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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (September 23, 2019)

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'Ebola-like cases' questioned after cover-up claims; TANZANIA. 239
'Incredible' tourist helps save collapsed man's life; EMERGENCY. LOUISE GLEN 225
63-year-old woman killed in horror Highland crash; Incident: Two-car collision marks third fatal tragedy in north within days. ALISTAIR MUNRO 461
Aberdeen allotment proposals due to be discussed; COMMUNITY. JON HEBDITCH 165
Alcohol pricing impact analysed; HOMELESSNESS. 106
Alternative investment options can help savers "EIS or VCT do present a higher risk to investors and their capital" Limits: Schemes offer tax benefits. SCOTT NEWMAN ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, JC WEALTH, INVERNESS 481
Alternative options for retirement planning; Money: Schemes offer tax benefits. FRANK FRASER FINANCIAL PLANNER, JC WEALTH, ELGIN 490
An apology but also public thanks; 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 273
Angus is hat-trick hero as Locos storm back to beat Wick; INVERURIE LOCOS 3 WICK ACADEMY 2. 392
Animal antics to be topic of talk in the Tivoli; EVENTS. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 244
Answers sought on EU student exchanges; EDUCATION. 150
Appeal to trace men who saved hillwalker after fall; Man who plummeted 300ft comforted by good Samaritans. MICHELLE HENDERSON 386
Are you ready for a new world? Aberdeen is home to ISA, an independent school that is creating the new possible. 847
Axe poised to fall on educational services; Budget: Council meeting on Wednesday to agree on savings. DAVID MACKAY 408
Bannerman praises popular 10k race. 285
Be all you can be at Robert Gordon's College. 503
BIG DEAL FOR FYVIE AS COVE STAY TOP; Midfielder extends contract and helps his side stretch unbeaten run to seven games. JAMIE DURENT AT BOROUGH BRIGGS 703
Bleak outlook for travel giant after crucial talks; Thomas Cook: Unions representing staff urging government to intervene. ALAN JONES 571
Blue Toon fail to capitalise after red card for Goodwillie. 373
Brexit has hindered any political debate. Len Ironside 881
Britain's potato acreage still low; ARABLE. GEMMA MACKENZIE 104
BROCH FEEL FULL PAIN OF ROSE'S THORN; Bonnyrigg go through after sucker-punch in injury time FRASERBURGH 0 BONNYRIGG ROSE 1. 589
Buckie make easy work of Civil Service; BUCKIE THISTLE 4 CIVILSERVICESTR 1. 341
Cabers teenager fires his way to an impressive milestone. 318
Call for vehicle ban on scenic route; WALKING. JON HEBDITCH 234
CamanachdCUP HERO GOING FOR MORE GLORY; Newtonmore scorer Glen Mackintosh says he's determined to make next year's final at the age of 41 to help his team win five in a row. BILL McALLISTER 534
Campaign to tackle loneliness in young; CHARITY. 168
Casualty evacuation training; MOUNTAINS. JON HEBDITCH 178
Checking out junior fixtures. 163
Children build dreams for future at Lego exhibition; EVENT. DANIEL BOAL 234
Choirs in harmony after two decades; CULTURE. 123
Climate challenge 'immense' ENVIRONMENT IN CRISIS Last five years have been hottest period on record. 469
Coach couple tie knot with help from full squad; Wedding: Football-mad pair meet their match. SEAN O'NEIL 341
Collision on A96; ROADS. 114
Cop chase ends in three arrests and officer in hospital; Police seen clearing debris from road after residents woken by sirens. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 207
Corbyn vows to serve full term as PM; ?Divisive attempt to oust deputy leader abandoned on opening day. HARRIET LINE 441
CORRECTIONS [...]. Correction notice 127
Could your ideal school be independent? 553
Crumbling changing rooms pupil privacy fury; Education: Angry mother hits out after seeing facilities at Grammar. JON HEBDITCH 381
Crusading medics questioning routine drugs' links with Alzheimer's disease. David Knight 906
CUP STROLL IN THE SUN TROLL IN THE SUN FOR BANKSO'DEE; Visitors just too hot to handle for Can-Cans FORRES 1 BANKSO'DEE 4. DAVE EDWARDS AT MOSSET PARK 872
Danish example on fish farming rejected; ENVIRONMENT. 233
Daredevil base jumper 'lucky to be alive' RESCUE. ALISTAIR MUNRO 202
Deaths. 548
DOGGED APPROACH IN THE ACH IN THE LIONS DEN WINS IT; Dons survive endurance test on dodgy surface LIVINGSTON 0 ABERDEEN 2. PAUL THIRD AT ALMONDVALE 723
DOGGED APPROACH IN THE ACH IN THE LIONS' DEN WINS IT; Dons survive endurance test on dodgy surface. PAUL THIRD AT ALMONDVALE 725
Donnachies Girl gunning for double; RACING. 246
Dons take Heart from Lions' Den; AFC: Considine says Livingston win best way to warm up for cup. PAUL THIRD 359
Dozens of taxis checked in joint project; TRANSPORT. 236
Drive provides shoes for deprived children; CHARITY. DANIEL BOAL 231
Dundee United thanks can go to Shanks; ROUND-UP. 259
Extinction Rebellion protest outside venue; ENVIRONMENT. 192
Fallen tree cuts power to 617 homes; ENERGY. MICHELLE HENDERSON 238
Famed photographer to address graduates; PEOPLE. SARAH BRUCE 138
Family goes the extra mile for charity; FUNDRAISING. 131
Farmer's rescue inspires air ambulance collection; Charity: Couple ask for donations in lieu of presents after friend's ordeal. REBEKAH MCVEY 453
Fears for maternity unit after hospital project delays; HEALTH. TOM PETERKIN POLITICAL EDITOR 322
FEEBLE SCOTLAND NOT BIG IN JAPAN; It's a sore one to start with as gleeful Irish run riot over off-the-pace Dark Blues. STEVE SCOTT IN JAPAN 602
First classic vehicle show proves a roaring success; Transport: Town's debut event draws huge crowds to view vintage line-up. ALISTAIR MUNRO 398
Force must turn tide on centralisation; The Voice of the North. 244
Former PMs should seek compromise; 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 378
Fresh plea for snow gates on rural route; Roads: Council claims variable message signs best solution. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 404
Fund helping childhood abuse victims; Society: PS10m of grants available. LEWIS MCKENZIE 234
Golden era of tractors "Whole assemblies were imported from the States" History: 70 years since first IH models left Doncaster factory. PETE SMALL 514
Golfers in drive to help autism group; SUPPORT. 218
Government vows to help if Thomas Cook collapses; Business: Foreign secretary assures worried tourists they will be flown home. HENRY VAUGHAN 601
GRAMMAR GET BACK ON TRACK; Selkirk challenge swept aside by Aberdeen SELKIRK 24 ABERDEEN GRAM 44. 410
Gregor has to solve the slow start conundrum; TOWNSEND. 303
Gyrocopter epic is over; Flight: Adventurer dodges lightning scare to land round-the-world record. BEN MITCHELL 413
Harry to follow in his mother's footsteps; CAMPAIGN. 218
Health board accused of stifling debate; MATERNITY. 242
HEIGHTS OF AMBITION; Douglas earns world mountain running championships spot and helps Scotland win gold. FRASER CLYNE 490
Helpers pitch in at beach clean as UK-wide initiative comes to Banff; ENVIRONMENT. KAITLIN EASTON 208
Heroic display by goalkeeper stops Huntly earning replay; LINLITHGOW ROSE 1 HUNTLY 0. 351
HIE quiz over PS8m losses; Enterprise: Holyrood committee to scrutinise written-off grants and loans. TOM PETERKIN POLITICAL EDITOR 448
High fives all round as cruising Fort hit the goals trail. 430
Highland up to second after fightback triumph; HIGHLAND 34 GALA 18. 393
Hilton Hotel magnate dies at 91. Obituary 368
Hogg: We are in must-win territory after first game. 368
Holidaying Canadian nurse saves runner; Emergency: Woman praised for reviving 'dead' man with CPR. LOUISE GLEN 309
Holt: How did that happen? 221
Horoscopes. Patrick Arundell 678
How Margaret's physio enterprise ended up full of energy and wellbeing; Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Margaret Gear, owner of Yasp Physiotherapy Clinic in Scalloway, Shetland. 621
Hundreds help mark fire station's 50 years; Community: North base holds 'big birthday bash' for occasion. ALISTAIR MUNRO 395
Image of oil and gas sector 'key concern' for Norwegian firm; CONFERENCE. Conference news 308
Inquiries follow death of man, 38, at home; POLICE. 106
Inspiring the next generation; The north-east's independent schools offer great opportunities for pupils - you just need to find the right one for your child. 294
Investing money for children or grandchildren; Many people wish to gift family money and there are a few alternatives to cash, as chartered financial planner Sue Williamson explains... 739
Investments can be daunting so seek out professional advice; Aberdein Considine independent financial adviser and ex-Aberdeen FC captain Russell Anderson explains why professional advice can help you spread the risk and pick the right products. 464
Iran president's 'security' pledge; MIDDLE EAST. 155
Irish Boks clever but must punch above weight; SCHMIDT. 297
Irish checks if UK crashes out; EU insists some form of border needed. DAVID HUGHES 360
Jones thanks Red Rose Fergie time. 247
Keep eye on kitty to stop costume drama at stag and hen dos; Parties pay the price for not taking care of cash, says Keith Findlay. Keith Findlay 340
Keith tumble out after letting lead slip; KEITH 2 STIRLING UNI 3. 249
Kirk stalwarts mark 50 years of marriage; People: Tom arrived for first date with Sheila on his scooter. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 414
Landscapes of the Dead to boost visits to North Isles; Tourism: Lesser-known islands would share benefit of World Heritage status. ALISTAIR MUNRO 327
Learning to love the great outdoors. 542
Leonard wants party to be clear on Brexit; SCOTLAND. DOUGLAS BARRIE 367
Levein makes a pressure point or three in derby win. 345
Men are urged to look at childcare careers; JOBS. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 247
Mercedes apologise to Lewis Hamilton for error. 270
MSP sees hi-tech works to treat water; UTILITIES. ALISTAIR MUNRO 225
Navigating allowance limits on pensions; Money: Options offering tax relief. STEVEN HIGH FINANCIAL PLANNER, JC WEALTH, ABERDEEN 499
Need for Pin to tackle fraud; SECURITY. KEITH FINDLAY 163
Neil not sparing the superlatives. 157
New road, new opportunities. 325
North-east pair in bid to help pet sanctuary; Appeal: Donations sought for flood-hit rescue centre in Spain. KAITLIN EASTON 371
On this day. 201
On-song Ellon send out warning to rivals; CALEDONIA. 254
Opportunity knocks at recruitment fair; EMPLOYMENT. KAITLIN EASTON 160
Outstanding opportunities at Albyn school. 567
Parents like idea of car ban outside schools; EDUCATION. ALISON KERSHAW 245
Past times. 103
Payday for Ramsay after tying for sixth place. 395
Players praised after five-goal display; TURRIFF 1 FORMARTINE 5. 244
Police arrest three after officer injured in chase; Incident: Woman and two men detained after car allegedly failed to stop. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 367
Police chief says plans to decentralise jobs in works; Employment: Promise to move roles from central belt was made years ago. CALUM ROSS 509
Presenter's child set for TV debut; TELEVISION. 150
Price rues Elgin's costly missed opportunities. 337
Prince 'proud' to uphold Diana's landmine legacy; ? The duke and duchess will take baby Archie on tour in Africa. TONY JONES 491
Private equity company poised to 'reap harvest' EVPE announces 'strong bids' for three portfolio businesses. ALLISTER THOMAS 381
Probe into unlicensed car traders across the north and north-east; Crackdown: Trading standards investigate string of businesses. JON HEBDITCH 382
Protesters trample flag amid vandalism; Hong Kong: Demonstration at subway station turns violent. KATIE TAM 419
PS30m fund for low-carbon projects opened; ENVIRONMENT. DOUGLAS BARRIE 246
Public called on to clean up their act; Waste: Workers find needles and knives. RITA CAMPBELL 448
Public to get up close to PS350m plan for harbour; Expansion: Preview as TechFest ends. JAMES WYLLIE 390
Recycling centre workers are at the sharp end; COUNCIL. RITA CAMPBELL 252
Repair work on 'true masterpiece' MONUMENTS. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 293
Replay required after defences stand firm at Station Park; NAIRN COUNTY 0 CLACHNACUDDIN 0. 414
Residents told to sort out street repairs themselves; Potholes: Council argues it is not responsible for section of historic route. DANIEL BOAL 363
Restoration of 'treasure' for common good. 284
Rice rant at the rookie referees. 186
Rider taken to hospital after fall from horse; HEALTH. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 154
Robinson: Good goal denied. 191
Rothes win in Motherwell gets Jack off to flyer. 341
Row over new cancer and maternity units; NHS: Health secretary challenged over PS50m cost increase. TOM PETERKIN POLITICAL EDITOR 407
Rowers struggle in strong winds; RESCUE. ALISTAIR MUNRO 149
Rubbish found 3,000ft down in sea; ENVIRONMENT. 201
Runners tackle the Beast and raise PS20,000; EVENT. KAITLIN EASTON 215
Ruthless Rangers put Saints to sword with mauling at McDiarmid. 338
Ruthless versus toothless. 185
Safety warning as climbers get high; BEN NEVIS. 212
School janitor Eoin steps down after nearly 40 years of service; EDUCATION. DAVID MACKAY 207
Scotland stands to gain from US research grant; Sustainability: SRUC part of wider consortium SRUC's Professor Davy McCracken offers an insight into work at the college's hill and mountain research centre. 411
Shock at number of empty homes in Aberdeen; HOUSING. JON HEBDITCH 212
Sifting injury debris to find some serendipity. CHRIS CRIGHTON 304
SIX OF THE BEST AND NO T AND NO BULLET WOUNDS; Welsh and Walsh seal it ... give or take a letter. ALASDAIR FRASER AT CALEDONIAN STADIUM 712
Skye deliver big blow to Glen Urquhart's hopes. 303
SMART THE PRIDE OF ELGIN; COMMENT. ANDY SKINNER 506
Special dram to mark Scottish Ballet's 50th; ANNIVERSARY. KAITLIN EASTON 171
SPORT ON TELEVISION TODAY AND TOMORROW. 191
STAGGIES' METTLE IS HARDER; Steelmen turned to rust by County character as Highlanders bag first away victory MOTHERWELL 1 ROSSCOUNTY 2. ANDY SKINNER AT FIR PARK 763
Stewart's pressure pleasure; Staggies: High expectations help striker thrive in the Premiership. ANDY SKINNER 314
Strictly waltzes to top of ratings; TELEVISION. 123
Switch off and you'll miss late show. JOHN MAXWELL 237
Table toppers plan to keep chasing points. 307
Too tall an order for a small team. DAVID SUTHERLAND 242
Town hall event aims to showcase local produce; FOOD AND DRINK. DAVID MACKAY 202
tv highlights. 314
Two boys held in stabbing probe; POLICE. 144
Union's call to scrap universal credit; BENEFITS. ALAN JONES 246
Victory ensures third spot for Saints. 248
War hero, 97, repeats 1944 parachute jump; HISTORY. 300
Wee fighter beats rare and deadly condition in womb; ? Ordeal finally over for Harry who was delivered 11 weeks early. 595
Whisky walkway opened; Access: Improvements to 15-mile route linking Glenlivet with Tomintoul. ALISTAIR MUNRO 429
Who said it. 233
WILLETT'S FAIRYTALE HOME WIN; Englishman ecstatic after Wentworth victory. 430
Winger really loving it - just like Ibrox days. 429
Woman, 63, dies in horror crash; Death is third tragedy in north in space of just three days. ALISTAIR MUNRO 193
Writing on the wall in city; ? Liverpool transformed with bold murals. ELEANOR BARLOW 311
Yells on top form to pick up UK crown. 291
Young musicians take a bow with BBC orchestra; ARTS. 285

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