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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (June 13, 2020)

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"Not to worry, we had been assured that the elephants would not trouble us" EXTRACT 1 OF 2. Wow Moments by Lynda Gordon 687
'Ancient fairy godmother' hails talent; WRITING. TONY JONES 257
'Rumours are nice but my focus is on success at Staggies' SCOTTISH FOOTBALL LATEST ? Stewart brushes off all talk of interest from other teams. ANDY SKINNER 564
'Trojan horse' fears over incinerator ash store plan; Development: Campaign group worried about site's environmental impact. BEN HENDRY 518
A bright and zingy treat; baking g Make a lemon loaf and boost your mood, says pastry chef Ravneet Gill. 463
ABERDEEN: RIGHT CALL FOR SCOTTISH FOOTBALL WRITERS TO GIVE LEWIS YOUNG PLAYER OF YEAR. Richard Gordon 164
Agricultural society seeks entries for its annual awards. GEMMA MACKENZIE 228
Airlines united in legal action; CORONAVIRUS ? Judicial review sought of government's 'flawed' quarantine for arrivals. NEIL LANCEFIELD 369
Bank provides 'lifeline' loan to island charity; COMMUNITY. SEAN MCANGUS 194
Boy boosts charities by raffling dinosaur; CORONAVIRUS ? Youngster is grateful for help Chas gives to brother. KAITLIN EASTON 400
breakfast. 214
BROADLY SPIKKIN' We're all in need of a bosie, but the world is tapsalteerie. Ellie House spoke with Scots language enthusiast Duncan Lockerbie to find out more. Ellie House 847
Building work to restart on island schemes; COUNCIL. MICHELLE HENDERSON 189
Cadden can't wait to finally kickstart his career in United States; MLS. 369
CAN MONEY REALLY BUY YOU HAPPINESS? DISPATCHES. GEORGE R MITCHELL 1389
Charity urges remedy should return; MEDICINE. DAVID MACKAY 226
Chilly dippers divide PS12k among three charities; FUNDRAISER. DAVID MACKAY 259
Church groups hailed for aid to needy; RELIGION. CALUM PETRIE 247
Communities want 'new deal' CORONAVIRUS ? Groups call for funding to be expanded to help them lead economic revival. CALUM ROSS 427
CONTENTS. 249
Cooking up interest in food; In my view Alana Black. 362
Council confirms waste centre will open; SERVICES. DANIEL BOAL 244
County 'taking great care' TRAINING. 212
Covid-19 curtails three of 2020's big races; FORMULA ONE. 237
critics' choice. 346
critics' choice. 311
Cycle smash further delays Fort comeback for Simpson; Shinty: Attacker suffers broken and dislocated shoulder on mountain bike. BILL MCALLISTER 524
Day centre's delight over PS24,000 award; Community: Organisers can now buy building for expansion. CHRIS MACLENNAN 441
DORIC COLUMN ROBBIE SHEPHERD; To contact Robbie, email yourlife@ajl.co.uk and mark your message FAO Robbie Shepherd. Column 676
Economy could be helped by 'windfall tax' on giants; CORONAVIRUS ? Scotland's finance secretary declares 'nothing is off the table'. TOM PETERKIN POLITICAL EDITOR 551
Emergency response helicopters stood down; MILITARY. DAVID MACKAY 188
EnQuest pulls out of more fields; NORTH SEA. MARK LAMMEY 186
Every penny of PS62m will be welcomed; The Voice of the North. 246
Ex-Caley Thistle striker heading to Well; TRANSFERS. 261
Ex-Don eager to earn international call-up; SCOTLAND. 376
Ex-workers claim BiFab takeover 'disaster' for area; Islands: New owners 'failing' to secure contracts for mothballed yards. DAVID MCPHEE 466
Extent of government's intervention to help our beleaguered fleet. FERGUS EWING FISHERIES SECRETARY 318
Family favourites; kids' kitchen Sweet and delicious treats the whole family can make and enjoy Across the north of Scotland, children have been taking over the kitchen, learning new skills and making some tasty treats. We love seeing pictures of them having fun, so please keep sending them in. Recipe 565
Family's loss part of health initiative. JIM MILLAR 183
Feed ourselves, not boars and wolves; 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 200
Fiesta gets mild-hybrid tech for first time. 244
First ministers in call for longer Brexit transition; TRADE DEAL. 286
Fish farm workers have whale of tale to tell; WILDLIFE. 264
FOOS YOUR TREWS; Versatile, colourful, cool, casual or classic - Ellie House does the legwork for trousers. Ellie House 299
FTSE up slightly for end of week; MARKETS. 229
Full backs on radar as Staggies try to plug gap; County: Club eyes up duo having lost all its seniors in that position. ANDY SKINNER 404
Fund for fishing industry to close after PS8.2m in aid; Scottish Government grants paid out at height of Covid-19 crisis. KEITH FINDLAY 354
GAELIC COLUMN ANGUS MACDONALD. Column 581
Green for recovery with PSy PS62m pot; ? Scottish Government's package over next five years to help in net-zero push. ALLISTER THOMAS, DAVID MCPHEE AND MARK LAMMEY 639
Hartley fears players will drop out of game entirely; Manager believes hundreds of footballers will be available. CALLUM LAW 432
healthy eating. Recipe 334
HOME AND AWAY; As we begin to emerge from lockdown, Ellie House speaks to expats and learns about the realities of living through a pandemic abroad HOME AND AWAY Continued from previous page. Ellie House Interview 2342
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook 815
Hyslop stands by city harbour project; PORTS. ADELE MERSON 205
Increase in hate crime across Scotland; SOCIETY. NEIL POORAN 235
Inspired by the wild; Enjoy nature and make the most of its bounty, says Lady Claire Macdonald. Lady Claire Macdonald 812
Investigation is launched into 'unexplained' death; POLICE. JAMES WYLLIE 173
It's time for all this talking to stop now. Richard Gordon 563
Jack in plea over cutting distance rule to 1m; LOCKDOWN. 169
Let us spray for good harvest. GEMMA MACKENZIE 460
Life in lockdown leaves ordinary mum feeling like she's pulled in all directions; The Flying Pigs. 920
lunch box. Recipe 177
Man facing allegations of rape is denied bail; Court: Accused of failing to appear. 316
McIlroy swings into contention in Texas; GOLF. 297
Megginson claims player of the year double; AWARDS. 326
midweek meal. Recipe 209
Moorland projects to be given a share of PS3.6m; OWNERSHIP. 294
Mum 'lucky to be alive' after Covid-sepsis ordeal; CORONAVIRUS ? Woman's friends raising money for robotic hand replacements. REBEKAH MCVEY 827
Musicians to do battle in 200th anniversary event; Competition will also mark date of shinty's postponed cup final. JOHN ROSS 527
MY LIFE; Bryony White is head gardener at beautiful Achamore Gardens on the Isle of Gigha. BRYONY WHITE 553
National Trust for Scotland bailout 'must not lead to closure of north-east sites' HERITAGE. JAMES WYLLIE 418
New cryptocurrency 'can rejuvenate US economy' Finance: Scot claims 'AmeriCoins' are solution for country post-coronavirus. KEITH FINDLAY 446
NEW FICTION. 240
Nuisance caller blamed suicidal thoughts; COURT. 256
ON THE RUN FROM SON'S TANTRUMS DURING LOCKDOWN; COOPED UP WITH THE KIDS with Ellie House. with Ellie House 657
On this day. 216
Online gigs are changing culture; MUSIC. 471
Online special event will be music to store's ears; CORONAVIRUS ? Independent vinyl record shop taking part in 24-hour initiative. KAITLIN EASTON 468
Online training for Scots farmers. GEMMA MACKENZIE 257
ONLINE YOGA HELPS RESTORE THE TIRED BODY - AND SOUL; Gayle Ritchie joins a virtual exercise class to iron out the kinks of a stressful week - and then she's inspired to try 'doga' with her Labrador. Gayle Ritchie 962
Organiser says protest is only beginning of action; ABERDEEN. KAITLIN EASTON 333
Our weekly round-up of the latest news, products and facts for foodies; what's hot. Susan Welsh 356
Parents in plea to help find their daughter's murderer; Crime: PS20,000 reward offered to help solve 1993 killing in Germany. DANIEL HARKINS 339
Parking fees for visitors to resort approved; PLANNING. KIERAN BEATTIE 234
PATRICK KRAUSE. 512
Pointer Sisters family mourns loss. Obituary 398
Provost looks to abolitionists; BLACK LIVES MATTER ? Two north-east figures played 'significant role' in ending the slave trade. NEIL DRYSDALE 457
Pupils keeping active with Wake Up Shake Up sessions; ONLINE. MICHELLE HENDERSON 239
Quick thinking saved dog who swallowed skewer; ANIMALS. KIERAN BEATTIE 238
Race to complete audits ahead of 2020's harvest. NANCY NICOLSON 322
Rangers' plan 'a good idea' Fraser says smaller clubs could have cashed in on the Old Firm. ANDY SKINNER 474
Recovery: Stern test lies ahead. TOM PETERKIN 178
Research in France revealed poignant stories of the fallen; AFTERMATH. NEIL DRYSDALE 505
Respects paid in many communities which suffered loss; COMMEMORATIONS. CHRIS MACLENNAN 355
Round of applause for teachers too; 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 187
Row over right to monitor birds after nest disturbed; Nature: Gamekeepers association says licensing is vague and open to abuse. CHRIS MACLENNAN 519
SCIENCE OF SLEEPING SOUNDLY; Struggling to switch off at bedtime? Liz Connor shares an expert's tips for getting sleep back on track during the pandemic. Liz Connor 817
Sermon. 199
SHORT LIST; Ellie House on how to style this summer wardrobe staple STYLE. Ellie House 398
Signs in schools will warn against hugging; EDUCATION. DEREK HEALEY 566
Simultaneous tribute is paid by pipers around the world; OVERSEAS. BEN HENDRY 232
Some great gins to try right now; world gin day. 303
Somewhere over all those rainbows... some good has come from all of this. YVIE BURNETT 881
Stalled work at beauty spots to resume; TOURISM. BEN HENDRY 246
starters. 153
Striker to go under knife after knee pains; Dons: Main will miss first month of training as he prepares for surgery. SEAN WALLACE 422
Summertime Sauvignon Blanc; wineuncorked Glorious weather calls for aromatic Sauvignon Blanc, says wine expert Carol Brown. Carol Brown 858
sweet treats. Recipe 493
TAKE A SEAT; As lockdown eases, we can sit back and relax in our gardens. Ellie House checks out some new trends. Ellie House 333
Teenager paints vision for derelict landmark; Development: Hopes artwork will help encourage restoration. KAITLIN EASTON 400
Top councillor to face hearing over breach allegation; Politics: Conduct will be investigated by watchdog. JAMES WYLLIE 326
TRAGIC WITH A TWIST; Murder In The Outback: The Falconio And Lees Mystery - Channel 4. DEREK LORD TV REVIEW Television program review 821
Transport: Hundreds refused travel on ferries. 288
Trials to help growers get far healthier plants. 158
Trot along to enter show; Horse entries for online agricultural showcase close on June 19. JIM MILLAR 400
Veteran gives insight into the fighting at St Valery; ? Salute to fallen friends on anniversary of Highland Division's heroic last stand. DAVID MACKAY 588
Visitors 'clamouring' to return to the Cairngorms; SURVEY. JOHN ROSS 396
Who said it. 225
Wildlife park makes case to reopen earlier as crisis bites; ? Royal Zoological Society of Scotland an 'endangered species' as finances dry up. JOHN ROSS 504
Wipers in 1903 - autonomy in 2020. 489
with strawberries; three ways. Recipe 464
YOUR PHOTOS. 318

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