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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (August 24, 2020)

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'Absolute bedlam' feared as result of road closure; Infrastructure: Work part of multi-million-pound improvement project. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 471
'Claustrophobic' platform has been no stranger to headlines. 284
26-year-old arrested and police search house following death; CRIME. KIERAN BEATTIE 259
Airdrops to the Channel Islands and Navy on call if crisis deepens; DOCUMENT. 360
allaince need to unset the SNP; Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 224
Amputee veterans cycle the nation; FUNDRAISING. MEGAN BAYNES 188
Amy bakes a name for herself as charity fundraiser; LOCKDOWN. KAITLIN EASTON 221
Angling club protests as access to breakwater denied; LEISURE. REBEKAH MCVEY 222
Anything but a vintage performance. 244
Backing for visitor centre plans at 'Macbeth' castle; Council: Consent given despite earl's opposition to 'pretentious' proposal. 468
BANKING Launch of RBS tailored service. KEITH FINDLAY 259
Battle for gloves looms - as Rangers win with yet another clean sheet. 330
Biology teacher Owain dies in climbing plunge; Tragedy: School closed for the day after subject head falls to his death. KAITLIN EASTON 401
BRORA UP FOR BETFRED; Cattachs boss looking forward to taking on bigger clubs and more experienced managers. JAMIE DURENT 490
Cancer deaths tsunami warning as result of 'wrong-headed' plan; HEALTHCARE. 299
Castle's future as holiday venue in spotlight; PLANNING. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 219
Champions League: PSG pain as Bayern take trophy. 240
Comedy: Performers in plea for emergency cash. 196
Community left in shock after gamekeeper tragedy; Death: Fatal fall from quad bike is family's second blow after sister killed. JOHN ROSS 386
Coronavirus-delayed restoration work on hospital dome to begin; BUILDINGS. DAVID MACKAY 234
Data retrieved from black box following plane crash; Iran: Cockpit conversations accessed after disaster which left 176 dead. 463
David Knight; Assessing by coursework would have left me without woodworked leg to stand on. 843
Death Notices. 618
Designer smashes funding target; CRAFTS. KEITH FINDLAY 246
DOGGED DONS STARTING TO WRIGHT WRONGS; Aberdeen beginning to make up for lost time ABERDEEN 2 LIVINGSTON 1. PAUL THIRD AT PITTODRIE 798
Eagle launches his bid to become an MSP; POLITICS. ALISTAIR MUNRO 203
Edinburgh to manage squad after crucial win. 433
Epileptic teenager covers 60 miles in aid of charity; CORONAVIRUS ? Ella and her sisters do 100 laps of their cul-de-sac to say thanks. DAVID MACKAY 474
Epileptic teenager covers 60 miles in aid of charity; Ella and her sisters do 100 laps of their cul-de-sac to say thanks. DAVID MACKAY 474
ETONIAN LEARNING FOR CLASSICS? 236
Expert in his field's glass s much more than half full; Head of the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland, David Field, tells John Ross the environment and nature must be at the top of the political agenda. 1442
FAMILIES Pocket money age gap exposed. KEITH FINDLAY 277
Family propose new shop and cafe at Highland farm; PLANNING. JOHN ROSS 269
Former monitor farms take part in legacy project; Venture: Series of events to reflect on key themes. JIM MILLAR 282
Group plans opening art deco pool to public again; HERITAGE ? Charity hoping to renew interest in Aberdeen baths project. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 364
Group to make case for Union; POLITICS. 182
Header wins derby for Accies. 166
Health insurers reap the benefit; CORONAVIRUS. 183
Hibs get slice of luck in late win. 174
Highland League kick-off optimism growing. 273
Hillside water-bombed in effort to loosen boulders; Transport: Helicopters brought in as engineers try to ensure safety of road. 297
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook 697
Jobs at risk as firm looks to end production on rig. ALLISTER THOMAS 342
Joy as city freed from lockdown; Travel and visiting bans lifted, hospitality firms to open Wednesday. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 226
Langasque's turnaround triumph; BY PHIL CASEY. 281
Lawyers pass judgment on controversial proposal to run trials courts on Saturdays; LAW. 314
Leak adds to care policy questions; ? Claim Freeman letter 'confirms' SNP politicians behind transfer of patients. CALUM ROSS 443
LENGTHY COACH TRIP; Man in charge at Gordonians reveals he came 600 miles for job and landed post with city club. JAMIE DURENT 513
Lucky escape for Stewart; RCFC: Player feels he could have been injured by red card tackle. ANDY SKINNER 370
McGinn injury doubt; AFC: Dons sweating over fitness of winger ahead of Europa League tie. PAUL THIRD 461
Mental health charity marks first year; ANNIVERSARY. REBEKAH MCVEY 229
Mike makes experience count in a balanced approach to success; Each week, we ask small businesses some key questions. Here we speak to Mike Evans, who owns and runs EF Accountants in Rothiemurchus, Aviemore. 700
Moray walking website gets an overhaul; OUTDOORS. DAVID MACKAY 252
Neil latest SNP figure not to stand at next election; MSP's announcement a day after similar move by Cunningham. CALUM ROSS 526
NET IMPROVEMENT; Andy Murray feeling 'physically good' after win but says still a long road to go TENNIS. 440
New brand explains a 'depth of offering' Engineering: Name change hot on heels of new work overseas. KEITH FINDLAY 345
New scanner planned to cut 130-mile patient trek; Application is lodged as part of PS56m project to reduce waiting. DAVID MACKAY 352
New signing witnesses pure poetry in motion. CHRIS CRIGHTON 304
Non-essential spending grows as lockdown restrictions ease; While admitting figures are encouraging, Lloyds Banking Group says the way we spend has changed. KEITH FINDLAY 454
Nurse who performed Covid tests faced with PS680 in parking fines; KEY WORKERS. RACHEL AMERY 364
Nurse who performed Covid tests faced with PS680 in parking fines; PEOPLE. RACHEL AMERY 364
Old office could become art studio with workshop; PLANNING. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 250
On this day. 264
On your bikes for a big one-day extravaganza; 2021 cycling event will be showcase for region in various venues. KIERAN BEATTIE 397
Optimism as city heads back to business; CORONAVIRUS ? Councillors claim lobbying helped to sway government g. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 875
PANDEMIC Firms urged to review finances. KEITH FINDLAY 238
Partners help firms deal with lockdown; LEGAL. KEITH FINDLAY 233
Pedal power can help bolster our hard-hit sector, says tourism boss; LEISURE. 239
Pension poverty worries middle-aged. KEITH FINDLAY 209
Pigmeat price growth arrested; MARKETS. NANCY NICOLSON 192
Plea for hospitality firms to ensure they know all latest rules; GUIDANCE. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 469
POPOV HOLDS HER NERVE TO TAKE VICTORY AT OPEN; Surprise winner almost gave up playing professional golf last year. STEVE SCOTT 757
Practice missed signs of woman's cancer; HEALTH. ALISTAIR MUNRO 255
Protest keeps up pressure on the president; BELARUS. 243
Protesters want migrant detention centre to close; IMMIGRATION. TED HENNESEY 239
Quad bike crash kills brother of gun tragedy teen; Death of 27-year-old David leaves community devastated. JOHN ROSS 207
RACING RETURNS. 916
RUGBY'S WAITING GAME; COMMENT. JAMIE DURENT 514
Salmond said to be considering legal action; JUSTICE. CALUM ROSS 203
Same sad old story for Holt. 207
Schools keen to sign up for Dons' initiative; EDUCATION. REBEKAH MCVEY 224
Scottish pair positive despite coming up short. DANNY LAW 350
Sillars' concern at hate crime reform; RIGHTS. KATRINE BUSSEY 241
SPORTS QUIZ. 156
STAGGIES CAN'T FIND CLINCHER; Disappointed County have to settle for point at Paisley after battling back from early shock ST MIRREN 1 ROSSCOUNTY 1. ANDY SKINNER AT ST MIRREN PARK 804
Stampede after lockdown disco raid kills 13; PERU. 157
Supersub Ajeti reminds gaffer of Hooper after netting winner. 356
Tait not dwelling on red card. 209
Talks on plans to cancel free bus service; TRANSPORT. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 233
Taste and nutrition the Love Lamb Week focus; Meat: Everyone in supply chain urged to celebrate pride of sheep farmers. GEMMA MACKENZIE FARMING EDITOR 312
Thousands want the release of Chinese lanterns banned. JIM MILLAR 240
Tips to keep your eyes on the bill; HOUSEHOLD. VICKY SHAW 184
TODAY Optimism as city heads back to business; ? Councillors claim lobbying helped to sway government g. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 870
Treat for schoolchildren after gala cancelled; COMMUNITY. ALISTAIR MUNRO 209
Tree bumblebee numbers set to defy expectation; Nature: Reports of species across the north-east. REBEKAH MCVEY 352
Tributes for world's oldest man. 323
two -whelled way we can promotarea. 233
Unexpected time at home could turn out quite costly; If your lockdown DIY project spiralled over budget and out of control, you're not alone, writes Vicky Shaw. 441
United front is needed to beat jobs crisis, saynited says body; ? Co-operation vital between governments says thinktank. KATRINE BUSSEY 492
Vandalism makes volunteers' work more difficult; CHALLENGE. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 231
Victim's funeral will be held in private; DERAILMENT. KIERAN BEATTIE 237
Walker's thanks for air crew; Emergency: Woman who fell and cracked her pelvis was rescued by charity helicopter. KIERAN BEATTIE 366
We must put politics aside to deal with emergency. 227
We should demonstrate pride in our city. 968
Who said. 219
Whyte calling for Povetkin rematch; BOXING. 248
Wife of Russian dissident visits him in hospital; GERMANY. DAVID RISING 249
Witness appeal after man dies in crash; POLICE. KIERAN BEATTIE 186
Young racer puts foot down for children's charity; HEALTHCARE. DANIEL BOAL 323

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