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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (May 2, 2019)

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'Australia's greatest poet' Murray dies aged 80; PRIZEWINNER. Obituary 433
'Ruthless' hacker blackmailed baroness; TECHNOLOGY. 284
Aberdeen tops table for R&D activity; INNOVATION. 255
Adam's time at Potters coming to end; CONTRACTS. 268
Adding fungicide doses not effective; ARABLE. 142
Alleged mosque attacker facing media blackout; New Zealand: Bid to block racist ideology from news. 339
Ammonia gas leak forces factory staff to evacuate; Emergency: Workers at Macduff Shellfish plant told not to enter building. 318
ANNIE LENNOX TO GIVE TEDX TALK; > COMING SOON... 381
Base rate set to be held at 0.75%; ECONOMY. 104
Beer kiosk pioneers in crowdfunding campaign; Entrepreneurs: Devices will speed up service for sports and music fans. 501
Bid to withdraw guilty plea refused; COURT. 153
Breakdown of costs by local authority area and category of claim; FACTS AND FIGURES. 300
BROWSING FOR A BOOK; IF YOU DO THING WITH 1 YOUR FAMILY THIS WEEKEND... VISIT A BOOKSHOP Dr Stuart Hannabuss, Lay Chaplain, Aberdeen University, author and keen reader sings the praises of charity and local bookshops in Aberdeen. 774
Butcher promises a belter; ? Unbeaten Stuart gunning for first title, with brother on same bill. 511
Challenge for landowners to build on rural success; Economy: Re-elected SLE chairman extols virtues of member businesses. 387
CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: MORE ASSESSMENTS FOR VERTONGHEN AFTER HEAD INJURY DRAMA. 424
Charles declares gran's Highland hideaway open; ROYALS New development overlooking Pentland Firth ready for guests. 340
Childline founder Rantzen meets volunteer aged 100; CHARITY. 272
Coastguard takes delivery of two new SAR helicopters; Next generation: Leonardo AW189s will replace Sikorskys at Inverness. 382
Community keen to host centre telling story of illegal distilleries; HISTORY. 295
Concern at youths climbing on roof; SAFETY. 110
Councils have been empire building; 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 257
Councils spent PS1.5m on payouts in past six years; Politicians hit out at funding priorities and Holyrood support. 385
Court upholds legality of third runway; HEATHROW. 217
Cove ready for big leagues; SPFL PYRAMID PLAY-OFFS ? Buckie boss Stewart reckons city side can succeed where Jags did not. 467
DARLING DALMAHOY TRAVEL; Susan Welsh visits the recently refurbished Dalmahoy Hotel and Country Club near Edinburgh. 819
Don Lewis playing for keeps; AFC: Aberdeen goalkeeper signs new five-year deal with Kingsford in crosshairs. 486
Dons bid to block rivals parals partying on their pitch . Irvine recalls 1987 sickener as Rangers took title at Pittodrie. 767
Ex-Highland League player guilty of acting threateningly in row with estranged wife; COURT. 264
Fan traces famed stadium architect's Pittodrie links; HERITAGE ? Research shows Dons' home was designed by Archibald Leitch. 766
Farah out of marathon for world championships; DOHA. 266
Fenwick sets the pace in 54-hole pro-am; LOCAL GOLF. 273
Ferguson ready to step up; ? Young Don happy to help fill gap if captain Shinnie leaves Pittodrie. 521
FRI, MAY 3. 152
FROM FRI, MAY 3. 130
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. 623
Graffiti two days in row at primary; Crime: 'Vile' words scrawled on school. 240
Growth in Scotland's economy outstrips UK; Statistics: Manufacturing leads the way with output increasing by 3.2%. 418
Growth story not what industry has been telling us, say unions; EMPLOYMENT. 313
Health chiefs' plans to reduce overnight care at Banff hospital; Services: Operating hours cut to help sustainability crisis. 347
Horoscopes. 709
Huge payouts in staff overtime over IT system; FIGURES. 174
Impact of biker safety drives under spotlight; Accidents: Questions over if initiatives are helping to reduce deaths. 375
Indy escape for economy woes; 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
INEW TO DVD, BLU-RAY & DOWNLOAD; COLETTE (15) HHHH H. 256
Inverness look set to lose Chalmers. 228
ITHE BIG RELEASE CINEMA; LONG SHOT (15) HHHHH. 476
Jail for Assange over embassy bail breach; Court: Campaigner apologises but judge slams his actions. 416
Joshua backs harsher punishments for drugs cheats; DOPING SCANDAL. 414
Learning from the Master; ? Li hopes playing with Woods at Augusta can boost China Open chances. 480
Lifeboat search stood down; EMERGENCY. 112
LISTINGS. Dance review 4076
LIVE MUSIC LOWDOWN ELEPHANT SESSIONS; Highland band Elephant Sessions talk everything from bass to bin men as they reveal the secrets behind their new brand of Celtic folk music. 438
Livestock. 544
Man admits to sharing indecent images of children on WhatsApp; COURT. 213
Man admits to stand-off with police; Court: Stalemate lasted for six hours. 262
May Day march to celebrate workers; EVENTS. 119
May under fire on foreign students; EDUCATION. 139
McGregor backing 'brilliant' temp boss Lennon; CELTIC. 280
McLean confident Scotland can still qualify for Euros; NATIONAL SIDE. 474
MEDIUM RARING TO GO; Susan Welsh chats to remarkable psychic June Field before she visits the Highlands next week. 560
Merit not money at heart of Staggies shot at the top tier; County: Co-boss Kettlewell says chairman will not 'chuck cash' at squad. 444
MON, MAY 6 - SAT, MAY 11. 148
Morna Young. 847
MSP hits out at the state of police stations; JUSTICE. 246
Murder trial hears closing remarks; COURT. 256
MVG, Cross eye play-offs. 122
MY Weekend; Aidan O'Rourke. 303
Naming and shaming to eradicate slow play. 213
New deputy lord lieutenant crowned in ceremony; AUTHORITY. 175
New partners at law firm; Legal: Aberdeen focus of new appointments. 231
New website project shines spotlight on top-rated town; Tourism: Digital resource will share area's 'wonderful assets' worldwide. Website overview 233
Next sales higher than forecast due to online success; RETAIL. 170
No-deal Brexit ferry contracts to be scrapped; Transport: Move costs an estimated PS50 million. 273
North Sea industry 'needs to hire 25,000 workers' Recovery from oil price drop requires more staff and new skills. 359
Number of missing kids must be cut; The Voice of the North. 254
Oil firm hit with safety notice; NORTH SEA. 146
Old Firm quartet in running for top player title; SHORTLIST. 341
Old head on young shoulders. 444
On this day. 172
Police look at 'unusual' incident; APPEAL. 114
Pragmatic plan and cross-party consensus. 763
Praise for Salvation Army drive; CHARITY. 146
Prograis excited at prospect of taking on Taylor; SUPER SERIES. 158
PS140,000 drug find leads to arrests; POLICE. 116
PS1m brown bins bonanza; COUNCIL. 240
PS21m Spirit success for procurement specialist; OIL&GAS. 201
Range to create 80 jobs; Employment: UK's fastest-growing retailer coming to Highlands capital. 306
Report urges Scotland to lead over climate change; Environmental group suggests 2045 zero greenhouse gas target. 573
Restaurateurs get in orders for asparagus crop; Produce: Lunan Bay growers expect good harvest. 327
Results hit by failed merger; RETAIL. 122
RISE TO THE CHALLENGE; Contemporary dance artists and companies from around the world are in Moray for a unique dance festival, writes Susan Welsh. 570
Robertson to stay with Kashmir. 124
Rose hopes to recover from his major disappointment; WELLS FARGO. 382
Saltire has new office and unveils plan for 200 units; Developer: Investment expected to create jobs and help growth of SMEs. 371
Scots' discontent over immigration; 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 186
Scottish children go missing from care of council; CARING FOR OUR YOUNG FOLK ? Hundreds face dangers by running away. 418
Semenya bullish despite ACS ruling; ATHLETICS LATEST ? Runner must reduce testosterone levels. 443
Shock number of children reported missing from care; Call for action after scale of problem revealed in new figures. 197
Skateboarding revamp will be just the trick; LEISURE. 167
SNP grasp of law total balderdash; 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 225
Social media post was very bad timing. 180
Speed bumps planned to slow drivers; SAFETY. 162
STAN & [...]. 263
Steam train's return rolls back the years; HISTORY. 234
Stores group bucks the trend; MARKETS. 180
Students voice fury over graduating in marquee; Education: Ceremony victim of its own popularity as fee cut boosts numbers. 375
Sturgeon deserves all the praise she can get in this chaotic time, IndyRef2 or not. 808
Summer trends turn up the heat at Culloden. 283
SUN, MAY 5. 162
Teekay expects Cheviot decision; OIL&GAS. 205
THE ART OF AGEING; Celebrate getting older with Luminate Festival this May. From dancing to drawing, there is creativity at the heart of everything this much-loved festival does, writes Philippa Gerrard. 956
Thousands help Speyside celebrate whisky heritage; FESTIVAL ? Kindred spirits converge on heartland of Scotch industry. 330
Thug, 21, hit taxi driver on the head; CRIME. 115
Trawler skipper dies while on board vessel; Emergency: 56-year-old believed to have had heart attack. 444
tv highlights. 356
UNTIL FRI, JULY 5. 225
Verification for great stadium; The Voice of the North. 195
Violence against Jews on the rise; ISRAEL. 248
Walsh retires from racing; End of an era: Cheltenham Festival's most successful jockey calls it quits. 256
Wanted Kent open to Ibrox return; LOANS. 291
We can't afford price of incompetence; 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 104
WED, MAY 8. 176
Who said it. 224
Williamson sacked over 'extremely serious' data leak; Defence: Secretary denies breaching Secrets Act. 366
Wilson waltzes into world semis; SNOOKER. 111
WINNING RUN: LOOKING BACK AT THE HOOPS' INCREDIBLE SEVEN-YEAR STREAK. 436
Yule: Hard work will pay off again in pursuit of final say; SECOND LEG. 343

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