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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (August 10, 2020)

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'Incredible day' as frontline workers join NHS Pay Justice protest; HEALTHCARE. MICHELLE HENDERSON 341
'Involve pupils in decision-making' FUTURE. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 384
'We put game at risk' AFC: Hayes apologises to Scots clubs after breaching rules. DANNY LAW 432
A COLLECTIVE IGNORANCE; McInnes says Dons ready for double bill despite depletion. 565
Accies are still underdogs. 202
Actor was hailed a 'junior Brando'. Obituary 233
Anger mounts against ruling elite; AFTERMATH. SARAH EL DEEB 225
Ask for help and support t each other; ? NHS Grampian doctor's advice for coping with second lockdown. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 525
Bank on Ana in Chester feature; SELECTIONS. ASHLEY IVESON 260
BBC apologises over use of racist term in news report; MEDIA. 296
Biker seriously injured in A894 collision; EMERGENCY. BEN HENDRY 228
BP chief hints at a green future; FOSSIL FUELS. 225
Brokers 'unsung heroes' of finance; SMES. KEITH FINDLAY 247
Bronze Age treasure trove; History: Metal detectorist 'shaking with happiness' over rare find at Peebles. DOUGLAS BARRIE 378
BRORA UP FOR THE CUP; Highland League champions looking forward to competition and welcome financial boost. ANDY SKINNER 377
Business body sets out six-point 'action plan' SUPPORT. JAMES WYLLIE 317
Cards' protection is highlighted; CREDIT. KEITH FINDLAY 168
Concern at cost of loan choices; BORROWING. VICKY SHAW 232
Connery voted the best ever James Bond; FILM. TOM HORTON 177
Coronavirus screening app monitors workers; Health: Two firms combine expertise to help businesses protect workforce. REBECCA BUCHAN 470
Councillors in bid to 'take back control' of beer tents; RESTRICTIONS. JAMES WYLLIE 368
Cowell operated on after breaking back; SHOWBUSINESS ? X Factor supremo injured in fall from electric bike. CATHERINE WYLIE 231
Delight as boat trips relaunched; WILDLIFE. MICHELLE HENDERSON 425
Digging down into basics of effective mole channels. 519
Encouraging signs, but 'second wave' concerns; ECONOMY. DANIEL HARKINS 230
Europa League no-go for United defender. 232
Exercise is 'best' for home-working pain; HEALTH. JAMES WYLLIE 428
Families to spend more at Yuletide; TRENDS. 201
FANS RIGHT TO BE ANGRY AND PLAYERS MUST LEARN LESSON. JAMIE DURENT COMMENT 503
Farmers send in high number of tenancy queries; Legal: Increase reflects efforts to raise awareness Scotland's tenant farming commissioner, Bob McIntosh, writes about his work to improve relations with tenants and landlords. 448
Farmers urged to select marts over private sales; Livestock: Institute figure claims greater peace of mind at the ringside. GEMMA MACKENZIE 318
Forests and farms can amalgamate to work together; ECOSYSTEM Tom Pate has proved felling trees and selling them on before replanting in certain areas can be very successful and has detailed how he discovered having woodland can be worth considerably more than initially expected. DAVID LEE 612
Former Doctor poised to reprise the role; TELEVISION. TOM HORTON 227
Fraud victims. raud fight to get PS2m back; ? North-east investors demand help to recover legal costs after scammer jailed. JAMES WYLLIE 737
FRIENDLY RIVALRY; Wilson brands Trump 'all-time great' but won't relinquish match easily SNOOKER. MARK STANIFORTH 336
GAME OF FRUSTRATION; Lennon absolves Jullien of blame after defender's spot of bother in Rugby Park draw KILMARNOCK 1 CELTIC 1. 451
Game-on as local clubs welcome return; CRICKET. 241
Getting to root of 'green recovery'. twitter: @C-NancyNicolson Nancy Nicolson Farming Matters 290
Growth fund appeal to beat Covid chaos; ? North businesses bid for extra cash to bounce back from effects of pandemic. JOHN ROSS 629
HAMILTON'S DAY STOLEN TO THE MAX; Verstappen wins 70th Anniversary Grand Prix FORMULA ONE. PHILIP DUNCAN 392
Hibees hat-trick hero Nisbet sets sights on double-figures target. 440
Holidaymakers now packing more cash. VICKY SHAW 215
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook 737
House prices hit new heights; PROPERTY. VICKY SHAW 250
INCIDENT; Boy, 15, suffers facial injury in attack. JAMES WYLLIE 251
Increase in stress and loneliness in teenagers; RESEARCH. 238
Ineos bosses undeterred by huge slump in profits; ? North Sea oil and gas business pursuing growth opportunities. MARK LAMMEY 473
Islanders looking ahead to life after coronavirus; Farmers on Arran are determined to grasp a 'huge opportunity' to boost food system and feed the community during pandemic. RHIANNON BULL 519
It can be done: A more efficient mulcher that does everything; MACHINERY A brand new bespoke tractor-mounted device that can prepare rough land for sowing to a new grass ley is proving a hit. PETER HILL 679
Livestock. 329
Meet north-east woman who handed out PS3.2m oman; Helen Wray is playing a key role in helping Scottish charities with funding during the pandemic. Kirsten Robertson finds out more. 932
Mellon's faith in youth reaps reward; MOTHERWELL 0 DUNDEE UNITED 1. 237
More than 700 expected to self-isolate; ? Precautionary measures following spike in Aberdeen. JAMES WYLLIE 840
Morelos responds to 'private chat' in fine style; RANGERS 3 STMIRREN 0. 384
New financial mindset can bring long-term dividends; Don't think of yourself as an investor? If you've ever bought a home or have a workplace pension, think again, says Vicky Shaw. 430
New models combine impressive features; As harvesters up and down the country work in the fields, manufacturers have unveiled new offerings and technology for bringing in the 2021 crop. PETER HILL 653
New owners targeting global markets for MRDS; ACQUISITION. REBECCA BUCHAN 227
No changes to roads in spite of lockdown; ? Controversial temporary city centre physical distancing measures to remain. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 605
Nothing to fear in the coming week. JOHN MAXWELL 256
Old cinema demolished; Building: Wick picture house razed as Thurso venue adds more screens. MICHELLE HENDERSON 564
On this day. 225
Operator of caravan park could face council action; Legal: Local authority concerned over future of site after issues were raised. JAMES WYLLIE 377
Orwellian return of the Coneheads and the cautionary parable of Evel Knievel; Agenda. David Knight 909
Pair saved by grabbing on to anchor chains of oil rig; Marine: Swimmer and kayaker were in danger of being swept away by tides. JOHN ROSS 446
Plans lodged for a substation on agricultural land; ENERGY. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 238
Points to consider if faced with a departure from employment; Redundancy: Andrew Dines, chartered financial planner at AAB Wealth, highlights key issues. 474
Police and FM not helping situation; 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 245
POLICE Appeal as sheep killed in attack by dog. 231
Police appeal in wake of farm blazes; FIRES. REBEKAH MCVEY 235
Ponzi scheme scammer tried to shift the blame on to others; BACKGROUND. 261
Price increase for First Milk suppliers. GEMMA MACKENZIE 194
Project investigating use of silicate rock to be based in Perthshire. 325
PS10k cash boost for charity is uniformly welcomed; FUNDING. REBEKAH MCVEY 236
QC tells of horror of case of Alesha MacPhail; LAW. DOUGLAS BARRIE 210
Reds boss focused on who's available for Accies. 346
REMORSE WHICH FOLLOWS; Hayes says they just didn't know about rules. DANNY LAW 714
Repopulating rural areas; Islands: Projects help to attract new residents. JOHN ROSS 406
Root sees new era for game-changing Buttler; CRICKET. 423
Scotland can be showcase for sustainable farming; We need to view Covid-19 as a catalyst for evolution of the agricultural sector. PROFESSOR DEREK STEWART JAMES HUTTON INSTITUTE 480
Scotland must make most of its strengths in crisis recovery; Supporting natural economy should be a priority for farmers, businesses and organisations in a post-Covid-19 world. PROFESSOR WAYNE POWELL PRINCIPAL OF SCOTLAND'S RURAL COLLEGE 596
Scottish break ottish for PM would be welcomed; HOLIDAYS. TOM PETERKIN 442
Seaside town's 'much-needed' money lifeline; TOURISM. SEAN MCANGUS 188
Shop. 219
Sports Direct's online hopes; RESULTS. 256
SPORTS QUIZ. 161
Staggies all fired up; RCFC: Mckay delighted County are already silencing doubters. DANNY LAW 522
STAGGIES ARE STILL FLAWLESS; Ross County's second win of new campaign sets foundation for promising season. ANDY SKINNER AT NEW DOUGLAS PARK 720
SUCCESS FOR SULLIVAN; Emotional day for Englishman after he wins first European Tour title in almost five years GOLF. 432
Support group's spirited efforts marked; AWARD. REBEKAH MCVEY 206
Swinney bows to anger over exam downgrade chaos; Climbdown as education secretary faces vote of no confidence. TOM PETERKIN 211
Swinney's U-turn over exams fiasco; CORONAVIRUS ? Education secretary pledges he will 'fix it' amid d calls for his resignation and vote of no confidence. TOM PETERKIN POLITICAL EDITOR 1094
Teacher's album in Doric after video proves big hit; Bid to get funding to play part in helping keep the dialect alive. REBEKAH MCVEY 377
The nursery owner achieving success out of what she enjoys; Each week, we ask small businesses some key questions. Here we speak to Carol MacRae, who owns and runs Ankerville Nurseries in Alness, Ross-shire. 736
Time of opportunity and big challenges; PROCESSORS: Growth potential for Scottish meat, but Covid costs are high. NANCY NICOLSON FARMING EDITOR 491
Total delays final investment decision on Glendronach discovery; GAS. 283
Tourism can have a negative impact; 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 249
Two beluga whales move step closer to open water; SANCTUARY. 289
UK giving further PS20m as protesters out in force; LEBANON ? Johnson passes on Queen's condolences, promising more aid. CAITLIN DOHERTY 455
Victims must not end up out of pocket; The Voice of the North. 261
Warm tributes paid to canine crime-fighter Patch; POLICE. JAMES WYLLIE 245
We have to look after elderly during crisis. Very Rev Susan Brown 849
Website will help in fight against delivery charges; Government: Pricing map to help rural residents find best courier deals. JOHN ROSS 473
Who said it. 247
Williams still intends to play at the US Open; TENNIS. 445
Willian bows out after seven years at Stamford Bridge. 291
Words of the eight who are in a sorry state. 267

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