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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (August 4, 2020)

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'Pods' could see patients take their own readings; ? Bid to boost hygiene and maintain social distancing at hospital. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 327
'Stark reminder' of lockdown's impact on firms; CONFIDENCE. MICHELLE HENDERSON 430
Accused banned from touting for work; COURT. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 242
Bank blunder left woman in limbo over missing PS5k; Finance: Money put into stranger's account in error. CHRIS MACLENNAN 349
Banned driver is jailed after accident; COURT. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 246
Block on talk of schools chief's exit; COUNCIL. ALISTAIR MUNRO 241
Boom time for Aberdeenshire property market; Buyers are flocking to snap up homes in scenic, rural areas, writes Susan Welsh. Susan Welsh 746
Call for extra cash to tackle problem of 'scourge of idiots' COUNCIL. ALISTAIR MUNRO 509
Check vehicles' MoT status and driving licence renewals. GEMMA MACKENZIE 199
City's comedy festival cancels for 2020; EVENTS. JAMES WYLLIE 239
Consultation to target accident blackspot on A9; Roads: Experts brought in for notorious junction. CHRIS MACLENNAN 471
Cost to Scotland of rural crime rockets to PS2.3m; Trends: Biggest percentage increase seen north of the border, says insurer. FLORA THOMPSON 310
Covid comparison just not possible; Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 210
Credentials for a perfect 10. 228
Crofter airlifted from hill dies in hospital; TRAGEDY. JOHN ROSS 174
Days like these I can do without, whether or not I am actually aware of them ... Helen Brown 878
Deal to boost UK's ability to manufacture vaccine; ? Government signs agreement with pharmaceutical company. ELIZABETH ARNOLD 380
Debutant impresses McInnes; ABERDEEN FC. 152
Demand for action over 'er 'dirty' camping; ?Communities across Scotland unite in bid to stem flood of unregulated visitors. JOHN ROSS 661
Distillery ready to offer dram fine welcome; TOURISM. SEAN MCANGUS 202
Dons add new dimension; AFC: McInnes enthusiastic about loan striker Edmondson's early impact. PAUL THIRD 477
Effort to boost economy around the UK; POLICY. 254
Evidently a pressing problem. Ducan Shearer 499
Fashion brand to axe 65 jobs; ? Johnstons of Elgin looking to restructure after downturn due to Covid-19. REBECCA BUCHAN 399
Festival shows are given digital platform; ARTS. LAURA PATERSON 204
FM inquiry is relaunched; Probe: Investigation into Sturgeon's meetings with Salmond gets go ahead. DEREK HEALEY 433
Focus on independence - not infighting. Campbell Gunn 880
Free port bid to secure jobs for 50 years; Drive to win Cromarty Firth status that can 'regenerate region'. EXCLUSIVE BY STAN ARNAUD 198
Fresh feats boost endurance runner's drive; CHALLENGE. 276
Grim facts will stop us borrowing; Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 221
Hi-tech scarecrow trial is offshore 'game-changer' Health and safety: New way of tackling the menace posed by seabird guano. HAMISH PENMAN 473
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook 772
Hotel plans 'virtual hunting' experience; Application: Cruelty-free concept would be first in Scotland. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 401
Housebuilder hails 25% sales surge since return; Property: People planning to stay working from home seek new places to live. REBECCA BUCHAN 279
Husband pays tribute to 'kind and generous' wife; Obituary: Dedicated north-east lawyer and mum-of-two dies aged 40. KATHRYN WYLIE Obituary 416
I thought it was deserved. I know [...]. STUART KETTLEWELL 291
Increase in profits and turnover at legal firm; Results: Brodies' cash balances rise. REBECCA BUCHAN 452
Individuals careless with others' health; The Voice of the North. 261
Inventor of 'mouse' dies aged 91. 358
Islamic State group attacks prison; AFGHANISTAN. 222
Man says he feared for life during attack; COURT. 251
Many benefits to growing protein crops in country; Farming: New strategy could enhance food security Scottish Tenant Farmers' Association chairman Christopher Nicholson discusses the need for more homegrown protein. Christopher Nicholson 516
Mellon builds as Arabs sign up Edwards; ROUND-UP. 284
Memory bank to serve as reminder of circus group's legacy; TRIBUTE. REBEKAH MCVEY 222
Mental health impact of crisis mapped; RESEARCH. CLAIRE HAYHURST 193
More than 40 hot air balloons take part in flypast; EVENT. CLAIRE HAYHURST 204
O'Sullivan underlines why they call him Rocket; SNOOKER. 273
On this day. 275
Open Studios events will help people 'get inspired' ? 'Physical trail' gives chance to get insight into creative process. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 452
Pandemic puts another firm into administration; ECONOMY. SEAN MCANGUS 297
Passenger ship cancels planned trips to Scotland; CRUISES. 274
Patience is key in new normality; ICT: Gardiner says there's no Caley Jags recruitment rush. ANDY SKINNER 372
Petrie back at SFA five weeks after surgery; GOVERNANCE. 267
Poultry facing bird flu threat; RESEARCH. GEMMA MACKENZIE 184
Pre-tax profits plunge at HSBC; BANKING. 200
Proposed free port may create and secure firth jobs for decades; ? Steering group will push free trade zone bid to try harness post-Brexit renewables potential. STAN ARNAUD 969
Proposed free port may create and secure firth jobs for decades; ? Steering group will push free trade zone bid to try to harness post-Brexit renewables potential. STAN ARNAUD 969
Putting the space issue to bed. Jim McColl Gardening Notes 940
Quarantine policy needs more testing; STUDY. NEIL LANCEFIELD 353
Quiet spell gives some time out for prep work; ? With all events cancelled, Cooper looks ahead to 2021. FRASER CLYNE 469
Rare coin valued at PS162,750 is on sale; HERITAGE. THOMAS HORNALL 292
Reimbursement of patients who travelled 'sits with health boards' NHS. 369
Robinson laments Steelmen's profligacy; MANAGER. 273
Ross pairing will be good but not easy - Davidson; Politics: Being 'thrawn' seen as asset for Scottish Tory leadership favourite. TOM PETERKIN 610
School in line for PS1.7 million worth of improvements; Education: Upgrade will include new fitness suite. KATHRYN WYLIE 342
Scotland-built naval ship takes to the seas; FORCES. MICHAEL DRUMMOND 269
Spectacular property has an Edge; One of Scotland's most admired contemporary homes hits the market, writes Susan Welsh. Susan Welsh 427
Staggies off to flyer as Stewart settles opener; ? Striker spot on as Donnelly blows chance at leveller. ANDY SKINNER AT VICTORIA PARK 825
Sturgeon disturbed by photos of revellers flouting distancing; HOSPITALITY. TOM PETERKIN 517
Teaching job was key to Boyle's move; PETERHEAD. CALLUM LAW 284
That's entertainment: Cove will keep good times rolling; ? Safety first but Moorhouse looking forward to football's return. JAMIE DURENT 702
There might never be a Covid 'silver bullet' WARNING. THOMAS HORNALL 191
Thousands of people face evacuation from wildfire; Miles of dry brush and timber consumed as blaze grows in size. 314
Traders boosted by PMI figures; MARKETS. 262
Tributes paid to former SDLP leader John Hume; Nobel Peace Prize was awarded for role in ending the Troubles. DAVID YOUNG 588
Trust boss issues a special invite to potential visitors; CEO looks to Scots for support amid dearth of overseas tourists. MICHELLE HENDERSON 408
tv highlights. 357
Veteran mic man Clive for Rangers TV role; IBROX. 228
Warning as cases linked to city bar double; ? Observe distancing or risk local lockdown, citizens told. DAVID MCPHEE AND ALASTAIR GOSSIP 867
Well boss Robinson could be Cherry-picked; MANAGERS. 248
Where to get the most for money; Your property pound may go further in Wick and Thurso, writes Susan Welsh. Susan Welsh 403
Who said it. 243
Why rugby is out of touch; Comment: Sport's in limbo but the oval ball game is planning grand return. NEIL DRYSDALE 776
Work on massive subsea power link cable to begin soon. HAMISH PENMAN 208
Zero actions against big value frauds; LAW. CONOR RIORDAN 210

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