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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (August 12, 2020)

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'Anchor' tech for salmon farmers; ENERGY. KEITH FINDLAY 226
'Lower leagues restart could be in jeopardy' GOVERNANCE. CALLUM LAW 550
1,900gn gimmer tops Zwartbles annual auction; Sale: Sheep dispersal achieves 1,800gn twice. GEMMA MACKENZIE 280
170-year-old bridge puts brakes on flyover plans at A90 junction; TRANSPORT. GRAHAM BROWN 292
78-year-old woman charged with taking items from cemetery; Police: Mementoes taken from graves over the last four years. DAVID MACKAY 281
Aberdeen one of top spots for new claims; Benefits: Statistics 'do not reflect the full impact of pandemic'. KEITH FINDLAY 405
Adventurer throws his weight behind green games; EVENT. CHRIS MACLENNAN 345
All pupils have to be encouraged; 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 292
Almost 500 secondary pupils back in classes for first time in months; SHETLAND. 414
Audi reveals new S3 with 306bhp. 250
Budget gap due et to pandemic estimated at PS28.5m; COUNCIL. 504
Buoyant lamb trade sees prices soar this season; Mart: Ewes topped the sale at PS210 as buyers bid from outside via tic-tac. NANCY NICOLSON 441
Cash targets better care; Health: Charities fund PS112k radiotherapy equipment to benefit patients. DANIEL BOAL 375
Charity is first for bike repair scheme; CYCLING. 152
China postal seeds warning; UNION. GEMMA MACKENZIE 160
City's Covid-vid-19 outbreak 'slowing' ? FM says vigilance vital, as public health expert suggests all Aberdeen pubs 'likely' to be affected. DEREK HEALEY AND HAMISH PENMAN 823
Collaborative approach key to navigating downturn, says Pearson; INDUSTRY. 301
Complacency will send us backwards; The Voice of the North. 374
Controversial plan gets green light from officials; Development: Concerns raised over full schools, traffic and flooding risk. ALISTAIR MUNRO 414
Countless measures put in place in Moray as pupils return after break; SAFETY. 357
Designer supported by funding scheme; TEXTILES. KEITH FINDLAY 213
Doidge does the business; Striker nets decisive goal at Tannadice to keep Hibees flawless. 448
Doidge does the business; Tannadice: Ross urges top-of-table Hibs to build on best start since the 70s. 491
Farmer accused of putting shards in food jars; COURT. TESS DE LA MARE 251
Festival's event at castle sure to make a noise; ARTS. DAVID MACKAY 187
Football is on its final warning; Sturgeon: Last chance for game. JAMIE DURENT 357
Football's final warning; Covid-19: Scottish game back in dock after Bolingoli's rules breach. JAMIE DURENT 484
Frustrated creel fishers take their fight to court; Consultation: SCFF 'left with no other option' after zones proposal rejected. KEITH FINDLAY 255
Gers could open up five-point gap over Celtic; IBROX. 257
Golf club owner reaches out to young ball thieves; Sport: Boys carrying out theft at centre's driving range captured on CCTV. REBEKAH MCVEY 402
Government and SQA were well wide of the mark with their pandemic-era exams. Iain Maciver 907
GTS Coupe super-sporty SUV; Some say that the world could really do without the rather heavy, relatively thirsty and undeniably over-the-top Cayenne GTS Coupe from Porsche. However, Your Car begs to differ. 881
Health chiefs in warning arning if PS11.4m Covid costs are not repaid; HEALTH. 568
Heritage charity in plea for walkers to stride out; National Trust for Scotland in bid to make up for lost earnings. CALUM PETRIE 386
Home locked down after employee tests positive; CARE. 267
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook 728
Hotels to host NHS workers for free weekend; HOSPITALITY. JOHN ROSS 226
Hub brings electric A9 dream to life; Roads: First charging station opened. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 351
Inspectors find jail staff ignoring guidelines; PRISON. 151
Jack's riding a wave on charity kayak trip; FUNDRAISING. 238
Lennon: I'm livid with Bolingoli; CELTIC. 250
LGBT+ charity makes plans as it secures new home; THIRD SECTOR. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 342
Livestock. 513
Long-awaited homes plan finally up for submission; Housing: Hopes that mainly rented properties can help reduce waiting lists. DAVID MACKAY 418
Loss-making Petrofac planning to bounce back in 2021. ALLISTER THOMAS 242
Man who coughed on officers to be assessed by psychiatrist; COURT. 340
MARKETS Stellar sessions across Europe. 212
Matthew's feeling at home as players from around globe prepare for action; WOMEN'S OPEN. 534
Memories bound to linger on over exams volte-face; ANALYSIS. TOM PETERKIN POLITICAL EDITOR 313
Mental health charity expands services; WELLBEING. 259
Mild-hybrid power for Stonic. 248
Mini prioritises performance as it takes on German rivals; Alan Douglas takes the Mini Clubman John Cooper Works for a spin. Alan Douglas t 815
Moray B&B scoops tourism award; RECOGNITION. 169
Mr Bean star is among those against hate bill; PROTEST. 221
New island-based research aims to bring in students; University: Plan designed to tackle depopulation. JOHN ROSS 333
No doubt Scottish football is in last-chance saloon; COMMENT. PAUL THIRD 432
North teen shot dead in US; Tragedy: Tributes paid to Inverness-born victim of American gun crime. ALISTAIR MUNRO 413
On this day. 275
Owners warned over toxic algae; PETS. ALISTAIR MUNRO 243
Petrofac boss confident of 'bounce-back' in 2021; ? Oil services group hit by Covid-19 shock - but sees growth areas. ALLISTER THOMAS 346
Players have to get in line with the rules; ?But we must also remember they are humans who make mistakes. JAMIE DURENT COMMENT 796
Plea for UK Government to extend its eating out scheme; HOSPITALITY. CALUM PETRIE 364
Police shelve famed murder inquiry; INVESTIGATION. MARGARET DAVIS 238
Projects aim to help government reach its 2023 green target; Sustainability: Programmes praised for 'ambition' and 'growth'. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 398
PS280k project to make cycling better; CYCLING. SEAN MCANGUS 237
Recalling pitch battle to ensure Clach played on; ? Supporters look back at great escape for club three decades after court nearly closed it down. JOHN ROSS 485
Remember the forgotten victims of Covid. James Millar 899
Residents pull together to save 'deteriorating' bridge; Infrastructure: Community clears up soil and vegetation to aid drainage. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 343
RNLI charity cyclists do very wellies; VOLUNTEERS. KATHRYN WYLIE 220
Ross urges Hibs to build on best start since 70s; REACTION. 297
Salmond complaints handling committee 'frustrated' by lack of government evidence; HOLYROOD. NEIL POORAN 488
School's pupils are told to stay home amid fears; ? Aberdeenshire youngsters to self-isolate as classroom return plans are put into action. KIERAN BEATTIE 706
Scots who left their mark on golf landscape; Neil Drysdale explores the Caledonian footprint on some of the world's most renowned courses COMMENT. Neil Drysdale 663
shop. 587
Show of support for paper raided by police; HONG KONG. ZEN SOO 255
Skipper event to be 'rolled forward' COVID-19. KEITH FINDLAY 247
SNP has clearly failed its education exam; 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 237
Staggies being sensible; County captain Vigurs insists players know their responsibility. ANDY SKINNER 439
Stellar sessions across Europe; MARKETS. 212
Stilton stifling UK-Japan trade agreement; NEGOTIATION. 159
Sturgeon denied a seat at geon PM' s table; ? Proposal would have seen devolved leaders shape policy at UK meetings. DAN O'DONOGHUE 530
Sturgeon warns football may be given 'red card' if players keep flouting virus rules; SPORT. DEREK HEALEY 353
Surgeon transformed 'boy David'. 349
Suzuki Ignis gets an upgrade. 187
Swinney clings on after U-turn over exam grades row; Scrapping downgrades averts vote of no confidence. ADELE MERSON 187
Swinney confirms results reinstated; ? Return to original teacher estimates as thousands of pupils see SQA grade moderation overturned. ADELE MERSON 998
Top table seat in game op for Gilbert; ? Businessman becomes non-executive director on board of European Tour. STEVE SCOTT 580
tv highlights. 340
Views sought on plans for Vinery; CONSULTATION. KATHRYN WYLIE 248
Walkers' shelter wins the council's approval; OUTDOORS. REBEKAH MCVEY 214
Week of grief to remember Beirut deaths; Lebanon: Talks on new government. ZEINA KARAM 281
Well boss aiming to enter transfer market; FIR PARK. 254
Who said it. 236
Wilson backed to inherit Trump's crown. 295
Wolves pay penalty in last-eight; EUROPA LEAGUE. 195

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