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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (June 24, 2020)

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'Critical decision on ferry service cannot be put off' Travel: Transferring responsibility to Transport Scotland remains option. SUSY MACAULAY 439
'Difficult decision' to end works; PRODUCTION. ALLISTER THOMAS 245
'Iconic' lion statue turned to graphic as show of unity in town; PEACE. 215
'Powerhouse' group aims to lift up town; ? Four organisations come together to regenerate seaside resort after Covid-19. CHRIS MACLENNAN 544
90-year-old completes charity stair climb; FUNDRAISING. EMMA O'NEILL 209
Aberdeenshire figure to lead full fibre revolution; Broadband: Openreach in the midst of replacing nation's copper network. KEITH FINDLAY 274
Burnley chairman condemns racist plane banner; RACISM. 335
Bus firms attack council over changes; Claims local authority 'misled' them over interim Union Street traffic ban. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 677
Businesses urged to reach out; Aberdeen Journals' initiative hopes to spread message north-east is open. KARLA SINCLAIR 488
Care home staff member tests positive again; COVID-19. CHRIS MACLENNAN 367
Clubs cash in on PS2.5m donation; FOOTBALL. 349
Concerns about potential delays for roadworks; Campaign: Residents fear for safety at junction. KIERAN BEATTIE 304
Councils, unions and parents slate handling of issue; RESPONSE. ADELE MERSON 607
Curtis comes up trumps at Beverley by netting a treble; RACING RETURNS. Jockey Ben Curtis 1452
Cycling path link gets the go-ahead; TRANSPORT. REBEKAH MCVEY 263
Date for Donnelly hearing set for autumn; POLITICS. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 210
Devolution review findings still to be shared 11 months after work began; PUBLICATION. DAN O'DONOGHUE 436
Director had 'extraordinary taste'. 341
Distance easing boosts market; STOCKS. 208
Djokovic tests positive for Covid-19 amid tour fiasco; ? Kyrgios hits out at Adria organisers for letting event go ahead. 426
Extra style and speed added to the refreshed Cupra Ateca. 208
Famous few should demonstrate scruffy solidarity and let their hair go full Worzel. Iain Maciver 863
Farmers are driving away our birds. 236
FM to further ease rules ther on lockdown; ? Announcement due ahead of plan but two-metre restriction to remain. 749
Foodbanks issue appeal amid soaring demand; DONATIONS. KIERAN BEATTIE 265
Gerrard urges McLaughlin to test McGregor; Transfers: New Gers keeper told he will be competing for Ibrox side's No 1 jersey. GAVIN McCAFFERTY 459
Hallelujah for some now - but caution cannot be overstated; ANALYSIS. DAN O'DONOGHUE 378
Hayes to defer Dons wages for 12 months; AFC: McInnes thrilled as winger's gesture helps deal get over the line. PAUL THIRD 472
Heartbreak for mum of missing medical student; Family: Pain at having to watch search for teenage son from 100 miles away. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 473
Help group grew from one kitchen; COMMUNITY. REBEKAH MCVEY 324
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook 773
HRN Tractors in John Deere dealer changes; Machinery: Netherton Tractors to open outlet. NANCY NICOLSON 256
Huntly confirm Laird as new No 2 to Hale; DUGOUT. 223
Innovation helping turn tide on uncertain times. 821
Inspection experts celebrating success; North Sea: Joy for specialists as two projects are completed. KEITH FINDLAY 377
Island's tourism committee beefed up; ORKNEY. KEITH FINDLAY 209
Kirk moderator suggests churches for classrooms; RELIGION. TOM PETERKIN 263
Lack of residents leads to home's closure; CARE. KIERAN BEATTIE 243
Leaving a mess in taxis may cost you PS100; TRANSPORT. KIERAN BEATTIE 251
Leicester limp to home draw; EPL: Schmeichel spot on for Foxes. 216
Let there be light: Fort blaze trail ahead of new campaign; Shinty: Newtonmore also expected to unveil memorial training pitch. BILL McALLISTER 609
Mackay: Crowds crucial if league is to return; GUIDELINES. 268
Mercedes-AMG updates its E63S. 345
MSP backs proposal for medical school in region; Investment: Progression of planning halted due to coronavirus pandemic. CHRIS MACLENNAN 447
Murray makes short work of Broady on return; ROEHAMPTON. 271
No substitute for time in classroom; The Voice of the North. 239
Noah gives refuge to mam-moth; WILDLIFE. SHONA GOSSIP 262
North-east woman to lead full fibre roll-out in Scotland. KEITH FINDLAY 208
On this day. 269
P&J MOTORING SERVICES GUIDE; ADVERTISING FEATURE Get your car road ready. 447
Pakistan reveal more positive tests; CRICKET. 225
People encouraged to join in singing; LOCKDOWN. MICHELLE HENDERSON 350
Petrol v electric makes for an intriguing comparison; Petrol has long been the go-to performance fuel, but could electric take its place? We put both to the test. 805
Planners happy with power line plans; ENERGY. SUSY MACAULAY 265
Police 'scapegoated' over Floyd tragedy, says union; US. 241
Power and range get a boost; BMW has beefed up the powertrain in its X5 hybrid - but how does this affect the way it drives? Your Car finds out. 831
Profits boost for pork processing giant; ACCOUNTS. 200
Public to be asked for views over bad parking; COUNCIL. REBEKAH MCVEY 224
Pupils' efforts earn PS28,000 for good causes; CHARITY. DANIEL BOAL 457
Putting pedal to metal to guarantee 2020 car show; Organisers of classic event alter rules to comply with guidelines. DAVID MACKAY 473
Raised flags for Armed Forces Week; MILITARY. 152
Referees raise PS2.7k in 24 hours; CHALLENGE. SEAN MCANGUS 158
Relief for parents after U-turn over full-time schools; 'Surprise' progress in virus fight means end of home classes. ADELE MERSON 181
Route: Work to begin on road to benefit walkers and wheelers. 162
Royal Birkdale will be sole host for Amateur Championship; GOLF. 197
Scheme to help out pubs launches; PUBS. KEITH FINDLAY 239
School bus deal must be binding; 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
schools to reopen fully after a 'climbdown' ? Education secretary says about-turn depends on Covid-19 staying in decline. ADELE MERSON 656
Sensational snap of mother owl in flight a real hoot; PICTURE. 200
Seven more countries due Moray firm's hand sanitisers. KEITH FINDLAY 216
Seven more nations due Moray firm's sanitisers; Hygiene: Aberdonian entrepreneur insists plans extend beyond pandemic. KEITH FINDLAY 277
Shortlist for prize in book awards revealed; WRITING. EMMA O'NEILL 220
Spreading the message; Initiative: Farmers to put up posters informing the public about their work. GEMMA MACKENZIE 273
Staggies trio are stuck on the sidelines; County: Kettlewell hopes Grivosti, Chalmers and Draper return soon. ANDY SKINNER 325
State needs to cut distancing in half; 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 160
Student is now the master; ? Hayes ready to embrace mentorship role upon Reds return. PAUL THIRD 575
Study finds 'lottery' over role in politics for youth; COUNCIL. TOM PETERKIN 362
Sympathy for champions; ? Broch' s West feels for Cattachs but ready to challenge for title HIGHLAND LEAGUE LATEST. CALLUM LAW 497
Tatters call for more flexibility for lower tiers; GOVERNANCE. 325
Teacher conquers cycle test in just 47 days; CHALLENGE. KAITLIN EASTON 207
TODAY'S SELECTIONS: LEGACY VALUE AT HAYDOCK. 251
Tories call for FM to imitate English move; ? Johnson confirms significant changes to lockdown measures south of border. DAN O'DONOGHUE WESTMINSTER REPORTER 633
Tourism chief welcomes plan to reopen public loos; TOILETS. DAVID MACKAY 305
Trump to protect statues; US president plans executive order to keep 'racist' monuments. 369
tv highlights. 330
Warm tributes to 'caring' victims of stabbing attack; READING ? Mourning after loss of loved ones in suspected terror incident. 602
Who said it. 226
Woman injured after attack by bird of prey; Wounded: Jogger had talon marks on head after buzzard strike. JAMES WYLLIE 520
Work still to be done after the great divide. Ian Maxwell 859

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