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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (August 28, 2020)

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'Harsh reality' for firms on catch-up time; INDUSTRY. ALLISTER THOMAS 219
'Right time' to take part in tourism recovery bid; Support: Chance to make difference as body prepares for marketing push. KEITH FINDLAY 419
'Season is over after Covid-19 concerns got to me' North-east athlete shifts her focus to next campaign. FRASER CLYNE 509
'SharkCam' results in food for thought; WILDLIFE. CHRIS MACLENNAN 186
2021 plan for jail work but cost soars to PS92m. EXCLUSIVE BY CALUM ROSS 177
AAB reveals depth of charitable efforts; ACCOUNTANTS. KEITH FINDLAY 269
Aberdeenshire towns looking to bounce back with PS60,000 aid; FUNDING. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 263
Action to tackle impact of Covid-19 on poverty; CORONAVIRUS ? Council 'learned from the past few months to review priorities'. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 397
Agriculture support bill closer to final approval; Economy: Legislation to ease transition to post-Brexit policy passes stage. NANCY NICOLSON 300
Aircraft was 'very close' to US jet fighters; AVIATION. 248
Airline staff call on MP's help to fight BA's plans; Dispute: 'Disappointment' with Ross. SEAN MCANGUS 374
Art gallery secures top UK show; CULTURE. JAMIE HALL 208
Battling spirit comes shining through; SETBACKS. 270
Caeden cannot wait to take on Ben Nevis climb; Challenge: Parents were told he would never walk. EMMA O'NEILL 406
Call for talks on issues over wild camping; TOURISM. 213
Charity cash thief 'spoiled highlight of week for many' Court: Stroke group has not met for two years. DAVID MACKAY 374
Christmas Village called off due to virus concerns; COUNCIL ? Smaller-scale event may be held to benefit traders in the district. JAMIE HALL AND EMMA MORRICE 395
Club plays vital role in urging people not to suffer in silence; Nairn hope to encourage discussion through deal with Mikeysline. JAMIE DURENT 886
Coastal paths to get boost; Tourism: Bid to enhance access to 'one of the best coastlines in the world'. DANIEL BOAL 316
Constitutional issues just never go away. Jim Hunter 863
Consultation on Cairngorm plan extended; LEISURE. GREGOR AIKEN 243
Council's education woes are 'extremely worrying' Finances: MSP says local authority has to act quickly after damning report. DAVID MACKAY 381
COVE RANGERS: HARTLEY'S DELIGHT AS 'TALENTED' LIVINGSTONE SIGNS TW0-YEAR DEAL; SCOTTISH LEAGUE ONE. 277
Danger road to get 40mph limit; ROADS. SUSY MACAULAY 204
Distillery says cheers for Iain's 50 years of service; Anniversary: Whisky warehouseman celebrates milestone with a dram. STAN ARNAUD 520
Do your civic duty to keep city tidy; Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 221
Don't deny Highlands a new prison; The Voice of the North. 225
Experienced Clark the perfect training partner; TEAM-MATE. 259
Faith in youth can pay off for Edinburgh; Rugby union: Cockerill calls on side's youngsters to keep momentum going. 331
Freeman insists contact tracing was not to blame; LOCKDOWN. 246
Graham's named top Scottish brand. NANCY NICOLSON 162
Grants open to businesses in city which offered takeaway services; HOSPITALITY. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 282
Growing calls for licensing chief to quit and say sorry; Senior councillor accused of misleading public over pub opening. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 185
Health board sorry for missing stroke; NHS. ALISTAIR MUNRO 198
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook 700
Hotel guests in fleas claim; Hospitality: Family cut short its stay after complaining of bites it suffered. DAVID MCPHEE 356
Hundreds line streets in train conductor tribute; Funeral: Respects paid as Stonehaven rail disaster victim's cortege passes. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 355
Hunting shares up on dividend; SERVICES. MARK LAMMEY 244
Industry long way from recovery; ENGINEERING. KEITH FINDLAY 260
It was a very pleasing win for us. DEREK MCINNES 276
It's now or never in Aberdeen's quest for qualification. CHRIS CRIGHTON 323
It's showtime for graduate Natalie; Ellie Housemeets an aspiring performer who switched careers to follow her stage dream. 475
Ithaca still hoping to restart projects; Energy: Optimism despite firm falling deeper into red in 2020. MARK LAMMEY 401
Kettlewell: Lions still have claws; RCFC: Boss says Livi still threat. ANDY SKINNER 314
Last orders for licensing boss Boulton? ? Councillor told position is 'untenable' after handling of PB Devco's application. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 667
Last orders for licensing boss Boulton? CORONAVIRUS ? Councillor told her position is 'untenable'. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 780
Launch of new research into equine disease; Grass sickness: Moredun Foundation leads study. NANCY NICOLSON Report 306
Leading entrepreneurs awarded professor titles; UNIVERSITY. KEITH FINDLAY 203
Life-threatening storm hammers Gulf Coast of US; WEATHER. 242
Loan deal struck for Macphee's return to Elgin; LEAGUE TWO. 338
MacKintosh dreams dashed in opening matchplay tie; AMATEURS. 279
Man hacked account and posted intimate picture; COURT. DAVID MACKAY 310
Marginal rise in Neptune spending; EXPLORATION. MARK LAMMEY 249
McInally will run rule over four possible new signings; ? Peterhead manager will use friendlies in bid to add to squad. CALLUM LAW 455
McInnes wants leniency; AFC: Dons boss urges SFA not to pile on the Aberdeen Eight. PAUL THIRD 439
Megallan looks magic at Newmarket; RACING. NICK ROBSON 302
Ministers say 97% of loan letters issued; SUPPORT. 157
Mosque killer jailed for life and no parole; Crime: 51 died in New Zealand attack. NICK PERRY 269
MP apologises after pub picture furore; POLITICS. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 279
Mulumbu could yet be back in Killie colours; PREMIERSHIP. 285
Nasa tribute to pioneer Carr. 328
Need to 'change narrative' over food issues; INEQUALITY. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 177
New Lib Dem leader sets goal of rebuilding party; Davey concedes 'voters don't believe we share their values'. DAVID HUGHES 487
New prison plans progress but cost rises 40% to PS92m; Exclusive: Tenders to build 200-inmate HMP Highland facility can be issued. CALUM ROSS 797
New role focuses on staff welfare; APPOINTMENT. KEITH FINDLAY 187
OAP denies flashing at beach; COURT. 194
On this day. 268
Plan for holiday pods to increase tourism; DEVELOPMENT. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 238
Playpark is vandalised just days after big revamp; CRIME. DAVID MACKAY 180
Police outline how 'safe account' con scheme operates; CRIME. 216
Public get preview amid refurbishment of castle; Online footage to show building's transformation step by step. SUSY MACAULAY 467
Raider smashes way into pharmacy in dawn heist; Police: 'Opportunistic' thief appears not to have targeted controlled drugs. DAVID WALKER 467
Rampant Reds hit Runavik for six; ?Dons one step closer to Europa group stage goal. PAUL THIRD AT PITTODRIE 776
Rampant Reds hit Runavik for six; THE PRESS AND JOURNALFriday, August 28, 2020 EVERY TUESDAY THE PRESS AND JOURNALFriday, August 28, 2020 PODCAST AVAILABLE ON EUROPA LEAGUE QUALIFICATION ?Dons one step closer to Europa group stage goal. PAUL THIRD AT PITTODRIE 776
Record not kept of results in travellers to Scotland; STATISTICS. DEREK HEALEY 265
Retailers in race for online market share; Grocery: Lockdown has delivered boost to shopping on internet. KEITH FINDLAY 335
Return of region's mobile testing centres; HEALTH. DAVID MACKAY 308
School head in running for top award; EDUCATION. 232
Schools: Children 'really vulnerable' in the storm. 254
Schools: Plea to book tests only if youngsters show symptoms. 158
Scotland 'behind rest of the UK' ECONOMY. STAN ARNAUD 233
Scots may have to do without Terrors forward; INTERNATIONAL. 283
Scottish settled status requests top 190k; IMMIGRATION. CRAIG PATON 220
Severe virus risk 'tiny' in y' children; ? Largest ever study finds chance of critical cases in UK youngsters 'rare'. ELLA PICKOVER 638
Staff member's positive test closes pizzeria; RESTAURANT. 158
Steelmen's Fir Park high five after slow start. 291
Taskforce to tackle ageing Scottish population; GOVERNMENT. KATRINE BUSSEY 255
Ten new hi-tech buses added to city fleet; TRANSPORT. KATHRYN WYLIE 214
Toasting 60 years since new era of dram began; Whisky: Macduff led way after war. KATHRYN WYLIE 399
Tokely wants Inverness trio to battle for first-team place; Championship: Veteran backing homegrown youngsters to step up. ANDY SKINNER 499
Traders focus on inflation remarks; MARKETS. 219
Turnbull move to Celtic sets Steelmen record; TRANSFERS. 267
Union a drain on assets and people; Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 217
Unwell offshore workers flown to hospital; COASTGUARD. CHRIS MACLENNAN 223
Walters rings the changes; WORLD OF GOLF ? South African takes the lead while Scots enjoy mixed fortunes. PHIL CASEY 575
Walters rings the changes; WORLD OF GOLF South African takes the lead while Scots enjoy mixed fortunes. PHIL CASEY 575
Warning after bid to scam woman aged 95; CRIME Fraudsters falsely using Highland phone number. CHRIS MACLENNAN 398
We should think again about our attitude to caring and our responsibility for others; Catherine Deveney. 889
Well on their way after striking display; REACTION. 275
Welsh castle to host I'm A Celebrity... TV: Show flits from jungle location. LAURA HARDING 366
Who said it. 226
Woman faces murder bid charge after city flat blaze; Fire: Residents forced to flee flames. 293
Work on jail could go ahead next year; JUSTICE. CALUM ROSS 211
World record set for sheep; LIVESTOCK. NANCY NICOLSON 201

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