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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (June 29, 2020)

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'Biggest peacetime job creation' called for; WORK. 545
'Everyone can play part' in preventing a tragedy. 251
All creatures - great and small - on show; The Scottish Agricultural Show promises to showcase the best of Scotland's livestock and horses - as well as their handlers. Jim Millar 567
AMS Global Group appoints new board director; MARINE. REBECCA BUCHAN 220
ANDY'S RANKING POINT; Murray serves up possible solution to positions problem of top players selecting events. 421
Armed Forces Day flag hoisted in Moray; TRIBUTE. DAVID MACKAY 188
BANKING Online and app surge for TSB. KEITH FINDLAY 261
Barkley wins it for Chelsea as Gunners eye Europe. 348
Beachfront bicycle lane proposals gain support; CORONAVIRUS ? Traders and campaigners voice enthusiasm for new measures. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 492
Big Issue sets out return to street plan; OUTBREAK. 237
Boat owner calls for action against vessels from abroad after incident; MARITIME. JOHN ROSS 383
BP aiming to work with supply chain over costs; Oil and gas: Blanket demand to reduce prices would be 'wrong thing to do'. MARK LAMMEY 548
Cancelled book festival to open new chapter online; Virtual read-alongs offer chance to capture a flavour of events. JOHN ROSS 348
Chance to have your say on agri-tech. GEMMA MACKENZIE 176
Charity: Empty homes must be reused; RECOVERY. NEIL POORAN 237
Children spread awareness of river environment. COMPETITION BY KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 265
CITY IN CRUISE CONTROL; De Bruyne spot on while Sterling adds the gloss as Citizens brush Magpies aside NEWCASTLE 0 MANCHESTERCITY 2. 437
City stage school taking shows out to the people; CORONAVIRUS ? Live outdoor performances delivered direct to the community. JAMES WYLLIE 407
Community larder will make sure unwanted food is put to good use; SUPPORT. DAVID MACKAY 242
Cook served nearly two million meals; EDUCATION. CHRIS MACLENNAN 220
CORONAVIRUS Workers seeing wages tumble. KEITH FINDLAY 260
Council rolls out pavement widening plan; PANDEMIC. SUSY MACAULAY 190
Crews stranded in UK awaiting repatriation; OPINION. DAVID DICKENS CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF THE FISHERMEN'S MISSION 254
Crowds risk fresh spike, saye, says Patel; ? Home secretary brands spate of mass gatherings in recent days unacceptable. PATRICK DALY 586
Customers urged to follow five rules as shops reopen doors; RETAIL. NEIL POORAN 408
DECADE IN THE SUN; Forres boss Rowley reflects on the ups and downs of his 10 years at Mosset Park helm. CALLUM LAW 681
Dons eye Uefa top table; AFC: Director of football on why place in best 100 is on Reds agenda. PAUL THIRD 517
Elgin set deadline for decision on out-of-contract players. 267
End of era as Ritchie bids farewell to Score Group; ? Family business was sold to a private equity firm in December. REBECCA BUCHAN 359
English easing of lockdown reckless; 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 194
Families struggle to stay afloat; FINANCES. 195
Family heartbreak as lifetime's charity work washed away; Flooding hits haven set up in memory of couple's daughter. Obituary 210
Fears for migrant boat crews trapped in North Sea ports; Visa confusion blamed for 'unacceptable' conditions. CALUM ROSS 202
Film director was hugely admired. 336
Financial steps which will make future more secure; There is no better time to review your finances, says Neil Shelton, of Aberdeen and Peterhead-based Focus Financial. 451
Food hampers handed out to elderly; COMMUNITY. KIERAN BEATTIE 245
Football boss has his cake and eats it on run; CHALLENGE. ANDY SKINNER 235
Football boss has his cake and eats it to help his run; Steven Mackay raised PS16,000 for charity as he ran 81.6 miles. ANDY SKINNER 461
Foreign fish workers a real asset; The Voice of the North. 250
foreign fishermen high oreign and dry at Scottish ports; ?Workers left stranded and penniless aboard their boats. CALUM ROSS 885
Former hospital poised to become housing; DEVELOPMENT. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 230
FROM CATCHING SHOTS TO CALLING THEM; Ball boy turned director of football Gunn proud of how far Dons have come in 20 years. PAUL THIRD 557
Get your colouring pencils out. 179
Good Evans: Dan wins Battle of the Brits in fine style. 379
Got a lockdown question for Holyrood? You may well be heading for a tart reply; Agenda. David Knight 1077
Grieving father makes plea to victims of domestic violence; The Press and Journal is launching a three-part series examining the horrific impact of domestic abuse. Today, the heartbroken dad of a confident young woman who was murdered by her abusive partner speaks for the first time about how she suffered in silence. 1491
Group hails its contract boosts; ENGINEERING. MARK LAMMEY 261
Group to look at how NHS should progress; MEDICAL. 159
HOPING FOR THE BEST; Blue Toon midfielder staying optimistic for football's resumption and playing with club. CALLUM LAW 461
Horoscopes by Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook. 740
Hotel project to restart after lockdown delay; DEVELOPMENT. 203
Independence is coming, for sure; 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 241
Ings at double to sting hapless Hornets. 277
Ings at double to sting hapless Hornets. 240
IT'S KETTLEWELL'S COUNTY. PAUL THIRD COMMENT 545
Judges among best in the country; Livestock experts from all over Scotland have come together to virtually judge the show's entries. Jim Millar 596
Kettlewell's vision vital for Randall; Staggies: Defender eager to start. PAUL THIRD 385
Letter to clubs is wrong, say legal bid pair. 167
Level heads key to succeeding with rent talks; Land: Periodic review can often be a flashpoScotland's tenant farming commissioner, Bob McIntosh, writes about his work to improve relations with tenants and landlords int. 458
Livestock. 347
Lower Leagues expect to start in October. 261
Majority of Scots behind transition extension; BREXIT. DANIEL HARKINS 251
Man accused of attempted murder to appear in court; Hospital: 52-year-old remains in serious condition following disturbance. GREGOR AIKEN 209
Man shot by police during attack named; CRIME. 208
Man shot by police during attack named; CRIME. 243
Memorial 'washed away' Deluge destroys couple's charity garden to honour daughter. 544
Mountain rescue veteran passing baton to protege; Outdoors: Retired schoolteacher has attended more than 1,600 call-outs. JOHN ROSS 383
New whisky investment service; PLANNING. KEITH FINDLAY 174
No resting on laurels as former director looks to charitable work; FOCUS. 315
Oil worker has whale of a time surrounded by orcas; MARINE LIFE. DAVID WALKER 334
On this day. 190
One man on a language saving mission; David Mackay talks to a linguist who is trying to keep old tongues alive - from Scotland right to New Mexico. 1433
Owners to keep investing in future workers; PLANS. 207
Paddle-boarding cocker spaniel gets on the water; Lockdown gives an extended holiday to much-loved family pet. CHRIS MACLENNAN 314
Plan for building 140 new homes is passed; DEVELOPMENT. SUSY MACAULAY 242
Positive Covid test could leave many sunseekers out of pocket. KEITH FINDLAY 526
Post Office to restart currency exchange. VICKY SHAW 208
Professor advises people to be sensible in months ahead; WARNING. PAUL MALIK 258
PS6.5m cash boost for Highland hydro plan; Scheme: UK's largest community-owned facility to get under way. CHRIS MACLENNAN 379
REAL DRESS REHEARSAL; Guardiola lays down gauntlet to City players - win FA Cup and then defeat Madrid. 470
Ringing endorsement as garage recovers treasure; Motoring: Family praises firm for helping out after jewellery mishap in car. KIERAN BEATTIE 356
Runners go extra mile to honour Jon; Charity: Event tribute to RAF man. DAVID MACKAY 396
Scooterists get their vintage motors running; CHARITY. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 207
Scottish Labour to plan a national care service; REFORM. 272
Scouts' grand plan for wooded space; COMMUNITY. SEAN MCANGUS 249
SFA gives United permission to talk to Mackay. 231
Shops geared up to get back into business; ? Measures put in place as traders ready to welcome people through doors again. KIERAN BEATTIE 648
Show larder full of food and drink; Take time to peruse the show's wide range of food and drink tents to see the very best culinary fare Scotland has to offer. Katy Gordon 439
SMALL FIRMS Businesses counting cost of late payment. KEITH FINDLAY 236
Spanish Angel looks ready to strike again at Windsor; SELECTIONS. ANITA CHAMBERS 486
Sparrows get inside Nessie's head during lockdown; WILDLIFE. 226
Statues don't have to be celebratory; 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 164
Students demand salary cuts for top staff; UNIVERSITY. JOHN ROSS 229
Study reveals trap crops crucial to stemming pest; Arable: Research aims to tackle cabbage stem flea beetle in oilseed rape. GEMMA MACKENZIE 308
Survival courses bearing Covid-19 in mind; SAFETY. 246
Taking plunge has paid off for founder of software company; SMALL BUSINESS FOCUS Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Barnaby Mercer, founder and director of Lerwick-based software firm Mesomorphic. 711
This year's show is alive and clicking! The 2020 Scottish Agricultural gathering is ready to roll out - all we need now is you to join in our first online event this weekend. Nancy Nicolson 545
Time to vote for your best in show; Cute canines, classic machinery and tempting cakes in the spotlight as our three special competitions reach their finale. Katy Gordon 313
Tourism industry should get huge cut in VAT, says MP; ECONOMY. PAUL MALIK 287
Trans row writer 'receives 3,000 supportive emails' SOCIETY. LAURA HARDING 310
tv highlights. 337
Under-21 coach to succeed O'Neill as manager; IRISH FA. 220
Using spare time to learn Gaelic; EDUCATION. JOHN ROSS 224
Virtual event helps save the day; The farming sector throughout Scotland and beyond is relishing the opportunity to take part in a show unlike any other. Nancy Nicolson 579
War graves hero is saluted for her selfless devotion; Honoured: Loved ones celebrate 'inspiring' Isobel. JOHN ROSS 408
We must learn to live with this pandemic. Len Ironside 971
Who said it. 181
World's singers invited to join Scots for peace song; Music: Project will culminate in performance on Remembrance Sunday. 310
Worry for firms after village's hotel closes; Owners felt they had no choice but to shut their doors. DAVID MACKAY 399

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