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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (February 22, 2020)

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"Beside me, I can feel my father's hairy hand creep towards his Flintlock pistol" This short-but-sweet novella by children's writer Barbara Henderson features everything from smugglers to quicksand and Rabbie Burns. But the best part? It's based on an entirely true story. Black Water by Barbara Henderson 672
'Best job in world' hailed; Welfare: Insight into role played by military chaplains in the armed forces. NEIL DRYSDALE 443
'Cult' designer inspires show; Exhibition: North-east's Bill Gibb was revered on the 1960s-70s fashion scene. JON HEBDITCH 438
'I'm the real change candidate', says deputy leadership hopeful; LABOUR. 314
'No pressure' on Lampard for dropping PS72m keeper; EPL: Frank reply from manager over current preference for Caballero. 356
'Watch out for one another in stressful lambing season'. GEMMA MACKENZIE 388
A CAPITAL EXPERIENCE; Philippa Gerrard found out how to have a truly relaxing weekend in Edinburgh. Philippa Gerrard 897
A taste of Tullibardine; whisky recipe. Recipe 548
Action charity shuts up shop in Inverurie; Closure: Benefits advice centre blames council funding cuts. KIERAN BEATTIE 379
All-new Hyundai i20 breaks cover. 332
BACKTRACK TO IRELAND; Ron Smith takes the sea route from Scotland to Northern Ireland then drives on to Donegal to explore the old railway network that once linked this landscape - and is now being restored by enthusiasts. Ron Smith 899
Berryden Corridor plans to be submitted; ? Dual carriageway proposals could ease Aberdeen congestion. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 363
Borough Briggs boss calls for consistency to keep play-offs aim; ELGIN CITY. 491
breakfast. Recipe 293
Britons trapped on cruise ship to fly home today; CORONAVIRUS ? Passengers will still be quarantined. 390
Bypass no benefit to bus passengers; Letters to the editor Write to: Letters to the editor, The Press and Journal, 1 Marischal Square, Broad Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1BL. email: All letters are subject to editing and must include your full address and daytime telephone number for verification. Thank you. Letter to the editor 197
Caley Jags suffer same old Tannadice ending; SCOTTISH CHAMPIONSHIP ACTION ? Shankland sends a knockout blow to Inverness' title aim. JAMIE DURENT AT TANNADICE 813
Calls for improvements to A82; CAMPAIGN. 272
Celebrating classic dishes; Two easy-to-make at home flavour-packed recipes from popular Aberdeenshire venue Celebrations of Turriff. Recipe 268
Challenges developers must rise to; The Voice of the North. 237
Charity celebrating donation of PS2,000; CYRENIANS. KAITLIN EASTON 156
Charles meets flood victims; Royals: Prince in South Wales where Storm Dennis has affected homes and businesses. CLAIRE HAYHURST 464
Clock is ticking down on coach's reign; ? Victory is the only way for Townsend at Stadio Olimpico. STEVE SCOTT 776
Clock ticking down for Scots coach; ? Victory is the only way for Townsend at Stadio Olimpico. STEVE SCOTT 772
Company abandons nursing home plans; DEVELOPMENT. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 300
Cosgrove: Dropping me was right solution; ABERDEEN. 370
Council makes shortlist for top UK prize; AWARDS. JON HEBDITCH 234
Council prepares coronavirus contingency plans; HEALTH. JON HEBDITCH 216
Council tax increases and cuts on the horizon; COMHAIRLE. 202
Couple mark their 70 years together; PEOPLE. TAMSIN GRAY 256
Cream of the crop at Newton of Logierait. KATRINA MACARTHUR 648
critics' choice. 339
critics' choice. 331
Cyclists ride roughshod over pedestrians. 226
Death Notices. 1612
Delays expected in purchase of land for road; INQUIRY. 239
Distilled to perfection. 370
Dons face fitness test after late cup drama. PAUL THIRD 173
DORIC COLUMN ROBBIE SHEPHERD; Hoots, Geordie Wabster! Are ee gyaun gyte? Please sir, please sir, 'Twis a' ma mither's wyte!GEORDIE WABSTER - JOHN C MILNE. JOHN C MILNE Column 660
Dropping me was the right call, says Dons frontman; ? Refreshed Cosgrove thinks he and Main can be strike duo. PAUL THIRD 569
Edwards' sole focus is on a French win; CARDIFF. 376
Edwards' sole focus on a win for Les Bleus; FRANCE. 376
End of road for hold-ups? Transport: Council to consider new section of A890 to beat rockfalls. RITA CAMPBELL 418
End of the line for Dot as legend June leaves EastEnders; Television: Actress played character for 35 years. KEIRAN SOUTHERN 353
Energy boost for Dons; Aberdeen: Recovery is key after rigours of midweek, says McInnes. PAUL THIRD 504
Extra rest can be an advantage for County. 179
Faithlie Centre to reopen doors to public; COMMUNITY. REBEKAH MCVEY 211
Fake firm fraudster gets two-year prison sentence; Court: 45-year-old scammed nearly PS50,000 out of finance company. DAVID MACKAY 404
Fake firm fraudster is given two years in jail; COURT. DAVID MACKAY 189
Falling exam pass rates alling spark anger; ? Accusations results were 'sneaked out' after they were published at night. STEFAN MORKIS 667
Family farm's big changes. 158
Family killed in horror crash; Devastation as mum, dad and children die in collision. MICHELLE HENDERSON 513
Family ties will not affect Farrells in match; IRELAND. 307
Farming scholarships ready to drive industry innovation. GEMMA MACKENZIE 322
Forres casualty list eases for test against Turriff ROUND-UP. 261
Foster takes heckling from crowd in stride; ROSS COUNTY. 398
Fresh gig for young indie-rockers The Citrus Scene; MUSIC. 422
From staff to the food, this place is summit else; Mount Everest Blackburn Industrial Estate, Woodburn Road, Blackburn, Aberdeenshire, AB21 0RX t: 01224 790795 w: 715
Frustration at long delay over promised enforcement camera; Community: Safety measure could deter abuse of city bus gate. DANIEL BOAL 383
Funeral service for a reluctant hero; Football: Old Trafford great pulled several teammates from burning plane in Munich. DAVID YOUNG 260
Fury says knockout needed in light of previous judging; Boxing: Pledge not to 'leave anything unturned this time' against Wilder. 481
Game gym-goers say yes to pole dancing challenge; Fundraising: Men agree to get to grips with new skill for prostate charity. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON AND NATALIA FANKULEWSKA 311
Golf club's drive for youngsters; SPORT. RITA CAMPBELL 252
Golf course plan for rare bird sanctuary is rejected; Planning: Government throws out proposal after nature groups protest. RITA CAMPBELL 494
Good news for parents on the council; FAMILIES. KIERAN BEATTIE 239
Grieving mother addresses killer; NEW ZEALAND. ALEXANDER BRITTON 158
Group could get almost PS5,000 for allotment project; MEN'S SHED. KIERAN BEATTIE 233
HAMMER TIMES! What really happens behind the scenes at an auction house? Ellie House met with auctioneer Graham Lumsden to find out HAMMER TIMES! Ellie House 1716
healthy eating. 384
Highland filming talent on show at awards; GAELIC. RITA CAMPBELL 231
Hillwalker dies in fall in Torridon; Accident: Second fatality in four days. ALISTAIR MUNRO 355
Hoops wary of backlash as Killie pay visit; OLD FIRM. 267
Horoscopes. Patrick Arundell 703
Hotel returning to glory; Revamp: Owner hopes to reopen next year - but admits there is work to do. KIERAN BEATTIE 405
Hunting snaps up Enpro Subsea after PS25.6m deal; ? Subsea firm's management team stays intact after acquisition. MARK LAMMEY 313
I hope Caroline is at peace - outpouring of grief shows how much she was loved. 567
Inside Extinction Rebellion. DEREK LORD TV REVIEW - Martyrs or Maniacs? - Channel 5 Television program review 328
It was a wee bit like groundhog [...]. JOHN ROBERTSON 257
Jones is ready for Ireland's high ball tactics; ENGLAND. 272
Jones is wary of Ireland's high ball attacks; ENGLAND. 272
Kate aims to land charity a packet with PS6m target; Alastair Gossip talks to fundraiser who turns crisp bags into helicopter cash. 491
Lampard says no tension around No.1 Kepa; FOOTBALL. 230
Loch Ness route reopening after clear-up; ROADS. RITA CAMPBELL 156
Low-skilled label is 'contemptuous' MSP condemns new immigration rules. DAVID MACKAY 315
lunch box. Recipe 169
Luxury golfing resort fails to get nod; DEVELOPMENT. RITA CAMPBELL 210
Man dead after his quad bike comes off road and plunges down steep slope; EMERGENCY. RITA CAMPBELL 214
Man, 32, breached order by meeting woman; COURT. 190
Manson keen to get off to a flyer in boss role; WICK. 273
McIlroy putting on the style in Mexico; GOLF. 307
midweek meal. Recipe 163
Moray budget's 'stealth' claim denied by leader; COUNCIL ? Opposition says savings plans decisions taken behind closed doors. DAVID MACKAY 376
Movie star Cox tells of parade honour; TARTAN DAY. LUCINDA CAMERON 198
MSP's Doric CD helps raise charity cash; HEALTHCARE. REBEKAH MCVEY 305
Name mysteries behind six top cars. 420
National park homes proposal is approved; Housing: Environmentalists were bitterly opposed to plans. ALISTAIR MUNRO 401
Neilson sees victory as 'big statement' OPPOSITION. JAMIE DURENT 228
North-east town loses two high street stores; Retail: Specialist shoe shop and newsagent will cease trading. REBEKAH MCVEY 377
Northern Spring Show ready to roll. GEMMA MACKENZIE 230
On this day. 210
Our weekly round-up of the latest news, products, facts and events for foodies; what's hot by Susan Welsh. Susan Welsh 322
Pearson warning causes FTSE slip; MARKETS. HENRY SAKER-CLARK 264
Peter's long road to recovery; Father-of-two shares 'gruelling' journey after rare brain condition struck. DANIEL BOAL 414
Players will keep their feet firmly on ground - Hartley; SCOTTISH LEAGUE 2 ? Cove boss says high-flying team not stressed by success. JAMIE DURENT 570
Police put on high alert after racially-motivated killings; Germany: Security chief says authorities cracking down on extremist threat. 415
Prices of postage stamps to rise in March; ROYAL MAIL. 167
Private-equity seller says buyer will 'supercharge' company's growth; STRATEGY. 280
Prolific duo's shoot-out; Broch host Brora in tantalising match as both clubs vie for title. JAMIE DURENT 494
PS1 million extension and nursery opened at school; EDUCATION. RITA CAMPBELL 234
Quality delivers another sell-out. EDDIE GILLANDERS 368
Ready and raring to go; Ross County: Ferguson's side look to take advantage of extra rest. 481
Recognising a life given to serving Red Cross; Volunteer: Alice MacGregor gave up much of her free time to help others. KIERAN BEATTIE 418
Red rollercoaster's gamut of emotions. 727
Red rollercoaster's gamut of emotions. RICHARD GORDON 553
Reds target promotions double as season starts; WOMEN. 314
Refreshed Honda Civic Type R. 313
Report identifies main obstacle to decarbonisation; TRANSPORT. REBECCA BUCHAN Report 376
Report shows a rise in shoplifting and hails war on organised crime; CRIME. JON HEBDITCH 223
Rolled but not rocked: Foster stays cool ahead of his return; ? Ex-Don still riding the wave of his Pittodrie hot reception. 574
Roping them in for bridge jump; CHARITY. RITA CAMPBELL 261
Russia 'trying to re-elect Trump in 2020' UNITED STATES. 234
School dinner 'truths' told. GEMMA MACKENZIE 387
School's culture a success; Primary with pupils speaking 19 languages praised for inclusivity. CALUM PETRIE 441
Scrumptious dairy ad to attract younger fans. 153
Season's over for Carroll ROUND-UP. 194
Season's over for Carroll; ROUND-UP. 194
Second death in four days on hills; OUTDOORS. 155
Sermon. 281
Seven charged over 39 deaths in trailer; VIETNAM. 151
SFA lunacy prevails as they keep Keatings out of a final. DAVID SUTHERLAND 335
Smith has faith in the men who ran France very close; ITALY. 335
SMOCK THIS WAY; Give your wardrobe a feminine makeover this season with a collection of chic smock dresses, writes Philippa Gerrard. Philippa Gerrard 301
Special day shows young folk they are cared about; CELEBRATION. JON HEBDITCH 187
Star of TV and stage dies aged 83. Obituary 226
starters. 263
SUNNY DELIGHTS; Philippa Gerrard is already dreaming of spring. Check out her top sunny picks here. Philippa Gerrard 317
Surgeon to open clinic for cosmetic procedures; Health: First private facility in north. REBECCA BUCHAN 421
sweet treats. 441
Teenager Bollan keen to impress in debut game of loan spell with Blue Toon; LEAGUE ONE. 705
The immigration rules are changing, and what do points make? A prize stooshie; The Flying Pigs. Tanya Souter, lifestyle guru 925
THE NEW NEUTRAL; Freshen up your home with the hottest pastel shades of the season, writes Philippa Gerrard. Gerrard Philippa 323
three ways; with pancakes. Recipe 687
TIME'S UP FOR SERIES. DEREK LORD TV REVIEW Homeland - Channel 4 Television program review 429
TOP HABITS FOR HEART HEALTH; It's a good idea to know if cardiovascular problems run in your family - but lifestyle factors also play a key role. Abi Jackson finds out more. Abi Jackson 936
Top new events venue hailed; AWARD. 187
Trial under way of man accused of killing girlfriend; Court: Ex claims defendant was violent towards her. JAKE KEITH 421
Trump mocks Korean Oscar-winning movie; CINEMA. KEIRAN SOUTHERN 262
Vineyards beat the fire. Carol Brown explores the wines of Australia 977
Waitrose proving popular; CONSUMER. 161
War of words raging ahead of Cardiff clash; WALES. 299
We all lose out with immigration curb; Letters to the editor Write to: Letters to the editor, The Press and Journal, 1 Marischal Square, Broad Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1BL. email: All letters are subject to editing and must include your full address and daytime telephone number for verification. Thank you. Letter to the editor 297
WHAT'S THE STORY? Ellie House; Storytelling isn't just for children, it plays an invaluable role throughout our lives. Ellie House met storyteller Pauline Cordiner to find out more. Ellie House 899
WHERE THE STAGS ROAR; He may have got a little damp on the way, but Jack P Harland met plenty of wildlife as he climbed to the summit cairn at the meeting place of three counties. Jack P Harland 676
Who said it. 220
Woman admits terrorism plot to bomb cathedral; Court: IS sympathiser foiled by undercover police. EMILY PENNINK 517
Young family tragically killed in head-on crash; Mum, dad and two children die in collision on A82 trunk road. MICHELLE HENDERSON 437

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