing problem. 404
THAINSTONE COUNTRY MUSIC FESTIVAL. 157
TIME TO RELIGHT THAT FIRE... 163
TODAY'S SELECTIONS: SANDS OF MALI A CLASS APART AT HAMILTON. 255
Tories: Johnson's hopes could be toast after Marmite remark. 141
Town's last church to be new centre; Revamp: PS500,000 project nearing completion in time for boat festival. 412
Trump 'simply cannot be trusted' over trade; SNP. 298
Trust rebrand completed; Portfolio: Financial group rolls out BMO Global Asset Management brand. 276
Turf cut for final stage of bypass; WEST LINK. 119
tv highlights. 343
Two charged after sheep die on farm; Police: Warning to pet owners after alleged livestock worrying incident. 455
Two charged following alleged sheep-worrying; INCIDENT. 325
Union Street needs to be the priority; 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 110
Union wants action after rise in classroom violence; Education: Call for pupils with learning difficulties to be taught separately. 506
Unions in shock over Ford reports; FACTORIES. 159
Unravelling the rural cancer brain buster. 827
Unusual wreck off north-east beach; HISTORY. 365
WEEKEND; BRANDON McPHEE. 278
Who said it. 235
Window of opportunity for tourist season; ATTRACTION. 176
Witness appeal after inappropriate behaviour on bus; POLICE. 234
Woman walked into wrong house and stole photo; COURT. 354
Woman, 86, gets driving ban and fine; Court: Pensioner lost control of car after 'foot got stuck' on accelerator. 417
Work needed if faith in HIE to be restored; The Voice of the North. 257
YOU'D BE MAD TO MISS IT! Get ready to move it move it when Madagascar The Musical comes to Aberdeen next week. Philippa Gerrard went along to rehearsals to find out more. 599

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