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

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"They don't know what it's like to be standing in the puddles in the stands". 893
'Survival sex' highlights the need to act; The Voice of the North. 281
'We need to get the public back on side' Each month we speak to a Young Farmer. This month we caught up with Lynsey Thow, 26, from Mearns JAC. 488
A GUILTY PLEASURE. DEREK LORD TV REVIEW Television program review 827
Accies kids are all right, says Fon Williams; NEW DOUGLAS. 109
Appeal for information over nursery teacher's death; POLICE. CHRIS MACLENNAN 248
Benefit flaws driving women to prostitution; Poverty: Charity encountering 'survival sex' workers in city. ALASTAIR GOSSIP AND HAMISH PENMAN 570
Best in the north carve their names on awards. GEMMA MACKENZIE Awards list 340
Big increase in wilful fire-raising incidents in Cromarty Firth area; REPORT. 202
BOND BALL RAISES PS60k; PHOTO DIARY PHOTOGRAPHS / SCOTT BAXTER TO ORDER PHOTOGRAPHS / PHONE 0800 318 846 WEBSITE / photoshopscotland.newsprints.co.uk Send details of your events to pjdiary@ajl.co.uk. 196
Boss has his eye on a new Leith of life; CELTS V HIBS. 268
Boxes spark bomb scare at waste site; Probe: Explosive charges discovered. DAVID MACKAY 438
BREADLINE RESCUERS; Charities across the region believe many people are unaware of the extent of poverty, with some families forced to choose between food and electricity. Ellie House went behind the scenes at three initiatives to discover the shocking scale of deprivation BREADLINE RESCUERS. Ellie House 1781
breakfast. 323
Brora title tilt runs deep; ? Morrison believes Cattachs squad has the quality for challenge. JAMIE DURENT 470
Brown out to end Blue Toon's wait for victory; ? Midfielder calls on side to turn around their fortunes. DANNY LAW 558
Bruce banned for Pittodrie; KILMARNOCK. 186
Bus training angers locals; Transport: Stagecoach uses area for driver development after service cuts. DAVID MACKAY 369
Cabbie named one of UK's best for his deeds; Award: Moray man drove pregnant woman 65 miles to give birth. DAVID MACKAY 410
Caley Jags pressure points; ICT: Robertson rallies Highlanders to make United earn their shot at the title. 425
Campaign fails to save creamery from closure; GEORGE LYON. NANCY NICOLSON 716
Captain Farrell ready to lead England to the promised land; ? No holding back as skipper exhorts Red Rose to seize day for global glory RUGBY UNION FOCUS. DUNCAN BECH 538
Car giants merge to face 'new era'. 295
Castle setting for very different English lesson; EDUCATION. TAMSIN GRAY 264
Celebration time at new gallery; The Voice of the North. 108
City centre is left in dark by power cut as supply goes off rails; Energy: Travel chaos and blackout pubs turning people away. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 335
Colour book pioneer praises gallery; REACTION. ANA DA SILVA 239
CONTENTS. 226
Council co-leader calls on FM to apologise for reply; Lumsden produces letters showing funding attempts were made. JON HEBDITCH 469
Cove's desire to see off Blue Brazil not withered in any shape - Milne. CALLUM LAW 536
critics' choice. 332
critics' choice. 311
Dairy and pig sectors face labour uncertainty. 172
Dame Julie's price of success; SHOWBIZ. 120
Date set for Corbyn and Johnson to go head-to-head in TV debate; LEADERS. 223
Diary dates... Calendar 449
Dog owner's second win in battle over court order; Judgment: Sheriff says legal notice not enforceable because it was not dated. 421
Dons boss fined and given points for speeding charge; COURT. 280
Dons boss picks up three points over speeding fine; COURT. 293
DORIC COLUMN ROBBIE SHEPHERD; To contact Robbie, email yourlife@ajl.co.uk and mark your message FAO Robbie Shepherd. Column 676
Drugs becoming a low-cost alternative; Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 180
Eagle's bone may be 'last necklace of Neanderthals' Prehistory: Remnant of claw indicates use of symbols by ancient humans. NILIMA MARSHALL 319
Educator proves a cut above; AWARDS. 111
Electric charging access is praised; TECHNOLOGY. 110
Elgin boss Price has three-point plan to celebrate new deal. 465
Environment pioneer dies at 85. Obituary 325
Ex-player forced to retire in call for new rules; CONCUSSION. 268
Farmers urged to pitch in. GEMMA MACKENZIE 782
Feast for St Andrew's night; David Littlewood, chef proprietor at the Tor-Na-Coille Hotel in Banchory and Kildrummy Inn near Alford, creates two patriotic dishes. David Littlewood, and Kildrummy Recipe 630
Festival to show oil rig protest film; Arts: Big names for Cromarty event. CHRIS MACLENNAN 414
Fettercairn Show winners recognised. 194
Final call of driver killed in bus crash; Accident: Daughter spoke to her dad. 367
Fine dining festival brings Signature dishes; FOOD. ANA DA SILVA 193
Fiona hits right note at new unit opening; CARE. KAITLIN EASTON 194
Firm doubles profits as it expands city harbour; Infrastructure: Dragados contract with Aberdeen board has risen by PS2m. KEITH FINDLAY 270
First minister confident Labour leader would approve indyref2; SCOTLAND. 361
Footsie ends modest week; MARKETS. AUGUST GRAHAM 130
FRANCO - STILL DIVIDING SPAIN TO THIS DAY. GEORGE R MITCHELL 1378
Freak rain could bring flooding to north of country; Weather: Three inches could fall in just few hours. ANA DA SILVA 312
Freddie's final letter on sale; Auction: Singer wrote note to Queen Fan Club less than a year before dying. SHERNA NOAH 257
GAELIC COLUMN ANGUS MACDONALD. Column 586
Gateway to Royal Deeside; ADVERTISEMENT OPEN ALL YEAR ROUND - 365 DAYS OF THE YEAR - FINANCE AVAILABLE - NO SITE FEES FOR 2019. 708
Gatland signs off with a heart-rending message; THIRD-PLACE PLAY-OFF. 622
Gerrard empathy following Levein sacking; GERS V HEARTS. 385
Gers have to raise PS10m by summer. 151
GOLFERS TO THE FORE FOR CHARITY; PHOTO DIARY. 217
Good, bad and ugly to something more state of the art; ?Grounds for joy as Lewis pitches in to hail Kingsford. PAUL THIRD 619
Grape exits for the grain; Putting a new twist on fine dining by pairing seasonal, Highland food with whisky rather than wine makes for an unusual and enjoyable dining experience, writes Susan Welsh. Susan Welsh 660
Group makes plan for line to far north; RAIL. CHRIS MACLENNAN 239
Groups given slice of fund; Lottery: Community organisations in north and north-east share PS130k. DANIEL BOAL 413
Hamilton aims even higher as he chases after Schumacher; Formula One: Briton says sealing a sixth world title would just be the start. PHILIP DUNCAN 619
healthy eating. Recipe 394
History-making Kameko powers to impressive win; RACING. 158
Honour results of referendums; Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 160
HOROSCOPES. Patrick Arundell 640
Horoscopes. Patrick Arundell 669
Ice plant delay under fire; Fishing: 'Shambles' as opening put back by months with rust setting in. TAMSIN GRAY 400
Island port kept busy by improving oil and gas sector. KEITH FINDLAY 240
Island's former laird dies; Obituary: Landowner got hero's welcome but fell out of favour with locals. NEIL DRYSDALE 459
Italian job with four caps back for Cockerill; PRO14. 206
Johnson must do the decent thing; Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 190
Keeping two vessels on ferry run 'too expensive' ? Highland Council to prepare business case for future of service. RITA CAMPBELL 381
Key railway project slips; Capital: Family hospital and cancer centre also not going entirely to plan. TOM PETERKIN POLITICAL EDITOR 495
Kolisi is out to spur an epic Springboks celebration; SOUTH AFRICA. 433
LAUREN'S FUNDRAISER; Send details of your events to pjdiary@ajl.co.uk. 175
Lawrie sees way out for luckless Clach; HIGHLAND. 285
lunch box. Recipe 229
MacRae to cap his record against Ireland; SHINTY. 245
Man to go on trial over 25 sex charges; COURT. 129
Man, 85, cleared of attacks; Court: OAP 'hugely relieved' as sheriff acquits him on sexual assault charges. KIERAN BEATTIE 399
Martial arts ace fined for pub assault; Court: Victim privately compensated. CATE MCCURRY 506
McIlroy takes flight at the last to close on leader; GOLF. 330
McInnes: We must sign off in style; ABERDEEN FC. 101
Megabus offering greater links to London; TRANSPORT. KAITLIN EASTON 122
Mentors wanted to guide young talent; VOLUNTEERING. TAMSIN GRAY 220
midweek meal. Recipe 305
MILNE'S MOMENT: POIGNANT OCCASION AS THE CHAIRMAN OF BOARD REALISES 20-YEAR VISION. Richard Cordon 166
Mixing with the stars on the red carpet at the emotional Pride of Britain Awards. The mezzo-soprano from Methlick and vocal coach to the stars YVIE BURNETT 824
Much to learn from overachieving Hamilton side; ROSS COUNTY. 312
MY LIFE MICHAEL MALONE. MICHAEL MALONE 562
MY SLIM CHANCE; Slimming World made such a difference to Amy Brooks's life that she has decided to become a consultant so she can help others. 485
Neighbourhood awards given to north-east groups; VOLUNTEERS. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 177
NEW CAR ROAD TEST: AUDI A3 SALOON. 261
NEW FICTION. 199
New Italian set to be firm favourite; Valentino's Italian Bar & Restaurant 70 Carden Place, Aberdeen AB10 1UL t: 01224 625577 w: www.valentinositalianrestaurant.co.uk. Restaurant review 909
New rail station taking shape; TRANSPORT. 144
New RBS head's mission; Banking: Senior management reshuffle and fresh vision on first day in job. KEITH FINDLAY 275
ON THE ROAD TO FREEDOM; With Armistice Day approaching, Ron Smith took a trip to the Netherlands to follow in the footsteps of those who fought for our liberty. Ron Smith 993
On this day. 177
OUT & ABOUT KEN FYNE. 649
Outcry follows ruling in rape trial; SPAIN. 169
Painter immortalises the changing face of Pittodrie; Commemoration: City artist's image of Aberdeen's home to be auctioned. GREGOR AIKEN 320
Painter immortalises the changing face of Pittodrie; Tribute: Artist' s image of Aberdeen Football Club' s home to be auctioned. GREGOR AIKEN 275
Panto keeps its venue - despite election; COUNCIL. DAVID MACKAY 238
Performances worth seeking out. 436
PM rejects call by Trump rump to form pact with Farage; ? US president staged an intervention on the Brexit Party leader's radio show. SAM BLEWETT 638
Porsche gears up for manual control. 217
Positive signs for school but more time required; EDUCATION. 212
Prime minister calls a halt to fracking; ENERGY. MIKE BEDIGAN 238
Prince handed a pizza in Borders; ROYALS. CONOR RIORDAN 169
Proposal for 40mph speed limit near castle; Traffic: Bid to make junctions safer. ANA DA SILVA 322
PS20m boost for student mental health; WELLBEING. 150
R2-D2 actor looks ahead; CINEMA. 144
Remember, remember... Susan Welsh suggests some warming tipples for November 5. Susan Welsh 547
Residents in battle to save 55 payphones from demise; Consultation: BT planning to withdraw booths due to 90% decline in use. SUSY MACAULAY 464
Revamped city gallery is height of artistic achievement - but puts me in mind of flats; The Flying Pigs. 887
Ridgers keen to repay fans; ? Keeper hails those who backed team on mammoth Dumfries trip. 463
Rudimental join line-up; HOGMANAY. 106
Scotch Lamb for St Andrew's. GEMMA MACKENZIE 476
Scotland faces a takeover by Tories; Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 168
Seafood mission targets Florida; EXPORT. 181
Seasonal EU workers fears. NANCY NICOLSON 398
Seasonal treasure; Award-winning cook Claire Macdonald creates a simple but flavoursome dish that makes the most of the season's fresh game. Claire Macdonald Recipe 543
Sermon. 302
Sisters' noble bravery act earns them special prizes; Drama: Pair 'overwhelmed' by reaction after rescuing man and toddler. TAMSIN GRAY 366
SKIRTING AROUND AUTUMN; From tweed patterns to military detailing, check out the most stylish skirts of the moment. 313
Staggies must start again; ? Stewart says forget Gers hammering and focus on vital fixture. 494
starters. Recipe 221
Statistics show rise in fires across the north; ? Emergency service releases concerning figures for the region. RITA CAMPBELL 460
Statistics show rise in fires across the north; Emergency service releases concerning figures for the region. RITA CAMPBELL 460
STOREY TIME; Gerard Storey survives an overturned bike after a whirlwind tour of Vienna. 421
Sturgeon told to apologise in art gallery funding row; POLITICS. JON HEBDITCH 226
SUCCESS STORY; How does a teenager from Peterhead become an international best-selling author? Ellie House caught up with Estelle Maskame to find out more. Ellie House 925
SUNSET SHADES; There's a wave of burnt oranges and golden yellows on the homeware horizon. Philippa Gerrard reveals her top picks. Philippa Gerrard 330
Sunshine state new home for Trump; POLITICS. 161
Suspect in Dublin faces extradition over lorry deaths; Crime: Another wanted man has phoned police. HENRY VAUGHAN 433
sweet treats. Recipe 382
SYMPHONY FOR A STATELY HOME; PHOTO DIARY. 224
TALKING POINTS: THE MAIN PLOTLINES OF TODAY'S SHOWPIECE. 421
the menu's eating out guide; SPONSORED CONTENT. 153
themenu 02.11.2019. 126
Tories: Sturgeon not listening, says Scottish party's leader. TOM PETERKIN POLITICAL EDITOR 272
Tragedy of the women selling sex to feed kids; Charities fear universal credit having devastating impact on families. ALASTAIR GOSSIP AND HAMISH PENMAN 197
TRAVEL IN TIME; Stan Arnaud takes a trip on the Northern Belle, a train meticulously refurbished to recapture the bygone era of luxurious rail travel in the 1930s, with a menu to match the surroundings. Stan Arnaud 945
United defender seeking hat-trick in Highlands; TANGERINES. 342
USED CAR ROAD TEST: FIAT 500X. 240
Vacant top council post attracted 20 applicants; EMPLOYMENT. RITA CAMPBELL 285
Vandals go on PS20k car wrecking rampage; CRIME. ALISTAIR GOSSIP 247
VIEW FROM THE TOP IS WORTH IT; Katie Laing finally achieves an ambition to climb the complete Clisham horseshoe in Lewis and manages to complete the 12.5k walk on a beautiful day with perfect blue skies and great visibility. 771
Vince eyes squad place after win; CRICKET. 360
Visitors to get special opportunity to hear royal composition; OPENING DAY. ANA DA SILVA 226
We must sign off in style; AFC: McInnes rallies Reds to make it nine points in a row before break. PAUL THIRD 417
Well boss waves off job talk; STEELMEN. 106
Westlife heading north for show in Highland capital; Music: Chart-toppers' tour includes stadium gig. CHRIS MACLENNAN 355
what's hot by Susan Welsh. 387
Who said it. 248
Why the crown fits King of Beach End. Richard Cordon 557
Wildfire winds ease at last; USA: Relief as calmer weather forecast in California after weeks of blazes. 468
WINTER JEWELS; Say no to a winter wardrobe of blacks and greys. Philippa Gerrard searches out some cheerful bright tones to liven up the dark days. Philippa Gerrard 294
with whisky cocktails; three ways. 199
Women selling sex just to feed children; POVERTY. ALASTAIR GOSSIP AND HAMISH PENMAN 242
Workers' shock as explosives dumped at recycling centre; Probe after 50 detonators found. DAVID MACKAY 157
Young farmers from the north compete for regional titles. GEMMA MACKENZIE 222
Young farmers reap competition awards. 237
Young praises former boss Jack as Rothes clash looms; FRASERBURGH. 331
YOUR PHOTOS. 337

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