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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (June 16, 2020)

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'Little benefit' to businesses if ferry constraints remain; TRAVEL. PETER URPETH LOCAL DEMOCRACY REPORTER 199
'No credible evidence' Coronavirus: Experts say outbreak in China not linked to Scottish salmon. KEITH FINDLAY 228
'Our high streets must be protected' ? North-east businesses' plea over adapting town centres. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 995
Aberdeen adjusting to new way of training; ? McInnes hails Cormack Park as vital in making return viable. PAUL THIRD 788
Action to tackle Tarland housing shortage; RURAL. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 234
Albyn School adapts to ensure a safe learning environment. 760
Ambition the key as Arteta bids to keep his star striker; Arsenal: Gunners captain's deal with club expires next summer. 646
Analysis: Sturgeon clarifies stance on key education issues. DEREK HEALEY 231
Battaash can benefit from a little hush; RACING. DERRY ALLDRITT 295
Bessie celebrates her century with some ice cream; BIRTHDAY. 319
Boost for NC500 as tourists vow to visit; Survey suggests route will be big hit after lockdown. CHRIS MACLENNAN 477
BP 'getting to grips' with slump in value of offshore assets. KEITH FINDLAY AND DAVID MCPHEE 244
Business leaders to help sector as lockdown eases; MEASURES. 266
Caley Jags show their mettle. DUCAN SHEARER 515
Call for tougher penalties for crime at sea; WILDLIFE. KATRINE BUSSEY 254
Calls for probe as clinical adviser resigns; HEALTHCARE. MICHELLE HENDERSON 240
Camilla says thanks a bunch; Duchess urges public to help lift spirits and support independent florists. LAURA ELSTON 341
Can we all finally move on? DUNCAN SHEARER 241
Certainty can breed success at Caley Jags; Chairman: Morrison says new deal for Robertson will help club push on. ANDY SKINNER 667
Christie has not written season off yet; TRAINING. 272
Claim FM and Swinney at odds over schools; CORONAVIRUS ? Sturgeon insists blended learning is not being planned to last anything like a year. DEREK HEALEY 727
Communication lacking but city changes exciting, says executive; TRADERS. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 403
Concern voiced over timescale for appeals; GRADING. TOM EDEN 367
Cricket club faces job cuts as matches stumped by Covid crisis; CORONAVIRUS ? Tough decision for Aberdeenshire CC as ongoing financial impact takes its toll. NEIL DRYSDALE 659
Dounreay workers volunteer at care home; COMMUNITY. 196
Dyer to stay on as Killie sign new full-back; PREMIERSHIP. GAVIN MCCAFFERTY 233
Environmental issues vital for public funding; Support: Upland sector needs a common voice Professor Davy McCracken of SRUC offers an insight into work at the rural college's hill and mountain research centre. Davy McCracken 421
Farm diaries prove popular; EDUCATION. JIM MILLAR 173
Former community leader fears big rise in fly-tipping; Rubbish: Warning over increased cost for emptying brown waste bins. CHRIS MACLENNAN 465
Further setback for traders; Market: Landlord brings in the administrators. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 428
Fury as brown bin collection fee rises again; Community leader says increase could result in more fly-tipping. CHRIS MACLENNAN 197
Give sporting chance to the local clubs; The Voice of the North. 250
Hayes return close; Transfer: Aberdeen hoping to wrap up deal for winger this week. PAUL THIRD 415
Help is still available in lockdown, says charity; ADDICTION. KIERAN BEATTIE 278
Highland games go online; Hope that events will come back bigger and stronger in 2021. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 421
Hollywood agent turned fundraiser. 279
Home learning method so far 'doesn't work' TEACHING. TOM PETERKIN 339
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook 769
Hoteliers and restaurants plan to reopen; CORONAVIRUS 'Light at the end of the tunnel' spotted as businesses look to resume operations. CHRIS MACLENNAN 722
How much is Brexit to blame for failures? 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 188
Interest builds in new business park; PLANNING. 233
ISA - a gateway to a wider world beyond; The International School Aberdeen community is thriving in both virtual and actual environments. 854
Landmarks await revival al of activity Children: Council urged to be flexible regarding childcare; ? Eased restrictions pave way for builders to return to sites. MICHELLE HENDERSON 955
Long queues as high street stores welcome back eager shoppers; RETAIL. 519
McInally's sympathy after door shut on league winners; REACTION. CALLUM LAW 351
Mother 'still in the dark' about death; HEALTHCARE. 241
Movie buff minister goes hi-tech to reach his flock; Church colleagues 'channel their inner Spielberg' for services. BEN HENDRY 481
Musicians on a mission to help their conductor; Charity: Moray group's 2,600-mile challenge in aid of leader's health battle. DAVID MACKAY 409
New pledge on Brexit talks; Trade: UK and EU agree to 'intensify' negotiations as transition clock ticks. DANIEL O'DONOGHUE 429
New safety guidelines for early-learning providers; NURSERIES. NEIL POORAN 278
North Sea job losses rising even faster than predicted; CORONAVIRUS ? Skills agency discloses 'frightening' figure to trade unions. DAVID MCPHEE 447
North-east firms urge councils to save high streets; Call to rethink road closures as town centre businesses 'on their knees'. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON AND ALASTAIR GOSSIP 187
North-east sporting clubs are being kept in 'suspended animation' during restrictions; LOCKDOWN. 526
Oil and gas sector makes ambitious green pledge to slash emissions; ENERGY. MARK LAMMEY 275
On this day. 241
Pilot found dead after US fighter jet crashes; Tragedy: Plane ditched in North Sea while on routine exercise. SAM RUSSELL Obituary 386
Plan to house geology collection in PS4m visitor centre; DEVELOPMENT. 166
Planning for the future; Finding the right school for your child is an important step - luckily there is lots of help available to guide you through the process. 453
Police appeal as mechanical saw is used on door at castle; HERITAGE. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 162
Poorer children at a disadvantage; 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 176
Priceless part of seaside community marks 90th; ? Appeal for memories as Beach Pavilion celebrates milestone. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 693
Promotion hopes over; SPFL RECONSTRUCTION ? Chairman frustrated as Brora Rangers left on the outside looking in. ANDY SKINNER 417
PROTECTING THOSE WHO MATTER THE MOST; We have received a number of enquiries from people asking how they can prepare or update their Will or Power of Attorney when the current social distancing measures are in place. 297
Pupils let down by lack of essentials; 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 257
Putting in hours to raise money for trust; AFC WOMEN. PAUL THIRD 265
Reconstruction failure leads to legal challenge; HEARTS. 365
Recovery of bodies from coal mine is unlikely; DISASTER. 231
Researchers to begin human trials of coronavirus vaccine; SCIENCE. 186
Riddoch says px Group 'ready to break mould' Appointment: Industry veteran has joined board of St Fergus operator. KEITH FINDLAY 293
Robert Gordon's College offers the very best start in education. 575
School keeps its pupils motivated by hosting a virtual sports week; EDUCATION. MICHELLE HENDERSON 382
Scotland makes 'positive contribution' on climate change. NANCY NICOLSON 231
Season halt is especially frustrating for sprinter; ? Christie was just getting back on track after long fitness battle. FRASER CLYNE 456
Sepsis survivor says thanks; CORONAVIRUS ? Robotic hand appeal for mum reaches PS15k. REBEKAH MCVEY 418
Shearing well advanced as crews meet challenge; Sheep: Sector deals with lack of overseas workers and distancing measures. NANCY NICOLSON 358
SNP MP making progress after brain op; POLITICS. KATRINE BUSSEY 196
Space firm has a blast at rocket test flight launch; Technology: Skyrora celebrates success as Skylark Nano soars to 20,000ft. STAN ARNAUD 497
SPORT ON TV TODAY AND TOMORROW. 180
St Margaret's - rising to the challenges. 790
Stocks fall but rise in oil price; MARKETS. 204
Supermarket evacuated after 'explosion' in ceiling; EMERGENCY. DAVID MACKAY 239
Teen in project with US music expert; ORCHESTRA. CALUM PETRIE 231
Theatre group promises smiles online; DRAMA. DANIEL BOAL 209
Time to bring tourism and hospitality back. Dr Andrew Martin 867
Trial to track damaging invasive species of plant; NATURE. EMILY BEAMENT 301
Tributes pour in to mother with 'a heart of gold' Tragedy: Fundraising page has amassed PS25,000. REBEKAH MCVEY 387
tv highlights. 353
Venues to benefit from fundraising festival; MUSIC. SEAN MCANGUS 285
Warning London event to be axed; ATHLETICS. 157
We are shaped by the worst of our history as well as the best. Nothing stays the same. Helen Brown 922
Welcome stability for Caley Thistle now that their fate is sealed; ANALYSIS. ANDY SKINNER 545
West Indies coach wary of England's danger men; CRICKET. 260
Who said it. 265
Work to cut plastic waste in 'reverse' ENVIRONMENT. CALUM ROSS 235
Young winner of one of the sport's oldest trophies. GREAT DOUBLES 269

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