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

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'More to come' as Dorrans gets full outing. 234
'Tragedy waiting to happen' Dangerous: Residents fear school junction is putting children's lives at risk. JAMES WYLLIE AND KIERAN BEATTIE 406
60 dogs seized in puppy farm probe; Raid after suspicions grew over online adverts selling pets. DAVID MACKAY 129
Action needed to save Scottish salmon. 324
Anderson rubbishes talk of a Dons crisis; AFC: Former captain insists it's not panic stations at Pittodrie. PAUL THIRD 443
Animal cruelty offenders facing vastly tougher fines and penalties; BILL. TOM PETERKIN POLITICAL EDITOR 356
Artist opens deli but food is not for real; Public art: Products made from felt. CLAIRE HAYHURST 435
Auditors for Thomas Cook to be inspected; Investigation: Regulator to check whether they acted properly. SIMON NEVILLE 421
Author wrote new book to cope with son's suicide; Talk: North-east man hopes to get more people talking about mental health. TAMSIN GRAY 481
Beach plans face wave of opposition; Ruin: Setback for holiday huts bid. DAVID MACKAY 419
Bearing Bentley's history; Is this the oldest Bentley in Scotland? Philippa Gerrard went on a trip down memory lane to find out. 1067
Beef producers in appeal for emergency funding; Hundreds of worried north-east farmers attend crisis meeting. GEMMA MACKENZIE 433
Bennett in Caley Jags financial clarity call; Exclusive: Former director eyes EGM opportunity for action plan. ANDY SKINNER 411
Beryl celebrates 100 years in style; Event: 'Top hats and tiaras' party for centenarian. KAITLIN EASTON 357
Can you help look after Bennachie's future? APPEAL. KIERAN BEATTIE 139
Captains can see neutral venue in the future; RYDER CUP GOLF. 288
Carbery ready to deputise in new position; IRELAND. 257
Chain to focus on existing bars; HOSPITALITY. SIMON NEVILLE 250
Chemical poses risk to unborn babies; RESEARCH. NILIMA MARSHALL 237
Chinooks fly in to take part in military exercises; DEFENCE. DAVID MACKAY 221
Civil union status could be extended; Law: Mixed-sex couples to get option. LEWIS MCKENZIE 215
Clach secure striker on loan deal; HFL LATEST. 280
Clarke drafts in Shankland for national service. DANNY LAW 554
Clarke drafts in Shankland for national service; In-form ex-Dons striker named in squad. DANNY LAW 548
Climate goals 'achievable' says oil and gas executive; Depleted North Sea fields have potential for carbon capture. ALLISTER THOMAS 481
Cold case review launched; Authorities to look at death of man found on Wick beach in 2013. ALISTAIR MUNRO 612
Couple aiming to build distillery; PLANS. 207
Craylands can strike gold at Nottingham; SELECTIONS. NICK ROBSON 244
Dark Blues boss disappointed Jack's injury dispute went public; RANGERS. 414
Dark Blues inspired by fan reaction to Ireland defeat; SOCIAL MEDIA. 314
Dark Skies Festival announces 2020 line-up; EVENT. ALISTAIR MUNRO 147
Date set for trial of north-east prosecutor; COURT. ANA DA SILVA 162
Deaths. 1509
Debate: More needs to be done to prevent attacks, says minister. 301
Diageo ranked world's best for gender equality; Report: Drinks giant goes from 11th in 2018 to top business for core values. REBECCA BUCHAN Report 393
Dogs seized from suspected puppy farmers ? Total of 78 animals in care as adverts raise suspicions. DAVID MACKAY 438
Dogs seized from suspected puppy farmers; ? Total of 78 animals in care as adverts raise suspicions. DAVID MACKAY 423
Dons are not on red alert ? Former captain Anderson rubbishes talk of a crisis at Pittodrie. PAUL THIRD 479
Dons Europe's best again; ? Joy as AFC Community Trust wins at Uefa Grassroots Awards. JAMIE DURENT 480
Economic challenges in focus at gathering; Event: Delegates visiting Highlands. STAN ARNAUD 170
Entertainment venue to boost city nightlife; Night-time economy: Botanic House boasts licence until 3am. SUSY MACAULAY 381
Fans pitch in as club fights back from flood; Star golfer Lawrie helps football team. REBEKAH MCVEY 136
Farah's zero tolerance as former coach suspended; British athlete speaks out after Salazar is handed four-year ban. JAMIE GARDNER 486
Farmers urged to object to coverage if peeved; MEDIA. 218
Fears asbestos apparatus not in place for workers; SAFETY. JON HEBDITCH 286
Flood of goodwill for club; Fundraiser for football ground clean-up is on the right track. REBEKAH MCVEY 600
Food poverty impacts mental health; STUDY. Report 238
Funicular railway demolition comes at great cost; CAIRNGORMS BY ALISTAIR MUNRO. ALISTAIR MUNRO 294
GB silver sailor going for gold; Olympics: Aberdeen-born Patience ready to go one better than London. JAMIE DURENT 358
Government must listen to farmers' plea; The Voice of the North. 253
Group calls for ban on fracking; ENVIRONMENT. 156
Harry tells teenagers to 'hold on to your dreams' ROYAL VISIT. TONY JONES 246
Hope for Rock Challenge pupils; DANCE. REBEKAH MCVEY 252
Horoscopes. Patrick Arundell 603
Hotel rape trial hears man asked for consent; Court: Suspect says he only knew of claims when confronted months later. ANA DA SILVA 359
Ian's Focus is a shining example. 338
Internet of Things holds promise for NHS board; Health: Seminar to hear technology could improve efficiency in Highlands. STAN ARNAUD 369
Japanese car duo to expand. 205
Jellyfish diver to give conservation talk; EVENT. DANIEL BOAL 144
John Lewis revamp sees Waitrose boss exit; MERGER. 248
Johnson admits he faces 'tough' negotiations over backstop ideas; IRELAND. 367
Keith add Staggies bucks to bolster midfield options; HFL LATEST. DAVE EDWARDS 282
Let's raise an uisge beatha to our glorious language... it's agad when you get used to it. Iain Maciver 866
Loan payments to arrive this week; SUPPORT. 161
London markets suffer a slide; FTSE. 194
Macallan makes history with first woman as master; Industry: New team leader renowned for her skill. 328
Man admits killing friend in car crash; Court: 25-year-old has been banned from driving three times in five years. 460
Man and woman rescued from house fire; EMERGENCY. CHRIS MACLENNAN 140
Modest, but most certainly heroes; The Voice of the North. 111
Murray making progress; TENNIS. 107
New fund to boost ATMs; Cash: Hope for remote communities with limited access to cash machines. VICKY SHAW 459
New series, new cars, same passion; YOURCAR COLUMNIST Vicki Butler-Henderson and the team review the Tesla Model 3 as Fifth Gear returns. Vicki Butler-Henderson 457
North Country Cheviot breaks auction record; Sales: Ram from Torrish Estate sells for PS18,000. KATRINA MACARTHUR 405
Old Vic 'radically different' THEATRE. 102
On this day. 200
Our community councils are at risk; 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 117
Over one million at capital events; ENTERTAINMENT. 131
Parliament? More like St Trinian's; 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 221
Patience key for Peterhead; First things first as Boyle says consolidation must be priority. JAMIE DURENT 425
Pensioner, 90, riled by missed bin bother; Refuse: Resident says someone isn't doing their job right. KAITLIN EASTON 401
Plans for housing to fund therapy centre; BANFF. TAMSIN GRAY 190
Plenty of choice and power; The Fiat 500 shucks off its cutesy image with its purposeful Abarth 595 variants, which really hit the nail on the head. 772
Police called to west end incident; EMERGENCY. 107
Prime minister says women can trust him; ALLEGATIONS. 231
Private firm hired to cut dental waiting list; Health: NHS will pay clinic PS503k to cut tooth treatment delay. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 335
Protester shot in latest Hong Kong violence; China: Streets turn into battlefields. 327
PS1.4m boost for storage research project; FUNDING. MARK LAMMEY 182
Public polled on march against NHS cuts; HEALTH. ALISTAIR MUNRO 245
Rapid T-Roc R to retail from PS38k. 222
Region toasts alcohol safety record; POLICE. SUSY MACAULAY 230
Right man, wrong time - departing Pittodrie was best; COMMENT. JAMIE DURENT 418
Ritchie's joy as Scotland get back on song at last; ? Flanker reckons rolling maul could become a potent weapon. STEVE SCOTT 485
Road closures during running events; MOTORING. RITA CAMPBELL 236
Safety barriers erected in first part of garden works; RENOVATIONS. JON HEBDITCH 226
School's staff praised in report; TURRIFF. 124
Scots celebrated for incredible acts of bravery; Ceremony: First minister commends 56 heroes. KIERAN BEATTIE 355
Scottish finishers have lost PS30 million in under a year, says QMS; CATTLE PRICES. 214
Search for man scaled back; POLICE. 116
Search for victims of collapse; TAIWAN. 129
Seat keeps youthful swagger; Jack McKeown says this is a big car with a youthful vibe. 529
Senior firefighter helping to save lives in other ways; Health: North commander tells of his shock at stem cell call - after 20 years. CHRIS MACLENNAN 470
Shipyard famed for Titanic saved with PS6m rescue; Deal: Workers 'vindicated' as firm buys UK giant. DAVID YOUNG 320
Sick day rates on the rise in under-pressure prisons; Figures: Total days taken off due to depression, stress or anxiety increases. CALUM ROSS 420
Son's grave sank five weeks after burial; Cemetery: Council pledges to make immediate repairs. TAMSIN GRAY 416
Sportsman and musician was saluted by star. Obituary 327
Spurs crushed at home while City triumph. 373
Spurs crushed at home while City triumph. 374
Staggies gaining ground; Kettlewell delighted with how County have adapted to top tier. ANDY SKINNER 444
Stem cell match comes out of the blue; DONORS. CHRIS MACLENNAN 253
Summit wrong with time-to-cairn calculation. Ben Dolphin 882
Tories 'party of law and order' - yet MP reprimanded for fracas; INCIDENT. 322
Treasury signs off PS65m y growth deal; ?Multi-million-pound boost for regions in north and north-east. DANIEL O'DONOGHUE WESTMINSTER REPORTER 529
Trump development could be opportunity for hydrogen heating; INNOVATION. 278
Trust mission is to bring football to the masses; PROGRAMMES. 285
tv highlights. 360
Two readers in the money in giveaway. DANIEL BOAL 307
Variety of programmes brings support and football to masses; COMMUNITY TRUST. 169
We can't ignore data on climate; 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 211
Who said it. 231
Woman claimed PS4k in pension fraud; SENTENCE. ANA DA SILVA 231
Wright case for Saints defence - and attack; ST JOHNSTONE. 355
Youngsters given classes in mental health issues; EDUCATION. LOUISE GLEN 289
Your chance to help redesign heart of town centre; REGENERATION. 237

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