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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (August 29, 2020)

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'Real concerns' over funding of social care and education; WATCHDOG. DEREK HEALEY 379
'Urgent' call in licensing row; MSP says that board must meet as soon as possible in light of recent events. DAVID MCPHEE 466
200 years. ANNIVERSARY; Garden Centre. 523
A bit of a rum do... 230
A TRIP TO THE EDGE OF THE WORLD; It is 90 years to the day since the community on St Kilda was evacuated. Ellie House spoke with experts to discover the island's enduring appeal and fascinating past A TRIP TO THE EDGE OF THE WORLD. Ellie House 2119
All change at city venue as its boss s gets ready to welcome members; ABERDEEN. KAITLIN EASTON 547
ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE. GEORGE R MITCHELL 1464
Anti-social motorcyclists facing police crackdown; ROADS. KATHRYN WYLIE 240
Bond-themed Aston's 715bhp licence to thrill. 304
Cafe manager says controversial project was essential for opening; HOSPITALITY. KIERAN BEATTIE 427
Cap could give confidence; In my view Hamish Lean. 348
CCTV being installed to protect centre of Broch; CRIME. REBEKAH MCVEY 200
Charities benefit although Tattoo cancelled. DONATIONS BY EMMA O'NEILL 227
Co-creator of Scooby-Doo dies. 247
CONTENTS. 279
Culture bosses hail fund; Multi-million-pound package for venues a 'real shot in the arm'. DAVID MCPHEE 427
Date set for vote to fill council vacancy; POLITICS. 225
Death crash woman gets driving ban; Court: Grandmother killed in collision. DANNY MCKAY 423
Death Notices. 285
Defenders given free rein; ? But Staggies manager warns full backs not to forget main role. ANDY SKINNER 458
DENIM BUT DIFFERENT; Swap the classic little black dress for denim, with surprising results, writes Ellie House. Ellie House 336
Dinner at another house; eating out After five months of eating nothing but home-cooked food, Susan Welsh experiences dining out once more. Susan Welsh 692
Dolphinwatch festival ready to return next month; BY KIRSTEN ROBERTSON. NATURE 217
Dons Eight free to face Hibs at Easter Road; GOVERNANCE. 348
DONS EIGHT FREE TO PLAY. 171
Dons Eight free to play; AFC: Players can face Hibees after SFA hands down suspended sentence. PAUL THIRD 501
Draft Project's fun and funky if ye like being freezin' caul and 15-minute walks tae lavvies; The Flying Pigs. Tanya Souter, lifestyle correspondent 887
Drone delivers kit offshore in 50-mile 'world first' journey; Oil&gas: Equinor offers insight to future North Sea logistics. ALLISTER THOMAS 338
Expert in islands is alumnus of year; EDUCATION. STAN ARNAUD 202
Fairmont set to host one of three new European Tour tournaments; SCHEDULE. 301
Fantastic live venues can survive pandemic nightmare. 412
Final work ongoing at town's PS12m facility to ensure safety; MORAY. DAVID MACKAY 335
Frustrated striker keen to get back playing for Blue Toon; PETERHEAD. CALLUM LAW 301
Fury over bridge silence; Transport: Council may make car ban permanent despite group's efforts. 394
GAELIC COLUMN ANGUS MACDONALD. Column 544
Gearing up to pay tribute; Charity: Fundraiser to cycle North Coast 500. 403
Gerrard warning despite Morelos reaction; RANGERS. 283
Get your pulses going; vegetarian. 472
Goalie aiming to grab spot in group stages; LEWIS. 353
Group opposes wind project plans; ENERGY. 249
Hamilton: It's lonely at top due to Covid-19; Formula One: Briton tells of feeling isolated in virus bubble. PHILIP DUNCAN 748
Harry Hill's World Of TV - BBC2. DEREK LORD TV REVIEW Television program review 310
Haulier makes guilty plea; Court: Man admits role in deaths of 39 Vietnamese migrants found in lorry. EMILY PENNINK 378
healthy eating; Mushroom and walnut ragu. Recipe 726
Heated debate on adult venues survey; LEISURE. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 229
Highland dancers step up to charity challenge; FUNDRAISING. CHRIS MACLENNAN 284
Hogmanay fireballs' fate hangs in the air; ? Stonehaven festival could go ahead - but with locals only. 344
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook 817
How Scottish salmon farmers are transforming communities in the Highlands. LAURA COVENTRY 890
Hydrogen can help fuel recovery, says Bamford; Entrepreneur thinks Scotland has what it takes for leading role. KEITH FINDLAY 350
Iacovitti targeting a top-six spot; RCFC: Defender has lofty goals. ANDY SKINNER 337
Invest in your future at Royal Arch Riverside Park; ADVERTISING FEATURE New holiday village offers investment opportunity and home-from-home for lodge owners. 396
Islanders used sea to communicate with outside world; POST. 258
Joint PS400k plan to improve rural visitor hotspots; TOURISM. DAVID MACKAY 237
Keen gym fans have booked up for a midnight treat at leisure centre; INVERNESS. ALISTAIR MUNRO 538
Keen gym ym fans prepare for a midnight workout; Council's leisure centre to reopen with special session. ALISTAIR MUNRO 864
Keeper in most valuable save of his life; PEOPLE. MAX MCLEAN 251
Kilted Chef will showcase skills at virtual event; Spectacular setting promised for demo. DANI OLLEROVA 454
Klopp is expecting intense season at Liverpool; ENGLAND. 281
Lights, camera, cooking; Lockdown brought an unexpected bonus for superchef Gary Maclean, writes Susan Welsh. Susan Welsh Recipe 1086
Livingstone is delighted to land deal with Cove; ? Defender brought north by call from assistant boss Young. JAMIE DURENT 462
Man airlifted to hospital after four-car collision; Accident: Emergency services scramble to horror smash on the A98. KATHRYN WYLIE 457
Manhunt after car blaze; Crime: Residents tell of explosion fear and man seeming to break windows. CHRIS MACLENNAN 483
midweek meals meals. Recipe 788
MIGRAINES DEBILITATE SUFFERERS; Far more than 'just a headache', there's still a lot of misunderstanding around migraine. Lisa Salmon talks to neurologist Dr Ben Turner. Lisa Salmon 859
Milestone for helicopter; Stornoway-based outfit has carried out 1,000th job since 2013. CHRIS MACLENNAN 345
MOM'S THE WORD NOW; Thought mom jeans were frumpy? Think again, writes Ellie House. Ellie House 448
Morale-boosting 24 hours for Aberdeen. RICHARD ORDON 567
More starts on agenda for in-form Red Hedges; ? Winger targets consistency to keep his place in Dons team. PAUL THIRD 554
More starts on agenda for in-form Red Hedges; Winger targets consistency to keep his place in Dons team. PAUL THIRD 554
Mum and daughter puzzled it out to win PS100; COMPETITION. KATHRYN WYLIE 252
MY LIFE HUGH MCMILLAN. 375
NEW FICTION. 206
NFU calls for certainty over LFASS payments. 158
North woman will tackle heights of Andes volcano; FUNDRAISING. MICHELLE HENDERSON 247
Norwegians find Scottish boat decade after launch; Mailboat marked 80 years since the evacuation of archipelago. LUCINDA CAMERON 549
On this day. 221
Our country needs elite to succeed; Letters to the editor Write to: Letters to the editor, The Press and Journal, 1 Marischal Square, Broad Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1BL. email: pj.letters@ajl.co.uk All letters are subject to editing and must include your full address and daytime telephone number for verification. Thank you. Letter to the editor 189
Paperboy puts trip blow to good use for hospital; Charity: Youngster hands over money he raised for Costa Rica assignment. KAITLIN EASTON 407
Plan to build 20 homes refused; DEVELOPMENT. 244
Players told to focus on bid for 10 in a row; CELTIC. 276
Plea for hillwalkers to prepare properly after four require help; OUTDOORS. DANIEL BOAL 241
PM returning to Scotland in new Tory push; Party to go on the 'offensive' as polls show rising support for independence. EXCLUSIVE BY DAN O'DONOGHUE WESTMINSTER REPORTER 439
Police cuts have added to litter problem; Letters to the editor Write to: Letters to the editor, The Press and Journal, 1 Marischal Square, Broad Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1BL. email: pj.letters@ajl.co.uk All letters are subject to editing and must include your full address and daytime telephone number for verification. Thank you. Letter to the editor 251
Portrait of former Lord Provost unveiled; CEREMONY. DAVID WALKER 281
Protest group takes aim at banks; ENVIRONMENT. 234
Pub regulars provide comfort; Widower hails welcome at local inn after he lost his wife earlier in the year. DAVID MACKAY 382
Reality to strike again at Goodwood; RACING SELECTIONS. ANITA CHAMBERS 330
Reopening sports centre 'feels like World Cup final' Aberdeen Sports Village excited to be back in action. KAITLIN EASTON 904
Rescued otter being made ready for a return to wild; Nature: Cub is eating well, growing, and a 'little less bold around humans'. 387
Residents vow to battle 'unwanted' energy park; Technology: Locals claim ambitious plan would rob Torry of green space. DAVID MCPHEE 439
Rory's Covid-19 story was inspirational. The mezzo-soprano from Methlick and vocal coach to the stars YVIE BURNETT 872
SAVOURING SCOTLAND; Slow down, relax and enjoy all that Scotland has to offer, writes Susan Welsh. Susan Welsh 1047
SCOTLAND: DYKES SHOULD PROVE A REAL ASSET FOR DARK BLUES BOSS CLARKE GOING FORWARD. RICHARD GORDON 157
SEAN'S GREAT SCOT; Sean Connery: In His Own Words - BBC2. DEREK LORD TV REVIEW Television program review 537
Sermon. 162
She didn't want to die. She really didn't want to die here, in this street, in this city'. Sins of the Fathers by James E Mack 928
Silence is golden for big drive by charity; ELDERLY. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 251
Simple answer to Trident question; Letters to the editor Write to: Letters to the editor, The Press and Journal, 1 Marischal Square, Broad Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1BL. email: pj.letters@ajl.co.uk All letters are subject to editing and must include your full address and daytime telephone number for verification. Thank you. Letter to the editor 154
SOLUTIONS. 152
SOLUTIONS. 155
SPORTS QUIZ. 193
START WITH FRESH PAGE; Emma Christie swapped journalism in the north-east for life as a tour guide in Barcelona. She told Ellie House how her former career influenced her first book, The Silent Daughter. Ellie House 963
starters; Baked tuna, walnut and breadcrumb balls with tartare dip. Recipe 162
Stocks hit by surging pound; MARKETS. 238
Stokes happy to be back after travels around the globe; LIVINGSTON. 324
Sturgeon slams pressure to get back into offices; FM vows not to tolerate any intimidation. 434
Terrific tiffin treats; kids' kitchen Perfect for lunch boxes or ideal as a snack, there really is something special about tiffin. Recipe 371
Texels excel on world stage. LYNSEY CLARK 459
THE LUXE EFFECT; Jacqueline Wake Young picks out the classy pieces you're sure to take a shine to this autumn. Jacqueline Wake Young 328
Things to think about before the big switch. 740
Time to link up supply chains. STEPHEN YOUNG HEAD OF POLICY AT SCOTTISH LAND & ESTATES 588
To contact Robbie, email yourlife@ajl.co.uk and mark your message FAO Robbie Shepherd DORIC COLUMN ROBBIE SHEPHERD. Stottin is bouncing And stappit is full Shooglin is shaking Scots words are so cool A WHEEN SCOTS WI Column 649
Top MP 'frustrated' over city councillors situation; LABOUR. TOM PETERKIN 358
Top tier set for test events; RETURN. 191
TRACKING DOWN A PIECE OF HISTORY; Gayle discovers a 'lost' railway line in Glenshee which opened 100 years ago. 1092
Training resumes next week for Glen Urquhart; SHINTY. 350
Two new firms give hope for high street shopping; RETAIL. REBEKAH MCVEY 245
TWO TALES OF A CITY; Jacqueline Wake Young visits Edinburgh before and after lockdown, exploring Surgeons Quarter and experiencing top attractions as they reopen with new Covid safety measures in place. Jacqueline Wake Young 927
Unmissable opportunity presented by action plan must be seized; OPINION. JO BAMFORD EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN, RYSE HYDROGEN AND JOHN MOREA CEO OF GAS DISTRIBUTION COMPANY SGN 277
Vote for gin to win at festival. 836
Waring back in the game; ? Englishman says key to his success is not to 'overthink' things WORLD OF GOLF. PHIL CASEY 638
Warriors make capital gains; Rugby union: Glasgow derby victory. 509
Warriors make capital gains; Rugby union: Glasgow derby victory. 531
We can never go back to the way it was; The P&J The Voice of the North. 244
what's hot. Susan Welsh 310
Who said it. 230
YOUR PHOTOS PORTRAITS; PET PORTRAITS. 378

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