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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (December 30, 2020)

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'Jigsaw' slots together for community. JOHN ROSS 407
'Kindness and cheer' at New Year's lunch. REBEKAH MCVEY 386
A canter to SNP victory? Think again. James Millar 760
Base provides oilfield technology business route towards growth. 216
Bidding fond farewell to Bond and Tesler, father of copy and paste Bidding fond fa... Iain Maciver 797
Brexit deal has given control of fishing industry. DAVID DUGUID, MP FOR BANFF AND BUCHAN 496
Brora hope it's third time lucky for cup tie. 178
Brown back in Blue Toon colours but with quick return to Cove. 399
Businesses are urged to speak out to build case for bridge replacement. DAVID MACKAY 536
Cabinet papers reveal alternative locations for Stone of Destiny. 232
Caley Thistle manager welcomes SFA's trial of concussion substitutes. 503
County 'can upset the odds' in Leith. DANNY LAW 474
Davis says only way to silence the doubters is silverware for Rangers. 329
Deaths confirmed as care facility hit by an outbreak of Covid-19. 241
Dismay at 'too many breakdowns' as ferry sidelined once more. 446
Ewing in pledge to Scottish potato farmers. 198
Expansion of school into neighbouring building welcomed. 426
Expert says Scottish universities unlikely to get Erasmus reprieve. 221
Fan view. DAVID SUTHERLAND 297
Fashion guru Cardin dies. ALEX GREEN Obituary 290
Five-star United blitz the Baggies. 603
FM in plea to stay home on Hogmanay. ADELE MERSON 585
Footballer fined for scarring opponent for life. 250
Funds to get farms leaner and greener; SUPPORT: The funding comes as a late Christmas present to a trio of projects. GEMMA MACKENZIE, FARMING EDITOR 304
Girl killed in Croatia quake. 351
Green island projects get PS900k boost. RITA CAMPBELL 350
Hernandez nears Pittodrie exit. PAUL THIRD 467
Hogmanay at home painful but necessary; The Voice of the North. 203
HOROSCOPES. CLAIRE PETULENGRO 718
Huntly are hot for place against Sons. CALLUM LAW 547
John Robertson. 331
Leeds blitz Baggies while Blades make unwanted history. 464
Lennon's memories of 'football giant' McLean. 249
Libraries closed and call over ferries as cases mount. 485
Main's made up to be back in the mix. PAUL THIRD 610
Man running 100 miles for support club. RITA CAMPBELL 430
Markets surge appears to welcome Brexit deal. AUGUST GRAHAM 640
Mental health charity keen to help those who are feeling isolated. 496
No health passports for Hampden Euro games. CALUM ROSS 585
Offering hope all year round to young people; Lonely this Christmas? Warm-hearted P&J readers get behind our festive friendship campaign. KAITLIN EASTON 596
Old photos give insight into famed railway line. 510
On this day. 176
Online bangle auction gives charity boost. KIERAN BEATTIE 353
Planning and ability to change will prove vital. Andy Ritchie 640
Pleas by islanders to buy catamaran. RITA CAMPBELL 611
Positive Covid tests in England's top tier reach a season-high. 457
President weeps for composer. Obituary 339
Project aims to make our railways greener. 203
PS1 million electricity upgrade for village complete. 185
PS47m UK aid in fight against famine. 198
PS47m UK aid in fight against famine. 216
Radio station hopes to reduce isolation at bells. 240
Rashford rifles in a last-gasp winner; MANCHESTER UTD 1 WOLVES 0. 580
Red Giant ready to stand tall. KEITH HAMER 195
Residents still feeling effects of Storm Frank. GAYLE RITCHIE 971
Reviewers have too great expectations. JAMES WYLLIE 457
Rise in people looking to faith, say ministers. CALUM PETRIE 617
Ross pledges local planning decisions will take priority. DAVID MACKAY 383
RUGBY UNION: CUMMINGS HAD NO INTENTION OF LEAVING GLASGOW. 244
Scott relishing brother Calum following in his footsteps at Texas Tech. JAMIE DURENT 637
Seventh seed Wade bows out of world championship despite nine-dart finish. 349
Shaw goal at Hibs is to prove a point. DANNY LAW 693
SNP: Key fish landings set to drop. DOUGLAS BARRIE 644
Sound Festival online again. KIERAN BEATTIE 359
SPORTS QUIZ. 178
Storey pops up to rescue point; Caley Thistle 1 Dunfermline 1. ANDY SKINNER AT CALEDONIAN STADIUM 834
Taking a shine to Johnson polish over Euro saga; Letters to the editor Send to - Letters, The Press and Journal, 1 Marischal Square, Broad Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1BL or 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 153
Tenth anniversary sees charity hit PS2m funds mark for Afghanistan. JOHN ROSS 514
Van Gerwen defeats Cullen in thriller as Wade bows out despite nine-darter. 352
VisitScotland hoping tourists will do exactly that in new year ahead. 373
Wee Jim, though 'bigger' than club; Letters to the editor Send to - Letters, The Press and Journal, 1 Marischal Square, Broad Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1BL or 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 291
Well-wisher offering support to Dyer after letter of racist abuse. 324
Wells suspended in time, figures show. ALLISTER THOMAS 550
Who said it. 265
Wilson: Scotland 'a bit frightening'. DANIEL O'DONOGHUE 483
Winter is coming on in 'leaps and bounds'. 253
Worrying rise in deliberate blazes. JAMES WYLLIE 528

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