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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (August 5, 2020)

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'A heartfelt well ell done' to pupils; ? Youngsters across the region praised for their r hard work. KATHRYN WYLIE 819
'Abattoir animals distress' of retail proposal; PLANNING. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 252
'Pop-up bars to blame for queues' SAFETY. DAVID MCPHEE 335
'Third of Britons plan to take UK break' TRAVEL. VICKY SHAW 246
'We're fighting a tactical battle ore over city cluster' ? FM says she will step in if necessary and does not rule out a local lockdown. ADELE MERSON 752
'Year of two halves' for global drinks producer; Covid-19: Diageo chief executive said pandemic has presented 'challenges'. STAN ARNAUD 512
1,100 restaurant roles at risk; Pizza Express could close around 67 establishments under restructuring. HENRY SAKER-CLARK 418
24-year-old's desperate plea for a 'miracle drug' NHS: Cystic fibrosis sufferer needs medication not yet licenced in Scotland. CALUM PETRIE 438
A whole world of Discovery; Alan Douglas puts the Land Rover Discovery Sport through its paces. Alan Douglas 736
Achievement: Pandemic pushed girl's career decision. 324
All revved up with places to go; Vicki Butler-Henderson is happy to see return of motorsport after its long shutdown YOURCAR COLUMNIST. Vicki Butler-Henderson is happy 457
At least 60 killed by explosion in Beirut port area; Lebanon: Fires rage on as 3,000 are left injured. 381
Bars shutting amid worries over outbreak; ? Precautionary measures taken by city pubs linked to customers with Covid-19. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 690
Boss laments one of the 'most challenging' times in sector's history; INDUSTRY. 294
Bosses plan cycle event's 2021 return; ? Strathpuffer marathon to be altered to meet Covid guidance. JOHN ROSS 315
BT urged to let staff keep jobs by working at home; EMPLOYMENT. JAMES WYLLIE 299
Budding DJ hopes to inspire other disabled people; SOCIETY. JOHN ROSS 320
Call for the demolition of council 'firebug magnets' Community: MSP fears former school may not be only target for vandals. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 484
Calls to increase A90 safety levels; Accidents rise as traffic close to normal. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 386
Celebrate our decommissioning capabilities; 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 183
City yet to offer bicycle repair scheme; HEALTH. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 214
Claims Tory frontrunner Ross target of SNP smear; Politics: Tweet alleging Moray MP was 'racist' branded an 'outrageous slur'. TOM PETERKIN 426
Council houses proposal back on track; PLANNING. KAITLIN EASTON 210
Council plans pupils' return but says outbreak might have impact; SCHOOLS. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 367
Cyclist takes high road to help charity; People: Challenge for MND sufferer. JAMES WYLLIE 398
Dixons Carphone to axe 800 jobs under overhaul; RETAIL. 241
Don won't be hamstrung; McKenna determined to put injury woe behind him at long last. PAUL THIRD 505
EasyJet adding flights as demand takes off; AVIATION. NEIL LANCEFIELD 220
Endless excitement from Elise; Lotus has made its already-excellent Elise lighter and more powerful. Your Car tests it out on the twisty stuff. 774
Ex-SNP communications chief seeks nomination; HOLYROOD. CRAIG PATON 319
Ferry service is in need of funding to stay afloat; Orkney Ferries faces bankruptcy as it fights to keep vital link. JOHN ROSS 462
First organic salmon harvested from Loch Ewe; FISH. STAN ARNAUD 219
FM defends SQA over moderation; GRADES. TOM EDEN 317
Fossil fuels 'smaller, but core' part of BP business; Hydrocarbons to be 'engine of value creation' in net-zero drive. MARK LAMMEY 335
FTSE is buoyed by BP's decision; MARKETS. 292
Fury at secret talks over departure; COUNCIL. SUSY MACAULAY 195
Gallagher shares blame after Well's bad night; STEELMEN. 362
Heavy rainfall leads to flooding alerts; WEATHER. KAITLIN EASTON 233
Highland sides could miss out on Scottish Cup magic; Proposed competition shake-up bad news for non-league clubs. JAMIE DURENT 685
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook 758
Inquiry into death of skipper killed by falling crane; INCIDENT. 257
Isaac delighted he took the fast Layne to fitness Peterhead: Striker itching for kick-off. JAMIE DURENT 352
Jubilant: Head teacher's tribute to 'brilliant' students. SEAN MCANGUS 336
Keeping gyms shut is hurting health; 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 187
Man who spat at officers is jailed; COURT. 181
Man, 35, jailed for biting officer on leg; COURT. 250
McKenna has eye on Euro 2021; SCOTLAND. 161
MPs slam government's handling of quarantine; 'Critical errors' let Covid-19 spread swiftly, claims committee. FLORA THOMPSON 513
Murphy shocked at Crucible; Snooker: Former champ left reeling after losing out to Saengkham. MARK STANIFORTH 563
Mushroom cloud explosion rocks Beiruit port area; Lebanon: Devastating blast 'at fireworks depot'. 378
On this day. 186
Overall drop in traffic incidents last year; CASUALTIES. 163
P&O Cruises to take delivery of new vessel 'before the autumn' TRAVEL. NEIL LANCEFIELD 203
Patient receives apology from board; HEALTH. CHRIS MACLENNAN 204
Plea to public over seeds from China. GEMMA MACKENZIE 192
Politicians must focus on Covid; 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 187
Push on UK pork hailed as success; CAMPAIGN. GEMMA MACKENZIE 199
Rangers recruit two to bolster frontline; TRANSFERS. 266
Rescuers ask public to be cautious on the coastline; ? Moray volunteers have seen a large spike in call-outs since May. SEAN MCANGUS 422
Results don't define pupils' futures; The Voice of the North. 260
results. are esults 'cause for celebration' ? Pass rates improved despite unprecedented and d challenging year. ALISTAIR MUNRO 875
Retail park is left awash with litter; Waste: Pledge to step up patrols as bins overflow. MICHELLE HENDERSON 370
Ritchie focused on semi-finals; RUGBY UNION. 165
Schools to tackle 'cough bullies' in back-to-class plan; Councils announce measures as kids prepare for new term. SUSY MACAULAY 210
Scottish firm lands PS1m Japan beef export deal; Produce: AK Stoddart says contract is important step forward for company. GEMMA MACKENZIE 300
Second chance at history; Scotland: McKenna has Euro 2021 in his sights after hamstring injury. PAUL THIRD 439
Shop being demolished to clear way for block of flats; Property: Charity vacates premises for affordable housing development. MICHELLE HENDERSON 445
Solskjaer still up for Sancho big splash-out; Europa: United can finish off LASK. 419
Spaceport gains seal of approval by government; Proposal: Campaigners call project 'damaging'. ALISTAIR MUNRO 461
SPORT ON TELEVISION. 228
Stars pay tribute to film legend. 371
Stewart's on a mission; RCFC: Staggies striker out to show last season was no fluke. ANDY SKINNER 468
Strategy pleases some of firm's critics; RESPONSE. MARK LAMMEY 214
Sturgeon defends system for tracking and tracing; TESTING. ADELE MERSON 348
Tartan Pro Tour to tee off; Lawrie in drive to get players ready to take off at Carnoustie. PAUL THIRD 596
Taylors Industrial Services makes new senior appointments; ADVERTISEMENT Waste firm Taylor-made for success - family tradition upheld by fourth generation. 630
That's Huawei to do it! Technology keeps driving language to be fit for repurposing. Iain Maciver 879
Theatre: Pantomime called off. 167
Top award for father and son sheep breeders; History: Thomson's Cheviot flocks go back to 1941. GEMMA MACKENZIE 322
tv highlights. 358
Two new deacons ordained during Covid-19; RELIGION. REBEKAH MCVEY 205
Viking canal rediscovered; Heritage: Researchers uncover fascinating evidence of long lost waterway. JOHN ROSS 401
Virus brings out best and worst in people. Ron Ferguson 640
Warning for pupils o arning over coughing; EDUCATION. SUSY MACAULAY 489
Who said it. 241
Woman fined for 'offensive' online tirade; Court: 57-year-old posted transphobic comments to ex-councillor's Facebook. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 342
Woods gearing up for tilt at his sweet 16th; USPGA. 264

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