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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (August 14, 2020)

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'Hearts of a nation' are with bereaved, says FM; PEOPLE. KATHRYN WYLIE 317
'Ugliest pigs on earth' ready for their close-up at zoo; NATURE. MEGAN BAYNES 252
'Wonderful' member of iconic Ryder Cup side. 232
Aberdeen Football Club shop and offices closed after water damage; PITTODRIE. KAITLIN EASTON 280
Appeal to find owners of two lost dogs; PETS. 276
Best year yet for UK-grown crop of watermelons; Retail: Warm spring helped produce larger fruit. SAM RUSSELL 276
Blow for whisky industry as US refuses to lift tariffs; Exports: Calls for UK Government to take action in tit-for-tat subsidies row. DANIEL O'DONOGHUE 428
Boardwalk may face closure over fears of collapse; OUTDOORS. MICHELLE HENDERSON 309
Budget cuts may impact flooding recovery; COUNCIL. DAVID MCPHEE 215
Building success as Chap hails contract wins; CONSTRUCTION. KEITH FINDLAY 402
Bulb pays PS1.76m to redress customer 'failures' ENERGY. HOLLY WILLIAMS 232
Bullying claims raised in Alex Salmond's office; Document: Civil servants spoke of 'culture of fear'. TOM PETERKIN 383
Buyout plan in highest village backed; LAND. LAURA PATERSON 245
Call for residents' input on future of three harbours; CONSULTATION. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 220
Careless driver badly hurt in crash which she caused; Court: Sheriff admonishes woman whose daughter was also seriously injured. DAVID MACKAY 404
Cattachs still keen on Kelly; Highland League: Brora closing in on deal for ex-Staggies youth. JAMIE DURENT 470
Celtic get their man as Ajeti joins from West Ham; TRANSFERS. 230
City's castle transformed in proposals; Heritage: Regional tourism 'gateway'. GREGOR AIKEN 356
Corporate strategy bid for PS15bn property portfolio; Council: Backing for more hands-on approach to management of assets. SUSY MACAULAY 436
Creel fishers can set out case; MARINE. KEITH FINDLAY 230
Disaster hero's mile dash to raise alarm. 190
Djokovic confirms he will play the US Open; TENNIS. 180
Dollar to pay dividends; RACING TIPS. 200
Dons face midweek mayhem if Europa dream comes true; Reaching group stages will have 'major domestic repercussions'. PAUL THIRD 489
Dortmund delighted United target Sancho 'is staying' EUROPE. 236
Dryburgh clears mist; Ladies Scottish Open: Gemma just two off pace after delay. STEVE SCOTT 529
Embattled education secretary survives vote of no confidence; POLITICS. TOM EDEN 270
England in driving seat; TEST CRICKET. 161
Expert claims PS9.6m project will not fix bottleneck; ROADS. 281
Firefighters to be offered mental health support; TRAUMA. KATHRYN WYLIE 268
Fleeting glimpse of a low carbon future. Dr Miles Mack 875
FM: House parties could ties pose 'considerable risk' ? Warnings issued as R rate may have topped one. NEIL POORAN 525
FM: House parties could ties pose 'considerable risk' Warnings issued as R rate may have topped one. NEIL POORAN 525
Four deny puppy farm claims; COURT. DAVID MACKAY 236
France joins quarantine list; TRAVEL. 202
Fundraiser for families tops PS4k; COMMUNITY. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 348
GOLF RETURNS. 877
Health chief issues pledge to all affected; WELLBEING. DAVID MCPHEE 426
Horne eager to get started; LOCAL CRICKET. 156
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook 743
island." flare-up caused b -by fishing vessel; Five people linked to boat have tested positive. ALISTAIR MUNRO 587
Jim's off the ball with aid plea; 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 262
Job fears in 'reckoning' after finish of furlough; Employment: Warning from SCC. KEITH FINDLAY 431
Lack of urgency sparks retreat; MARKETS. 229
Landslip risks in 2016 report; Assessment highlighted potential hotspots to Network Rail management. DAVID MCPHEE AND KIERAN BEATTIE 583
Law full circle in Tokyo bid; Discus: Kirsty adjusts to better throws and keeps Olympic dream alive. FRASER CLYNE 450
Levy first player on Tour to test positive; CORONAVIRUS. 209
LiveScot group's vow to meat again in November; Livestock: Scottish National Fat Stock Club set date for annual Lanark show. GEMMA MACKENZIE 333
Lockdown rules breached; COURT. 191
McGinn's the solution; McDougall: Moving Niall central can ease pain of striker crisis. PAUL THIRD 491
More not keen on localised interim leagues; SHINTY. 239
Museum postpones plan to reopen after floods hit; ? Quick action saved Gordon Highlanders attraction's artefacts. NEIL DRYSDALE 359
Network to be assessed for areas at risk of flood; Probes into cause of crash and avoiding repeat. KIERAN BEATTIE 621
New gates protect beach; COMMUNITY. SUSY MACAULAY 177
No roll of the Allardice; ICT: New Caley Jag says he's fully prepared for life back in Scotland. ANDY SKINNER 484
No room for complacency on rail safety; The Voice of the North. 248
O'Sullivan struggles as Selby edges two in front; SNOOKER. 374
Olympic great stays positive despite uncharted territory; UK Sport chief says athletes can turn delay to their advantage. NEIL DRYSDALE 785
On this day. 257
Online calves event at Stirling; MARTS. GEMMA MACKENZIE 158
Parents 'in limbo' until reopening date for Covid-hit school is decided; EDUCATION. REBEKAH MCVEY 437
Plan to cap classes at primary school; EDUCATION. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 253
Players in firing line with new Covid-19 sanctions; GOVERNANCE. 247
Rail employee who fought free to raise alarm praised; ? Emergency services commended by UK and Scottish Government ministers. KIERAN BEATTIE AND KATHRYN WYLIE 794
RB Leipzig reach first Champions League semi-final. 225
Return of fans 'not totally set back' by breaches; GOVERNANCE. 251
Road regularly hit by landslides a warning for rest of UK; TRANSPORT. 300
Rogue states make this a necessary evil; 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 182
Staggies home comforts; Draper determined to ensure Victoria Park remains a fortress. ANDY SKINNER 585
Strachan shakes the lead out with fine run in Lancashire; PODIUM 5KM. 241
Time to turn the tide on climate change as poorest nations paying highest price. Catherine Deveney 899
Train derailment: What we know about it so far. 380
Tributes to three crash victims; Grieving families and friends remember driver, conductor and passenger who perished. JAMES WYLLIE, KIRSTEN ROBERTSON, KAITLIN EASTON AND DAVID MACKAY 988
U-turn over roundabout's 'danger to cyclists' foliage; Roads: Authority vows further site inspection of overgrown shrubbery. DAVID MCPHEE 270
Using hypnosis to help parents cope; New online course from former oil and gas geophysicist Jade Gordon aims to cut stress through hypnoparenting. 480
Veteran of nuclear bomb tests calls for recognition; Campaign: Dangers faced by servicemen in Pacific should be acknowledged. KATHRYN WYLIE 563
Visitors trashing reserve; Concern among residents over littering and fires at beauty spot. SEAN MCANGUS 386
Who said it. 224

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