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

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'Cronyism' row sees rule changes at uni; Education: RGU agrees to make 21 amendments after review. 513
'No-deal Brexit would risk seeing house prices in Scotland fall 6%' PROPERTY. 238
'Worrying time' for Tesco workers amid shake-up; Retail: Senior jobs to go and employees' hours reduced at Highland store. 363
10-man Blue Toon leave 'proud' boss over moon as side hold on for win. 493
30 years of Offshore Health and Safety; By Bob Egan Workforce Engagement Specialist, Health and Safety Executive. 283
A DAY TO FORGET FOR UNITED DEFENDER YTO FORGET FOR; Buckie joy as Clark scores an own goal and is later sent off HIGHLAND LEAGUE. 640
Aberdeen urged to make new start after the downturn; OIL CAPITAL. 322
Ace upgrade for winch; OIL AND GAS. 429
Aker has the Solutions; LOW CARBON. 793
Anger as Loganair wields axe on services; AVIATION. 229
At least 24 firms are penalised for illegal workers; Justice: Message seems to be 'getting through'. 386
Attack by Taliban as envoy says deal near; AFGHANISTAN. 144
Awards celebrate inspiring young people; FUNDRAISING. 248
Beast of a race at Loch Ness "Plenty of laughs and unwavering camaraderie" ? More than 2,300 fundraisers put their stamina to the test in gruelling 10k. 392
Belief, passion and obsession are just the job for brothers; Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Daryll Morrow, who runs Aberdeen firm Udrafter, together with his brother, Luke. 731
Best wishes to unsung heroes; by a Safety Rep. 183
Bid to suspend Parliament triggers UK-wide protests; OPPOSITION. 268
Blair to warn against falling into 'elephant trap' of snap election; LABOUR. 267
Blow for families as fees rocket for after-school clubs; Anger as parents faced with 'outrageous' 50% increase in costs. 208
Body is found in ruins of blaze-wrecked city store; EMERGENCY. 278
Break-ins hit businesses; Crime: Fears thieves are targeting town in wake of bank branch closures. 445
BROCH BREAK TURRIFF; Fraserburgh score five before half-time as they maintain spot at league's summit HIGHLAND LEAGUE. 502
Brora make up for defeat as stunned Huntly hit for six. 375
Buckets of fun as fans pose outside ground; CHARITY. 132
Busy schedule for SPE Aberdeen; EVENT. 494
Button recalls young super-talent as messages of condolence sent. 222
Callum takes a leading role; Step Change in Safety welcomes new co-chair for Safety Alerts and Moments work-group. 285
Campaign launch puts offshore industry's eye safety in focus. 261
CAPPING HIS SEASON; Oban's dynamic Macmillan can ease the pain of cup-final miss with Scotland selection. 439
Carbon capture usage and storage - is it time? COMMENT. 803
Cashpot helping to boost healthy lifestyles; GRANTS. 205
Celebrating 30 years of vital Safety Reps; Anniversary. 262
Ceremony in memory of drug-overdose victims; PEOPLE. 332
Change of venue this year for key oil show; BACKGROUND. 209
Children help with mosaic at city hospice; HEALTH. 170
City shoppers served up Specially Selected Pork; Meat: North-east pig farmer offers samples and recipe leaflets in store. 288
Collaborate to innovate; TECHNOLOGY. 683
Common diabetes drug 'proves effective against heart failure' RESEARCH. 257
Council approves plan for hall to be replaced; COMMUNITY. 233
Council has no dedicated director of education; Shake-up: Changes being planned. 506
Council working group to explore 'complexities' of flexi-schooling; EDUCATION. 399
County hope to catch break; Staggies: Grivosti reckons international hiatus will help ease squad's injury woes. 408
Couple's charity walks honour brother; HEALTH. 258
Court no-shows bringing justice system to a halt h; Shock figures reveal 10,000 arrest warrants issued in past 4 years. 213
Crooks cash in on banks crisis in north towns h; Firms forced to keep takings on premises targeted by gangs. 184
Cyclists should show some consideration. 159
Davidson returns from Achilles injury. 316
Deaths. 1427
Dee win to progress in Scottish Cup; BANKSO'DEE 2 GOLSPIE 0. 219
DEPLETED COUNTY NEED REST; Break comes at just right time for Staggies. 402
Desire for 'dialogue' on climate change; OIL AND GAS. 1293
Devlin drafted in to Scotland squad. 127
DISCIPLINE A WORLD AWAY FOR SCOTLAND; Expected victory in Tibilisi but Townsend acknowledges concern of shipped penalties RUGBY UNION. 576
Do offshore operations have to be a dirty business? ENVIRONMENT. 690
DONS BREAKING GOOD BUT STAGGIES FRAGILE; Dominant Reds expose shaky County defence. 813
Drawing on a decade of insights: saving clients millions on each well drilled; The global rig count will increase by almost 50% over the next four years. 1111
Driven to make positive change; An interview with Steve Rae, executive director, Step Change in Safety. Interview 1046
Driving efficiency sees a growth surge for Quanta; ENGINEERING. 492
Eat my sawdust, says German; Chainsaw artists converge on Highland village in search of coveted trophy. 354
Eddie The Eagle brings his tales of tenacity to city; Event: Ski jumper will talk about never giving up. 330
EDOUARD REMAINS HAMMER OF GERS; Jonny -come-lately puts icing on the cake as ex-Don ensures Celtic are two good. 675
Embracing change; COMMENT. 731
Ending the stigma over issues of mental health er; With the subject very close to his heart, a BP chief executive told Mark Lammey how his firm is getting people to open up. 1457
Energy Indicators. 420
Everything's Black and White for Price as boss turns down City return. 498
Exploration and appraisal activity; NORWAY. 728
Extending life of north sea through expertise; RESERVES. 497
Extensive search as woman goes missing; Worries 60-year-old was not dressed for conditions. 383
Fears thieves 'targeting' firms after bank closures; CRIME. 342
Fears village will become 'trapped' by developments; Planning: Locals urged to voice their views on huge allocation of houses. 611
Federer merciless as the big guns march on in New York. 463
Feedback - business tool or bullying tool? by a Safety Rep. 360
Fewer drinkers cut back despite benefits; ALCOHOL. 220
Fiddler back on stage after heart surgery; Susan Welsh heard music stars Aly Bain and Phil Cunningham at Eden Court, sounding just as good as ever. 337
Firms in plea over flexibility of levy; APPRENTICES. 136
Firms sign partner agreement to deliver safety systems upgrades; SAFETY. 361
First round ties drawn; SCOTTISH CUP. 141
Five-star display as Locos bring County back to earth. 388
Flash floods cause travel chaos; WEATHER. 231
Flash floods throw travel and sport into disarray; ? Trains cancelled, A9 deluged and shinty fixtures called off. 341
Forres fire in four as Keith dominated. 344
Funding E&P in the UKCS; NORTH SEA. 686
Further additions possible ahead of deadline. 274
Gateway to opportunity; NETWORKING. 551
Genny Hire upgrades lighting tower fleet. 349
Good branding is vital for future of decommissioning; OPINION. 587
Gordonians brushed aside by Bulls' stampede; LEAGUE CUP. 269
Gove will 'wait to see' on obeying any no-deal law; EXITING THE EU ? Top Tory fails to confirm government stance in event of new Brexit legislation. 916
Great expectations for pupils are priceless. 939
Grivosti sure County will benefit from short break. 376
Ground-breaking turbine deal to create up to 100 jobs; MARINE POWER. 345
Hamilton boss hails power of strike partners. 292
Harry Potter fans celebrate 'Back to Hogwarts' day; CULTURE. 301
HARTLEY'S HIGH-FYVIE AS COVE HIT THREE; Walk in the park for League 2 leaders as unbeaten run continues at the Balmoral. 613
Help needed for hare population; Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 267
Helping make new ideas real e; TECHNOLOGY. 986
Helping to weed out alien intruders on riverbanks; Environment: Volunteers aiming to stop invasive plants choking waterways. 450
Highland put in 'awesome shift' to pummel Watsonians; SCOTTISH CUP. 329
Hitting a safety high in platform inductions; by a North Sea safety rep. 703
Horoscopes. 702
How to make a success of the winds of change; RENEWABLES. 1015
Hundreds take part in cancer charity walk at Crathes Castle; EVENTS. 293
Hurricane Dorian prompts Bahamas evacuation pleas; Caribbean: Power lines felled and roofs ripped off as violent winds strike. 397
I like the technology but it's not how we do things here; RESEARCH. 465
Innovation the key to success; SUSTAINABILITY. 901
Inspiring kids to study Stem; EDUCATION. 600
Investigation is first step; SKILLS. 522
Inviting US medical providers into the NHS would be political suicide for Boris. 950
Jags on the up after win over Coasters. 258
Jags' Bannigan and Gordon score red cards. 400
Joggers' efforts could end up saving many lives; FUNDRAISING. 281
Johnson praises Poland 80 years after country's invasion by Nazis; HISTORY. 403
Junior fixtures; FOOTBALL. 112
Keep up the good work on safety; by a Safety Rep. 322
Kings aim to play Cabers on same day as final. 364
KONTA CZECHS IT OUT; Big scalp for Johanna as she becomes first British woman since Durie to make last eight. 351
Last seafaring Clyde puffer takes visitors on a voyage of nostalgia; HERITAGE. 305
Leaders make it four wins on the bounce; JUNIORS. 255
Leigh says Old Firm cannot assume race is theirs alone. 404
Leigh: Don't write off Dons; AFC: Defender does not buy into presumption Premiership top two is set in stone. 467
Lennon: Writing us off put that extra fire in our bellies. 555
Livestock. 325
Logistics in safe hands; PROFILE. 691
Looks familiar as Baxter gets the big game. 254
Loss of Ruth is a huge blow for all; Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 163
Low-carbon shipping quest; INNOVATION. 688
Major shock as Barty is beaten by Wang. 241
Makeshift men are praised. 208
Marr comeback ends cup hopes for Grammar; SCOTTISH CUP. 297
McILROY'S SWISS ROLL FALLS FLAT; Soderberg claims his first European Tour title. 414
Meet a safety rep. 679
Michael is leading light; Arts: German successfully defends his chainsaw title at Carve Carrbridge. 363
Millennials likeliest victims of fraud. 337
MILNE'S FRESH THROW; International starting to regain her love for discus following some difficult student years. 482
Mortgage approvals at highest level since 2009. 180
New cyclists' trail offers stunning 800-mile trip; Off-road route links John O'Groats with northern England. 408
New forum to discuss farming issues. 184
New regulator role for former Safety Rep of the Year. 394
Nuclear secrets and lies; COMMENT. 1019
OGUK's HSE conference to tackle key industry themes; Industry view By Trevor Stapleton OGUK health and safety manager. Conference news 397
Oil & gas: a vital role in the transition to clean energy; CLEAN ENERGY. 554
On this day. 238
Optimising production with inflow technology; INNOVATION. 555
Parents blame junk food buying on 'bogof' deals; Research: Consumers believe promotions influence 'unhealthy' purchases. 347
Parents spent nearly PS1,000 entertaining children in summer; Keeping the holidays happy was a costly affair, says Keith Findlay. 331
Past times. 101
Payment introduced at village's car park; TRANSPORT. 357
Peace of mind during a period of turbulence; TRAVEL MANAGEMENT. 581
Pochettino hoping for no late twist in Eriksen transfer tale; ARSENAL 2 SPURS 2. 388
Positive future at ASCO; LOGISTICS. 586
Power looks switched on in brief Staggies cameo. 317
Praise for event as Shire claim T10 title; CRICKET. 227
Prospects look good after first year celebrated. 224
Protest blocks roads near airport; HONG KONG. 179
Providing leadership platform. 612
PS100k for charity that supports challenged families; FUNDING. 228
Public says courts too soft - yet agrees with sentences; Survey: Scots believe jail terms too lenient, but their estimates are spot-on. 403
Reasons to be a safety rep; By a TAQA safety rep. 511
Relief from R&D costs; INNOVATION. 527
Reminder that free parking is now over; Motoring: But it will be cheaper to stay longer in town centres. 379
Retired engineer aims to give mill new lease of life; ? High hopes for 'Tutankhamun's tomb' of engineering history. 418
Review of guidelines 30 years on; SAFETY. 1475
Risk factors amid volatile prices; INVESTORS. 478
RNLI save photographer after plunge near castle; RESCUE. 180
ROC Health set to expand its foothold; HEALTH SERVICES. 510
Rout shows Orkney mean business; CALEDONIA. 212
Row over parking charge; ? Councillors for one area angry that others have not set fees. 374
Run the Runway event raises PS35,000; CHARITY. 206
Run The Runway raises PS35,000 for cancer centre; CHARITY. 220
Safety reps are kind of magic. 409
Saints slump leaves Wright baffled. 255
Say thanks to your paper boys and girls who really do deliver. 701
SCOTS WILL NOT SHIRK CHALLENGE; Little: Tag of favourites will spur Dark Blues on. 440
Service marks special day for cathedral; RELIGION. 264
Seven die in gun rampage; United States: Shooter opened fire on police after failing to signal left turn. 374
Seven killed in gun rampage; United States: Shooter opened fire on police after failing to signal left turn. 398
Shell showcases future plans; OIL AND GAS. 1872
Sidelined players may find themselves on loan. 297
Sisters with cystic fibrosis told only one can be given crucial drug; ? Life-changing medication for lung condition 'too expensive'. 393
Specialist solutions pay off; OILFIELD SERVICES. 584
Speeding up the wheels of Scots justice. 255
Spotlight is on international opportunities; DECOM. 576
Star of long-running sitcom dies. Obituary 277
State of play for drilling effort in UK; WELL SLOT. 691
Storm gathering to strike at Chepstow; SELECTIONS. 281
STRIKING IMPRESSION; Carson reckons high-fives Caley Thistle have the firepower to make it a great season. 420
Subsea Connect: The future of subsea projects CONNECTIVITY. 419
take control of climate change issue industry told; ? Protesters expected at event. 312
take control of climate change issue industry told; Protesters expected at event. 312
Taking a clinical approach to safeguarding; HEALTH. 424
That guy with the red hat on. 354
The carbon conundrum; CSS. 1920
The heroes from net zero; ENERGY TRANSITION. 486
The magic that can happen at a safety rep forum; By a BP safety rep. 697
The North Sea in 2019 - an era of transition? OFFSHORE. 630
The trials and tribulations of transition; ISSUES. 549
There's no place like home for fit as a fiddle Aly and sidekick Phil; REVIEW. 439
Thirty years of safety reps: Do we really need SI971? Safety adviser and member of Step Change in Safety's WEST work group. 391
Thousands of people fail to appear for court dates; ? Calls for action after more than 10 a day go missing in the north. 399
Thousands turn up for Mela; ? Aberdeen's cultural diversity celebrated in city park despite the showers. 288
Three decades of safety success; By Audrey Laing Senior Operations H&S Advisor, ConocoPhillips UK Ltd. 310
Tide is turning for Clyde Training; FOCUS. 479
Toiling team praised for work on path; COASTAL. 261
Trainee pilot left to land plane; AUSTRALIA. 148
Trainee pilot left to land plane; AUSTRALIA. 153
Travel company leading the way on celebrations. 209
Tributes paid to airmen who died on hill; CEREMONY. 192
Turning up the volume in the climate change debate; OIL AND GAS. 635
tv highlights. 337
UK slow to decarbonise; INNOVATION. 727
Upgrade delayed by nests complete; WATERWORKS. 151
Upset at school care cost hike; Council decision to raise fees by up to 50% sparks outrage among parents. 541
US military hunt for airman; ? Field dug up in bid to find remains of crewman missing since 1944. 272
Veteran Tuck in amazing athletics revival. 285
VICTORY DEDICATED TO HUBERT; Motorsport in mourning for driver, 22. 376
Village to celebrate link with author; LITERATURE. 152
Village to celebrate link with Treasure Island; EVENTS. 157
Volunteers toil to make coastal path accessible; Community: Team wins praise of MP. 376
We need to talk about resilience; ELECTRICITY. 714
We need to unite to get a good deal; Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 186
Weekend hailed success, despite cancelled races; ? Weather severely curtails programme at Portsoy rowing event. 433
Well-set with the qualities of great Scott. 267
Wheat crop set to be largest for UK since 2015; Harvest: Yields for 2019 20% higher than last year. 179
Whitnell wins trophy at last after '10 long years'. 387
Who said it. 216
Wind and gas keep south ticking over; SNS. 1493
Wood grows in strength s through diversification; PROFILE. 1266

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