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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (September 30, 2019)

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'Best battalion in the British Army' says major general; MILITARY. CHRIS MACLENNAN 207
'Jock' acts as permanent tribute to fallen heroes; Statue shows level of sacrifice. CHRIS MACLENNAN 362
'Named person' scheme was valid; 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 276
'Skippers' get on their bikes to help battery project; EVENT. KIERAN BEATTIE 258
Actress will play PC Murdoch in Oor Wullie show; Musical: River City star dons stick-on moustache. 354
Alessio fancied the victory. 205
Appeal in bid for mental health facility; CHARITY. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 257
Awards scheme seeks top learners. GEMMA MACKENZIE 174
Banffers up for Monday night football. 277
Bereaved couple used spotlight to aid the people Linda was helping; TRAGEDY. 354
Bluefaced Leicesters the toast of north rams sale; Livestock: PS1,000 price bracket smashed 20 times at United Auctions event. KATRINA MACARTHUR 419
Brendan becomes a song and dance man on celeb X Factor; SHOWBIZ. 257
BRORA GRAB TOP SPOT; Gillespie hits hat-trick as Cattachs power their way to impressive victory over Locos. 487
Brothers on target as young Fort side win cup. 249
Case concluded as Highland sheriff retires; JUSTICE. 211
Celebration time after all the study; Education: NEScol awards diplomas. TAMSIN GRAY 457
Chairman is staying confident party can retain its Scots seats; WESTMINSTER. 218
Chalmers warms up with record-breaking run. 250
Climate change group formed; ENVIRONMENT. 124
Club to carry out another clearing up job; IMPACT. 238
Comedy festival will put smile on businesses' faces; EVENT. JAMES WYLLIE 266
Communities devastated as flooding causes havoc; Bridges destroyed, roads and homes damaged by sudden downpour. TAMSIN GRAY 648
Community-owned bothy will be a hub for tourists; Development Trust finally ready to open doors on new facility. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 394
Confidence brewing for Staggies boys. JOHN MAXWELL 225
COVE BOSS HARTLEY GREEDY FOR GOALS; Manager hails magnificent second-half show but says team should be scoring more. 570
Cyclists gear up for fundraiser; CHARITY. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 159
Davies hails character as Wales look to kick on. 324
Deaths. 959
Deluge leaves club with familiar problem; IMPACT. 240
Devlin: McInnes blameless in rout. PAUL THIRD 192
Elgin left gutted after Brechin pinch the points with a late winner. 488
Energy users being misled; UTILITIES. 177
Ensure you are covered, travellers urged. KEITH FINDLAY 225
Estate's plans for holiday village on public display; PLANNING. SUSY MACAULAY 249
Festival goes out on high; Culture: West coast village has won the hearts and minds of music fans. RITA CAMPBELL 426
Filling places hard due to 'low salary and lack of career progression' RECRUITMENT. 214
Finding grey area between pink and blue; He called a particularly feminine doll with long blonde hair 'Alan'. Eleanor Bradford 905
Fishing watchdog issues over 1,000 letters a year; Enforcement: Officers in Lerwick send out most, followed by Peterhead. CALUM ROSS 496
Flooding wrecks roads and rural bridges rura; ? Residents left counting cost of torrential downpour. TAMSIN GRAY 902
Florence just misses out on Olympic spot. 123
Football: Tory team hit for eight in annual match. 166
Forecast: Worst has passed - but brace for wintry temperatures. 183
Formartine cruise to victory against Lossie's youngsters. 375
Fossil fuel investors can expect dividend payments of PS57.7bn; New figures from Moody's suggest investing in oil and gas could be a good move, says Keith Findlay. Keith Findlay 463
Foxes chase dismal Magpies out of town. 247
Friends and family limber up for fundraising run for foundation; CHARITY. 278
Funding on offer to help artists grow; Culture: Past winners put on display. RITA CAMPBELL 428
Fundraising golfers set for Portugal finals; SPORT. KIERAN BEATTIE 160
Game of Thrones star to head north for new film; Showbiz: Fairley to play leading role in drama set in crofting community. 400
Genghis is all-conquering; Outdoors: Springer spaniel and his ex-Army owner bag their final Munro. 406
Gentlemen bikers help to accelerate fundraising; Charity: More than 100 dapper riders raise PS18k for Movember Foundation. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 427
Girlguiding campaign is tackling plastic pollution; ENVIRONMENT. ALISON KERSHAW 248
Goals may give Dundee United the edge; ROUND-UP. 263
GRAMMAR GOING GREAT; Game plan works to perfection as Aberdeen keep up their fine start to life in Premiership. JACK NIXON 431
Green schemes could no longer require approval; ENVIRONMENT. CONOR RIORDAN 217
Group 'feels the squeeze' on prices; OIL&GAS. 200
Hamilton in step towards his sixth title. 386
Hanlin brings magic to Dancing On Ice "I will try to put magic into the show if I can" TELEVISION. JULIA HUNT 178
Highland battle their way to victory at Kelso. 286
Holiday firm staff face pay day blues; TRAVEL. 161
Hopes for ovarian cancer drug; HEALTHCARE. 129
Hopes north-east can become mountain biking centre; CYCLING. 232
Horoscopes. Patrick Arundell 618
Hosts had worked on Ireland match 'for years'. 299
HSBC has PS14bn in lending for SMEs; BANKS. SIMON NEVILLE 241
Indignation at lack of respect shown by skateboarders for city's war memorial. David Knight 885
Injured abseiler in airlift drama beside waterfall; Rescue: Photographer takes tumble at beauty spot. 359
Inverness men stand at a crossroads. DAVID SUTHERLAND 239
KINGS PLAYING IT COOL; Victory boosts title hopes but hat-trick hero Genini says team only focusing on next game. BILL McALLISTER 420
Lack of teachers limiting Stem choices for pupils; Huge shortage of specialists despite council recruitment drives. JAMES WYLLIE 439
Laidlaw feels the faith; Staggies: Keeper grateful as he bounces back from mistake with superb display. JAMIE DURENT 436
Latin Prince of Song dies aged 71. 277
Laughter good for city says comedy festival boss; ? All-round impact and boost from event is no laughing matter. JAMES WYLLIE 696
Lennon urges fans to bring the noise for visit of Cluj. 352
Lessons learned by Gerrard. 195
Library group's stories of tolerance spread; SOCIETY. CHRIS MACLENNAN 247
Local silver screen showing for films; CULTURE. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 253
Loch Ness crew lay kit bare for trend; SOCIAL MEDIA. 144
Luxury cars net PS22m for charity; SWITZERLAND. 103
MacGregor is ready to make an impression. 451
Maguire has eyes on clean sheets - and goals; MAN UNITED. 274
Man, 21, arrested after two vehicles stolen; POLICE. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 218
MARATHON THRILLER; Agony in Berlin as Ethiopia's Kenenisa Bekele misses out on world record by two seconds. FRASER CLYNE 450
McIlroy claims courses are set up 'too easy'. 275
MCINALLY: BEATING SAMOA IS BIG TASK; Numbers game won't distract Scotland from the challenge at hand, insists captain. 683
McInnes blameless in Ibrox debacle - Devlin; Dons: Defender says players must shoulder full responsibility for Gers rout. PAUL THIRD 405
Mixed fortunes for teams from the north; JUNIORS. 250
Montrose make Blue Toon pay the price for dreadful defending. 513
Morale booster timely for Rice. 164
More power could boost community councillors, MP suggests; ? 'Scunner factor' blamed for local groups with no members. RITA CAMPBELL 358
Murder hunt after woman found dead in city flat; Crime: Police tell of 'violent attack'. JAMES WYLLIE 315
Murray eyes European Tour after win in Germany; LADIES. 349
Names of those on monument. 170
New Pittodrie reality or result of rotten luck? CHRIS CRIGHTON 279
No-deal to cause administrative costs to escalate; Export: Red meat industry facing stark threat. GEMMA MACKENZIE 339
North-east sanctuary faces hefty repair bill; PREMISES. 213
North-east woman lands top regional role at UK law firm. STAN ARNAUD 231
Oban dish out damaging defeat to Newtonmore. 406
Olympians break record for rowing Highland loch; Team knocks 22 minutes off previous best time from summer. CHRIS MACLENNAN 507
On this day. 224
Parents help shape their daughter's Afghanistan; As the anniversary of aid worker Linda Norgrove's death approaches, Shona Gossip discovers how her legacy is helping a new generation of Afghan women. Shona Gossip 878
Partners dedicated to making a difference in the workplace "The UK is facing significant mental health challenges at work" Each week, we ask small firms key questions. Here we speak to Louise Jenkins-Lang, co-director of Banchory-based management consultancy Lindsay &Lang. 713
PEREZTHEVICTOR FEELS RIGHT AT HOME; Frenchman credits move to Scotland as catalyst for success after he holds his nerve to take Dunhill Links title at St Andrews. DANNY LAW 579
Pessimistic Scots buck British confidence trend; Survey: Most bosses north of the border expect Brexit to hamper activity. CONOR RIORDAN 285
Pipers provide finale to festival; EVENTS. CHERYL LIVINGSTONE 182
Plans for 312 homes to east of city; HOUSING. SUSY MACAULAY 201
PM accused of squeezing thigh of journalist during a meeting; SCANDAL. 258
PM interferes with devolution at peril; 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 177
Podcast launched in bid to attract more visitors; Tourism: VisitScotland production highlights north's leading attractions. KIERAN BEATTIE 359
Police crack down on anti-social motorists; Campaign: 50 drivers have been penalised with exhaust faults. CHRIS MACLENNAN 427
Police patrols in bid to improve safety; ROADS. 246
Protesters in fresh clashes with police; Hong Kong: Leader set to visit China. 304
PS3m boost to restoration of peat bogs from forests; ENVIRONMENT. 200
PS5m contract to develop isles air traffic control; Aviation: Inverness hub will cover seven airports. STAN ARNAUD 207
Ramsay aiming to seal his place in Dubai. 306
Ready, set and throw at stone skimming games; Historic event takes to the water as hundreds compete for title. CHRIS MACLENNAN 463
Remember women in Afghanistan; The Voice of the North. 281
Retail boss hopes City will buy his upbeat message; RESULTS. 276
Rooftop hive of activity a help for addicts; BEEKEEPING. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 235
Rower jives out of Strictly; ? Cracknell becomes first star to depart from show's dancefloor. LAURA HARDING 407
Scottish Tories getting behind no-deal; ? Party drops its opposition to move and stands 'four square' with Johnson. DANIEL 0'DONOGHUE WESTMINSTER REPORTER 485
Second secures women's title for Stephen. 244
Shopping app plans to expand its reach; ONLINE. HOLLY WILLIAMS 164
Slick Wick team sizzles in the sunshine at Fort William. 390
Solar energy treats water; RENEWABLES. 134
Specialised chair to change Sophia's life; Health: Crowdfunding appeal for 10-year-old with rare condition. MICHELLE HENDERSON 428
Steady Clach ease way into second round. 274
Steelman shows his mettle with winner after shocking miss. 310
Stingy Saints lauded by boss. 177
STOPPER'S CRUCIAL COMEBACK; Laidlaw bounces back from Buddies howler with dominant display against Killie. JAMIE DURENT AT RUGBY PARK 774
Struggling Gordonians rooted to bottom place. 419
Talk reveals secrets of Blue Planet 2; NATURE. RITA CAMPBELL 155
THE COMEBACK QUEENS; Division One North title all but secured as Dons get the point they need in city derby thriller. PAUL THIRD 492
Thistle boss urges humility. 198
Thistle's extraordinary emergence of unheralded players Gardiner taking on the chief Cameron during the 2016-OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS; COMMENT. JAMIE DURENT 573
Time to ban smoking and vaping outside. 120
Trump development designs made public; Planning: Impressions of community scheme at Menie Estate. KIERAN BEATTIE 431
tv highlights. 333
UK' s favourite hymn named as Jerusalem. 148
Vettel denies he rebuffed team orders. 393
Victim support charity looking to hire; RECRUITMENT. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 221
Warm welcome can help festival to grow; HOSPITALITY. 274
Warning not to help put Corbyn in No 10; SPEECH. 264
Weather washes away football fixtures. 356
Who said it. 228

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