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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (June 19, 2020)

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" " Food and drink was the first sector to be affected and will be last to recover. Peter Bruce 881
" The baton is being passed from medical clinicians to the business community. Martin Gilbert 728
'Bang for your buck' appeal of Nairn County for investor; HIGHLAND LEAGUE Club's reach into community and 'amazing' online social profile hailed. JAMIE DURENT 649
'Cheery man' didn't plan to retire. 285
'Please tell me what happened to my husband', pleads widow; It is 10 years today since north-east farmer Sandy Ingram was found mysteriously injured outside his home. Now, for the first time, his widow tells Shona Gossip about her agonising hunt for answers. 1073
Appeal after woman dies at home; POLICE. CHRIS MACLENNAN 224
As the home cooking boom continues in the midst of Covid-19, some firms are able to take advantage. 382
Ayr: Scottish racing returns next week. 152
Blueprint to help pupils return to normal; MORAY. DAVID MACKAY 386
Brown has learned from 'tough' season; LEAGUE ONE PETERHEAD. 389
Call for 'care and caution' as rules relaxed; ? Sturgeon insists 'patience could reap biggest rewards'. ADELE MERSON 1129
Call for higher education funding model overhaul; UNIVERSITIES. JAMES WYLLIE 332
Can farming weather the storm of Covid-19? HAMISH LEAN 776
Canadian rockets company backs site on island; SPACE. CHRIS MACLENNAN 245
Cautious trading but Brent rises 2%; MARKETS. 212
Changes have been made already - but return of exports key. DONNA FORDYCE, HEAD OF SEAFOOD SCOTLAND 529
Charity says it's 'fantastic news' zoos can reopen; ATTRACTIONS. SEAN MCANGUS 312
Conservationist groups threaten wildlife. 260
Contest to design animals engages children; CHARITY. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 205
Contributions sought for Piper Alpha memorial film; ANNIVERSARY. ALLISTER THOMAS 254
Council looks at 50-50 split for learning; ? Rising number of parents cite low risk as reason to reopen schools fully and early. SUSY MACAULAY 643
Council wants us to sign our 'suicide note' says taxi boss; School transport provider condemns contract changes as 'appalling' ultimatum. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 451
Dance contest changes step; When big event hit by lockdown, organisers found other ways to help young. REBEKAH MCVEY 334
Davidson returns to Saints as their new boss; MCDIARMID. 264
Differences on lockdown left some 'unsafe' ? Companies are accused of using the confusion to remain open despite risks. DAN O'DONOGHUE WESTMINSTER REPORTER 648
Disabled people 'left in bed' for lockdown; Survey reveals impact of cuts to social care packages. CALUM ROSS 384
Dons chief to aid students; Education: Cormack donating PS100,000 to set up RGU scholarship fund. JAMES WYLLIE 340
Dunn's parents refused access to papers; LEGAL. 251
Event would not give Olympic qualification; TOKYO 2021. 252
Experts to offer insight. REBECCA BUCHAN 319
Financial peace of mind is vital for these times. 873
Food and drink can help feed recovery. REBECCA BUCHAN 573
Game drought helps Reid with reflections; Cricket: Club's longest-serving player looks back on his career. JACK NIXON 515
Haircut is first thing this doctor will order. Miles Mack 832
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook 756
Housing market preparing for 'flurry' of business; PROPERTY. 634
How the food and drink industry has reshaped. DEREK MAIR 596
Igloos provide a novel way to socialise again. 769
Innovative Scots leading race for patents; DESIGN. KEITH FINDLAY 296
Investment plans using hydro scheme sale's PS1 million 'pot' shelved; DEVELOPMENT. 298
Jean, last sibling of JFK, dies at 92. 377
Job cuts of 15% for oil firms 'likely' EMPLOYMENT. ALLISTER THOMAS 260
King George III's watch could sell for PS1 million; AUCTION. 190
Leaders seek assurances over future of support scheme. GEMMA MACKENZIE 243
Legal case risks Cove's move up; Promotion in doubt as Hearts go to court. CALLUM LAW 412
Life on Mars? Well it all depends on finances... 696
Livestock. 308
Mackie's adapts itself to stay ahead of the game. 822
Macron thanks London for giving wartime French a voice; ANNIVERSARY. 288
Man, 60, in court to face murder charge; INCIDENT. MICHELLE HENDERSON 182
MEPs say deal on trade by July not possible; EUROPE. DAVID HUGHES 264
More chances to get in the swing; GOLF. DANNY LAW 211
MP calls for SSE to reveal job plans; RENEWABLES. DAVID MCPHEE 238
Nevis sports resort gears up for staff redundancies; ? Financial impact of Covid-19 regrettably leaves firm 'no option'. STAN ARNAUD 364
New consumer trends have emerged as the public comes out of lockdown. 266
Nicolson sees mutual benefit from developing talent; STRATHSPEY. ANDY SKINNER 272
No beef about meat company' s boost in profits; Accounts: Millers of Speyside record decent rise. GEMMA MACKENZIE FARMING EDITOR 330
On this day. 227
One million people sign food standards petition; Trade: Call for laws against imports that would be illegal to produce in UK. EMILY BEAMENT 305
Organic oilseed rape on virtual agenda; GROWING. 159
Pennington advice ignored at peril; 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 203
Plans for shops in village get green light; COMMUNITY. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 232
Prison for chef who spat in face of police officer; COURT. 405
PS1.5m mansion to be sold; PROPERTY. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 232
Pubs and restaurants to remain shut; ? Frustration as FM rules out reopening until at least July. DEREK HEALEY 860
Restaurants juggle with shockwave of lockdown; How have restaurants coped with the impact of coronavirus? Rebecca Buchan reports on the responses of two venues. Rebecca Buchan 1279
Rise in pupils staying on 'adds to pressure' EDUCATION. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 426
Robbie has high hopes of racing in Austria; EVENTS. 275
Rockets fall in Green Zone; Middle East: Attack in Iraq during US talks. 356
Ross County closing in on new signings; Recruitment: Proactive Staggies bid to bolster squad within next seven days. ANDY SKINNER 510
Sanction extended on GP in biopsies blunder; TRIBUNAL. JAMES WYLLIE 219
School of Medicine faces racism claims; Student group calls for urgent change in open letter. JAMES WYLLIE 545
Seafood sector working hard to steer its way out of the doldrums; Challenges over domestic sales and Brexit - including new tariffs and access to foreign labour - await post-lockdown. 984
Season ticket sales vital to our promotion push - Morrison; INVERNESS. ANDY SKINNER 487
Selective 'travel corridors' risk legal action; AVIATION. NEIL LANCEFIELD 247
Simpson is braced for decision on marathon; ? Organisers of London event are poised for announcement. FRASER CLYNE 449
SNP warns it may restart independence planning; Lack of Brexit compromise forcing party's hand, says Russell. CRAIG PATON 444
Solskjaer proud of Rashford for meals campaign; ENGLAND. 367
Son talks of how his life was turned upside down after hearing about dad. 408
Souring of sympathy turned the McCanns' private ordeal into needless public trauma. Catherine Deveney 888
Spectis Robotics in Canadian deal; Granite City firm says partnership with Deep Trekker will boost portfolio and facilitate expansion into new sectors. 355
Sport on TV. 347
Staggies tickets offered to NHS workers; FOOTBALL. CHRIS MACLENNAN 216
Stay connected to your staff as lockdown ends. 536
Sturgeon keeps her eye on the prize; The Voice of the North. 255
The Lunch; A cup of coffee via Teams Denied her usual tete-atete, Rebecca Buchan goes online to find out how one food and drink team is faring amid lockdown. Rebecca Buchan 1245
Trade union launches football shirts to raise funding; ACTION. 168
Transition training fund could return to industry; OIL AND GAS. CALUM ROSS 362
tv highlights. 344
Two men on charges following car crash tragedy of Gregor, 16; Accident: Pair accused of causing death by careless driving. JAMES WYLLIE 357
Uncharted waters lie ahead for Aberdeen; ? Chairman Cormack doing all he can to guide Dons to safety. PAUL THIRD 733
US approval of bone graft 'game changer' Science: Clearance allows for synthetic 'putty' to be marketed. KEITH FINDLAY 325
Van Dyck can add to haul. DERRY ALLDRITT 328
Wage cuts on horizon at Dons as pandemic bites; AFC: Cormack warns of 'stark' financial situation amid funding gap. PAUL THIRD 456
Wartime 'legend' dies at 103; Tributes paid to singer who 'uplifted country in some of our darkest hours'. Obituary 680
We will succeed by listening and, most importantly, by working together. Dr Liz Cameron 910
Who said it. 227
Will mindful shopping be a feature for all of us in the coming years? Lockdown has presented people with some new food for thought including our eating habits. 1014
Works beginning for safer walking areas; Travel: Council staff preparing to widen pavements in Torry. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 434

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