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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (August 19, 2020)

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'Paton is no diver' RCFC: Kettlewell comes to County midfielder's defence. ANDY SKINNER 383
A better July but it's hard going; RETAIL. KEITH FINDLAY 250
An SUV that mixes space with pace. 206
Around 7,000 jobs being axed in overhaul at M&S; Majority of cuts will be made across company's store network. HOLLY WILLIAMS 498
Bar 'sorry' for queuing failures; Soul owners admit underestimating challenges of social distancing rules. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 351
Battle to reduce costs offshore; ENERGY. ALLISTER THOMAS 230
Bonfire nights scrapped because of virus; EVENTS. REBEKAH MCVEY 228
Brewers toast a PS2m investment in packing line; Malt: Boost for provenance and the environment. NANCY NICOLSON 318
Broch fish bar off the hook after rules breach; PLANNING. KATHRYN WYLIE 265
Brora looking ahead for another chance to step up; HFL LATEST. 350
Call time on slow play; Hall wants officials to penalise those who take too long. PHIL CASEY 396
Calls for action mount as job cuts push retail tally beyond 41,000; EMPLOYMENT. 319
Calls for points deduction anger Aberdeen manager; AFC: McInnes rails against 'hypocrisy' of those who want sanctions. PAUL THIRD 465
Care home releases to be made public; HEALTH. 319
Chaplains support UK's railway 'family' after accident that has left staff shaken; ASSISTANCE. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 466
City lockdown measures are likely to stay; CORONAVIRUS ? Sturgeon warns Covid outbreak is still not over, though restrictions are helping. DEREK HEALEY 649
Clan chief's brother protested by refusing to pay charge; PAYMENT. 202
Club's tribute to Irish football star Carroll. 267
Council leaders 'running scared', claim opposition; Backlash as calls for full meeting over local lockdown denied. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 421
Council orders garage to be torn down; APPLICATION. ALISTAIR MUNRO 243
Courts: Backlog may take decade to clear, MSPs told. 253
Covid-19 hardship fund appeals for donations to help city charities; COMMUNITY. DANIEL BOAL 237
Deas is in perfect place to realise ambition; CHAMPIONSHIP. 278
Diversion road is closed after heavy rain forecast; TRANSPORT. MICHELLE HENDERSON 342
Email scams cost victims PS2m last year; ? In the third part of our series looking at fraud in the region, Dale Haslam speaks to a taxi driver whose life was turned upside down after being targeted by hackers. 1116
Energy giant's pre-tax profits plummet to PS670k from PS46.3m; PERFORMANCE. 312
Ex-cop Ross a force to be reckoned with; CYBERCRIME. KEITH FINDLAY 206
Family marks a century with special get-together; CELEBRATION. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 322
Fisherman admits fraud; Court: Cheat who earned more than PS500,000 failed to pay PS90,000 in tax. 345
Funding row over church with PS1m in bank; COMMUNITY. KATHRYN WYLIE 240
Funky new look and hybrid. 244
Government spent PS50k to fine BP PS7k for oil spill; Groups say 'outrageous' penalty no deterrent for future breaches. HAMISH PENMAN 409
Greenpeace 'spill' claims denied by oil giant; ENVIRONMENT. MARK LAMMEY 260
Group pledges to repair walkway; NATURE. 154
Hefty increase in sales online for Asda; RETAIL. HENRY SAKER-CLARK 240
High-profile case of former first minister and how it all unfolded; BACKGROUND. DAVID MCPHEE 325
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook 749
Identity of man killed in collision revealed; POLICE. 240
Jullien showed he can cope with pressure, says boss. 444
Keep on top of your MOT. 385
Little has big hopes for thrilling ending; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE. 230
Livestock. 764
Long route sure to reward; Andrew Martin gets behind the wheel of a classic Mercedes and enjoys the sights and sounds of the North East 250. Andrew Martin 1003
Lord North ready to rule; RACING TIPS. 212
Man drink-drove to cool down after domestic row; COURT. 353
Man, 72, rushed to hospital after fall from roof; EMERGENCY. DAVID MACKAY 220
MARKETS Footsie hits red as pound rebounds. 198
McCrorie embraces great expectations at Aberdeen; AFC: New Don reckons he is ready to thrive under the Pittodrie pressure. PAUL THIRD 461
McCrorie embraces great expectations at Aberdeen; AFC: New Don reckons he is ready to thrive under the Pittodrie pressure. PAUL THIRD 401
Mysteries a thing of the past for derby rivals; RUGBY UNION. 283
New cinema ready to roll; Leisure: Five-screen complex for the north-east prepares to open its doors. REBEKAH MCVEY 490
New eSprinter is bright spark. 224
New hospitality body set up to create future plans; ABERDEEN. CLARE JOHNSTON 355
New PS41m specialist care centre receives approval; Unit will provide services for bone, muscle and eye conditions. ALISTAIR MUNRO 350
Nowhere is safe to go for a holiday; 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 400
Nowhere is safe to go for a holiday; Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 400
Off-duty conductor who raised alarm is nominated for accolade; AWARD. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 328
On this day. 312
Oxygen therapy centre reopens in Highlands; Members across region relieved service is back up and running. JOHN ROSS 421
Patience is a virtue for Olympian; Sailing: Sportsman looking to 2021. JAMES TONEY 500
Plan to expand wind farm; Energy: Site is already one of largest in Moray. DAVID MACKAY 408
Playing for Pele, striking Gold and pedalling into retirement; Canadian Xausa reflects on kick-starting his career in the Highlands. JAMIE DURENT 933
Politicians warned to pay their council tax; Legal threats issued to councillors over unpaid bills. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 467
Potential customer data breach at cruise operator; TECHNOLOGY. AUGUST GRAHAM 283
powertrain for Honda Jazz; Japanese firm still putting the emphasis on practicality with its new e:HEV supermini. 556
Praise for rail disaster's local heroes; STONEHAVEN TRAGEDY ? Residents rallied round following derailment and offered practical help to emergency services. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 781
Procedure 'not out to get Salmond' ? Permanent secretary apologises for government's handling of allegations. TOM EDEN AND KATRINE BUSSEY 618
Proposal for 155 houses deferred due to overdevelopment concerns; COMMUNITY. ALISTAIR MUNRO 293
Reinventing the supercar; Legendary designer Gordon Murray, the man behind the iconic McLaren F1, has created an incredible new hypercar packed with fascinating details. 565
Robertson is on the ball to manage AVC; Video: Former Peterhead player has a proven track record. KEITH FINDLAY 411
Senior civil servant told to 'consider' her position; INQUIRY. 263
Simulator to hone Poseidon pilots; DEFENCE. DAVID MACKAY 208
Smiling Shibuna looking forward to defending her title; TROON. STEVE SCOTT 246
SPORTS QUIZ. 166
Stephen aims to break Glass ceiling at Atlanta; ? Former Aberdeen midfield player relishing opportunity to shine in management role. PAUL THIRD 1033
Surgeon is charged over death of garage boss, 55; POLICE PROBE ? Man aged 65 to appear in court in connection with city incident. JOHN ROSS 553
Thainstone Spectacular sale to take place online; Livestock: Virtual showcase for commercial calves scheduled for next month. GEMMA MACKENZIE FARMING EDITOR 342
The happy beneficiary of burgeoning link between the Five Stripes and Dons; LINKS. 447
Thousands of dead porpoises discovered in 30 years; WILDLIFE. CONOR RIORDAN 229
Time to focus on victims of train tragedy; The Voice of the North. 399
Time to focus on victims of train tragedy; The Voice of the North. 399
Top retailer will now send bulky goods to the isles; Consumer: Argos agrees to set up six-month trial. DAVID MACKAY 331
Tortoise seeking mate for slow walks in the sunset; Animals: Owner writes lonely hearts advert in hope of romance for reptile. 494
UCL QUALIFERS: HOOPS EASE TO HOME TRIUMPH. 223
Upgrade for Toyota Proace. 156
Visit islands responsibly, says council; ? Motorhome users are urged to book stays with official campsites. 325
VJ Day error not the most promising start. Tom Peterkin 964
Weekend at home for Tate Modern victim; CRIME. BENJAMIN COOPER 260
Weighty collection of Peppa Pig goodies led to an alarming moment on the road. Iain Maciver 876
Who said it. 207
Wood boss bullish despite likely 'turbulence' ahead; Diversification strategy provides resilience to face challenges. KEITH FINDLAY 353
Worker reports unsafe riser on platform; SAFETY. MARK LAMMEY 238

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