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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (August 26, 2020)

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'Major spike' in demand for testing; ? Key worker father can't work or send daughter to nursery due to lack of kits. DAVID MCPHEE 628
'Panic' made woman drive at police; COURT. 230
200 homes plan for ex-school site; HOUSING. KAITLIN EASTON 165
Anderson has eye on Ashes; Cricket: Veteran bowler eager for more after taking 600th wicket. RORY DOLLARD 669
BMW teases road-going M4 coupe. 203
Body launches two investigations to avoid future weather incidents; RESPONSE. 223
Body of Ugandan asylum seeker found next to malnourished son; DEATH. LUCINDA CAMERON 447
Businesswomen team up to launch coffee shop; HOSPITALITY. KEITH FINDLAY 245
Capital centre looking for repeat result; RUGBY UNION. 281
Celtic lead tributes after former player McCluskey dies aged 68. 302
Cemetery volunteers earn high praise for hard work; Facelift: Authority praises 'unbelievable' transformation of facilities. ALISTAIR MUNRO 394
Champs Kingussie delighted to be back training; SHINTY. 262
Charity out to top up lost income with second round of challenge; EVENT. CALUM PETRIE 316
Charolais bull sold for PS16,000. NANCY NICOLSON 155
Claim that council co-leader was 'totally out of loop' on decisions; LOCKDOWN. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 354
Clarke gets his man as Dykes snubs Australia; INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL ?Scotland beef up options for qualifiers after winning tug of war for QPR striker. JAMIE DURENT 638
Coach stepping aside for duration of investigation; GYMNASTICS. 325
Concerns school could be left without head teacher; Education: New bid to recruit internally sees worries over future staffing. ALISTAIR MUNRO 498
County has most UK royal warrants; STATISTICS. KEITH FINDLAY 245
Cuts blamed for flat flood; Raw sewage: Woman claims council made savings by axing gully cleaning. DAVID MCPHEE 439
Deadline nears for chance to apply for grant; FUNDING. SEAN MCANGUS 211
Donation helps anglers to reel in a brand new boat; FISHING. ALISTAIR MUNRO 259
Dons must stay focused; AFC: Taylor warns against complacency ahead of NSI Europa qualifier. JAMIE DURENT 447
Drug dealer jailed after coughing at police; COURT. 168
Environmentalists' plea for sustainable fisheries; Policy: Appeal ahead of Bill returning to the House of Commons next week. KEITH FINDLAY 482
Essential work to close A9 for two nights; ROADS. CHRIS MACLENNAN 236
Everything just Rosie as Lee climbs Everest... from home; Cycling: Stonehaven rider says completing challenge felt 'amazing'. JAMIE DURENT 513
Exhibition is showcasing clan's castles; History: Celebration of huge empire. JOHN ROSS 441
Facilities reshuffle helps to 'stabilise' Global E&C; ? Move allows group to retain more employees during downturn. MARK LAMMEY 328
Ferries planned for 2018 delayed further; SHIPPING. CRAIG PATON 244
Firm brings Aiken Group under wing as part of reorganisation; GROWTH. 292
First rounds of Amateur Championships abandoned due to weather; GOLF. 294
Fresh sponsors give a boost to virtual festival; Councils and standards body all sign up. DANICA OLLEROVA 396
Funds sought for big digs; Campaign: Projects in need of PS40k for future. REBEKAH MCVEY 399
Giggs sticks to plan despite Helsinki doubts; WALES. 301
Global Engineering and Construction conducts reshuffle. MARK LAMMEY 226
Green light for proposed nursery in town; CHILDCARE. REBEKAH MCVEY 208
Hard work starts now for Cove; ? Hartley puts emphasis on fitness ahead of new season. JAMIE DURENT 511
High hopes for buildings; PS100m deal may see former library among restoration projects. DAVID MACKAY 491
High Rider hits the road again with even more pedigree style; Flowing curves made the C-HR an instant hit - and now it's upgraded with enhancements, writes Alan Douglas. Alan Douglas 819
Home testing kits in rural areas may be 'useless' due to time delay; RESULTS. JOHN ROSS 379
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook 736
Improved terms for ANM's stock finance scheme; Benefits: Group's bid to attract new members. NANCY NICOLSON 303
Japanese-themed garden to celebrate industrialist; MEMORIAL. KATHRYN WYLIE 254
Kayaking trio rescued with help of Royal Navy warship; Maritime: Busy day for emergencies. MICHELLE HENDERSON 326
Killer whale makes an appearance; WILDLIFE. 234
Labradors prove nation's favourite on social media; PETS. JAMIE HARRIS 235
Lennon says all focus on Ferencvaros; Celtic: Club talking with Turnbull. 442
Livestock. 356
London markets take fall into red; STOCKS. 210
Maguire vows to clear his name after island brawl; FOOTBALL. SIMON PEACH 198
Maguire withdrawn from squad following guilty verdict; ENGLAND. 315
Makeshift sea defences until next spring at earliest; FISHING. KATHRYN WYLIE 189
Man killed in A92 accident named; ROADS. 154
Man who stored child porn faces 6 months in jail; First-time offender had indecent material 'because he was bullied'. 200
Man with no friends jailed after turning to online child porn; Court: 25-year-old downloaded images 'as escape from bullying'. 298
Man, 26, appears in court on death charge; LAW. JAMES WYLLIE 237
Man, 26, in court charged with city murder; DEATH. JAMES WYLLIE 237
Manager longs for day Tartan Army are back; CORONAVIRUS. 371
Marine services group's profits suffer hefty drop; Coronavirus: Challenges will remain but trading is expected to improve. ALLISTER THOMAS 475
Midfielder McCarthy keen to show what he can do for Blue Toon; PETERHEAD. 282
Natives getting restless as Bernera Bridge across the Atlantic silently self-destructs. Iain Maciver 899
New 911 Targa hits the target; Born in the '60s, Porsche's 911 Targa has always favoured style over outright performance. Now, however, it's had some key engine and transmission changes. Your Car takes it for a spin. 863
New Dawn from Rolls-Royce. 183
New huts could be a boost to estate's tourism; PLANNING. 237
New Tory leader warns of 'unrelenting' war on SNP; Ross vows to end division and arguments around constitution. DANIEL O'DONOGHUE 510
Not afraid to speak up for Aberdeen. 169
Oil and gas veteran's contribution recognised; AWARDS. HAMISH PENMAN 208
On this day. 286
One 'high risk' venue still to be seen; ? Sturgeon rules all city businesses need to be checked ahead of today's reopening. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 546
Paths leave woman in pain; Accessibility: Mobility scooter user says state of pavements causing misery. KAITLIN EASTON 535
Patience key for Murray's return; Tennis: Henman hails Scot's comeback. JIM VAN WIJK 401
Plea for 'stunning' spot to be saved from developers; PLANNING ? Conservation group begs council to protect land on edge of city. KIERAN BEATTIE 401
PM calls for end to 'wetness' over song stance; BBC PROMS. 211
PM dismisses suggestions he plans to quit; REPORT. DAVID HUGHES 224
Probe to begin into death of paedophile policeman; COURT. 258
Quiz over harassment policy; Whistleblowing: Holyrood official asked why draft shared with eventual complainant. KATRINE BUSSEY 512
Rail crash tributes recall conductor's happy smile; Condolence book full of messages from top officials and public. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 467
Report to boost tech sector; HOLYROOD. KEITH FINDLAY 218
Rescue rope teams praised; Expertise: Value of specialists highlighted after farmer recovered from gorge. DAVID MCPHEE 327
Rules: Councillor denies ignoring social distancing. DAVID MACKAY 227
Runner gears up for his treadmill record challenge; Charity: Aim is to run most miles and raise cash. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 355
Schools given new mask rules; CORONAVIRUS ? Coverings should be worn on buses and in corridors but not in classrooms. NEIL POORAN 539
Schools given new mask rules; Coverings should be worn on buses and in corridors but not in classrooms. NEIL POORAN 539
Seven figures for Stewart; Staggies: Kettlewell lays down gauntlet to striker's potential suitors. ANDY SKINNER 440
Storm Francis blows over trees and cuts off power; Weather: Drivers warned as region battered by gales and heavy rain. KAITLIN EASTON 465
Storm Francis blows over trees and cuts off power; Weather: River searched as country battered by winds of up to 74 mph. KAITLIN EASTON 465
Students secure funds for charities; COMMUNITY. 257
Sturgeon wants to do as she pleases. 220
Sturgeon' s political games costing vital jobs. 196
Thistle manager looks to veteran leaders; HFL LATEST. ANDY SKINNER 249
Toyota hot hatch goes on tour. 182
Traffic calming measures being considered; SAFETY. REBEKAH MCVEY 195
Traffic lights completed; BYPASS. DANIEL BOAL 230
Trump's son in 'Nessie' jibe at Biden; UNITED STATES. 241
UK meat firms overcome challenges; COVID-19. 167
Uncovering our country's illicit distilling history; Whisky: Plan to research sites of old illegal stills. STAN ARNAUD 338
Underwater power link work reaches key stage; Infrastructure: Overhead lines giving way to subterranean cable. STAN ARNAUD 263
Virtual trial 'considered' in Dunn bike death case; Justice: Family's MP urged government ministers to look at the possibility. JOSH PAYNE 529
Walk-in centre: St Andrews named as first location. 244
Warning for all livestock shows over complacency; Sales: Single outbreak at one mart could have implications for industry. NANCY NICOLSON 365
Wave of attacks leaves 17 dead and scores injured; Afghanistan: Violence counters hopes of negotiations with the insurgents. RAHIM FAIEZ 288
We need to change with the weather; The Voice of the North. 245
When Watkins brushed off the Dutch master Van Dijk; Tansey tips new Don to terrorise Premiership defences in red. JAMIE DURENT 740
Who said it. 267
You don't get to choose who you govern. James Millar 830
Youngster's knockout feat; CORONAVIRUS ? Six-year-old scales mountain to raise funds for kickboxing club. SEAN MCANGUS 462
Youngster's knockout feat; Six-year-old scales mountain to raise funds for kickboxing club. SEAN MCANGUS 462

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