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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (June 10, 2020)

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'Bobbies on beat' needed to deter riots; CORONAVIRUS ? Government adviser says police should build up good relations to avoid UK disorder. FLORA THOMPSON 437
'Covid-19 could have spread to Scotland as early as February' HEALTH. DEREK HEALEY 483
'Private assurances' on air bridges; QUARANTINE. 511
Archivist's work 'immeasurable'. 345
Are car dealerships open yet? in association with Jim Reid 410
Banking stocks suffer a big blow; MARKETS. 232
Budget motoring in a post-pandemic world; Andrew Martin looks at some of the best cars to buy for less than PS3,000. ASTON MARTIN 1203
Care home families in call for greater transparency; Loved ones claim they are not being included in facility's future. JOHN ROSS 684
Coach operator offers assistance to Harmsworth club; PANDEMIC. 352
Company goes into red to the tune of PS156m; Losses: 'Challenging headwinds' take a heavy toll. MARK LAMMEY 348
Coronavirus not to blame for investment losses; Advertorial Investors could claim compensation if poor advice to blame for stock market losses. 574
Council workers look to the 'new normal' PERSONNEL. CHERYL LIVINGSTONE 245
Covid-19 puts the brakes on Wales Rally GB; MOTORSPORT. 236
Crowds gather to bid George farewell; ?Hundreds arrive for Floyd funeral. JUAN A LOZANO 498
Daredevil biker sparks a row with conservationists; Cycling: Skye-born rider took bike across environmentally 'fragile' terrain. 464
Deal may 'head off' BP-scale job losses; OIL AND GAS. ALLISTER THOMAS 394
Disease is word most used by children; LANGUAGE. SHERNA NOAH 200
Donation-collecting truck spreads cheer; CHARITY. KIERAN BEATTIE 192
Dragados UK pulls out of harbour expansion; ? Contractor has left nearly a third of the work undone. KEITH FINDLAY 824
Duke of York's trust is found in breach; CHARITY. TONY JONES 232
Energy companies to help develop renewables in China. DAVID MCPHEE 210
English clubs in season farewell; EFL: Leagues One and Two brought to end. JAMIE GARDNER 392
Everest rescue deal to save 400 posts; WINDOWS. 379
familiar pattern of heartache for the Tartan Army; CAMPAIGN. 343
Families in dark over virus deaths care home future; Residents' relatives call for transparency as owners face court again. JOHN ROSS 204
Fire-hit garage firm's grant bid refused by council; BUSINESS. KIERAN BEATTIE 482
Fishing deadlock a threat to industry, warn leaders; Brexit: Cabinet Office minister hints talks with EU are drawing to a close. DAN O'DONOGHUE 540
Government's priority is to 'save people's lives in whatever setting' COVID-19. JOHN ROSS 279
Groups unite to support families in need; CHARITY. REBEKAH MCVEY 238
Hibs chasing Stewart; Staggies: Easter Road side want to take County striker south. ANDY SKINNER 430
Historic find may be London's earliest playhouse; HISTORY. EMILY BEAMENT 249
Honour for 'inspirational' volunteer; CHARITY. SEAN MCANGUS 215
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook 784
Inquiry launched into cause of chip shop blaze; Incident: Firefighters spent two hours tackling the fire on Byron Square. JAMES WYLLIE 411
Inverness theatre to display Black Lives Matter placards; SUPPORT. JOHN ROSS 274
It's oh-so quiet on locked-down Lewis - where every day's a Sunday from the 60s; Agenda. Iain Maciver 889
Judge has goat commitment; Expertise will be brought to bear when livestock assessed at online show. NANCY NICOLSON 390
Knox on the road to Texas; Golf: Inverness player drives 1,100 miles to make PGA Tour opener. 474
Legal history made by drugs trial; COURT. 172
Lifeline funding has kept charities afloat; ? Organisations grateful for PS350m of Scottish Government cash to see them through lockdown. TOM PETERKIN 875
Lively trade a sign of the times for Cameron; BUSINESS. SEAN MCANGUS 231
Locos signal concerns over development plan impact; ? Proposal to change park status could derail club improvements. CALLUM LAW 526
Man is jailed for 'bullying elderly women' COURT. 244
Man uses furlough time to help most vulnerable; UK Community Network provides a lifeline to those shielding. ANA DA SILVA 387
Moves to improve care at home on islands; HEALTHCARE. CHRIS MACLENNAN 249
New advice on how to avoid Covid while entertaining; LOCKDOWN. JULIA BRYCE 264
New homes proposal on River Dee's banks; ? Council believes area deserves something 'iconic'. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 539
NHS boss faces calls to resign as new lockdown trip revealed; REGULATIONS. CALUM ROSS 235
North-east's economy to be worst-hit in Scotland; Forecast: KPMG figure says diversification and innovation will be vital. REBECCA BUCHAN 276
Nursery heads back out into the great outdoors; Establishment is believed to be first one in Scotland to reopen. DAVID MACKAY 392
On this day. 235
Once a Red, always a Red; AFC: Rooney says heartfelt connection could be key for Hayes. PAUL THIRD 490
One of world's rarest whales discovered stranded in UK; WILDLIFE. LUCINDA CAMERON 244
Parent's plea for Gaelic pre-school; Education: Father looks to gain support for idea. REBEKAH MCVEY 408
Plaque to be set up at Dundas statue; SCOTLAND. CONOR RIORDAN 256
Plea to maintain pesticide rulings; Brexit: Concern that deals could lower standards. EMILY BEAMENT 376
Plea to support virus-hit firms; COUNCIL. SEAN MCANGUS 394
PM: Police must decide on pulling down statues; GOVERNMENT. 263
Police will act as quarantine rule 'backstop' ? Top Scottish officer says force will have limited role in enforcing UK travel policy. CALUM ROSS 682
Probe into fire which damaged property in Banff; EMERGENCY. REBEKAH MCVEY 225
PS350m harbour project rocked as contractor quits; Port chiefs step up hunt for new company to complete vital scheme. KEITH FINDLAY 181
Public is urged to have its say on transport changes; Highland capital to be test area for temporary infrastructure. CHRIS MACLENNAN 477
Quiz Madeleine suspect, says missing woman's dad; POLICE. MICHAEL DRUMMOND 318
RACING RETURNS: HAYDOCK DOUBLE FOR NEWMARKET TRAINER CLOVER. 1611
Reading, not brandishing, the holy Bible. John Young 844
Rearranging deck chairs on Titanic; 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 239
Rescue team slams harbour jumping; SAFETY. 218
Ronaldo made Brazil a very tough nut to crack; SPOTLIGHT ON: SCOTLAND AT FRANCE 98 ? Brown had his work cut out in the World Cup opening fixture but Scots went down fighting until the very end. PAUL THIRD 1051
Scots' virus deaths not worst in UK; 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 239
Sheikh lodge scheme refused for third time; COUNCIL ? Dubai ruler 'needs space for family' at Scots retreat. 562
Shop owners fear double yellow lines will hit hard; ? Bosses claim they were left in the dark over alterations to roads. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 528
Skoda's superb all-rounder; The Skoda Superb has won plaudits over the years for being a great-value executive car. Your Car tries out the latest plug-in hybrid version. 831
Staff screening 'not part of discussion' for virus-free sites; HEALTH. ALISTAIR GOSSIP 225
Teams to substitute players with virus symptoms; CRICKET. 326
Test and trace system is 'not fit for purpose' PANDEMIC. CAITLIN DOHERTY 217
The further from London the better; 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 239
Theatres are in need of clarity, says MP; CULTURE. SHERNA NOAH 216
Time to pull together to finish the job; The Voice of the North. 233
Tributes to businessman who saved Harris Tweed; Industry: Ian Taylor, who invested in clothing brand, dies after long illness. Obituary 404
tv highlights. 338
UK heading for smaller wheat harvest; PRODUCTION. 214
United in hunt for Hayes; ? Neilson keen on winger but admits money situation uncertain. PAUL THIRD 443
Virus aftermath will put focus on youth, says Davidson; SQUADS. 273
Warning over cuts to public services; FINANCE. 223
Watchdog pushes travel firm to give its customers refunds; Vacation Rentals complaints had made 'significant proportion' of reports. HOLLY WILLIAMS 506
Who said it. 239
Women's Aid raffle nets PS10,000; FUNDRAISING. 187

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