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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (February 1, 2020)

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"In this time frame several forts north of the Forth were destroyed by fire" EXTRACT 1 OF 2. 680
'Dawn wn breaks' on brand new post-EU era for UK; ? Johnson promises future of 'hope and opportunity'. DANIEL O'DONOGHUE WESTMINSTER REPORTER 458
'Dawn wn breaks' on brand new post-EU era for UK; ? Johnson promises future of 'hope and opportunity'. DANIEL O'DONOGHUE WESTMINSTER REPORTER 680
'Maze' worries over new traffic proposal; TRANSPORT. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 235
All the latest from around north-east's Young Farmers' institutes. 414
Alloa match vital in promotion push; MANAGER. JAMIE DURENT 292
Analysis: Echoes of New Labour as work starts. DANIEL O'DONOGHUE 214
Analysis: What was said in speech - and what it REALLY means. TOM PETERKIN 362
ANM Group's 30th birthday celebration; Farm Diary Do you have an event you would like us to cover? Write to: FarmDiary, The Press and Journal, 1 Marischal Square, Broad Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1BL Email pj.farming@ajl.co.ukorgemma.mackenzie@pressandjournal.co.uk To purchase the photos, call 01224 343332 or visit www.photoshopscotland.com. 173
Arsenal deal done as United chase a forward; TRANSFERS. 172
Baxter feels back on track; PREMIERSHIP FOOTBALL ? Keeper dreaming of Chelsea but helping Staggies climb table comes first. ANDY SKINNER 517
Beijing reports jump in cases as death toll rises; CHINA. 253
BOILER LOOK SO HOT FOR SPRING; The workwear of electricians, mechanics and Ghostbusters is officially the must-have item for spring/summer. Meet the humble boiler suit, writes Philippa Gerrard. Philippa Gerrard 315
breakfast. 206
Brexit 'makes it easier to win second referendum' SNP. STEFAN MORKIS 278
Brexit is settled - for the time being; 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 254
Brown likes the added comfort of clean sheets; SCOTTISH FOOTBALL ? Peterhead seeking a first of consecutive league shut-outs. CALLUM LAW 629
Budget cuts force closure of council outdoor centre; COMMUNITY. 308
BURNS REMEMBERED. 245
Bus stop victim had 'significant' injuries; Police: Appeal following vicious daytime attack on woman. MICHELLE HENDERSON 395
Cancer survivor, 60, in 310-mile cycle challenge; ? Epic London to Paris attempt by man whose spine was rebuilt. MICHELLE HENDERSON 612
Car firm unveils funding plan; AUTOMOBILES. KEITH FINDLAY 252
Cattle converge in hundreds. 245
Change had to come in camp so its time to face the strain. 275
City gets ready to trip light fantastic again; SPECTRA. 151
Clashes over US plan for Middle East; Israel: Exchange of fire with Gaza. 252
Clear-up on A83 continues after landslip closure; Transport: Operation removes mud and debris. RITA CAMPBELL 378
COASTAL RETREAT; Gullane, near Edinburgh, offers far more than golf and a beautiful beach, as Sarah Howden found out when she enjoyed fine dining thanks to famed chef Tom Kitchin's latest venture and a luxurious spa during her weekend break. Sarah Howden 872
columnist. Recipe 248
Combo Cargo 4x4 is terrain king. 225
CONTENTS. 267
Cool-headed Walsh makes good case for the defence; CALEY JAGS ? Winger says club can handle loss of some key men at the back. JAMIE DURENT 469
Coronavirus virus case found in England; ? Bid to trace contacts after visitors from China take ill. JANE KIRBY 568
critics' choice. 316
critics' choice. 313
Crown season with a title; ? On-loan Kelly hopes to end deal at Cattachs with some silverware. JAMIE DURENT 438
Cruise will take visitors to Up Helly Aa; TOURISM. 248
Daredevil John, 71, takes plunge for charity; PEOPLE. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 313
Day of moves and drama at clubs across the country; ROUND-UP. 330
Day of moves and drama at clubs across the country; ROUND-UP. 346
Death crash trial jury asked to use 'common sense' prior to decision; COURT. ANA DA SILVA 283
Delivery boycott as posties hurt by new letterboxes; Developer defends anti-burglar devices in stand-off with Royal Mail. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 226
Disgraced councillor ordered to pay victim; Sentence: Former deputy provost is defiant despite compensation order. DALE HASLAM 468
Dish to delight every age. Recipe 651
DORIC COLUMN ROBBIE SHEPHERD; To contact Robbie, email yourlife@ajl.co.uk and mark your message FAO Robbie Shepherd. February full-dyke, First a black an then a fite.AAL SAYIN Column 673
Driver who hit three pedestrians banned; Court: Seven-year disqualification after woman seriously hurt. ANA DA SILVA 351
El Makrini keen to steer Kilmarnock clear of drop zone; RUGBY PARK. 357
ELEANOR KAY. 534
England hand a debut to full-back Furbank; PARIS DUEL. 264
EU nationals urged to keep working for NHS; WORKERS. 184
EVENT TO SAVE WESTBURN HOUSE. 184
EVERYONE'S BARCA MAD; Take world-renowned architecture and museums, add beaches and gastronomic delights, infuse with sunshine and a Mediterranean vibrancy, and Barcelona is a winner for everyone, writes Mike Dixon. Mike Dixon 940
Ex-Lib Dem leader issues warning on global security and independence; REACTION. PAUL MALIK 341
Expert urges Scots to remain vigilant; HEALTHCARE. REBECCA BUCHAN 262
Fachie ready to experience time of his life; CYCLING. CALLUM LAW 395
Farmers get Smart as co-op helps with gathering of data. GEMMA MACKENZIE 409
Fashion retailer shares plunge; STOCKS. 279
Firm seeks consent to use vacant business site in city for parking; Council: Move comes as owner struggles to find takers for land. JON HEBDITCH 427
FISHING FOR SOLUTIONS; SATURDAY FOCUS; Experts have warned we have just 20 years to reverse the decline of wild salmon. Ellie House met the people fighting to save not only an ecosystem, but an entire community; FISHING FOR SOLUTIONS. Ellie House 1535
FLOAT YOUR CARES AWAY; Tessa Williams left behind the dreary weather and stresses of life to experience the calm and comfort on offer at the Urban Wellness Hub. Tessa Williams 931
FM urges patience over indyref2; POLITICS ? Sturgeon says vote could have to wait until after Holyrood election in 2021. KATRINE BUSSEY 631
Forest fire sparks state of emergency around country's capital; AUSTRALIA. 231
Forres prove double trouble for Clach; CANAL PARK. 249
FUN OF THE FAIR; If there's one thing you do in 2020, don't miss the GWCT Scottish Game Fair. 562
Fund to boost post-Brexit research links; UNIVERSITY. 287
Funding risk to councils' service levels says report; Politics: Public satisfaction 'declining'. KATRINE BUSSEY 302
GAELIC COLUMN ANGUS MACDONALD. Column 586
Gang conspired in brutal PS4 million jewel robbery; COURT ? Four men targeted salesman who was carrying high-value items. THOMAS HORNALL 409
GEMMA MACKENZIE FARMING EDITOR. 425
Get organised and have a blast in kitchen; The mezzo-soprano from Methlick and vocal coach to the stars. YVIE BURNETT 854
Getting the best deals for wheels; There's no reason to feel intimidated about stepping into a car dealership. In fact, follow these tips and you'll walk away happy that you've got the very best deal possible. 599
GIBRALTAR AFTER BREXIT. GEORGE R MITCHELL 1490
GRILLING AND BEARS. DEREK LORD TV REVIEW Television program review 817
Growth follows acquisition of Fugro's business for more than PS54m; SUBSIDIARY. 265
Harbour project's boost for industry; FISHING. 196
Health worker gets tips on trip to China; THERAPY. JAMES WYLLIE 179
healthy eating. Recipe 523
Helping out leads to career engineering farm progress; Each month we speak to a young farmer. This month we spoke to Fergus Forbes, 22, from Nairn. 658
Horoscopes. Patrick Arundell 714
Islanders strike the jackpot; Money: North Uist isle wins postcode lottery. RITA CAMPBELL 417
It's au revoir to the EU as Boris got Brexit done - now it's bonjour la transition period; The Flying Pigs. 892
It's lights, camera, action for first cinema in town; Film: 'Crazy dream' comes true as group gets to open up new picture house. MICHELLE HENDERSON 426
JF Lehman pays PS190m for Global Offshore deal; ? Global Marine Group secured with takeover due late next month. KEITH FINDLAY 334
Jury in alleged motorcyclists attack case sent home; COURT. 239
Lewis calls on crowd to cheer positive; CAPTAIN. 286
Lobby group member backing proposal; HOSPITAL. 220
Local man recalls Tour star at RGU; Cycling: Bobet taught at university. NEIL DRYSDALE 595
Lorry drama closes A96; Accident: Major delays after overturned HGV blocked route for six hours. KAITLIN EASTON 317
lunchbox. Recipe 263
Managers bolster squads for business end of season; TRANSFERS. 374
Marriage of convenience - enience - then divorce; BREXIT DAY As Brexit finally becomes a reality, our Westminster reporter Daniel O'Donoghue takes a look at how we got here. Daniel O'Donoghue 897
Memorial to Highlanders regiment ready to unveil; Event: Public invited to attend ceremony to reveal sculpture on February 14. CHRIS MACLENNAN 394
Memories wanted for Leanne Fund landmark; CHARITY. 220
midweek meal. Recipe 247
Moray MP tells of 'optimism' on visit to north-east plant; FISHING. REBEKAH MCVEY 162
MP hails possible gritting upgrade for road; COUNCIL. 244
Musicians score tourism campaign; COMPETITION. JAMES WYLLIE 232
MY LIFE ARABELLA WEIR. 561
NAIRN: MCNAB READY TO TAKE ON FORMER SIDE WICK AND NAMESAKE AT STATION PARK; HIGHLAND LEAGUE LATEST. 320
New captain, new stand-off, new quest; Rugby union: Hogg takes over leading role and backs Hastings to do Scots proud in Dublin duel. STEVE SCOTT 763
New Don's licence to thrill; Aberdeen: Venezuelan international puts pen to paper on busy deadline day. PAUL THIRD 415
New era for UK post-Brexit; In my view Robin Dandie. 349
NFUS chips in as farmers row with cancer charities. JIM MILLAR 333
Nurse who took a dog, a car and money from patient gets struck off; Hearing: Mental health professional knew man was vulnerable. RITA CAMPBELL 440
Old foe deserves respect, says City manager; GUARDIOLA. 194
Old foes getting friendly; ? Guardiola says Mourinho rivalry has cooled ahead of Spurs clash. 523
On this day. 188
ORIENTAL INTERIORS; Thousands of years steeped in tradition have influenced Japan's architecture and interior design aesthetic. Now it's going west, writes Philippa Gerrard. Philippa Gerrard 296
Our weekly round-up of the latest news, products, facts and events for foodies; what's hot. Susan Welsh 355
OUT & ABOUT KEN FYNE. 727
Park event to mark anniversary of VE Day; COMMUNITY. REBEKAH MCVEY 240
PET PORTRAITS. 300
Pilot ready to brave new role; Alastair Gossip hears how Pete Winn won a commendation for his work in war zones. 620
Price stays wary of a Brechin backlash as Elgin eye away treble; LEAGUE 2. 462
Pro-independence group stage anti-Brexit protest in Aberdeen; VIGIL. 231
Pupils battle through in tech contest; SCHOOLS. JAMES WYLLIE 194
Recalling islands' POWs; Exhibition: Plea for artefacts made by wartime Italians who built chapel. 405
Recruit has full backing from Dons boss to raise fans' spirits. JAMIE DURENT 563
Recruit has full backing from Dons boss to raise fans' spirits; TRANSFER DEADLINE DAY ? McInnes says signing can excite the Aberdeen support. JAMIE DURENT 563
Red Devils strike late to land Ighalo in loan deal; Ex-Watford forward signs from Chinese club Shanghai Shenhua. 319
Residents' letterbox warning; Device: Royal Mail threaten to halt deliveries to homes after posties report their injuries. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 624
Resounding backing by parents for town's long-awaited campus; Education: Public talks bring support for much-needed build. REBEKAH MCVEY 381
Rice calls for big reaction against leaders; HAMILTON. 283
Room at the top for two old university buddies; GOLF. 332
Rustle up some romance; David Littlewood, chef proprietor at the Tor Na Coille Hotel in Banchory and Kildrummy Inn near Alford, creates two dishes ideal for Valentine's Day. David Littlewood Recipe 325
Sales return for Newhouse Aberdeen-ewhouse Angus. GEMMA MACKENZIE 873
SEEING FOR MILES; Jack P Harland walks one of his favourite Highland viewpoints nestled in the heart of the Cairngorms, Carn a' Mhaim. Jack P Harland 629
Sermon. 182
Skating pro tells of show split-up; TELEVISION. 159
Skinner prepares to compare and contrast Broch and Brora; HUNTLY. 203
Spirit of Speyside planning biggest event yet; FESTIVAL. 195
SSE sees renewable energy output drop; Power: Subsidiary poised to construct 11 more wind turbines. KEITH FINDLAY AND DAVID MCPHEE 323
Staggies Firm up for Killie; Ross County: Displays against Celts and Gers increase the weight of expectation. ANDY SKINNER 429
Star Trek actress 'quite a woman'. 275
STAYING AHEAD; It may only be early February, but 2020 has already revealed a range of coveted new hair trends. With a little help from hairstylist Rebecca Carr and her Kintore salon, Philippa Gerrard found out more. Philippa Gerrard 468
Strategy behind massive cull of deer. 217
Stroke group is a lifeline; ? Owning bus would unlock new range of activities for members. KAITLIN EASTON 367
Students urge action amid job loss worries; ? Claims 'bold steps' needed to protect future of UHI. CHRIS MACLENNAN 386
sweet treats. Recipe 688
Switch of meeting spot for season opening; ANGLING. CHRIS MACLENNAN 220
TABLE'S TRULY SCOTTISH AFFAIR. 195
Taking Heart from example of Jambos. Richard Gordon 545
Teacher's 'heart of gold' Former pupils remember man who guided their studies. REBEKAH MCVEY 383
TEENAGE VOCATION; Anne Grant has helped hundreds of troubled teens find their way in life. Ellie House found out more. Ellie House 870
Tertiary institution is only one of its kind in Scotland; STRUCTURE. 217
the menu's eating out guide; SPONSORED CONTENT. 153
The right way to serve and enjoy the bubbles. 428
Thiem bid to dethrone king of the Laver court; TENNIS. 305
Time to make the best of Brexit; The Voice of the North. 409
TITLE SURGE: I'LL BE SURPRISED IF COVE'S PRIZE GUYS THROW IT AWAY AT CLIFTONHILL THIS TIME. 172
Toast to letting the good times be gin; No longer Mother's Ruin or the Opium of the Masses, but trendy, popular, ubiquitous - and delicious. Susan Welsh packed her pen and notebook for a different kind of school... Susan Welsh 1047
Trump close to acquittal by Senate; UNITED STATES. LISA MASCARO AND ERIC TUCKER 205
Two new Mercedes bright sparks. 272
Varadkar promises a firm line on trade talks, but stays optimistic; IRELAND. 344
Views sought on designs for cross's new platform; HERITAGE. TAMSIN GRAY 193
Vote to strike by varsity lecturers; EDUCATION. 156
Weekend conference for SAYFC North; Farm Diary Do you have an event you would like us to cover? Write to: FarmDiary, The Press and Journal, 1 Marischal Square, Broad Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1BL Email pj.farming@ajl.co.ukorgemma.mackenzie@pressandjournal.co.uk To purchase the photos, call 01224 343332 or visit www.photoshopscotland.com. Conference news 233
When it comes to its food, Jack's Grill is on fire. 829
Who said it. 292
Widen your musical horizons; MUSIC. 416
with alcohol-free cocktails; four ways. Recipe 587
Woman seriously hurt in 'shocking' attack at bus stop; Passenger got out of car and launched assault in broad daylight. MICHELLE HENDERSON 233
Youth hostel's PS40k renovation; TOURISM. SUSY MACAULAY 157
Yule just wild about Harry and feels defender is ready for a higher level; BALMORAL. JAMIE DURENT 467

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