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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (October 19, 2019)

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'County lines' crackdown; Police: English crime gangs peddling drugs using children in rural Scotland. DANIEL BOAL 354
'Gutted' Cooper leaves Locos; MANAGERS. 153
'Gutted' Cooper leaves Locos; MANAGERS. 153
'Landmark' beef deal for exporting to China. 155
'Tattie holiday' was hard work; Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 201
A BEWILDERING YARN; DEREK LORD TV REVIEW. Television program review 829
A NEW ANGLE; The trend for collars and hems is asymmetrical, writes Philippa Gerrard. Philippa Gerrard 317
A QUICK TEST COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE; Gut feeling: if you are worried about bowel cancer, follow your instincts and get screened. 694
A TASTE OF TURNBERRY; Susan Welsh goes on a special culinary retreat at the US president's Ayrshire hotel. Susan Welsh 849
Academic working to develop strategies to improve diets; RESEARCH. 285
Admiration for the rival; ? Kettlewell likes the way Lennon managed after Staggies shock. ANDY SKINNER 467
Agricultural industry stalwart wins top award. GEMMA MACKENZIE 517
All Blacks could see red over high tackles; Sexton says strong-arm tactics likely to be punished. 316
ANGUS MCCALL. 548
Armour is bursting at the seams for chance to help out Blue Toon. JAMIE DURENT 383
ASCOT: FASCINATING CHAMPIONS DAY DUEL ON THE CARDS. DERRY ALLDRITT 350
Atlantic Albarino; wine uncorked Carol Brown casts her eyes over some gems from the Rias Baixas region in Galicia, North West Spain. Carol Brown 876
Better fortune in league main aim for Grant; ALLOA. 211
Blackface sale records set. LYNSEY CLARK 457
Blair oblivious to fishermen' s woes; Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 167
BMW unveils its 8 Series range topper. 206
Boris has truly united the Tories - even Francois can see May's EU deal was better; The Flying Pigs. 886
Boss tells players to be wary of Wasps' backlash sting; ROBERTSON. 334
Boxing club eyes new home; Sport: Over-capacity Inverurie group hoping to secure Kintore premises. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 286
Boy injured in art gallery incident recovering; REHABILITATION. 219
breakfast. 143
Bridging commerce gap; Regeneration: Street-smart plan to resurrect beleaguered thoroughfare. TAMSIN GRAY 297
Broch ready to take treble chance; BELLSLEA. 263
BUILD UP THE FUN; Jim Douglas discovered that a trip to Billund and the original Legoland in Denmark is not just for kids, but for the young at heart too. Jim Douglas 1000
Buzzard oil field is shut down for second time; Compromised: Cnooc inspects asset. DAVID MCPHEE 439
Buzzard oil field is shut down for second time; Energy: Initial repair 'compromised'. DAVID MCPHEE 439
Call for action to cut obesity; ? Alcohol intake in the north also sparks alarm HEALTH. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 494
Call for post-decommissioning incident liabilities to be debated; LEGACY. 287
Carer who sent abusive texts gets warning; RULING. RITA CAMPBELL 246
Catalonia being crippled by mass political protests; Spain: Trains and flights in region cancelled. 357
CELEBRATION WAS A FAMILY AFFAIR. 171
Challenge raises PS50,000 for RSABI. GEMMA MACKENZIE 245
Chaos for drivers and householders as flooding hits; ? Roads closed as heavy rain pours over north-east. JON HEBDITCH 691
Charges cause of firm's losses; OIL&GAS. 186
Chester Hotel unveils luxurious new bar area; HOSPITALITY. REBECCA BUCHAN 425
Choirs hit right notes to scoop prizes; ? Groups from Oban and Stirling emerge victorious in singing competitions. MICHELLE HENDERSON 374
Clashes continue despite ceasefire; SYRIA. 117
Close 'strange loophole' on school contributions; Councillors want developers of large homes to pay fairer share. SUSY MACAULAY 439
Colsaerts finds a reboot to make French connection; Golf: Old magic from Belgian as Aberdeen's Ramsay recovers to stake claim. PHIL CASEY 441
Company hopes to have finally solved row over care home's name; OBJECTIONS. 338
Complete revamp for bestselling Yaris. 252
CONTENTS. 282
Court hears of man trying to intervene stabbed by daughter; Crime: Father was left with wound which needed 11 stitches. 397
Court: Civil rights group loses bid for urgent deadline hearing. 205
critics' choice. 325
critics' choice. 338
Cuban ballet star dies aged 98; FAMILY NOTICES. Obituary 353
CURLING: SCOTS' WORLD TITLE HOPES SHATTERED BY GERMANY IN LAST-EIGHT THRILLER. 333
Deadline looms for entries to Christmas Classic showcase. GEMMA MACKENZIE 300
Deaths. 1151
Dons can find right formula to sink Well; AFC: McInnes says side has solution to midfield crisis. PAUL THIRD 400
DORIC COLUMN ROBBIE SHEPHERD; To contact Robbie, email yourlife@ajl.co.uk and mark your message FAO Robbie Shepherd. Column 669
DREAM CAR TO MATCH YOUR DREAM HOME IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 574
Elgin side homing in on catalyst for success; ? City trust cup victory can kick-start great run in league. ANDY SKINNER 546
ENERGETIC GATHERING AT P&J LIVE; PHOTOGRAPHS / CHRIS SUMNER TO ORDER PHOTOGRAPHS / PHONE 0800 318 846 WEBSITE / photoshopscotland.newsprints.co.uk Send details of your events to pjdiary@ajl.co.uk. 118
Event to address energy issues. GEMMA MACKENZIE 116
EXTRACT 1 OF 2; "A double rainbow... gave the place a 'Lost World' atmosphere". 839
Family rivalry adds spice; Brora and Clach father-and-son rivals in Grant Street tie. DAVE EDWARDS 474
Family-friendly festival drums up PS600k boost to island's economy; MUSIC. 295
Farm tours are hit for Aberdeen-Angus Club; Farm Diary Do you have an event you would like us to cover? Write to: FarmDiary, The Press and Journal, 1 Marischal Square, Broad Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1BL Email pj.farming@ajl.co.ukorgemma.mackenzie@pressandjournal.co.uk To purchase the photos, call 01224 343332 or visit www.photoshopscotland.com. 216
Farmers urged to start tests for autumn fluke. GEMMA MACKENZIE 288
Festive lights to get new wiring; COMMUNITY. 107
Fontaine: Staggies should be better off; County: Defender says club deserve to have more points. ANDY SKINNER 357
Former primary school to be demolished and the land sold off; PLANNING. 276
Fun weekend at Dornoch festival; cocktails. 371
FUNDING FOR FRIENDS. 176
Fundraiser for north-east toddler soars past target; COMMUNITY. 279
GAELIC COLUMN ANGUS MACDONALD. Column 582
Gatland: Team is mentally right for big game; WALES. 226
Gers are prize guys at the double. 318
Getaway driver, aged 81, is jailed for nine months; Court: Helped drug dealer escape after stabbing. BEN MITCHELL 288
Goodwin is not betting on table stakes; PAISLEY. 216
Hartley's looking forward to 'the tie of the round' against Auchinleck Talbot; COVE. JAMIE DURENT 452
healthy eating. Recipe 551
Help us get mobile again; Appeal: Campaign group in drive for replacement community minibus. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 355
Highland loch's water levels reach lowest in 750 years; CONSERVATION. RACHEL LEE 226
Holyrood 'must do better for disabled' SUPPORT. 133
Hoops boss would let players walk off if racially abused; CELTIC. 356
Horoscopes. Patrick Arundell 644
Hospital journey concerns brought home; MATERNITY. 260
Husband and wife team take award. GEMMA MACKENZIE 174
Incident may be sign of forced labour; STANDARDS. SUSY MACAULAY 234
Is it the final last-chance saloon? The Voice of the North. 391
It's plain sailing as Rod show goes down a storm; REVIEW. REBECCA BUCHAN 269
Jags' cup bubble burst; ? Bonnyrigg Rose prove step too far for Highland League leaders. DAVE EDWARDS AT NEW DUNDAS PARK 464
James is rocking in a good cause. 353
Jeweller's collections have wildlife message; EVENTS. 157
Jones: It's World Cup 'do-or-die time' ENGLAND. 205
Joseph ready for live show after loss to Boks; JAPAN. 246
Kirks work takes banality to new heights. 149
Lasers to analyse Pictish rune stones in Scotland; Technology: Pilot project aims to decipher ancient language inscriptions. NEIL DRYSDALE 379
Last call to attend grazing events. GEMMA MACKENZIE 264
Leaving oil in abandoned rigs opposed by Germans; Europeans set to reject Shell's proposal to leave structures in sea. ALLISTER THOMAS 478
Lion Dykes at beck and call of nations; ROUND-UP. 268
Litterbugs are 'turning rural road into eyesore' ENVIRONMENT ? Resident links mess to the opening of PS47million new academy. JAMES WYLLIE 494
Local MP backs retailer support group; CAMPAIGN. TAMSIN GRAY 235
lunch box. 205
Make mine a rainbow; rainbow carrots Grown in the Highlands and Moray, M&S's rainbow carrots make for a tasty snack and healthy bite, writes Susan Welsh. Susan Welsh Recipe 991
Man, 50, denies city MP charges; COURT. 122
Markets in red ahead of deal vote; FOOTSIE. HENRY SAKER-CLARK 169
Markets in red ahead of deal vote; FTSE. HENRY SAKER-CLARK 169
Maths levels 'don't add up' Education: Tutor's alarm at gulf in pupils' skills between regions in north. DAVID MACKAY 423
McGinn is looking for a pizza the action as a Dons coach; ? Winger has new restaurant and hunger for future in game. PAUL THIRD 543
Meeting to address fall in cattle prices. 234
midweek meal. Recipe 303
Mod ends on high note for traditional choirs; Competition: Groups from Oban and Stirling win top prizes. MICHELLE HENDERSON 439
MSP seeks answers on citizen centre; POLITICS. 111
MUNICH'S DARKER SIDE; DISPATCHES. GEORGE R MITCHELL 1323
MY LIFE BRANDON CROOK; Brandon Crook is the drummer with The Sherlocks, whose second album, Under Your Sky, is out now. thesherlocksmusic.co.uk. Brandon Crook 371
NEW CAR ROAD TEST: SSANGYONG TIVOLI. 248
NEW FICTION. 217
New pictures highlight mass migration of birds; Thousands fly south to spend autumn feeding in north-east. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 443
Oban ready for 17th celebration; AWARD. 337
On this day. 207
One cup of momentum; Striker says extra games benefiting Caley Jags' league form. ANDY SKINNER 460
Our weekly round-up of the latest news, products, facts and events for foodies; what's hot. Susan Welsh 463
OUT & ABOUT KEN FYNE. 640
Pair make space history; US astronauts leave ISS to perform first all-female spacewalk. NILIMA MARSHALL 538
PET PORTRAITS; YOUR PHOTOS. 310
Petition urges U-turn over parking charges; High street: Businesses claim new tariffs are hitting profits. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 392
Planet now a 'desperate mess' ? Attenborough calls for end to waste as he launches new series. SHERNA NOAH 467
Plans for pavement parking ban welcomed; COMMUNITY. JON HEBDITCH 220
Plans to open Yellow Bar scrapped due to 'red tape' Planning: Businessman calls time on project blaming costly requirements. DAVID MACKAY 313
Police must charge fugitive - family; UNITED STATES. 166
Port of Cromarty Firth unveils PS600k pilot boat; Ceremony: Around 80 locals and guests attend event to christen new vessel. CHRIS MACLENNAN 413
Pots of cash for Oban lifeboat; FUNDRAISING. 115
Prime soil awaits for Scottish Ploughing Championships; Large turnout expected in Fife to see who's best in their field at annual competition. 567
Proving ground is waiting for Clarke. Richard Gordon 515
Pumpkin picking could be a real treat; In her monthly column, Jo Mackenzie writes about life on one of the few remaining dairy farms in the north. Column 735
RED OCTOBER: A MONTH THAT MIGHT GO A LONG WAY TO SHAPING REST OF THE SEASON FOR DONS. 186
Release of Scottish land to market hits record low. NANCY NICOLSON 341
Repairs complete on West Highland Line; TRANSPORT. 144
Rowing WAGs tells us all about lifestyle; The mezzo-soprano from Methlick and vocal coach to the stars. YVIE BURNETT 897
Scores of ferry passengers in measles alert; Operator contacts more than 240 travellers amid outbreak fears. CHRIS MACLENNAN 130
Scotland cruise turns into a collapse; CRICKET. NEIL DRYSDALE 257
Search for landlord delays young gull's rescue; WILDLIFE. 255
SECOND ROUND: CAPITAL PUNISHMENT AS BANKS O'DEE CRASH OUT. 373
Sermon. 193
SHAPE UP; INTERIORS Philippa Gerrard looks at simple ways to ensure your rooms have all the right angles. Philippa Gerrard 337
Singers celebrate haul of melodious medals; WINNERS. 426
Sketch by Nelson shows Trafalgar battle tactics; History: Hand-drawn note discovered in antique scrapbook. BEN MITCHELL 327
Solar Orbiter heads to the US; SUN. NILIMA MARSHALL 134
SPORTS QUIZ. 110
STAND UP FOR SILLY; After a brain injury saw him return to the stage in the north-east, poet Doug Cairns has found solace in words. He told Ellie House why being daft is the way forward. 844
starters. 160
STAYING OUT AFTER DARK; What happens once the street lights come on, and who keeps the cities of Aberdeen and Inverness ticking over? Ellie House spoke to those in the know to find out more STAYING OUT AFTER DARK. Ellie House 1791
STOREY TIME; Gerard Storey spots curiosities of life and nature after a bout of botulism. Gerard Storey 431
Strathspey Thistle making history with Forthbank trip; ROUND-UP. 295
Student funding has stayed static; Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 130
Students to join march in London; BREXIT. 141
Sturgeon warns Labour ahead of vote; ? Scottish party is finished if they back Brexit deal, she says. DANIEL O'DONOGHUE 607
sweet treats. Recipe 401
sweet treats. Recipe 747
TEA PARTY FOR SUPPORT GROUP; PHOTOGRAPHS / CHRIS SUMNER TO ORDER PHOTOGRAPHS / PHONE 0800 318 846 WEBSITE / photoshopscotland.newsprints.co.uk Send details of your events to pjdiary@ajl.co.uk. 185
Tests confirm remains date from 14th Century; Archaeology: Human bones dug up in Kingussie belong to Middle Ages. RITA CAMPBELL 298
Thanks sent for harvest bounty; FOODBANK. 101
THE FAIR MAIDENS; Jack P Harland explores the snowy slopes, ridges and peaks on the route to Am Bodach. Jack P Harland 800
themenu 19.10.2019. Contact: susan.welsh@pressandjournal.co.uk; 01463 272265. Susan Welsh menu editor 115
There's a treat in store for diners; The Esslemont Bar and Restaurant 38 Union Street, Aberdeen AB10 1BD t: 01224 634815 w: www.theesslemont.co.uk. 922
three ways; with coffee. Recipe 627
Time is running out to sign up for race; EVENTS. 209
Trade minister 'unable to give any comfort' on Trump's tariffs; INDUSTRY. 326
Two hurt in A9 crash at bridge; POLICE. RITA CAMPBELL 181
Update on SRUC plans for future. GEMMA MACKENZIE 158
Upmarket hotel unveils luxurious bar area; HOSPITALITY. REBECCA BUCHAN 425
USED CAR ROAD TEST: VAUXHALL MERIVA. 232
Warning issued over ferry measles 'risk' Health: NHS Grampian contacted passengers exposed to disease. CHRIS MACLENNAN 474
WEEKEND FOOTBALL FIXTURES. 567
Well boss stays grounded; STEELMEN. 203
Who said it. 238
Will Johnson's new deal survive 'Super Saturday'? COMMONS. DANIEL O'DONOGHUE 352
William stresses security on last day of visit; ROYALS. 184
Work on A96 set to cause delays to drivers; TRANSPORT. 232

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