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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (July 27, 2020)

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'Long-term trends' hit leather demand. GEMMA MACKENZIE 191
'Second wave' was always a potential risk; The Voice of the North. 236
4G mast plan to give wifi and phone signal a boost; Technology: Positive response by long-suffering residents and businesses. CHRIS MACLENNAN 419
Airlines hit by 'hammer blow' U-turn; ? Government's Spanish quarantine rule reversal branded 'shambolic' by Lib Dems. 622
An insatiable hunger for success led John to cook up his club idea; Each week, we ask small businesses some key questions. Here we speak to John Murray, founding director of the Highland Food &Drink Club. 778
Auctioneers prepare for resumption of live events; SALES. JAMES WYLLIE 255
Beauty spot cars break-in witness appeal; POLICE. 220
Bid for mentally healthy football culture; WELLBEING. 240
Blair says Johnson is not the person to save United Kingdom; BREXIT. TOM PETERKIN 212
Boost to research on value of public libraries; STUDY. KIERAN BEATTIE 235
Bounce game could be a fillip for Filip. 299
Brexit is turning into a bad dream; 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 195
BROAD'S ON THE BRINK; Burns hails England team-mate as he closes in on 500 Test wickets in series with Windies. RORY DOLLARD 547
Brown commits to fifth term at Balmoor. 277
Bryson champing at bit; AFC: Fit-again Don ready for big kick-off after goal against Hibs. DANNY LAW 511
Chance to take path to enlightened world. Len Ironside 862
Cherries sink Toffees but still a bad taste. 366
Clarity needed on 'dirty camping' 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 191
CLIMB WILL CONTINUE; Young tipping Balmoral side for success. JAMIE DURENT 416
Common good fund plan to aid city; ? Councillors will consider proposal to help local economy recover from Covid. SUSY MACAULAY 629
Common myths over finance debunked; INSIGHT. VICKY SHAW 187
Confidence returning to small firms in Scotland; Research: Figures show index jumped but businesses face hard journey back. STAN ARNAUD 296
Cormack calls for root-and-branch 'rebranding'. 320
Covid: Outbreak in Oban should be seen as a 'wake-up call' for all. 159
Crowd experiment 'success' but viability warning issued. 253
Deal for Doohan close; County: Celtic keeper set for loan move after trialist appearance. DANNY LAW 447
Death of Gone With The Wind screen legend, 104; SHOWBUSINESS. ALEX GREEN Obituary 309
Degree to ease burden on NHS staff; HEALTH. DAVID MACKAY 240
Dentists fear bankruptcy unless Covid straitjacket is loosened by government. David Knight 933
Domestic tourism to give timely boost; COVID-19. 193
Fears pupils could get lower grades; EDUCATION. EMMA O'NEILL 230
Fears town could miss out on second summer season; Community: Replacement bridge looks likely to be delayed due to Covid-19. SEAN MCANGUS 503
Festive spike in money worries; COVID-19. 176
Fighting talk at Redcar; Selections: Timing looks spot on as Crisfords eye victory. NICK GRANT 415
Florist business growing despite global pandemic; NORTH-EAST NOW ? Paper and Petals diversified and adapted to survive lockdown. KARLA SINCLAIR 677
Forecaster downgrades UK's economic outlook. STAN ARNAUD 239
Former champ has too much for Till; MMA. 232
Former LR staff taking destiny in own hands; Work: Many have set up on their own. ALLISTER THOMAS 439
Friends' 24-hour golfing challenge for NHS; FUNDRAISING. SEAN MCANGUS 200
Fury as caravan full of rubbish is dumped illegally; Crime: Fly-tippers strike at historic monument. MICHELLE HENDERSON 321
Gardens reopen as 'bounce-back' continues; ATTRACTION. JOHN ROSS 366
GLEN ARE GROUNDED; Uncertainty surrounding virus leads to north side cancelling trip to London SHINTY. BILL McALLISTER 512
Guitarist was 'The Green God'. 380
HebCelt anniversary single to benefit island charity; CULTURE. JOHN ROSS 255
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook 781
IMPERIOUS PARATORE; Italian copes with tough conditions for start-to-finish win in post-lockdown opener GOLF. STEVE SCOTT 693
Increase in number of firms in 'distress' RESEARCH. KEITH FINDLAY 249
INVERNESS DESTINY; Ross hopes Shane can be Hearts-stopper. JAMIE DURENT 405
Lampard savours Champions League berth. 348
Livestock. 308
Lockdown sending people to check their credit score; More than a third have been looking into information as anxiety grows about finances post-pandemic, says Vicky Shaw. says Vicky Shaw 444
Locos manager hoping for October kick-off. 328
Lucky P&J readers scoop prizes; COMPETITION. DANIEL BOAL 215
Making sure loved ones benefit from your hard-earned money; Sharing it: Ian Dyall, head of estate planning at Tilney, looks at the rules and benefits of financial gifts. 733
Man airlifted to hospital after plunging into river; Incident: Appeal to stay safe near waterways as pair jumped off 40ft bridge. JAMES WYLLIE 369
Meals taken to sheltered housing residents; VOLUNTEERS. DAVID MACKAY 203
Methods from past may help to safeguard future; Knowledge: Wide-ranging peer learning project for improving soil health. GEMMA MACKENZIE 300
MSP's letter to council over LDP proposal; PLANNING. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 241
NEW HOPE FOR FORT; Return of manager Maclean could be catalyst for a Claggan Park change of fortune. JAMIE DURENT 427
NHS giveaway organiser inspires prime minister; ? Johnson recognises Highland businesswoman with an award. JOHN ROSS 406
Old office could become 'future of modern living' ? Bold plan to turn disused block into housing and public space. JAMES WYLLIE 444
On this day. 189
Online charity dog show hopes to spread joy; FUNDRAISER. REBEKAH MCVEY 202
Online concerts have the 'healing power' of music; ? Cathedral organist arranges series including Fiona Kennedy. DANIEL BOAL 500
Only 19 planes ordered in world; AVIATION. 186
Pandemic may put small golf courses in the rough; ? North-east club claims surge of support is necessary to survive. DAVID MACKAY 453
PARATORE IMPRESSES; Italian copes with tough conditions for start-to-finish win in post-lockdown opener GOLF. STEVE SCOTT 693
Partnership boost to develop mountain biking; OUTDOORS. STAN ARNAUD 416
Planners urged to consider future generations; HOUSING. 199
Police hunt hit and run BMW driver; CRASH. DANIEL BOAL 235
Pressure of tourists may force croft sale; Lewis resident says visitors defecate in her garden. SUSY MACAULAY 657
RED DEVILS FIRE AWAY BACK TO THE ELITE; Foxes are outsmarted but Ole wants more. 624
REDS READY TO ROCK; Skipper Lewis declares Dons are eager for big kick-off as Bryson opens account. 519
Reward for bill payment reduced; BANKING. VICKY SHAW 245
ROUND-UP It's high fives for City while Reds sign off in style. 289
Safety alert as two injured in bridge plunge; Man airlifted to city hospital. JAMES WYLLIE 198
Scientists to share funding for new research; HEALTH. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 232
SLICE IS UNKINDEST CUT; Own goal for Donaldson to forget but Staggies give creditable show against Hoops. 544
SNP's Robertson begins bid for Edinburgh seat; ? Former Moray MP launches campaign with swipe at rival. TOM PETERKIN 492
Social distancing art bid t Concerns; ? Plan to spend PS100k on installations to go with Spaces for People measures. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 633
STAGE CLEAR, CURTAIN UP. JAMIE DURENT COMMENT 537
Stephen fears for future of cricket in region. 257
Tennis court plan for grounds of hotel ravaged by fire; HOUSING. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 262
Third-generation lifeboat supporter has raised PS1.7k; RNLI. DAVID MACKAY 183
Time to publicly humiliate the litter louts. 171
Tolbooth tradition goes on with new signature; HERITAGE. SEAN MCANGUS 253
Tourists advised to continue their holidays; BACKGROUND. 577
Town's virtual Scottish Week a success; CELEBRATION. REBEKAH MCVEY 393
Toy gun arrest defended by Met; POLICE. 164
Travel firms starting to cancel holidays to Spain; REACTION. TED HENNESSEY 394
Tributes pour in for Hagen; Memories: Scottish football mourns loss of ex-Peterhead player from MND. REBEKAH MCVEY 414
Trophy dream comes true for Belgian; DARTS. 221
Trump whisky tax 'jobs killer' Trade: Union boss urges action to protect industry. STAN ARNAUD 611
Trump whisky tax 'jobs killer' Trade: Union boss urges action to protect industry. STAN ARNAUD 486
tv highlights. 346
US protests turn violent; Unrest: Demonstrators and police officers clash. 405
Villa survival 'better than promotion'. 399
Villagers rally to help after E.coli water scare; HEALTH ? Bottles issued after mains supply found to have bacteria. KIERAN BEATTIE 534
Virtual farming tours proving to be a massive hit; Industry: Agritourism shows lure of local produce. JIM MILLAR 330
Virtual tour of gardens raising funds; COMMUNITY. MICHELLE HENDERSON 247
Vital to update income details; TAX CREDITS. VICKY SHAW 209
Who said it. 223
Williamson struts his stuff in draw against Livi. 336
Years in the classroom serlassroom serve ex-teacher well; Big Interview Lord Lieutenant speaks to Sean McAngus about honour and challenges of prestigious new role. 1127

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