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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (June 18, 2020)

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'Grateful and lucky' to have made most out of career; ROSS COUNTY. ANDY SKINNER 446
'Local data may be used as rules relaxed' LOCKDOWN. TOM PETERKIN 240
Accidents trigger call for extension of speed limit; Transport: Officials question councillor's claim that road safety would benefit. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 392
Air travel recovery 'to take at least five years' TRANSPORT. 158
Amateur football club raises thousands in 24 hours; FUNDRAISING. CALUM PETRIE 277
Appeal over rail ruling rejected; TRANSPORT. KEITH FINDLAY 246
Area death toll 'reflection of poverty' ? Woodside tops table as figures reveal geographical breakdown of death rate. KAITLIN EASTON 608
Art school to host annual degree show online; CULTURE. 206
Beaverbrooks to reopen four of its 11 shops in Scotland; RETAIL. 189
Blades count cost of technology failure; ENGLAND. NICK MASHITER 257
Blades count cost of technology failure; ENGLAND. NICK MASHITER 252
Boris decides attack is best form of defence at PMQs; ANALYSIS. DANIEL O'DONOGHUE 193
Boris Johnson orders costly jet paint job; POLITICS. 260
Builders' yard closure is a 'huge loss' for community; Economy: Councillor Mackie fears other local venders could soon follow. 447
Businesses hit by traffic restrictions; 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 151
Caley Jags statement of intent; ICT: Tokely hails Robertson deal ahead of tough promotion battle. ANDY SKINNER 327
Call for child benefit rise to aid struggling families; Poverty group seeks PS10 weekly increase as survey reveals issues. CALUM ROSS 524
Changes planned in town centres for safe shopping; ROADS. DAVID MACKAY 263
Charity inviting public to donate their goods again; Hospice organisation estimates it will have lost PS1m due to virus. MICHELLE HENDERSON 431
Charity says 60% of Universal Credit claimants forced to borrow cash; BENEFITS. LUCINDA CAMERON 331
Chinese oil company names new Aberdeen-based boss. ALLISTER THOMAS 235
Church creates cross to prevent climbing; RELIGION. KAITLIN EASTON 173
Claims Scotland 'hopelessly underprepared' TESTING. DEREK HEALEY 369
Councils may be forced to axe jobs to reopen schools; EDUCATION. 271
Covid made SSE's sale of E&P assets 'more tricky' North Sea: Energy company still in discussions but committed to disposal. KEITH FINDLAY 285
Cowie's joy at first goal highlighted his passion; ? Mackay dubbed ex-team-mate Tardelli after County celebration. ANDY SKINNER 812
Dad's killer set to appeal his sentence; Court: Prison term could be reduced. JAMES WYLLIE 491
DeChambeau's a changed man. Stephen Gallacher 467
Delayed rates bills on the way; Richard Foster of FG Burnett offers options in relation to notices during the pandemic. 465
Demand for space could fall by 50%; OFFICES. 201
Demolition of AECC resumes but no progress on sale; DEVELOPMENT. BEN HENDRY 247
Donated rake devices will help golfers; SPORT. REBEKAH MCVEY 217
Dons to stretch Euro legs; August date for Aberdeen's bid to reach Europa League group stages. PAUL THIRD 426
Ex-Don Fraser to miss rest of season; CONTRACTS. 202
Funicular hopes are dashed; Confirmation repairs will not be done in time for this year's ski-ing season. STAN ARNAUD 484
Government accused of so ernment sowing school confusion; ? First minister told parents put in 'impossible position'. TOM PETERKIN POLITICAL EDITOR 510
Harrington needs to make huge captain's call. 213
Heavy rain brings its troubles. Jim McColl Gardening Notes 870
HIE acted appropriately but hard decisions ahead, says watchdog; REPORT. 308
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook 731
Huge wind farm gives north-east town jobs boost; Fraserburgh will be base for massive offshore turbines scheme. DAVID MCPHEE 192
Iceland opens its new style of store in town; RETAIL. DAVID MACKAY 234
Johnson flies the flag at cost of PS900k; POLITICS. 261
Kings and presidents could hold power; Racing: Dettori looking good for possible double. DERRY ALLDRITT 278
Lessons learned with the boys of summer. Angus Peter Campbell 905
Livestock. 355
Man dies after disturbance in Highland town; 61-year-old arrested and charged following incident at property. CHRIS MACLENNAN 187
Market traders deserve council support; 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 190
Milk Your Moments promotion hailed; DAIRY. 203
MP calls for help for those told to isolate; FURLOUGH. SOPHIE MORRIS 166
Mural trail will take in city theatre; Racism: Event to highlight concerns. MICHELLE HENDERSON 372
New scheme to reassure businesses; COUNCIL. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 383
New teachers struggling for jobs as staff stay put during the pandemic; VACANCIES. 312
North Sea facing 'challenging time' on its 45th anniversary; OIL&GAS. ALLISTER THOMAS 377
Offshore turbines base takes shape; RENEWABLES. 399
On this day. 244
Online live sales hub for bidding on machinery; Mart: ANM site features vehicles and equipment. GEMMA MACKENZIE 320
Pivotal times for offshore industry; The Voice of the North. 260
Plea to public as 11 cows die after gate left open; Access: Union highlights dangers caused by 'poor behaviour of a minority'. GEMMA MACKENZIE 306
PM in frontline migrant workers refund promise; Johnson's pledge over health surcharge on NHS and care staff. DANIEL O'DONOGHUE 389
Police to look into cricket ground damage; CRIME. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 250
PS4.1m bid to bring hall and distillery dreams to reality; Redevelopment: Councillors support initiatives that could help create jobs. SEAN MCANGUS 394
PS4m electric vehicle charging firm boost; Innovation: Seed funding to support Trojan Energy's scheme. KEITH FINDLAY 400
Public appeal to help rid Highlands of invasive mink; WILDLIFE. 198
Revised evised proposal prevents 'retail disaster' REVAMP: Councillor Bill Cormie had input that led to the changes. Photograph by Colin Rennie ? Rosemount Place to undergo PS1.76m work to allow for physical distancing. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 622
Robertson says Millers deserve to be promoted; ROTHERHAM. PAUL THIRD 403
Scotland will face Israel in October; EURO 2020. 214
Scotland's answer to Joe Wicks raises charity cash; PE teacher has realised PS2,500 by offering free HIIT sessions. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 347
Scotland's T20 against Australia is cancelled; CORONAVIRUS. 342
Scottish cricket could do with gesture of goodwill right now; COMMENT. NEIL DRYSDALE 646
Speed limits will be cut to 20mph; RESTRICTIONS. CHRIS MACLENNAN 369
SPORT ON TV TODAY AND TOMORROW. 186
Struggling firms could get extra support; ? Local grant scheme is backed by Moray Council. SEAN MCANGUS 675
Survey suggests slower decline; SMALL FIRMS. KEITH FINDLAY 240
Sustainable Fish Cities status campaign; ENVIRONMENT. KEITH FINDLAY 192
Swinney needs to learn leadership lesson and stop letting down Scotland's children; Agenda. Alex Bell 900
Thankful for golf's return as tour dates set. 193
Thanks to teachers in difficult times; 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 248
The beautiful game lacking the beauty we've all missed; ANALYSIS. PAUL THIRD 506
Thorne 'one of game's greatest ever characters' Tributes: Snooker player loses battle with illness. Obituary 362
Traders shrug off weak inflation; MARKETS. 228
Tributes paid to ground-breaking member of the Welsh Assembly. 297
tv highlights. 325
Union hands 80 clubs financial grants; RUGBY. 203
University sets sights on equipment for new degree; EDUCATION. CHRIS MACLENNAN 311
Viking. wind Farm. takes es next step; ? Mammoth Shetland plans receive PS580 million support. DAVID MCPHEE 788
Virtual festival on the menu; Online event to feature cook-offs, celebrity demos, competitions and more. SHONA GOSSIP 535
Waste management: Facilities across region open. 288
Who said it. 213
Woodlands for sale in 'robust' market. NANCY NICOLSON 194
Woolmanhill flats plan is scrapped over downturn; Economy: Developer blames pandemic for prompting rethink to proposal. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 391
Worries over a 'sub-standard education' spark new call for extra funding and staff; SCHOOLS. 289
Wright time for winger; AFC: Scott on a mission to cement first team spot after return from injury. PAUL THIRD 476
Youngsters urged to join in creative challenge; LOCKDOWN. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 204

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