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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (August 25, 2020)

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'We must harness resilience, adaptability and agility for economy' RECOVERY. SIR IAN WOOD OPPORTUNITY NORTH EAST CHAIRMAN 276
Academy reveals new art and drama departments; EDUCATION. 217
Action plan to reduce carbon footprint; UNIVERSITY. 165
Auctioneers honour long-serving staff. NANCY NICOLSON 187
Ballet West school to shut as liquidator is appointed; Dance: Allegations of abuse at site led to 'catastrophic sequence of events'. JOHN ROSS 513
BBC role to 'carry Britain's values to world' MEDIA. LAURA HARDING 262
Big dream for mighty oak to become tree of the year; Finalists unveiled after contest has record number of entries. CHRIS MACLENNAN 566
Blueprints must turn into benefits; The Voice of the North. 246
Bosses apologise after patient's distress; HEALTHCARE. ALISTAIR MUNRO 239
Britain's Konta cruises through to last 16; TENNIS. 251
Bunker turned into museum up for top design gong; HERITAGE. CHRIS MACLENNAN 259
Butterflies miss out this time. Jim McColl Gardening Notes 968
Call for licensing boss to quit over claims she cut corners; COUNCIL. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 380
Calum sets standard in flag design competition; Identity: Skye's heritage celebrated. CHRIS MACLENNAN 371
Captain Tom to discuss his life with Piers Morgan; TELEVISION. LAURA HARDING 321
Chance to hail high street heroes; AWARDS. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 189
Charity hillwalker makes teddy bear a star; FUNDRAISING. 270
City Eat Out to Help Out y plea; ? Aberdeen asks chancellor to extend hospitality scheme. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 871
City restaurant and cafe owners wners 'punished' by policy, says official; LOCKDOWN. 603
Competition is benefit to nature and people; PAST WINNERS. 214
Concern over fly-tipping surge during lockdown; Council: MP expresses disappointment at increase and lack of prosecution. REBEKAH MCVEY 432
Confidential documents show Labour is finished, claims SNP; ELECTION. 292
Conservatives launch bid to kick absentee MSPs out of Parliament; HOLYROOD. 233
Contrition key when considering mistakes. Derek Tucker 838
Copter crash inquiry will be held virtually; Court: Air accident case to be heard via video conferencing. ALISTAIR MUNRO 438
Council may pay PS100k as hosts of art show; EVENTS. 160
Couple are to retire after a 24-year stint at paper shop; Community: End of an era in town. SEAN MCANGUS 366
Covid 'slowing progress but forcing innovation' ? Wood says crisis is accelerating diversification, but there's a catch. KEITH FINDLAY 321
Cultural projects revealed for Epic Awards; VOLUNTEERING. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 227
Dairy farmers' chance to help battle M bovis; Study: Researchers want to measure prevalence. NANCY NICOLSON Clinical report 330
Deal aiming to nurture change from young age; FOCUS. 197
Dissident remains in critical but stable condition; GERMANY. 237
Dog safe after ingesting cannabis; PETS. DOUGLAS BARRIE 243
European title race is main goal; AMBITION. 264
Family home comes with small cottage as a bonus. 450
Ferguson demands better; AFC: Dons midfielder out to extend winning run in Europa qualifier. PAUL THIRD 463
Ferguson is looking for more; EUROPA LEAGUE. 157
Fire team learn the ropes on extreme terrain; RESCUE. CALUM PETRIE 230
Fires claim seventh life; USA: Blazes sparked by lightning hit California. 386
First chairman of climate change body appointed; ENVIRONMENT. 218
Former teacher faces jail for years of abuse; COURT. 240
Freeman will not stand at next election; ? Exclusive: Announcement comes amid growing row over transfers to care homes. TOM PETERKIN POLITICAL EDITOR 786
Friends help mum and son; Fund: Thousands donated via appeal after gamekeeper's quad bike death. JOHN ROSS 487
Funding for events sector; PS6m aid announced to support firms' post-lockdown recovery. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 444
Funding package to lead region's recovery; DEAL. DAVID MACKAY 231
Growth deal vision may unlock doors of 18th Century landmark; CULTURE. 323
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook 787
House transformed to haven; When Richard and Uyen Norris returned to the north-east from war-torn Libya, they didn't expect to stumble across Bloomfield House. They told Ellie House about its charms. 821
Independence blueprint 'out of date' ? New case needs to be made to build consensus, says Neil. CALUM ROSS 461
Indyref2 will be no-ref bare-knuckle battle with gouging and below-the-belt punching. Chris Deerin 843
Institute launches root rot-resistant raspberry; Soft fruit: Producers will be able to choose soil over costly substrate in pots. NANCY NICOLSON 321
Keep Kent and sell Morelos. 223
Law turns back clock with fine efforts ahead of British championships; ROUND-UP. 311
Lions must pack in defensive lapses, says captain Bartley; LIVINGSTON. 271
Livestock. 342
Major project pushed back; NORTH SEA. ALLISTER THOMAS 256
Man faces court over 'murder' of much-loved Cliff; 'Friendly' 60-year-old worked for ScotRail for more than 30 years. JAMES WYLLIE 200
Man faces murder charge after rail worker's death; Court: Police appealing for witnesses following alleged fatal attack in city. JAMES WYLLIE 412
Man who attacked partner facing jail term; COURT. 219
Man, 64, handed himself in over images; INDECENCY. JAMES WYLLIE 243
Managed estates do boost countryside; Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 184
Marley may be sign of change. Duncan Shearer 493
McCrorie set for maiden Scotland call-up. 265
Mum seeking virus test told to travel 188 miles; Parent 'surprised' at suggested far north centre slot for child. DAVID MCPHEE 398
Murray in last 16 after beating Zverev; TENNIS. 269
New 'bridge over Atlantic' saves community lifeline; Link: PS500k interim structure to replace original 67-year-old crossing. 369
Nobody denying Mallan's moment of glory; HIBERNIAN. 272
Oil veteran Dunnett is appointed Ithaca CEO; Offshore: 'Really dynamic' firm hailed. MARK LAMMEY 401
On this day. 324
One to go for Anderson in quest for 600; Cricket: Englishman can join the elite when play resumes against Pakistan. RORY DOLLARD 360
Online cocktail lessons are an international hit; FOOD AND DRINK. KEITH FINDLAY 390
Phone service to fight loneliness in older people; Community: North-east graduate starts venture. KIERAN BEATTIE 318
Plan to build 12-mile deer fence angers community; Planning: PS420,000 conservation project out to restore wooded habitats. JOHN ROSS 471
Police complaints rise as they enforce rules on Covid-19; CRIME. DAVID HARKINS 240
Political debate warning over lockdown decisions; RESTRICTIONS. ADELE MERSON 392
Pompey have eye on Reid; RCFC: Staggies youngster is interesting League One side. ANDY SKINNER 446
Premier-level talent Rogic would light it up in England; ? Meulensteen reckons Socceroo should be of interest to EPL sides. 455
PS100m funding package will spearhead recovery; ? Essential investment to lead revival from lockdown and new opportunities. DAVID MACKAY 648
PS100m to help region bounce back from virus; Creation of cultural quarter part of 15-year regeneration programme. DAVID MACKAY 165
PS20m spent on delayed projects by health board; NHS: Authority PS60m over budget. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 424
Regional interest performance. 268
Restart for New arrival; Aberdeen Grammar's latest acquisition eager to get going. JAMIE DURENT 485
Revenge of the Creature actress Lori Nelson dies at the age of 87. Obituary 306
Ross is happy to Go Dutch; Transfers: Midfielder says style of play in Netherlands should suit him. JAMIE DURENT 524
Runavik head coach warns Dons to prepare for battle; Faroese side determined to make their mark after historic win. JAMIE DURENT 634
Separation would have led to ruin; Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 243
Setting the standard for quality and craftsmanship in Inverurie; Malcolm Allan Housebuilders has developed an excellent reputation, recognised for building ultra-spacious, high specification homes in desirable locations across Aberdeenshire. 716
Solidarity run will let Dave don prized vest; ? Ultrarunner to take part in consolation event in GB team. FRASER CLYNE 466
Stand-off between Britain and Iran over debt; JUSTICE. LUKE POWELL 266
Storm Francis to blast Scotland with wind and rain; WEATHER. 252
Surgery for Souttar after Achilles tendon snapped again; CHAMPIONSHIP. 217
Tesco hiring to meet online boom; RETAIL. HENRY SAKER-CLARK 232
Three leaders of massive popular protests detained; BELARUS. YURAS KARMANAU 277
Trident is needed in the real world; Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 241
Union wants answers on train derailment tragedy; Transport: TSSA queries Network Rail role and decision to run services in storm. CALUM PETRIE 507
Up to 140 jobs at risk as BT confirms city base to close; Backlash: Company accused of 'complete abandonment' of loyal workers. 485
Vaccine decision is nudge for index; MARKETS. 203
Vision: How will the money be spent? 262
Warrior Murray shows he could still be world-beater. Neil Drysdale 765
Warrior Murray shows he could still be world-beater. Neil Drysdale 764
Who said it. 223
Wilson backs Jones to thrive in unfamiliar new position; PRO14. 319
Woman, 24, told to pay her bar fight victim PS5k in damages; Court: Pub customer scarred after drunken attacker hit her with glass. JAMES WYLLIE 414

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