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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (August 27, 2020)

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Belfry gives Englishman pair of firsts; ? New experience as wife set to caddie for ex-Masters winner. PHIL CASEY 524
Beware of the underdog; Europa League: McInnes warns his Reds ahead of NSI Runavik match. PAUL THIRD 412
Bid to save music venue; Petition is calling for council to adopt the Reel amid pandemic. JOHN ROSS 325
Boss says confusion led to nearly breaching rules; REGULATIONS. 264
Bravery and community response marked at the Scottish Parliament; POLITICS. GREGOR AIKEN 310
Business park plan revealed by Knight; APPLICATION. 178
Call for reopening of community facilities; WEBINAR. 279
Campaigners want standards upheld; FOOD. 158
Care homes transfer row w is brewing; ? Sturgeon under pressure over policy to empty hospitals of Covid-19 patients. ADELE MERSON 714
Celebrities spotted during rowing challenge filming; Entertainment: Mallaig visit for stars as part of a new TV series. CHRIS MACLENNAN 250
Commercial market sales worst for decade; FIGURES. 283
COMPETITION PS178m concrete merger probed. KEITH FINDLAY 247
Contempt case against former diplomat continued; COURT. JAMES WYLLIE 218
Controversial homes bid likely to get the go-ahead; Planning chiefs back proposal for nearly 40 luxury properties. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 377
Council will meet online until 2021; POLITICS. KIERAN BEATTIE 174
Crofters want law change after turbine appeal fails; Battle: Group claims potential use of land for development is being stifled. JOHN ROSS 510
Customers cheer end of lockdown; ? City hospitality sector reopens amid calls for public to obey safety guidance. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 668
Death of community campaigner. Obituary 234
Death rates rose by over 30% at peak of pandemic; STATISTICS. 255
Developer seeking repayment of contributions; HOUSING. KIERAN BEATTIE 251
Dons forward eager to make his Euro debut; ? Watkins delighted to have second chance with Aberdeen. PAUL THIRD 655
Dons winger eager to make his Euro debut; ? Watkins delighted to have second chance with Aberdeen. PAUL THIRD 655
Education: Concern as pupils forced out in storm. 277
End of road for popular running event; CHALLENGE. JOHN ROSS 252
Explaining ferries fiasco; Holyrood: MSPs told all reasonable steps taken. CRAIG PATON 367
Exploring 'wealth of opportunities' in Guyana; OVERSEAS. HAMISH PENMAN 215
Fares rise considered for airport taxi trips; Council: Proposed hike would cover travel hub's drop-off fee. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 385
Farmers and crofters are asked for views on eagles; Survey looking at impact on flocks and ways to manage birds. NANCY NICOLSON 287
Fears young jobless could reach record high; THINK TANK. 169
Ferrari keeps up pressure on Racing Point in copycat row; FORMULA ONE. 294
Ferry fiasco unacceptable use of money; The Voice of the North. 234
Fish disease prevention another issue at farms; Aquaculture: Vaccination programme rolled out amid Covid-19 challenges. STAN ARNAUD 463
Froome boss not surprised by his absence; Cycling: Adams reckons more time off is just what Englishman needs. IAN PARKER 222
Government to buy 12-minute test machines; COVID-19. 165
Greenpeace in decom protest; ENVIRONMENT. MARK LAMMEY 341
Guide to address 5G mast health concerns; TELECOMS. 232
Haining eyes opportunity; Rugby union: Edinburgh man hoping to catch Townsend's attention. ANDY NEWPORT 586
Harvesting on hold for barley crops to dry out; Weather: Farmers hope to get started again soon. NANCY NICOLSON 348
Hoops crash out at home in qualifying. 356
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook 779
Hospital delayed by error; Report says mistake in spreadsheet went uncorrected for years. LUCINDA CAMERON 574
Ice collapse risks rise in water levels; Antarctic: Area four times size of UK. DOUGLAS BARRIE 308
Injured Souttar vows to salvage his career; HEARTS. 249
Jurassic fossil first of its kind to be found on island; Palaeontology: 166m-year-old discovery thought to be part of a stegosaurus. CHRIS MACLENNAN 461
Lack of parking is killing Stonehaven's town centre. 274
Last call for new Culloden West flats. 239
LEAGUE TWO: BLACK AND WHITES GOALKEEPER MCHALE RELISHING RETURN TO ACTION. 383
Lennon left enraged by Celtic's exit. 382
Lessons learned for Syme. Stephen Gallacher 474
Livestock. 234
Lyle's dual Blue Toon role; Veteran striker set to juggle playing and coaching at Balmoor. CALLUM LAW 475
Mackintosh among matchplay qualifiers at West Lancs; AMATEURS. 272
Major feel to play-off event for Woods; PGA TOUR. 289
McIntosh delighted to be reunited with Hartley at Cove; BALMORAL. 313
Moves to convince Messi to remain at Barca; SPAIN. 246
Mum's fight to get girl with complex needs into school; Education: Plight leaves her with 'nowhere to go'. CALUM PETRIE 378
Murray seeking to inspire with his return; TENNIS. 275
New look for playpark was the top choice of youngsters; Leisure: PS43k renovation complete. SEAN MCANGUS 309
North Sea tax receipts take a dive; OIL AND GAS. HAMISH PENMAN 410
Not good enough from our minister; Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 196
OAP sex pest is spared prison sentence; COURT. BEN HENDRY 244
OGA suggests PS100m in loans; DECOM. ALLISTER THOMAS 247
On this day. 259
Orkney woman's killer loses bid to be freed from jail; Justice: 2008 murder took place in New Zealand. 529
Outdoors film festival heads online; CINEMA. KATHRYN WYLIE 180
People: Award-winning bus cafe faces new closure. 230
Pittodrie midfield legend confident Reds will prove too strong for Faroe Islanders; PREVIEW. SEAN WALLACE 499
Plans for fans test game at Parkhead rejected; PREMIERSHIP. 238
Pollution could worsen Covid; Friends of the Earth demonstrate against delays to low emission zones. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 404
Popov's invite to remaining majors is a no-brainer. 202
PS3m CAB office and flats project; CONSTRUCTION. CHRIS MACLENNAN 253
PS5m tender out for 2,000ft harbour 'crown' wall; CONTRACT. DAVID MCPHEE 421
Putting down roots with house plants. 457
Residents can help shape town centre's regeneration; DEVELOPMENT. MARK MACKAY 229
Restaurants extend Eat Out to Help Out scheme DINING. 298
Road to be built to crash site; Network Rail confirms plans for access route ahead of carriage removal. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 352
Runavik boss in defiant mood as Pittodrie looms; OPPOSITION. 287
Runavik boss in defiant mood as qualifier looms; OPPOSITION. 288
Sanitiser company cleaning up within months; HEALTHCARE. KEITH FINDLAY 210
Scapa Flow masterplan for energy transition; Harbour: PS230m plan for up to 115 jobs. MARK LAMMEY 412
SCDI warns against barriers to trade within Britain post-Brexit; RESPONSE. 282
School repairs backlog is nearly treble 2016 total; MAINTENANCE. DAVID MACKAY 215
Search goes on for missing climber; POLICE. BEN HENDRY 155
Services decline 'significantly' Education of particular concern as Moray report makes 'difficult reading'. DAVID MACKAY 526
Shopping centre's cash help for vital charities; SUPPORT. DANIEL BOAL 184
Singer Harding in cancer battle; PEOPLE. ALEX GREEN 183
Spending gap passes PS15bn, warns report; ? Figure may also rise significantly as only 'initial impact' of Covid featured. DEREK HEALEY 649
Speyside estate covering 9,300 acres goes on the market for PS7.5m; LAND. 220
SPORTS QUIZ. 171
Staggies in bid to host test event; RCFC: Victoria Park 'secure'. ANDY SKINNER 300
Stalwarts of game will be missed by all. 176
Strong pound puts off investors; MARKETS. 208
Super pod of nearly 300 dolphins seen as Hebridean numbers rise; NATURE. 152
Sutherland determined to hit ground running at Caley Jags; Championship: Inverness boss impressed by striker's fitness campaign. ANDY SKINNER 445
Tartan masks inspired by visit to castle; PPE. JOHN ROSS 217
Teen arrested over killings at US protest; Custody: White youth held by police. MIKE HOUSEHOLDER AND SCOTT BAUER 307
The time is just right for youth to rebel and go Beyond the Fringe once again. Alex Bell 874
Tickled pink for kids' fundraiser; Rotary president is taking it on the chin. KIERAN BEATTIE 381
TODAY'S SELECTIONS: MAKANAH SHOULD BE ON MARK IN BEVERLEY BULLET. 157
Tourism collapse costing PS22bn; TRAVEL. KEITH FINDLAY 233
tv highlights. 335
Tweed request in tragic keeper's memory; FUNERAL. 238
Two killed in Wisconsin as protests grow; Victims: Unrest after black man shot. MIKE HOUSEHOLDER AND SCOTT BAUER 301
UK internal market must 'respect devolved powers' Scottish business group critical of Westminster's white paper. KEITH FINDLAY 306
UK' s significance is fading away fast; Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 180
Unpaid work for bottle attack on brother; COURT. JAMES WYLLIE 214
Warning on rates revaluation. KEITH FINDLAY 391
Watchdog blasts 'deeply worrying' council troubles; Audit Scotland has 'limited confidence' in Moray to find solutions. DAVID MACKAY 192
We must celebrate our indigenous tongue. Angus Peter Campbell 860
Wealth of talent shown in top accountants list; Finance: Young north and north-east professionals to fore among 100 stars. KEITH FINDLAY 503
Who said it. 217
Young artistic talent will get extra help from fund; Money and mentoring is offered to ease the strain of pandemic. JOHN ROSS 466

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