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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (May 18, 2019)

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"Shegropedforalightswitch,foundtheelectricityhadbeencutoff. Idiot!" EXTRACT 2 OF 2. 843
'Illegal' riders put future of Six Days Trials at risk; Event: Complaints of unauthorised use of motorcycles on private land. 524
A CALM MORNING; Julia Sidell takes a stroll to the other side of the moor and discovers a blanket of quiet, interrupted only by chirping birds. 656
ADVENTURE INTO DUBAI; Jon Hebditch takes a trip to one of the world's most decadent cities and discovers that it is possible to enjoy luxury on an affordable budget. 923
Another record falls to red-hot Koepka; Golf: American extends lead over US PGA field. 540
Appeal to trace poorly seal pup; MARINE LIFE. 160
Art students show vision needed to rescue gallery; Culture: Exhibition highlights museum's potential to town. 389
Band reveals inspiration; Music: Ex-spin doctor's role in creative process for song by Skipinnish. 356
Battle for motorcycle bus lane access still on; Council: After proposal rejected campaigner to continue fight. 417
Beat dementia by having ball; HEALTH. 262
Bid to extend life of quarry by seven years; Planning: Firm says move ensures local sand and gravel supply. 315
Blaze sparks fear for residents' evacuation; ? Locals warned to avoid area as fire rages near town. 475
Blaze sparks fear for residents' evacuation; ? Residents warned to avoid area as flames rage near town. 480
Blind walker hits the road for charity; FUNDRAISING. 261
BODIES ARE A CANVAS; Tattoos were once associated with heavy rock bands but have now become mainstream. And as Ellie House discovered, people from all walks of life keep adding to their extensive body art collection BODIES ARE CANVAS FOR TATTOO FANS. 1813
breakfast; Cherry and ginger breakfast bars. Recipe 238
Brexit threat to lifeblood of communities; The Voice of the North. 220
Brexit woes leave departure from CFP looking 'shaky' POLITICS. 230
Cabbies chip in for late colleague; DONATION. 206
Call for probe into council van hire as fleet waits for logos; Union boss demands investigation over 'financial disgrace'. 232
Calls for plan to replace asbestos-ridden academy; Councillor: Authority should fund works to explore building of new school. 414
Carrier criticises lack of talks on industrial action; AVIATION. 282
Caterer leaves couples in the lurch; BUSINESS. 342
Charity wants crossing on street aspriority; COUNCIL. 260
CHECKER IT OUT; Backgammon has a history which can be traced back thousands of years. Ellie House found out how a board game can combat stress and bring people together. 849
Cheers and goodbye; The ultimate drinks to toast cult show Game Of Thrones' final episode on Monday, writes Susan Welsh. 336
City FFP case casts shadow over FA Cup final. 261
Clarke right on time for Scotland job - McInnes; AFC: Dons boss happy at Pittodrie and backs Killie manager for Dark Blues. 452
Closing date set for 116-acre mixed arable and beef farm. 292
Construction begins to build 90 new homes; Planning: Affordable housing scheme at Ury Estate, Stonehaven. 311
Controversy as Caley Jags lose play-off; Tannadice: Robertson rages at ref DUNDEE UNITED 3 CALEY THISTLE 0 AGGREGATE: 4-0. 317
Copter fuel gauge issues; Inquiry: Engineer 'not aware' of warning notice. 428
Corbyn calls time on Brexit compromise talks; LABOUR. 333
Council cuts projected overspend to PS2.28 million; FINANCE. 346
Council reduces feared overspend to PS2.28 million; Cuts: Authority warns of more challenges ahead. 356
County keen to keep up 100% record; NOSCA. 281
critics' choice. 341
critics' choice. 326
Crossing on street will save lives, says charity; COUNCIL. 260
Deaths. 982
Decade of dedication poised to pay off for Cove's co-boss; ? Mathieson urges sensible game management at Shielfield Park. 503
Declaring war on wildfires. 126
Declaring war on wildfires; The Voice of the North. 126
Dons' Euro hopes given lucky paper birdie boost; Aberdeen: Youngsters donate 1,000 origami cranes to get heroes off to a flyer. 371
DORIC COLUMN ROBBIE SHEPHERD To contact Robbie, email and mark you message FAO Robbie Shepherd; Coorie doon, coorie doon, Coorie doon, my darlin, Coorie doon the day.MATT MCGINN. Column 665
Dozens of firefighters tackle blaze raging near wind farm; DANGER. 313
Dozens of firefighters tackle inferno raging near wind farm; DANGER. 310
Dream now so close to reality for Cove. 511
Dreams of the top tier turn into a nightmare; SCOTTISH PREMIERSHIP PLAY-OFFS ACTION ? Referee at centre of matters again as Caley Thistle lose. 810
Drivers facing diversion as overhead cables buried; Transport: Two months of disruption while work carried out near school. 287
Dunfermline eager to secure deal for Davidson; BACKROOM. 274
eating out guide the menu's; SPONSORED CONTENT. 153
Elderly feel the benefit of table tennis; SPORT. 258
Farmers must be on lookout to prevent Bluetongue in UK. 296
Festival bringing the world to city streets; EVENT. 240
First floating dairy farm gives look into the future. 440
First sale for new gangway; EXPO. 122
Footsie into red as Brexit talks end; MARKETS. 120
FUN AND FLEXIBLE; The kimono is one of the fashion top trends this summer. Philippa Gerrard shows you three ways to style it. 362
FUN, FIZZ AND FUNDS; PHOTOGRAPHS / KATH FLANNERY TO ORDER PHOTOGRAPHS / PHONE 0800 318 846 Send details of your events to 232
GALA DINNER RAISES OVER PS33,000; PHOTOGRAPHS / COLIN RENNIE TO ORDER PHOTOGRAPHS / PHONE 0800 318 846 Send details of your events to 202
GP jailed for sex assaults; Court: Doctor groped patients when they went to him with minor ailments. 356
GP practice warns of disruption due to lack of cover; HEALTH. 350
Grappling with greatness; People: Budding wrestler turned to north-east expert for tips from the top. 411
Gym owner believes exercise is best route; PERSONAL TRAINER. 336
Harry, 99, still hooked on fishing village after 40 years; Holiday: War veteran loves heading to north-east coast for summer breaks. 424
healthy eating; Vegan fish and chips. Recipe 531
Heeding winds of change. 593
Helen's in chocolate heaven; Bake Off winner Helen Vass is going to make a sweet impression at Taste of Grampian, writes Susan Welsh. 550
Helping Dons take flight; People: Lucky origami cranes bid to give team lift ahead of crucial clash. 387
Horoscopes. 712
How Thai boxing xing and podcast relieve struggles; MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS WEEK In the final part of our series for Mental Health Awareness Week, Neil Drysdale learns how sport can help. 512
HOW TO BUILD AN INSECT HOTEL; A bug hotel is part garden art and part habitat, helping you to cultivate a garden army that will see your plants flourishing. This step-by-step guide will help you create a multi-storey hotel that's full of all sorts of natural materials, providing hidey-holes for creatures galore. 403
I'll be going back to Norfolk's big sky country - and not just for ice cream. 632
Jambos have final concerns; HEARTS. 212
JOCKY'S BRIEF FLIGHT. Television program review 564
Journey into Pinot paradise; menu wine columnist Carol Brown explores German wine region, Baden. 1083
Juices 'as harmful as sugary drinks' HEALTH. 148
KIDS' STUFF; Looking for a short, family-friendly break? Sarah Howden discovers London is not only for the grown-ups when she takes her little one for an adventure to the Big Smoke. 957
Kyle company helping drivers stick to the left; Roads: Skye Car Hire praised for safety efforts. 405
League leaders plan to stay at summit; STRATHMORE. 267
Lecturer runs 10k daily in aid of charity; CHALLENGE. 277
Legend Len shows upcoming star the ropes; WRESTLING. 298
Let's not waste time on indyRef2; Letters to the editor Write to: Letters to the editor, The Press and Journal, 1 Marischal Square, Broad Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1BL. email: All letters are subject to editing and must include your full address and daytime telephone number for verification. Thank you. Letter to the editor 239
Let's not waste time on indyRef2; Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 238
Lifeboat rescues stricken yacht pair; EMERGENCY. 103
lunch box. Recipe 207
MacKenzies' manic month has family running about like mad; In her monthly column, Jo MacKenzie writes about life on one of the few remaining dairy farms in the north of Scotland. Column 929
Madonna to perform interval set. 142
Man stalked wife after tip-off over 'fiddle tutor affair' Court told farming show vice-president followed partner. 148
Man, 56, avoids jail for sex offences; COURT. 137
May fest puts the word on the street; FESTIVAL. 240
McInally agrees to stay and lead Blue Toon into League 1; Peterhead: Balmoor boss to remain following talks with club's chairman. 522
McInally agrees to stay on as boss of Blue Toon; PETERHEAD. 312
McKenna's so sure Joe is anything but average for the Reds; SCOTTISH PREMIERSHIP LATEST ? Vice-captain thinks keeper is Shinnie's natural successor. 542
midweek meal. 477
Mind behind Louvre pyramid, 102. 367
Mini unveils updated Clubman and Countryman. 233
Monitor farm meeting will discuss soil health. 309
MP fears 'Brexit is time-bomb' for coastal economy; 'Migrant labour vital as region becomes retirement home'. 233
MPs to quiz TV regulator; SHOWBIZ. 116
MSP in call over online badge appeals; TRANSPORT. 232
MY LIFE ELEANOR CONWAY; Eleanor Conway presents her new show, Walk of Shame - Part 2 (Reality Bites), to Eden Court Theatre, Inverness, on June 6. 461
Neilson praises United for dealing with pressure; TANGERINES. 298
New book shines light on real character; The Leopard Spots. 922
New chapter beckons for former bookshop; Funding: Hotel bid among those awarded town centre grants. 561
New plans unveiled for maternity unit at Dr Gray's Hospital; Health: Proposal includes provision for two extra consultants. 333
NFUS team gather farmers' opinions. 198
No just rewards but a silver lining for the next campaign. 307
Norton mistaken for musical theatre lord; ? BBC host tells of 'palatial' hotel suite mix-up in Russia. 291
OAP dies following crash; Tragedy: Woman killed, two others seriously injured on Portsoy-Huntly road. 343
On this day. 189
Open-air pool preparing for new season; LEISURE. 296
Organic potential unveiled at event. 259
Our weekly round-up of the latest news, products, facts and events for foodies. 378
P&J panel: What do you think of how the council is managing its vans? 176
Parent slams school over swastika graffiti; VANDALISM. 309
Parent's disgust as swastika graffiti still in school; EDUCATION. 313
Parole set for Newbury redemption; RACING. 252
Patients face delays at short-staffed surgery; Health: GP appointments could be changed or cancelled. 391
Pilot ejects from jet just before it hits warehouse; United States: No deaths from F-16 fighter crash. 330
PINK POP; This common shade is surprisingly absent from wardrobes around the country. Philippa Gerrard reminds us that wearing pink is most definitely for girls. 310
Places like this are why curry is king in Britain; Dyce Tandoori 273 Stoneywood Road, Aberdeen AB21 9JS t: 01224 710303 w: 731
Plan for quarry to be extended; INDUSTRY. 187
Planners agree to removal of church pews; SHETLAND. 262
Plans to restore Dr Gray's maternity services approved; NHS GRAMPIAN. 326
Plea for funding for new school in Nairn; EDUCATION. 259
Police on the hunt for tool thieves; CRIME. 120
Poozies prepared to pack a Punch; MUSIC. 321
Prince William reveals battles with fear of death 'around door' ROYALS. 365
Public urged to join in Kiltwalk; CHARITY. 155
Pupil, 17, had knife at school; COURT. 105
Pyjamas at work helps staff win award; HEALTH. 227
Quarry applies to extend current site and operations for seven years; ENVIRONMENT. 292
Radical abortion bill likely to pass; UNITED STATES. 120
Reid says Shire remain unbowed despite tough defeats; CAPTAIN. 325
Revised Audi A4 gets refreshed looks. 264
Safety group to protect those in peril on the sea; ? New initiative aims to change culture of Scots fishing industry. 312
School blaze probe on hold; FIRE. 130
Scots job would be honour - Clarke's assistant; KILMARNOCK. 255
Seeing M People star on stage again was one night in heaven; REVIEW. 268
Sermon. 314
Sheep get their woollies ready for big day oollies. 934
Silence from wedding chaos caterer; BUSINESS. 342
Singer Capaldi still getting used to fame; MUSIC. 313
SNP angry at ex-Tory MSP in audience; QUESTION TIME. 377
SNP show funding double standards; Letters to the editor Write to: Letters to the editor, The Press and Journal, 1 Marischal Square, Broad Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1BL. email: All letters are subject to editing and must include your full address and daytime telephone number for verification. Thank you. Letter to the editor 132
SNP show funding double standards; Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 132
Solar panels may not be our answer. 153
special dispensation for the movement of wide vehicles. 336
Spieth plays down chance to join elite; Golf: Resurgent American not thinking of slam LEADING SCORES (USA unless stated, par 70). 528
Spieth plays down chance to join elite; Golf: Resurgent American not thinking of slam. 456
Stage set for Tide Lines hat-trick; FESTIVAL. 201
Staggies desperately seeking keepers as Fox opts to depart; County: Contract talks fail with backup option set to go out on loan. 366
Staggies seeking keepers after Fox's departure; ROSS COUNTY. 319
starters. Recipe 252
STONE HEAVEN; Philippa Gerrard looks at why we should use more natural stone in modern interior design. 315
Stoney are not Kidding around this campaign; ? Bowler adamant his side can prove doubters wrong this term. 461
Strikes hit Loganair as flights cancelled; AVIATION. 235
Sturgeon plea to Remainers to stop Brexit; POLITICS ? First minister urges public to vote for SNP even if they are against independence. 602
sweet treats. Recipe 489
Taiwan votes to legalise same-sex marriage; EQUALITY. 158
The Flying Pigs Horror on streets of Aberdeen as sweaty cyclists clog up roads meant for my 4x4. 948
The penalty knocked the wind out [...]. 297
The Rise of the Far-Right - BBC Scotland/Youtube. 237
Think tank to generate economic solutions; Chamber: Partnership is 'proactive'. 209
Three Britons killed in Dubai aircraft crash; Accident:Four-seatUK-registeredplaneinvolved. 397
Trek in memory of man who had rare condition; Fundraiser: Tribute to Moray teacher Andy. Obituary 404
Trout cause fishing boom; Pursuits: Anglers reeling in escaped farmed rainbow trout from loch. 430
Trout galore for islanders; Bonanza: Anglers have a field day as rainbows are released from farm pen. 426
Turriff Show figure stalked former wife; Court: Ill-fated bid to save marriage. 342
Turriff Show figure stalked wife after split; Court: Ill-fated bid to save marriage. 341
TV sound man's 'spiritual homecoming' to Elgin; MEDIA. 190
Two are taken off stricken yacht; RESCUE. 135
Unique venue hosts students' art showcase; EXHIBITION. 227
Vans empty as council pays for private hires; Union blasts 'scandal' as workers drive rented vehicles. 364
Voting for Brexit Party is a disaster; Letters to the editor Write to: Letters to the editor, The Press and Journal, 1 Marischal Square, Broad Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1BL. email: All letters are subject to editing and must include your full address and daytime telephone number for verification. Thank you. Letter to the editor 295
Voting for Brexit Party is a disaster; Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 295
Warriors earn final say after running riot against Ulster; PRO14 RUGBY UNION. 121
West coast 'under threat' Economy: Ageing population and dwindling labour put industries at risk. 534
West is best for seafood; Make the most of Scotland's west coast bounty with two delicious shellfish recipes from Tom Kitchin. 751
Who said it. 250
Wildfire finally under control; Evacuation fears amid calls for review into the way moorland is managed. 454
with peanuts. Recipe 722
Wright sends Saints out to spoil Accies' day; PREVIEW. 389
Young Scots on Loughborough learning curve; Athletics: Chance to shine in international event. 548

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