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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (June 25, 2020)

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'Make things as normal as we can for children' CHILDCARE. SEAN MCANGUS 402
'Setting ambitious targets sparks discussion' FUTURE. 163
A problem not strictly for birds; Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 227
Aberdeen FC Community Trust secures PS85k grant; COMMUNITY. MICHELLE HENDERSON 465
All's fair at Caley Thistle; Club offers fans chance to donate on top of discounted tickets. ANDY SKINNER 483
Appliance of science more important now than ever; Aberdeen' s Stokes part of national effort to ensure safe return. PAUL THIRD 457
Authorities hope to have fans back for restart; GUIDELINES. 236
Big draw for Villa but woe for City, Cherries; ROUND-UP. 267
Body of man found on popular beach; POLICE. KIERAN BEATTIE 190
Bogs, bugs and big effort make PS4k for NSPCC; CHARITY. JOHN ROSS 330
Boyd feeling fit as a fiddle thanks to lockdown; PETERHEAD. 283
Britons against lowering food standards; BREXIT. 171
Buckner hits out at delay in opening pools; SWIMMING. 230
Business breakfast looks at weathering the storm; P&J event brings experts together to discuss best way forward. REBECCA BUCHAN 410
Call for event to celebrate public service; HEROES. JAMES WYLLIE 200
Calls for patience over 'unsightly' overgrown grass across region; COUNCIL. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 376
City needs to find PS9.5m; ? Grant for nursery places could be used to plug Covid-19 deficit. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 498
Clark's Olympics dream gets firmly back on track; Zoey returns to Village... and Tokyo delay may have helped her. RYAN CRYLE 438
Council leaders to face budget scrutiny; POLITICS. SUSY MACAULAY 219
Credits roll for community heroes as hotel car park transformed into drive-in cinema; EVENTS. 265
Dairy farmer discussion on set price mechanism; Milk: UK-wide talks launched to help tackle unfair practices in the sector. GEMMA MACKENZIE 299
Death Notices. 1264
Dedicated former school rector dies at 92. Obituary 328
Delight as Warriors hold on to Fijian forward; RUGBY UNION. 266
Delight at caravan parks over 'early' start; CAMPSITES. JOHN ROSS 288
Dons adapting to survive; AFC: McInnes proud of way his men have adjusted to training regime. PAUL THIRD 419
Driver, 84, who killed cyclist had failing eyesight; Court: Pensioner previously told to stay off road. 534
Emergency cash used to make pavements wider; ? Anger from some at lack of notice for project to aid distancing. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 398
Energy hub bid could create jobs; ? Isles project would cash in on move toward net zero economy. ALLISTER THOMAS 368
Extension of measures to prevent firms being evicted; SUPPORT. 314
Family informed of body discovered in woodlands; Search: Police have confirmed formal identification has yet to take place. BEN HENDRY 357
Festival celebrating music of '90s and noughties coming in autumn. EVENTS BY JAMES WYLLIE 212
Filled with faith in the future; ? In an exclusive interview with Tom Peterkin, the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland talks about the impact of the pandemic on the Kirk and what may lie ahead. Tom Peterkin 894
Fleets hit hard by Covid-19 crisis, MSPs told; FISHING. NEIL POORAN 190
Former soldier's military return in limbo; COURT. 249
Germany plant closure could pressure prices; Pandemic: Fears processor will close for weeks. GEMMA MACKENZIE 305
Get a haircut but don't get carried away; The Voice of the North. 376
Giant hogweed meets its match in hungry flock; Weeds: Sheep helping clear growth at riverside. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 346
Governments of Britain compete to see who is best at being worst in Covid fight. Alex Bell 900
Green projects lend Petrofac some hope; Energy services: Firm counts cost of virus and crude price fall. MARK LAMMEY 396
Hairdressers and pubs to return on July 15; ? Households able to meet indoors from next month. TOM PETERKIN POLITICAL EDITOR 1539
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook 770
Hotel to close with 45 jobs lost; HOSPITALITY. 254
Impact on credit quality 'limited' MARKETS. 182
Inedible potatoes frustrate growers. NANCY NICOLSON 191
Jobs threat as aviation services firm struggles; Aberdeen airport workers among those facing uncertainty. KEITH FINDLAY 547
Kelly checks in at County; Transfers: Gers kid in loan move to Dingwall. ANDY SKINNER 362
Kirk's prayers answered; Heritage: St James The Great set for facelift after upgrade approval given. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON AND KIERAN BEATTIE 449
Level up playing field. 184
Livestock. 346
Magpies denied as Villa pick up big point. 237
Man, 34, dies in tragic accident after van and lorry collide on A9; CRASH. MICHELLE HENDERSON 302
Mannofield opens its doors to other clubs in north-east; Cricket: Aberdeenshire will allow local sides to make use of their facilities. JACK NIXON 480
MARKETS Builder takes a knock on FTSE. 162
Martial blunts Blades with maiden hat-trick. 259
Multi-million-pound plan for UHI life science centre; Technology: Hopes new complex will help to retain talent in the north. MICHELLE HENDERSON 402
Murray falls to defeat against fellow Brit Edmund; TENNIS. 261
Murray has eye on bigger picture despite defeat; TENNIS. 306
Music venues join national support plea; CORONAVIRUS ? Some fear budding musicians could be left nowhere to play without assistance. SEAN MCANGUS 886
NHS may take over care home hit by Covid-19; COURT. 215
No shortcuts over safety as salons reopen y; ? As Nicola Sturgeon announces a raft of milestone dates for the easing of lockdown, The P&J reporters spoke to businesses that are now poised to reopen. KIERAN BEATTIE 558
North man denies causing death by dangerous driving; COURT. 233
NTS to reopen outdoor treasures; HERITAGE. MICHELLE HENDERSON 260
OGTC appoints Tendeka figure to board; PERSONNEL. KEITH FINDLAY 228
On this day. 298
Pandemic could change council services forever; Authority issues warning as 'recovery and renewal' plan agreed. DAVID MACKAY 415
Plans to replace crossing appear set to be derailed; Infrastructure: Council argues no financial incentive to progress work. KIERAN BEATTIE 427
Probe into killing of fish; Environment: Scottish Water to examine source of leak that polluted burn. DAVID MACKAY 359
PS20m contract for next phase at base; DEFENCE. 243
Pubs and hotels give cautious welcome as they prepare outdoor areas for customers; HOSPITALITY. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 512
Reds overpower Eagles to move two points from title; ? Thirty-year wait almost over as Klopp's men dismantle Palace. 482
Regular business could restart from August; MEETINGS. 231
Second wave of coronavirus could have variety of economic impacts; OPINIONS. 324
Sinclair hopes doors will be open again in July; ASV LATEST. 257
SMEs enjoyed boost last year; INVESTMENT. KEITH FINDLAY 250
Solving statue issue could be child's play. 177
SPFL lodges defence, seeks powers; GOVERNANCE. 245
Stars to shine at Haydock; SELECTIONS. 300
Study suggests salt may offer benefits; SYMPTOMS. DOUGLAS BARRIE Report 246
Tackling the temperatures. Jim McColl Gardening Notes 948
Toffees into top 10 as Norwich fall further adrift. 279
Town business leader steps down after eight years; COMMUNITY. DAVID MACKAY 254
tv highlights. 341
Two years to change after-school club procedures after inspection. WATCHDOG BY JAMES WYLLIE 278
United make short work of blunt Blades at Old Trafford; Martial does the trick as Solskjaer' s men extend unbeaten run. 390
US attitude to virus worrying. Stephen Gallacher 468
Virus put paid to office move. KEITH FINDLAY 438
Wake up and smell the coffee; Business owner kept his van running by offering home delivery. KARLA SINCLAIR 577
Whisky sale aids charities; Glenfiddich's online auction raises PS240,000. SEAN MCANGUS 422
Whisper it, I've quite enjoyed the lockdown. Chris Deerin 894
Who said it. 223
Worker's hands tied up in petrol station robbery; Crime: Aberdeen teenager pleads guilty to offence. 375

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