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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (June 22, 2020)

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'Boris bike' plan moves up a gear as cycling soars; Hire scheme back on track as lockdown sparks appetite for pedal power. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 207
'Confidence' key as communities remain fearful; HIGHLANDS. 401
A player nicknamed God's Left Foot. 304
Aiming for 10th title will push us - Forrest. 282
Alex Salmond sequel gradually unfolds; ? Inquiries to probe handling of sexual harassment complaints against ex-FM. TOM PETERKIN POLITICAL EDITOR 1305
An unfiltered look at children's screen time. Eleanor Bradford 813
Arts project unites world's walkers; CULTURE. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 234
BANKING Greater use of digital services. KEITH FINDLAY 179
Beef and lamb exports plunge; TRADE. GEMMA MACKENZIE 191
Biggest tour operator hopes to open holiday routes in three weeks; TRAVEL. 276
Bruce's delight as Joelinton ends drought in Newcastle's impressive win over Blades. 431
Bruce's delight as Joelinton ends drought in Newcastle's impressive win over Blades; NEWCASTLE UNITED 3 SHEFFIELD UNITED 0. 422
Build better roads before new homes, say residents; Construction: Community council wants approved plans revoked. CHRIS MACLENNAN 443
Businesses prove PPE can be comfortable; ENTERPRISE. MICHELLE HENDERSON 175
Campsite to offer limited service as demand soars; SUTHERLAND. 281
Captain Tom inspires Mason to aid lifeboat; FUNDRAISER. REBEKAH MCVEY 213
Charities urge PM against merger proposal; AID. JEMMA CREW 246
Comedy series returns with special; ARTS. SEAN MCANGUS 198
Cormack reveals Dons have cut their Covid-19 hit by half. 265
Council revives plan for city bicycle hire scheme; Two-wheeled transport has risen in popularity over lockdown. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 492
Cycling is great, but not for everyone; The Voice of the North. 253
Daily rituals go on and keep our focus on future; Diversification: Local shopping trends bode well Jo Mackenzie writes about life on the Black Isle, on one of the few remaining dairy farms operating in the north of Scotland. 498
Delight as safety work starts at A9 danger junction; Barriers and signs for stretch where man died in three-car pile-up. CHRIS MACLENNAN 217
Dilapidated bridge to make way for new crossing. ACCESS BY KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 256
Donation will help pupils to keep a memory; EDUCATION. BYKIRSTEN ROBERTSON 221
DRIVE OUT PREJUDICE; Hamilton calls for increased black representation across all areas of motorsport FORMULA ONE. ALEXANDER BRITTON 452
Drug checks in Germany spark attacks on police; Crime: 19 officers injured with 24 people arrested. 264
Extensive search launched for missing teenager. POLICE BY JAMES WYLLIE 289
Face masks mandatory for public transport use; 'Leave space for passengers who need it most', urges minister. DOUGLAS BARRIE 378
Farewell to 'Mr Fraserburgh' Funeral: Broch turns out to pay respects to Henry Duthie for decades of dedication. REBEKAH MCVEY 389
Father's tribute to 'little angels' Three children die after blaze at home. DOUGLAS BARRIE 405
FCA looks to ban marketing of speculative 'illiquid' securities. KEITH FINDLAY AND AUGUST GRAHAM 495
FIGHT TO THE FINISH; Ex-Don Winnie fully understands why Hearts and Partick Thistle have gone down a legal route. PAUL THIRD 496
Hayes ready to clinch his Reds return; AFC: Irishman poised to sign two-year deal with Aberdeen. PAUL THIRD 476
Highlands more than just a fling; Brewster: Footballers should embrace chance to move north. ANDY SKINNER 437
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook 694
Hospice workers limber up for big relay; FUNDRAISING. CHRIS MACLENNAN 243
Increased awareness now shaping the way we invest; ESG investing is attracting growing numbers, says Martyn Paterson, financial planner at AAB Wealth. 441
Inverness' top-flight journey started at Pittodrie; ON THIS DAY. 236
Lampard sees bright future for American. 427
Lampard sees bright future for American; ASTONVILLA 1 CHELSEA 2. 423
Livestock body warning on threat of trade deals; Industry: UK Government insists new opportunities will come for farmers. JIM MILLAR 292
Making a successful business by keeping people connected; SMALL BUSINESS FOCUS Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Stewart Macdonald, managing director of Forresbased telecoms firm Fibre 1. 794
More than half of Scots support a split; INDEPENDENCE. LAURA PATERSON 221
New document for QMS pig farmers. JIM MILLAR 193
No support for Pennington theory; Letters to the editor Write to: Letters to the editor, The Press and Journal, 1 Marischal Square, Broad Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1BL. email: All letters are subject to editing and must include your full address and daytime telephone number for verification. Thank you. Letter to the editor 296
North clubs mark Nixon's milestone birthday; RUGBY. 368
Number 10 denies 'triple lock' in danger. HARRIET LINE 223
Number of empty homes triples in just four years; Housing: Shelter charity says impact of oil-price drop is significant factor. JAMES WYLLIE 468
On this day. 162
Outdoor locations to have phased opening; Leisure charity warns of slow and tentative process. SUSY MACAULAY 441
Pedestrian crossing project given green light to resume; TRANSPORT. 235
Photograph from past shows a shocking parallel: We seem to have learned nothing. David Knight 863
Plans for care home with gym and rooftop garden; Development: People now invited to share their views on the proposals. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 385
PM 'sickened' after three people stabbed to death; Others injured in incident, with Libyan refugee now in custody. 581
PORTFOLIOS Whisky proving a great option. KEITH FINDLAY 190
Postponing campaign not an option - Johnston. 376
PS4.5m pledge to support oil and gas skills; ? Train to Retain will help fund those in early stages of careers in energy sector. KEITH FINDLAY 616
Pupils deliver the write stuff to raise charity cash with poetry; BOOK. BYKIRSTEN ROBERTSON 226
Pupils discuss importance of centre on their own wellbeing; SUPPORT. LAURA PATERSON 240
Queens looks an Ayr gift as racing makes its comeback in Scotland; SELECTIONS. ANITA CHAMBERS 351
Recycling restrictions being relaxed right across area; WASTE. 185
RESEARCH Covid-19 pandemic hits SMEs the worst. KEITH FINDLAY 250
Runners still put the miles under their feet; FUNDRAISING. MICHELLE HENDERSON 229
Safety work under way at notorious north junction; Campaigners welcome PS30,000 scheme for accident blackspot. CHRIS MACLENNAN 441
School head plans to open full-time to all pupils by August; EDUCATION. LAURA PATERSON 471
Scottish Tories call for 'confusion' over timetable to be fixed; EDUCATION. TOM PETERKIN POLITICAL EDITOR 338
SET UP FOR A LET DOWN; Peterhead boss McInally believes failed reconstruction only shows how selfish football is. CALLUM LAW 431
Spreading the word that word we're open for business; .P&J backs campaign to champion local firms and help them get back on their feet amid crisis. KARLA SINCLAIR 676
Spreading the word that word we're open for business; .P&J backs campaign to champion local firms and help them get back on their feet amid crisis. KARLA SINCLAIR 776
STRATEGIES A third change course in crisis. 174
TOFFEES HOLD REDS TO DRAW; Liverpool now five points off the title after Merseyside derby ends goalless. CARL MARKHAM 931
TOFFEES HOLD REDS TO DRAW; Liverpool now five points off the title after Merseyside derby ends goalless. CARL MARKHAM 861
Top mentor at bank will drop in for breakfast; Virtual event: Speaker confirmed. KEITH FINDLAY 192
Tourism industry 'will need extended support' POLITICS. TOM PETERKIN 259
Travel. 166
Tributes flood in for 'kind and fun' teacher; VICTIMS. 267
Tributes to Highland oil worker and father; Tragedy: 61-year-old died from a heart attack in Azerbaijan. CHRIS MACLENNAN 434
Trump restarts 2020 campaign for re-election; US POLITICS. 254
tv highlights. 357
Two RAF fighter jets in mid-air mix-up; PROBE. 255
Virus partly to blame as two production hubs put on hold; GROWTH. 285
Warning that rates snub could cost jobs; ? Traders fear going under as government stands firm. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 481
Weak wholesale gas price hits profit but revenue up; Chrysaor owes expected PS1.5bn but expects debt to fall this year. ALLISTER THOMAS AND KEITH FINDLAY 354
Welcoming visitors back fraught with anxiety; ? As lockdown begins to ease, Susy MacAulay looks at the various challenges facing the vital tourism sector in the Highlands and islands. 638
Where next for stock markets? 945
Who said it. 249
Wool shop closes amid pedestrianisation move; Knit Hoose shuts its doors in town after a decade in business. REBEKAH MCVEY 370
Young carer's challenge; Chantelle gives insight to new demands presented by lockdown. KAITLIN EASTON 318
Youngsters given chance to gain more skills on pitch; SPORT. MICHELLE HENDERSON 233

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