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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (August 18, 2020)

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'Bags for life' may be on the way out at stores; CONSUMER. HENRY SAKER-CLARK 259
'Most important poll in history' ? FM says next year's Holyrood vote is pivotal and gives a referendum pledge. KATRINE BUSSEY 404
A top classical guitarist who made lute popular. Obituary 226
A-level grades boost after huge government U-turn; Joy for pupils as regulator admits to going down 'wrong road'. DAVID HUGHES 526
Alcoholic stalked couple at former home of Crowley; Court: Addict fascinated by notorious occultist. 362
Anger as telephone box by defibrillator could be axed; Community: Politicians and residents speak out against removal of lifeline. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 554
Bid to transform town hall; Community: Campaigners hope to give Victorian building new lease of life. DAVID MACKAY 465
Caledonia man on board of SRU; Rugby union: 'Icing on cake' for Richmond. JACK NIXON 333
Call for views on financial impact of Covid; HOLYROOD. NEIL POORAN 206
Campaign launched to keep rural arts alive; FUNDRAISER. DAVID MCPHEE 202
Casualty airlifted from beach to hospital; RESCUE. KATHRYN WYLIE 232
City planners accused of ignoring traders' gripes; ? Critics claim 'box-ticking exercise' over controversial bus gate. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 525
Conservation project will harness a love of the land; Environment: Volunteers can reconnect with a 'rich wild plant heritage'. EMILY BEAMENT 411
Council faces anger over role with six-figure wage; Recruitment: Depute chief as well as health and social care officer sought. ALISTAIR MUNRO 496
Council taking dim view of man's garage; PLANNING. ALISTAIR MUNRO 236
Counting the cost of fake love online; ? In the second part of our series looking at fraud in the region, Dale Haslam talks to one man who lost thousands in scam. 1137
Cove to make TV debut in match with Hibs; BETFRED CUP. 295
Covid-19 has shown how science can help create high-value jobs; OPINION. 194
Criminals preying on insecurities, says Aberdeen detective; ADVICE. 416
Crossing switched on after standstill; ROADS. MICHELLE HENDERSON 156
Customs chief is arrested over port disaster; LEBANON. 246
Derailment probe continues as one casualty remains in hospital; INVESTIGATION. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 359
Doctor' s example one not to emulate; 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 199
Dog wash promises good clean fun for mucky pups. ANIMALS BY KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 236
Dons need new blood up top. Duncan Shearer 502
Dons seal McCrorie deal; AFC: Ross joins on initial loan with permanent contract agreed through 2024. PAUL THIRD 311
Drowned swimmer identified by police; Tragedy: Holidaymaker who died in loch came from Ayrshire. MICHELLE HENDERSON 415
Easing of Covid-19 rules for dental practices; HEALTH. 209
England duo call for change; Cricket: Root and Crawley want new rules in place to combat bad light. RORY DOLLARD 651
Extra flights boost for airport; AVIATION. KEITH FINDLAY 241
Family told as body found in search for woman; MISSING PERSON. JOHN ROSS 233
Fire service seeks better access to pedestrianised area; STREETS. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 276
Five take to loch in boost for good causes; FUNDRAISING. MICHELLE HENDERSON 250
FM says it may be a 'bit premature' for lifting of restrictions; LOCKDOWN. 542
Former world leaders' plea to aid children; EDUCATION. LEWIS MCKENZIE 197
Funding unlocked after rail crash; ? Finance secretary activated Bellwin scheme to help councils pay extra costs. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 649
Good time to sort the bulbs. Jim McColl Gardening Notes 906
Grand former manse that's steeped in its own history. 379
Greening rules will stay in place north of border; Environment: Union concerned by 'diverging approaches' in regulations. GEMMA MACKENZIE 303
Here's hoping nature works her wonders; Comment: Oversupply of barley remains a threat NFU Scotland Highland region chairman Cameron MacIver writes about the ongoing impact of Covid-19 on the farming sector. 523
Highland voices echoing through the Andes. David Ross 875
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook 767
Hostile response to proposals for reintroduction of Lynx. NANCY NICOLSON 230
Hydro power station to get PS1 million upgrade; Energy: Cruachan plant set to benefit from more modern control system. KEITH FINDLAY 478
In search of life sciences businesses of tomorrow; New programme is aiming to diversify the north-east economy. KEITH FINDLAY 307
Internal market 'is threat to sector' BREXIT. GEMMA MACKENZIE 172
Irvine tells of delight after Reid's bright start; ? Ex- Staggie says teen shows value of homegrown talent. JAMIE DURENT 391
It's good to be back; ICT: Devine's delight as he seals return to Inverness. ANDY SKINNER 441
Kirking of the Council is called off; ? Ancient ceremony cancelled for first time in four centuries. JOHN ROSS 298
Lack of game-time for squad causes Kettlewell concern; MANAGER. ANDY SKINNER 299
Learning curve for parents amid fresh schools Covid alert; Warning as children return to class after visiting high-risk countries. DEREK HEALEY 195
Lennon urges focus despite Bolingoli fine; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE. 380
Lewis is looking forward to return of games; PITTODRIE. 252
Locals rallied round to aid emergency workers; COMMUNITY. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 268
London market closes in black; STOCKS. 213
Meeting is chance to break sub-four minutes; STIRLING. 274
More heavy rain risks disrupting repair work at landslip-hit road; TRANSPORT. MICHELLE HENDERSON 354
Move over chlorinated chicken, there's a new flock on the block - printed poultry. Helen Brown 898
National museum to reopen after lockdown; ATTRACTIONS. DOUGLAS BARRIE 202
New best is only the beginning; ? Harrier reckons times will fall with more events. FRASER CLYNE 493
North-east family star in TV series on farming life; Entertainment: Farm features diverse mix of animals including ostriches. KATHRYN WYLIE 389
Northern Ireland suffers increase in cases; COVID-19. DAVID YOUNG 237
NSI talisman by booking a looks to make history trip to the Granite City; Olsen has harboured ambitions of playing in Aberdeen again since football festival back in 2005. JAMIE DURENT 820
On this day. 187
Pedestrian dies following collision with car on A96; Fatality: Route blocked for nearly 12 hours as investigation carried out. DAVID MACKAY 376
Pelosi recalls politicians to safeguard postal votes; UNITED STATES. 306
Pensioners recovering after A9 crash; APPEAL. ALISTAIR MUNRO 209
Piper's 'buried stress' of her rise to fame; CELEBRITY. TOM HORTON 220
PM still upbeat on trade deal with the EU; BREXIT. SOPHIE MORRIS 259
Police called to 'support closure' of poultry plant after more cases; OUTBREAK. 231
Prestwick Airport back in black after PS1m losses; AVIATION. LUCINDA CAMERON 239
Prost backs Hamilton to usurp Schumacher; FORMULA ONE. 354
Public's chance to view plan for town regeneration; COMMUNITY. 238
Pupils get chance to grill leading energy experts; COMPETITION. HAMISH PENMAN 255
Quarantine-flouting fears o-over returning pupils; ? Warning sent to education bosses on children just back from holiday abroad. DEREK HEALEY 656
Roof sliced off as double-decker hits bridge; ACCIDENT. 197
School meals in Eat Out to Help Out scheme; ECONOMY. 154
Search of sites at hospital over 1976 disappearance; MISSING PERSON. LUCINDA CAMERON 306
Simples solution to competition excess; 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 201
Step up to 5,000m could boost Games selection hopes; BIRMINGHAM. 304
Students reveal designs for homes residents can build; ? 'Flat-pack' affordable houses could be glimpse into the future. CALUM PETRIE 483
Stylish home with superb views; Family home in Oban proves popular with buyers looking to relocate, writes Susan Welsh. Susan Welsh 680
Subs rule seems excessive. 249
Swinney defending refusal to hand over documents; ? Inquiry into the handling of Salmond harassment claims. TOM PETERKIN POLITICAL EDITOR 422
Swinney should be commended; 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 197
The Rocket still blazing his own trail in sports history; O'Sullivan the enigma continuing to defy odds with sixth title. NEIL DRYSDALE 636
Theatre group cancels 70th anniversary show; Organisers say distancing rules make rehearsing impossible. DAVID MACKAY 421
Time to catch cub Hamish before he heads south; ANIMALS. 254
Tourism concerns prompt anti-litter efforts; COUNCIL. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 250
Truss vows to consign US tariffs on Scotch whisky to 'bin of history' DISPUTE. DAN O'DONOGHUE 281
Warning of risk to 70% of community leisure bases; Trade body seeks Scottish Government help to survive crisis. KAITLIN EASTON 520
We can't let all the work go to waste; The Voice of the North. 233
Who said it. 232
Workers heckle president; Belarus: Leader urged to step down after 26 years. YURAS KARMANAU 436
World's number two will not play US Open; TENNIS. 266

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