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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (May 25, 2019)

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"Written on rice paper... he'd covered every inch of space with tiny lettering" INTERVIEW. 1000
'It'll be 23 against 40,000 at Parkhead," says fly-half Sexton; LEINSTER. 367
'Lucky escape' for businessman; ACCIDENT. 165
21,000 Scottish farms 'at risk' ? Potential loss of subsidy payments anticipated to have devastating effect. 397
A BURNING AMBITION; Wildfires are on the rise across the country and can have devastating effects on rural communities. Ellie House spoke to Alex McKinley, the man responsible for co-ordinating the response, and discovered why crews are fighting fire with fire A BURNING AMBITION. 1800
A final effort for Hogg; ? Warriors urged put on show for Exeter-bound full-back. 602
Activist investor wants to derail company's current strategy; BACKGROUND. 224
Anger as Aberdeen polling station vandalised; CRIME. 323
Arrests after two boys killed; Police: Four children in hospital as pair held on suspicion of murder. 426
Artists bid to win 'gateway' contest; CULTURE. 367
Banks o' Dee win in style; JUNIORS. 111
Beating of Hearts is our lifeline; Dons: Euro fate in Celtic' s hands. 468
Bentley's Flying Spur will 'set new standards of luxury and driving'. 229
Blue Texels lead charge at Carlisle spring sales. 178
BMW's limited-run M5 Edition 35 Years. 251
Boots kick off Dons' collection; ? 115-year-old footwear to be part of heritage display at new stadium. 423
Boots on target to grace display; The Voice of the North. 148
Boulter forced to pull out of French Open; TENNIS. 257
breakfast. Recipe 151
BREATH OF FRESH AIR; Head-to-toe white looks ultra-chic but can be tricky to wear. Philippa Gerrard has some tips on how to create a flawless finish. 303
Bridge too far for tavern owners means they're 'losing thousands' DETOUR. 175
Brown hails Rodgers for Hampden roaring Bhoys; CELTIC. 467
Cairn Gorm mountain restaurant to be revamped; PLANNING. 289
CAMPING'S BIG SISTER; Not one to get her hands dirty, Gemma Mackenzie experiences the beauty of the great outdoors while not missing out on all the comforts of home. 698
Captain to marvel in new deal; Staggies: Fraser signs contract. 317
Chance to play Troon - and help charity; GOLF. 265
Change in rules a bind for Clark; ATHLETICS. 117
Charity reaches out to potential helpers; VOLUNTEERING. 257
Charity's event to find new helpers; BARNARDO'S. 154
Children celebrate end of youth games; EVENT. 224
China talks trump PM's departure to boost FTSE; MARKETS. 242
City can take pride in day of celebration; MUSIC. 398
City man aged 40 jailed for attacking women; COURT. 276
City's Forbidden Planet huge draw for sci-fi fans; Sale: Hundreds turn out to snap up bargains as shop announces closure. 426
Communities given map of tourism opportunities; NORTH HIGHLANDS Land owned and managed for non-profit purposes charted. 325
Community gateway will be chosen by design panel; Art: Buckie's heritage and links to Norway are among themes selected. 401
Concern at MoD's bid to site antennae on listed building; PLANNING. 376
Connor pulls up alongside elite company with victory; Karting: Mearns prospect follows tyre tracks of Di Resta, Russell and Norris. 423
CONTENTS. 269
Council and hotel face off over coaches restriction; Transport: Heavier vehicles could effectively be banned from busy square. 457
Councillors to vote on heavy vehicle access to city square; TRAFFIC. 397
Court action by bus giant; RAILWAYS. 197
Cove scoop the double double; Awards: Sheran and Megginson win accolades but Locos forward Gauld takes top-scorer prize. 459
Crash victim rushed to hospital after collision; Accident: Car hit wall and overturned in field, leaving driver seriously hurt. 370
critics' choice. 308
critics' choice. 306
Darren's a late test for charity game; CASH FOR KIDS. 288
David Johnstone. 516
Dealer arrested after selling to undercover officers; COURT. 314
Deaths. 1074
Demonstration of tech helps dementia patients; Health: Virtual reality headset 'like turning on light' says one sufferer. 430
Devine was bishop for 30 years. Obituary 382
Do Jambos have any hope? You just Berra believe it; SCOTTISH CUP FINAL ? Gorgie skipper says lifting cup would be career pinnacle. 555
Dog lead misuse leaving walkers needing surgery; Health: Doctors alert public about incorrect use. 352
Doping cheat wouldn't change anything; CYCLING. 236
DORIC COLUMN ROBBIE SHEPHERD; As I gaed doon by Memsie I heard an aul' man speir, 'Faur's the bonnie dialect That aince wis spoken here?'TEMPORA MUTANTUR - JC MILNE. Column 660
Drink companies should fund care; 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 138
Drinking in the news... 753
Duke's charity polo event; ROYALS ? Harry spends first night away from baby on fundraising trip. 421
Early warning to farmers on importance of saving water. 480
Egg sandwiches and red carpet stories. 926
Elections: Votes gathered in by land, air and sea. 234
ENERGY INSTITUTE DINNER; PHOTOGRAPHS / KENNY ELRICK TO ORDER PHOTOGRAPHS / PHONE 0800 318 846 Send details of your events to pjdiary@ajl.co.uk. 242
EU citizens denied vote prompts plea; DEMOCRACY. 255
FAMILY FUN IN HOLLAND hoosing a destination; A first venture abroad for the children proved to be a Dutch delight, as David Dalziel discovered on a fun-packed holiday that ticked all the boxes. 1033
Family's budget roadtrip; Campaign: Group spends just PS10 a day to donate excess expenses to charity. 421
Fans of comic books clear up; SHOP. 122
Farmer warns of sponsor scam after losing money; Alert: North-east man threatened by fraudsters claiming to be police. 445
FAVOUR A FLORAL FLAVOUR; Channel some RHS Chelsea Flower Show magic with some blooming marvellous home accessories. We check out the pick of the bunch. 309
Fire-hit pub will be rebuilt; Emergency: Owner promises popular island business will rise from ashes. 483
First hopes results will repel rebel shareholders; ? Transport operator unveiling first figures under new chief executive. 341
Five of the best from the trophy archives; THE HISTORY. 312
Flooding call to residents; Scheme: Coastal communities urged to have say on plans for prevention. 412
Food at inn was crowning glory of trip to seaside . restaurant review. 929
Food for thought on how to protect business assets; Events: Taxation and law expert joins business breakfast panel of speakers. 504
For peat's sake... 515
Forum is an attack on free speech; 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 106
Fraser can be leading man for Staggies in top-flight era; Ross County: Delight as skipper stays but club has further targets. 468
GAELIC COLUMN ANGUS MACDONALD. Column 593
Gary will share his life story on stage; COMEDY. 138
GLITTERING BLACK-TIE GOLF GALA. 236
Group says public backs keeping hospital's hours; Health: Survey shows support for facility to remain open around the clock. 484
healthy eating. Recipe 401
Hibs play down manager link to Boro; EASTER ROAD. 216
High number of false alarms; EMERGENCY. 159
Hope for third-time lucky; ? Robson looks to top flight after two previous Arabs failures. 495
Horoscopes. 707
HOW TO TIE-DYE. 400
Inquiry after four geese found poisoned; POLICE. 218
It hurts but the beating of Hearts is Dons lifeline; Reds alert: Celtic fans for one day as McInnes faces qualification by proxy. 495
JIHADI DOC CHILLING. Television program review 814
Josh is living a dream in final at Lord's; CRICKET. 317
Kearney reckons capacity crowd will see an excellent spectacle; BUDDIES. 321
Kuhn to exhibit its Aurock seed drill at industry event. 348
Lack of snow ends UK's only sled dog centre; LEISURE. 374
LIVESTOCK. 775
Local stone for Gallery's plaza; COUNCIL. 128
lunch box. Recipe 408
MacIntyre is poised to get it Dane and dusted; WORLD OF GOLF ? Oban man on a roll after big pay-day in the British Masters. 422
MACKIE MEMORIES; PHOTOGRAPHS KENNY ELRICK TO ORDER PHOTOGRAPHS PHONE 0800 318 846 Send details of your events to pjdiary@ajl.co.uk. 225
Major fire kills 19 students; India: Blaze engulfed two floors of building in the Surat shopping district. 145
Making climate the highest 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 169
Man failed to stop car at level crossing; COURT. 128
Man jailed for assaults carried out 20 years ago; COURT. 307
Man trapped under lorry; Emergency: Businessman unhurt after being pinned against steel fence. 397
May delivers, not Brexit, ers, but her own resignation; ? Prime minister will step down as leader on June 7. 1552
midweek meal. 411
Milnes set out keys to their approach; A leading commercial beef farm in Aberdeenshire will swing open its gates next week for Scotland's Beef Event. Gemma Mackenzie finds out about its drive to produce easy-calving cows with strong commercial calves. 534
Missing a vital connection - thanks to ScotRail. 204
Monster success for cruise company; AWARDS. 241
Morrison relishing title bid with the Cattachs. 277
Mountain bike event returns to Nevis range; Sport: Huge crowds expected to watch world's top downhill riders. 417
Mountain eatery getting extension; PLANNING. 103
MY LIFE. 377
MY MANILA STOPOVER. 500
NEW CAR ROAD TEST: MITSUBISHI MIRAGE. 258
NEW FICTION. 393
New headstones provided for German WWI sailors; Orkney: Memorials replaced after inscriptions were found to contain errors. 364
No Winter Wonderland as volunteers take year off; Events: Return of celebration will depend on more locals coming forward. 397
Norris not looking to settle down in Monaco just yet; PROSPECT. 305
On this day. 202
Orange walks rerouted over impact worries; COUNCIL. 135
OUT & ABOUT KEN FYNE. 638
Owner of scorched pub vows to rebuild; FIRE. 132
Paying price of 'crazy' EU rules; 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 111
PET PORTRAITS. 295
Player's denial of racist remark at match; COURT. 120
Probe after golf buggy taken; POLICING. 103
Promise to pay staff living wage 'being snubbed' Politics: Companies ignoring call for fairer salaries. 392
Pub boss vows to rebuild after devastating fire; Crews in three-hour battle with blaze at famous tourist spot. 146
Pub loses thousands over three weeks of roadworks; Business: Closed access road at Cawdor leads to huge drop in customers. 499
PUSH YOURSELF; Make the most of the UK's breathtaking scenery while putting your physical and mental endurance to the test, says Liz Connor. 516
Putting F1 back on telly; ? Bosses keen on return to free-to-air after Bernie's Sky deal. 495
RACING RETURNS. 1087
Reasons to applaud as Red curtain falls. 561
Reports of data breaches rocket; COMPLAINTS. 203
RESULTS ROUND-UP. 1687
Road trip for young people; People: Campaigning family travel Britain on shoestring to boost charity. 417
Sandwich van crashes off A9; Accident: Driver cut free by firefighters. 266
SCOTLAND: CLARKE APPOINTMENT GIVES ME MORE CONFIDENCE THAT WE'LL MAKE FINALS. 152
Sensational smoked salmon; P&J food writer Deborah Ratcliffe sings the praises of Scottish smoked salmon. 734
Sepsis warning on milk bottles; SUPERMARKET. 120
Sermon. 184
Spice up your life; efore his visit to the Taste of Grampian Food and Drink Festival on June 1, TV star chef John Torode shares some of his favourite recipes with menu readers TV chef. Recipe 878
Spicing up Dublin with 'Girl Power' Tour: Spice Girls reunion kicks off. 496
SPORT ON TELEVISION. 342
Staff at city's airport to strike next month; ? Workers downing tools for two days in pensions row. 678
Staff at city's airport to strike next month; INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS Workers downing tools for two days in pensions row. 680
Staff at city's airport to strike next month; Workers downing tools for two days in pensions row. 680
starters. 170
Struggling businessman stole anchor chains to sell on as scrap; Court: Man ordered to pay back more than PS30,000 for failed scheme. 325
Students take to streets in climate change demo; ? Group holds fourth protest to demand response to 'emergency'. 261
SUMMIT SPECIAL; Katie Laing undertakes a trek to Carn a' Mhaim and realises why people rave about the Cairngorms. 756
Sutherland transfer-listed; Blue Toon: Manager offers insight into progress of squad for next season. 476
sweet treats. Recipe 575
Sympathy for broken PM is misplaced; The Voice of the North. 277
Tendency for tenancy tiny; In my view Hamish Lean. 379
The Flying Pigs; Is it OK to 'Milkshake' right wing types? The revolution will not be pasteurised! 845
the menu's eating out guide. 235
themenu 25.05.2019. 120
This really isn't window of opportunity; The Leopard Spots. 792
Thomson loses ground as five Scots miss cut; LADIES TOUR. 319
Thousands of children to Rock out at contest; Event: Global Rock Challenge finals. 326
three ways with raspberries. Recipe 898
Time to transform your garden; Let's look outside... 455
Top award for girl who attacked her rehab; JUDO. 227
Traffic police stop 90 drivers on A96; CRIME. 249
Travellers facing chaos as dates set for airport strike; Union members to walk out for two days in pay and pensions row. 192
Tributes paid to tragic Leo; Accident: Nine-year-old dies in hospital after being trapped under locker. 397
Trolls target ex of tragic TV guest; PEOPLE. 199
Trust steps in after vandals target trees at school; CHARITY. 271
Twelve holiday cabins granted approval; TOURISM. 237
Undercover police snared dealer; COURT. 312
Unexploded stash of grenades found by energy workers; Maintenance: Engineers found 70 wartime devices. 248
USED CAR ROAD TEST: MERCEDES G-CLASS. 223
Walking the walk at prizewinning farm; FarmDiary. 256
Warning after scammers con farmer out of money; Fraud: 62-year-old was urged to 'sponsor' drugs awareness course at school. 484
WASTE WARRIOR; Taste of Grampian is just around the corner, and the food and drink festival is set to welcome thousands of visitors. Ellie House found out about a war against food waste on-site, and how we can all do our bit to fight climate change. 871
what's hot by Susan Welsh Our weekly round-up of the latest news, products, facts and events for foodies. 412
Whisky road needs repair; Motoring: Drivers face full closures overnight. 363
Who said it. 216
Wind farm project progress shared at barbecue; ENERGY. 244
Woman who lied about rape spared detention; COURT. 366
WORD'S OUT ABOUT BOOK EVENT. 210

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