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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (August 11, 2020)

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'Fight of a lifetime' as Traynor gets last-minute crack at ring legend; BOXING. 301
'Greater stand' for region call after switch; POLITICS. JAMES WYLLIE 238
'Sorry' Sturgeon promises pupils will not lose out; Swinney's future on the line as he unveils fix for exam grades fiasco. 206
'Victims of fraud facing refund lottery' BANKING. VICKY SHAW 247
Age no barrier for Mckay; RCFC: Kettlewell confident striker will thrive well into his 30s. ANDY SKINNER 507
Annual panto on hold due to virus concerns; THEATRE. JAMES WYLLIE 213
Avoid drowning your plants. Jim McColl Gardening Notes 950
Beachgoers praised after rescue of stranded seal pup; WILDLIFE. JAMES WYLLIE 264
Beautiful bolthole at Bieldside; Escape to the beautiful Murdan at Bieldside, with red squirrels for neighbours. 771
Bigger vehicles can visit recycling centre; WASTE. KAITLIN EASTON 235
Boost for research projects across Britain; FUNDING. LEWIS MCKENZIE 208
Brand new dream home. 371
Brora in at the deep end; Cattachs facing Hibs but with no certain Highland activity. JAMIE DURENT 487
Bus and coach journeys on rise in north; TRANSPORT. MICHELLE HENDERSON 244
Cabinet resigns over explosion in Beirut, says health minister; LEBANON. 216
Call for Outer Hebrides people to get legal status; APPEAL. 266
Car show called off after rise in virus cases; EVENTS. DAVID MACKAY 253
Charities in drive for end to Scottish homelessness; Joint appeal for government to extend emergency legislation. KAITLIN EASTON 485
Club to showcase work with first online display; ART. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 231
Coach firm owner speaks of woes as work dries up; ? Appeal to Holyrood for help to set up discounted ticket scheme. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 475
Collision victim 'lived life to the full', say his family; Death: Emotional statement after cyclist Rikki Gault, 30, dies of his injuries. BEN HENDRY 305
Crisis puts paid to Scouts group's church hall plan; ? Youngsters' activities aimed at raising PS50,000 were cancelled. REBEKAH MCVEY 417
Demand for hardy cereal plummeted in June. GEMMA MACKENZIE 235
Detectorist to woman's rescue; Hunt: Distressed Christine feared she would never be reunited with rings lost on beach. REBEKAH MCVEY 514
Diageo cheered by sustainability performance; ENVIRONMENT. REBECCA BUCHAN 405
Disqualified driver's two-year ban; COURT. 151
Dons facing remake of 90s action thriller; ? Young recalls his maiden goal against Welsh outfit the Dons may face off with again. PAUL THIRD 775
Dons facing remake of 90s action thriller; ? Young recalls his maiden goal against Welsh outfit the Reds may take on once more. PAUL THIRD 775
Drive-in cinema run closes with Braveheart; LEISURE. CHRIS MACLENNAN 190
Everything's ship-shape at sea school; Leisure: Refurbishment under way. SEAN MCANGUS 459
Fake designer goods seized; Knock-off face coverings confiscated. DAVID WALKER 265
Farm shop put on the market; Sale: Popular business on offer for nearly PS1m. GEMMA MACKENZIE 288
Film star fronting drive for 'responsible' tourism; CAMPAIGN. ALISTAIR MUNRO 275
FM says another week of lockdown is a possibility; 'No need' for extension of measures from Granite City to take in Aberdeenshire. ADELE MERSON 796
Gentle giant Kamala loses battle. 361
GOLF RETURNS. 739
Grades moderation 'disgraceful', says Scottish secretary; CRITICISM. 384
Green activists seen in North Sea; ENVIRONMENT. HAMISH PENMAN 253
Group's fridge project is hailed by MSPs; COMMUNITY. MICHELLE HENDERSON 244
Hartley relishing prospect of a TV show; COVE. 265
Health and safety can't be compromised; The Voice of the North. 249
Heart set on making waves at Olympics all over again; Amid all the uncertainty, Highlander is holding on to his dreams. JAMIE DURENT 826
Hectic period for lifeboat with nine people rescued; Maritime: Yacht at risk of capsizing among incidents Oban crew attended. MICHELLE HENDERSON 521
Hibees aiming to put a sting in Arabs tale; PREMIERSHIP. 343
Historic body reopening landmark sites; ATTRACTIONS. Landmark overview 171
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook 781
HSE probes 55-tonne gas leak from North Sea site; Union regional officer says he 'can't believe' incident happened. ALLISTER THOMAS 475
Hundreds visit as city museum opens again; CULTURE. MICHELLE HENDERSON 200
I'd print a new old dishwasher before letting house become worst exotic Marigolds hotel. Helen Brown 875
Johnson under fire over comments on migrants; Politics: Campaigners criticise PM after latest group arrives in England. FLORA THOMPSON 550
Livestock. 336
Locals chip in to repair vandalism; Community: Contributions flood in. CALUM PETRIE 423
Look at the facts before judging; 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 254
Major challenge holds no fear for Collin; GOLF. 321
McInnes wish granted; AFC: Home comforts in store for Dons in first Europa qualifier. PAUL THIRD 417
Missing man found dead following storm; GREECE. 177
Modest gains for FTSE and sterling; MARKETS. 286
More home comfort for Lennon; UCL QUALIFIERS. 253
More than 100 arrests after night of disorder; Chicago: At least 13 police officers injured as city hit by unrest. DON BABWIN 395
Nation's weekly death count to be axed; BRIEFING. DANIEL O'DONOGHUE 239
New Gaelic guide to Bible; Church launches booklet to help people follow sermons. JAMES WYLLIE 350
New protocol for testing of red diesel; SAFETY. 259
No euphoria without music and the hills. Ben Dolphin 875
North-east children's charity to benefit from royal's new initiative; THIRD SECTOR. REBEKAH MCVEY 280
Nuclear catastrophe could happen here; 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 178
On this day. 222
Opedal set to take over at Equinor; Energy: Eldar Saetre to retire as CEO after 40 years at Norwegian business. ALLISTER THOMAS 306
Parents' possible lifeline over school trip refunds; Council to look at ways it can repay families left out of pocket. SUSY MACAULAY 566
Petition calling for puppy sale ban hits 100,000; ANIMALS. CALUM PETRIE 287
Players have suffered enough. Duncan Shearer 497
PM hails Union ahead of a staycation; POLITICS. DAN O'DONOGHUE WESTMINSTER REPORTER 490
Post office services return after a 10-year absence; COMMUNITY. SEAN MCANGUS 256
President warns vote protesters; BELARUS. YURAS KARMANAU 206
PS4.3 million in harbour contracts handed out; Work: North-east firms land major roles in massive expansion project. REBECCA BUCHAN 376
Pupils across north-east in line for Eat Out to Help Out discount; SCHOOLS. DAVID MACKAY 319
Pupils praise skating coach; Teacher's online classes have inspired her students throughout lockdown. JAMES WYLLIE 375
Reabold Resources abandons takeover bid of Deltic Energy; COMPANIES. ALLISTER THOMAS 281
Samaritans launch campaign as survey shows impact of Covid-19; WELLBEING. LUCINDA CAMERON 345
School trips row: PS290k refund on cards for parents; Council looks to dip into hardship fund to compensate families. SUSY MACAULAY 219
Season of films called off at north village; COMMUNITY. SEAN MCANGUS 205
Serious injuries suffered by biker in crash; EMERGENCY. CHRIS MACLENNAN 224
Sevilla will not find Wolves in sheep clothing; EUROPA LEAGUE. 437
Shooting season will bring boost; ? Businesses to cash in with arrival of the Glorious Twelfth. JOHN ROSS 414
Shortcomings in education remain; 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 174
Simpson facing a dilemma; Athletics: North runner unlikely to take spot in elite London Marathon. FRASER CLYNE 455
SPORT ON TELEVISION. 226
Spring barley producers facing storage headache; Crops: Around 800 growers may need to store one-fifth of their harvest. NANCY NICOLSON 246
Staggering start for County. 224
Sturgeon 'sorry' over exam results fiasco; ? First minister set to ensure pupils get marks they deserve. CONOR RIORDAN AND CRAIG PATON 878
Tangerine draw so colourful for Blue Toon boss; PETERHEAD. 284
Threat of losing home greatest for migrants; ROUTE MAP. KAITLIN EASTON 238
Thunderstorms warning issued; Weather: Met Office fears floods and power cuts. DANIEL BOAL 435
Tourism minister toasts distillery's big reopening; Safety measures in place across Diageo's whisky brand homes. ALISTAIR MUNRO 405
Travel company to restart flights to Cyprus; AVIATION. 222
UK parliament urged to embrace remote voting; MSP calls on Westminster to follow Holyrood's lead on issue. DANIEL O'DONOGHUE 381
United edge into Europa semi-finals; MANCHESTERUTD 1 FC COPENHAGEN 0 AFTER EXTRA TIME. 435
Walters glad of united racism fight; BLM DRIVE. 193
White House lockdown after 'shooting' USA. 171
Who said it. 235
Wilson hopes for chance to go for personal best in Wrexham; DISTANCE RUNNING. 242

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