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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (August 31, 2020)

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'Devastation' as thugs break into Maggie's centre; Charity already hit by PS240k Covid losses forced to pay clean-up bill. CHRIS MACLENNAN 199
'Give fans green light to return' RCFC: Laidlaw hopes to face Celtic in front of supporters. ANDY SKINNER 478
Anglers salvage annual competition despite pandemic; COMMUNITY. MICHELLE HENDERSON 251
Archie Open golf tournament set to finally tee off after lockdown bogey; CHARITY. DANIEL BOAL 379
Attack on Boulton unwarranted; 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 200
Beware of Torry 'land grab' 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 228
Bid to take meals at shire schools to healthier level; Council: Paper menus to be axed and vegan dishes added to pupils' options. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 376
Boost of PS125k for 'wee tree' planting project; NATURE. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 250
Boskalis rounds off its work on pipeline; Subsea: Multi-million-pound project with Perenco was a first. STAN ARNAUD 336
Bosses predict exciting season ahead; REACTION. 281
Business breakfast to give lowdown on investment options. KEITH FINDLAY 362
Call for clearer guidelines. 192
Call for greater onshore decom safety standards; Conference: Project director says too many workers are still getting hurt. ALLISTER THOMAS Conference news 392
Camping hordes are like 'Viking in e invaders' CORONAVIRUS ? With wild camping emerging as a major issue in the Highlands, Susy Macaulay spoke to locals and tourists about the problem. 905
Chance to learn lessons 'missed' NORTH SEA. 182
Charity walkers airlifted off peak to safety; MOUNTAINS. 245
Cherries further afield; Soft fruit: Family farm is meeting an international demand. 515
Community: Survey backs fines for antisocial behaviour on NC500. 312
Convener stressed bids needed week of scrutiny; BACKGROUND. JAMES WYLLIE 238
Council to tackle backlog of home repairs; HOUSING. SEAN MCANGUS 198
DATE SET FOR KICK-OFF; Highland League season is due to start on October 17, but with only 16 fixtures rather than 32. 395
Davidson joy at getting game in 'season which never was' CRICKET. 320
Death as protesters and Trump supporters clash; US: Man gunned down after fights break out during demonstration. GILLIAN FLACCUS 486
Death as protesters and Trump supporters clash; US: One person gunned down after fights break out during demonstration. GILLIAN FLACCUS 480
Death Notices. 628
Dementia doesn't wait for your financial matters to be in order; I never stop emphasising the importance of having a PoA in place writes Lisa Law, of legal firm Brodies. 512
Directory of rural businesses launched; SUPPORT. STAN ARNAUD 252
Dismay as poverty spending is lower in lockdown; REPORT. CRAIG PATON 227
Distiller gives computer equipment to help pupils; EDUCATION. DAVID MACKAY 218
Dugdale says Scotland's women put off office by online abuse; Politics: Former Labour leader joins calls for action to stop 'toxic culture'. ADELE MERSON 447
Face the music call as ban 'kills' clubs and pubs; Boss says Covid rule 'suffocating' Aberdeen's night-time economy. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 205
Festive food returns to shop shelves; RETAIL. EMMA BOWDEN 238
Free port is a 'bonkers' plan; Warning Tory ambitions could damage local economy. DANIEL O'DONOGHUE 565
Glastonbury aiming for June 2021 return; FESTIVAL. SHERNA NOAH 209
Greig just short of a heroic double on treadmill; ATHLETICS. 352
Hagi back to what he does best after scoring opening goal for Gers. 338
HAMILTON WIDENS GAP; Russell emerges unscathed from harrowing crash as Lewis hurtles towards another title FORMULA ONE. 449
Hard work by Henry paying off as dream is kept alive. 330
Helicopter crash proceedings using video technology; COURT. ALISTAIR MUNRO 267
Holt: We showed true colours. 214
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook 779
Huge demonstration on embattled leader's birthday; BELARUS. 248
In-person meeting anger; ? Council' s licensing committee will convene at the Town House. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 542
Investigations at train crash site to conclude; STONEHAVEN. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 230
Just 'ad' magic; ADVERTISEMENT We're taking a closer look at what makes our working relationship with local and national advertisers so special. 835
Lebanese Hezbollah open to reformist leadership; POLITICS. SARAH EL DEEB 239
Lennon says team was the best Hoops could put out. Neil Lennon stressed 266
Libraries to reopen their doors to city bookworms; COMMUNITY. 170
Livingston's control deserved points. JOHN MAXWELL 234
Maggie's cancer centre targeted in vandal attack; ? Appointments cancelled for clean-up. CHRIS MACLENNAN 520
May puts boot into Buddies. 163
McCrorie is up and running; McInnes: Ross a 'Rolls Royce'. PAUL THIRD 523
MCINNES GLAD MIX-UP DID ADMIX-NOT PROVE COSTLY; Dons make it four out of four to make fourth. PAUL THIRD AT EASTER ROAD 742
Milestone Gaelic menopause poster; CAMPAIGN. MICHELLE HENDERSON 172
Mobile overpayments still an issue, says Which? JAMIE HARRIS 221
Move to close city road for three months; TRANSPORT. 226
Move to delist historic building rejected; HERITAGE. 234
MSP calling for 'full and frank' licensing probe; Concerns over letter to board about venue. JAMES WYLLIE 544
Murray was motivated by 'smugness' of doctor; TENNIS. 351
Music ban 'suffocating' city's nightlife industry; ? Calls to review noise legislation as second bar is forced to close CORONAVIRUS. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 586
New protocols a guide to resolve land use issues; Resource: Applicable to landowners and tenants. BOB MCINTOSH TENANT FARMING COMMISSIONER 436
News of Hollywood star's death sets Twitter record; Internet: Tragic Chadwick Boseman announcement 'liked' 7.1 million times. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 458
News of Hollywood star's death sets Twitter record; Internet: Tragic Chadwick Boseman announcement 'liked' 7.2 million times. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 458
NO NEED TO PANIC; Van Dijk looks on bright side after Community Shield defeat to Arsenal ENGLISH FOOTBALL. 421
Nothing touches our hearts and minds better than film; SMALL BUSINESS FOCUS Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Jamie Baikie, who owns Aberdeenbased corporate film and animation specialist Signal. 779
Official highlights poor behaviour by councillors; Conduct: Squabbling members accused of showing increased 'lack of respect'. DAVID MACKAY 480
On this day. 295
PS1m fund to support new mothers' mental health; CHARITIES. JAMES WYLLIE 332
Pupils kitted out in Hebridean club's football strips; CHARITY. ALISTAIR MUNRO 233
Queen to reign at Ripon; SELECTIONS. 264
Railway station revamp project on track to begin; TRANSPORT. CALLUM MAIN 239
Rescue team original and a Kishorn Commando dies, aged 70; Tributes: Funeral of mountain hero and oil industry pioneer held today. CHRIS MACLENNAN Obituary 457
Response shows 'undeniable' strength of the Union: Barclay; PANDEMIC. 401
Response shows 'undeniable' strength of the Union; PANDEMIC. 394
Revised housing project proposal lodged; PLANNING. 227
Reward offered after Second World War Jeep stolen from barn; CRIME. CALLUM MAIN 336
Ross calls for big spend on road and rail; ? Tory leader urges creation of 'Scottish Dynamo' to rival Northern Powerhouse. DANIEL O'DONOGHUE WESTMINSTER REPORTER 579
Ross calls for big spend on road and rail; Tory leader urges creation of 'Scottish Dynamo' to rival Northern Powerhouse. DANIEL O'DONOGHUE WESTMINSTER REPORTER 579
Rowley says clubs will see extra chance of toppling Brora; FORRES. 291
Schoolgirl, 13, receives accolade for charity work; AWARDS. SEAN MCANGUS 241
Second study on savings survival; FINANCES. 217
Seven-year-old with cerebral palsy completes Ben Nevis climb; Charity: Brave youngster raises more than PS8k. CRAIG PATON 316
Slick and confident Dons are hitting their stride. CHRIS CRIGHTON 310
Speed bonnie eco boat as team puts in training time; Fundraising: Quartet will circumnavigate Skye ahead of transatlantic trip. 454
Staff 'grateful' as tourists return to reopened park; Attraction lost 90% of its funding during three-month closure. MICHELLE HENDERSON 404
STAGGIES BEATEN BY A HEAD; Goal protestations after drab second half earn a red card for manager Kettlewell. ANDY SKINNER AT ALMONDVALE 801
Supporters point to success of UAE model; BACKGROUND. 227
Survivor is now a granny; Milestone: Transplantee discusses experience ahead of Organ Donation Week. KATHRYN WYLIE 485
Tackling troll culture on social media; The Voice of the North. 239
Tactical switch pays dividends. 180
Teenager flies into history; Aviation: North-east glider Finn Hilton becomes Scotland's youngest pilot. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 374
TEENAGER KEEPS HIS NERVE IN PLAY-OFF; Hojgaard secures second European Tour title in just 15 starts with ISPS Handa UK victory GOLF. PHIL CASEY 544
Thai royalists gather in defence of country's monarchy; RALLY. JERRY HARMER 227
THE OUTER HEBRIDES - A GRAND TOUR. 1188
Tonioli 'irreplaceable' says Strictly judge Mabuse; TELEVISION. SHERNA NOAH 251
Trees are so magical - even my flight of fancy in my garden has me spellbound. David Knight 902
Trust's huge reduction in lockdown losses forecast; CORONAVIRUS ? High Life Highland's 'bounceback' and joint approach hailed. CHRIS MACLENNAN 361
Universities offering assurance amid fear of new Covid hotspot; CORONAVIRUS ? Concern they could be 'care homes' of second wave. DANIEL O'DONOGHUE 624
Van Oord awarded harbour contracts; PORTS. STAN ARNAUD 242
Vandals deliver blow to Maggie's centre; CRIME. 223
Venue raising cash for air filter system; BAR. DANIEL BOAL 260
Virtual games just a click away; Traditional Braemar event highlights shared online for last day of season. JAMES WYLLIE 403
Visitors criticise selfish minority for their actions; REACTION. 395
Who said it. 195
Women keen to start own business; SURVEY. 243
WOMEN'S GAME IN SPOTLIGHT. RICHIE RAMSAY COMMENT 510
World of bowls 'will never be the same' after icon's death aged 88. 321
Write a plan for the next national crisis. Eleanor Bradford 999
Yates is edged out after catching leaders; CYCLING. 244
Youngster's 100 miles of running for local causes; FUNDRAISING. CHRIS MACLENNAN 267
Yourbid system earns praise; LIVESTOCK. NANCY NICOLSON 212

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