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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (August 22, 2020)

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"Julie felt her pulse quicken and thrust her hand behind her, drawing the pistol from the small of her back" EXTRACT 1 OF 2. Sins of the Fathers by James E Mack 877
'Poorest more likely to be fined over breaches' POLICING. EMMA O'NEILL 277
'Unbelievable' as Crawley becomes a centurion. RORY DOLLARD 369
A farmer bucking trends by taking on a dairy herd; Gordon Whiteford is moving into the industry as others leave. Gemma Mackenzie finds out more. 691
A tour of Spain to warm us all and let's sample something new; Wine columnist John Kelman, of Rutabaga, looks to Spain's warmer climate for his wine picks this week. John Kelman 916
Airman tackling series of tests to raise charity cash; Challenge: Serviceman staying fit despite cancer. KATHRYN WYLIE 529
Alleged murder attempt arrests; POLICE. 172
Appeal to see Megrahi documents; JUSTICE. 314
Axion 800 tractors upgrade features real touch of Claas. GEMMA MACKENZIE 341
Bad Girl Bakery treats; Roast sweet potato and red pepper soup One savoury and two deliciously simple sweet treats from the popular Muir of Ord bakery. Recipe 384
Bikers urged to steer clear of rally; EVENTS. 286
Boost for dairy, beef and potato sectors. GEMMA MACKENZIE 188
Breakfast banana bread. Recipe 199
Brewing apprenticeship duo have plenty passion on tap. KEITH FINDLAY 175
Britons paying a high price to get home; TRAVEL. STEPHEN JONES 211
Brown calls for Westminster and Holyrood to unite and salvage jobs; POLITICS. CRAIG PATON 349
BT and Virgin Media heavily fined; BUSINESS. DOUGLAS BARRIE 233
BUSINESS BT and Virgin Media heavily fined. DOUGLAS BARRIE 233
Busy Lions line up Stokes; LIVINGSTON. 215
Call The Midwife star unveiled as charity patron; New role 'thrills' Aberdeen-born actress. KAITLIN EASTON 286
Care home transfer plea; Government funding appeal to smooth transition to public sector. JOHN ROSS 367
Challenge cyclists using pavements; 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 196
City lockdown branded as 'unfair' ? Council and MSP point to rising rates in other areas without any restrictions. KAITLIN EASTON 629
City's greatest strength could become threat; ? Return of oil and gas workers critical in avoiding domino effect, warns thinktank. DAVID MCPHEE 642
Confused, entranced and finally elated by protagonists' battle against coloured balls; The Flying Pigs. 893
Council bids for 12 new affordable homes in village; PLANNING. KATHRYN WYLIE 228
Couple heartbroken after ferocious house fire kills beloved pet; Tragedy: North-east pair face 'long road' to rebuild ravaged home. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 517
Crews facing threats and abuse from A83 motorists; TRAVEL. MARK MACKAY 256
Diageo gives assurance over sourcing of barley. GEMMA MACKENZIE FARMING EDITOR 390
Distractions off the table; Kettlewell: Lofty league position irrelevant as Staggies chase points. ANDY SKINNER 386
Dons fate hinges on disciplinary decision. Richard Gordon 544
Dons in mental health initiative for fans; TECHNOLOGY. REBEKAH MCVEY 230
Dons starting pistol; AFC: McInnes insists side will only get better after getting off the mark. PAUL THIRD 419
Double delight for de Jong; EUROPA FINAL. 214
Drive to boost organic produce. GEMMA MACKENZIE 244
FAR FROM FAIR TRIAL. DEREK LORD TV REVIEW Television program review 540
Farmer claims glamping PM setting poor example; Johnson set up bell-tent in field without permission, says local. TOM PETERKIN 554
fatal crash train atal going at 73mph; ? Early inquiries in north-east derailment show w early-morning service was within speed limits. KIERAN BEATTIE 685
FLOWER POWER; Worried you'll look like a curtain if you wear florals? Fear not, we've got you covered. 283
FM says Granite City's situation 'improving' and rules could ease; BRIEFING. TOM PETERKIN 385
FOCUS ON MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS; Although relatively common, MS can easily be misunderstood. Liz Connor finds out more. Liz Connor 875
FRIENDS FOR LIFE; With International Dog Day being celebrated next Wednesday, Ellie House spoke with dog owners across the region and met their very special canine companions. Ellie House 1904
From Mearns to role of baddie in movies; FILM. KIERAN BEATTIE 223
Gamekeeper dies after fall from quad bike on estate; ACCIDENT. JOHN ROSS 195
Generosity has helped us aid vulnerable says Foyer; CHARITY. DANIEL BOAL 346
Glasgow pain game; ? Wolfsburg score nine in Champions League quarter-final. 358
Gluten-free chocolate brownies. 214
Gove looks to Galloway for advice to stop independence; ? Tory minister holds discussions with pro-Union politicians to bolster UK case. TOM PETERKIN POLITICAL EDITOR 466
Growing web of support. NANCY NICOLSON 469
healthy eating. Recipe 1073
Home of whisky your front room; Now's the time to book your place on a special-price Taste of Grampian virtual whisky-tasting, writes Susan Welsh. Susan Welsh 391
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook 729
Hotel dream taking shape; Heritage: Community effort to bring age-old Deeside hostelry back to life. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 408
Justice chief left shaken after receiving racist death threats; CRIME. LUCINDA CAMERON 236
KEEP IT CLASSIC; Ellie House turns up the volume with a statement sleeve. 355
Labour chief tells of 'frustration' at delay over councillors' fate; ABERDEEN. ADELE MERSON 508
Latest recipe for success; Good taste in an instant from The Hairy Bikers as new book tackles type 2 diabetes. 442
London dragged down by Europe; MARKETS. 188
Lovecraft Country - Sky Atlantic. 288
Maguire arrested on Greek island after alleged brawl; MAN UNITED. 270
Maiden victory awaiting Syme. PHIL CASEY 293
Mercy flight for Navalny; Claims of Kremlin poisoning as opposition leader left in coma. DARIA LITVINOVA 454
midweek meal; Vegan tofu and vegetable kebab skewers. Recipe 225
Murrayfield to welcome fans for derby clash. 326
MY LIFE JIM MCCOLL; You can read gardening guru Jim McColl's column in the Your Home supplement of the P&J every Tuesday. Column 360
Nearly 50 people in self-isolation after Aberdeen school Covid case; EDUCATION. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 327
New Buddies striker confident of getting on goal trail; PREVIEWS. 311
New clue in sign mystery; Planning: Woman on bike was seen removing housing bid protest posters. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 431
Nine farming industry ambassadors in place. 289
No lock on left back role; Staggies defender Reid says shirt not his yet - despite good start. ANDY SKINNER 593
OH SO QUIET ON A RIVER CRUISE; David Wishart discusses why taking to the water on a luxurious small boat could be just the ticket for a UK staycation. David Wishart 717
On this day. 293
Online Orcadian odyssey; From virtual classes to live cookery streams and craft workshops, Orkney Foraging Fortnight has something for everyone. 619
Online sessions can lay bare artist's process. 467
Our weekly round-up of the latest news, products and facts for foodies; what's hot. Susan Welsh 381
PACKING PERFECT PICNICS; Get your lunch in order with our pick of alfresco goodies. 413
Painful night for Glasgow; Impressive Wolfsburg score nine goals in Champions League quarter-final. 368
Parkhead test match plan cheers Lennon; CELTIC. 366
Power-packed; Two quick and easy recipes to make at home and give you an energy boost - and perfect for popping into school lunchboxes. 646
PROPERTY Social housing project restarts. KEITH FINDLAY 242
PS10m bid for Kent fails to impress Gerrard; RANGERS. 280
Psychology harnessed for pilots' guidance; Aviation: Studies help identify skills. KEITH FINDLAY 389
Quiet rural area now bustling as accident probed; AFTERMATH. KIERAN BEATTIE 295
Relief for drivers as PS9.6m road project finally opens; Works: A9 bends are updated to stop problems along notorious stretch. ALISTAIR MUNRO 542
RETURNING TO ACTION; From wildlife-watching boat trips to tubing at speed down a Highland mountain, these are just some of the attractions on offer now, writes Susan Welsh. Susan Welsh 901
Roads official optimistic on dualling of blackspot; Transport: Case for work to ease accident rate said to be in 'good position'. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 503
Rugged Hilux ready for the everyday. 329
SANCTUARY AND A SNIP; With hairdressers back open, do they play a bigger role which goes beyond a cut and blow-dry? Ellie House spoke to Alison McRitchie to find out. Ellie House 857
Scientists aim to get to the root of blackleg. NANCY NICOLSON 409
Scotland: Four Dons named in under-21 squad. 172
Search dog Diesel takes well-earned retirement; Rescue: Spaniel has proved life-saver. REBEKAH MCVEY 387
Sermon. 189
Shares rise as Hurricane brings new boss on board; North Sea: Energy firm turns to industry veteran amid period of turmoil. ALLISTER THOMAS 257
Speed cushions may be installed in village; ROADS. REBEKAH MCVEY 195
Stark assessment of authority's finances; Audit: Investment in new schools described as unsustainable. DAVID MACKAY 358
starters. Recipe 198
sweet treats Banana and caramel cupcakes. 301
Teams to resume contact training; LOWER LEAGUES. DANNY LAW 261
Tenth crew member of Covid-hit islands fishing boat tests positive; OUTBREAK. 322
The big weekend quiz; Brought to you by With venues around the country closed due to the pandemic, we've teamed up with P&J Live to test your knowledge on Aberdeen's fantastic new complex, and hopefully bring back some happy memories from concerts you might have enjoyed there. 842
The road to indyref2 will be a hard slog; The Voice of the North. 276
themenu l. Susan Welsh menu editor 170
Time to remove ridiculous traffic barriers; 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 189
Top tips to cheaper car insurance. 777
Train hit 73mph before fatal crash; Investigation reveals key details of north-east rail tragedy. KIERAN BEATTIE 259
Train hit 73mph before fatal crash; Investigation reveals key details of north-east rail tragedy. KIERAN BEATTIE 259
Tributes to AAM founder Brown. 398
UP THE CREEK WITH A PADDLEBOARD; Gayle reacquaints herself with the joys of messing about on the water with only her feet getting wet - on this occasion! 1067
Venture serves up oats to the gluten intolerant. GEMMA MACKENZIE 311
Viaduct car park to be expanded; Tourism: Bid to end beauty spot chaos. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 447
Victory at Perth was specially sweet for defender; ?Hoban had even considered quitting. PAUL THIRD 576
Warning over second-hand kit after tractor GPS thefts. NANCY NICOLSON 356
We all deserve a break from Covid blues. 806
Weather test of players' mettle; Women's Open: Sweden's Dani Holmqvist the only player under par at halfway stage at Royal Troon. STEVE SCOTT 1105
Westminster accepts referendum claims Swinney; INDYREF. NEIL POORAN 307
Who said it. 224
Work on 16-week overhaul of bridge to begin; ROADS. DAVID MACKAY 240
Workboat in action following PS1m investment; MARINE. KEITH FINDLAY 345

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