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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (June 30, 2020)

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'Bleak view among firms' ECONOMY. 210
'First step back to normality' is welcomed; ? Stores and customers take new safety measures in stride. CHRIS MACLENNAN 865
'First step back to normality' is welcomed; ? Stores and customers take new safety measures in stride. CHRIS MACLENNAN 1218
'Persistent and predatory' As The Press and Journal continues to look at the dire ramifications of domestic abuse, a brave Aberdeen teenager has spoken of her ordeal at the hands of a boyfriend she later learned was a serial rapist. 1486
'Taking vitamin D does not treat Covid-19' RESEARCH. ELLA PICKOVER 212
'Thousands' of shoppers return to streets; REOPENING. 451
AFC Women run for funds; Windfall: Dons raise PS6k for Community Trust with 24-hour effort. PAUL THIRD 443
Boeing 737 Max boost to traders; MARKETS. AUGUST GRAHAM 293
Call for PS80bn UK-wide package to aid recovery; REPORT. 256
Celebrate town' s place in history; 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 161
City cinema needs PS25k to ensure happy ending; Appeal to help secure its survival as lockdown shuts off income. CALUM PETRIE 426
Cocaine and cash found by police in flat; COURT. JAMES WYLLIE 230
Commission to champion UK farmers in trade deals; Competition, welfare and safety to be scrutinised post-Brexit. GEMMA MACKENZIE 303
Council to look at ways of slowing traffic; SPEEDING. REBEKAH MCVEY 241
Countries hit by virus surge; India and USA badly affected - while other nations ease travel restrictions. 451
Cultural tie-up leads to online festival; ARTS. 242
Defence lines drawn in mind and the ground. 233
Delay to crossing repairs is bridge too far for locals; Council: Criticism as schedule put back to 2026. DAVID MACKAY 332
Designer of the I Love New York logo, Milton Glaser, dies aged 91. 355
Devastated mum to help others in memory of David; Family's mission to continue caring spirit of tragic teen. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 197
Doherty warns against threat of substandard US food imports; SAFEGUARDS. 225
Donate salary to charity, shamed councillor urged; Conviction: Donnelly pockets PS8k after sex assault. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 612
Douglas king of hill with virtual victory; CHALLENGE. 230
Drive to root out false news online; CAMPAIGN. JAMIE HARRIS 233
Energean' s boss setting out stall on Glengorm; Offshore: Not actively looking to sell. MARK LAMMEY 476
Environmental group in call to review spaceport; Planning: Extinction Rebellion Scotland has expressed ecological concerns. JOHN ROSS 474
EPL: CLARETS UP TO EIGHTH WITH WIN AT PALACE. 204
Estate agents expecting record month for sales; Pent-up demand as property market opens up after lockdown. CALUM PETRIE 424
Familiarity breeds success; AFC: Taylor reckons squad continuity will serve Reds well in Europa tilt. PAUL THIRD 410
Farquhar on mission to get Clach 'back on track' COACHING. 254
Firms urged to have say on street shake-up; ROADWORKS. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 193
FM in fresh public plea to use face coverings; HEALTH. TOM EDEN 219
Fork in the road back to normal; The Voice of the North. 255
Foul play by visitors to estate; Balmoral rangers raise issue of people relieving themselves next to paths. ALEXANDER BRITTON 269
Friend says student was 'smart, caring and kind' TRIBUTE. 282
Fugitive jailed for holiday home break-in; COURT. 212
Funding offer for shaping response to Covid; MONEY. SEAN MCANGUS 200
GB Trials: World mountain running bid hanging in balance; RACE PROSPECTS. 280
Golfing duo pitch in to help special charities; SUPPORT. JOHN ROSS 204
Gordon gets his Hearts desire with return to Tynecastle; JAMBOS. 200
Growers in plea to supply chain after costs rise; Fruit and veg: Coronavirus adds to expenditure. GEMMA MACKENZIE 325
Hand sanitiser stations installed for community; Personal hygiene made priority ahead of potential reopening. MICHELLE HENDERSON 351
Hope, but no complacency ROSS COUNTY: TWO NEW DEFENDERS ARE JUST WHAT STAGGIES NEEDED. 341
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook 773
Hotel deluged by reservations for meals; EATING OUT. REBEKAH MCVEY 200
House in disrepair could become 'tourism hotspot' PROJECT. SEAN MCANGUS 265
How do we define racism in today's world? 857
If it's a choice between a spiked drink and a spike of virus, I plan to remain at home. Helen Brown 889
Industry experts in talks over new set-up; LORDS. 203
Johnson's PS5bn plan to 'build, build, build' in UK; Prime minister expected to unveil ambitions for infrastructure. DAN O'DONOGHUE 442
Knifeman was 'decent guy' Attack: Fellow asylum seeker tells of 'trauma' following incident at hotel. DOUGLAS BARRIE 397
Latest golf returns. 241
Legend's illness shouldn't overshadow stellar career; Ex-Scotland international provided many moments to savour. NEIL DRYSDALE 814
Local lockdowns possible for isolated virus spikes; Targeted suppression to be looked at instead of blanket action. ADELE MERSON 520
Mackay is pick of the bunch. 416
Marathon call-off delivers monster blow to economy; Highlands facing PS2m loss in revenue as Loch Ness run cancelled. MICHELLE HENDERSON 178
McLean left disgruntled by SPFL' s Brora snub; ? Captain thinks 14-10-10-10 plan was 'ideal for everyone'. CALLUM LAW 439
MSP: Repairs on A92 should take place this summer; ROADWAY. KIERAN BEATTIE 198
Mum looks to son's legacy; Family in mourning after aspiring doctor found dead in woods. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 377
New scheme to give ethnic minorities help into coaching; DIVERSITY. 284
offender made girl's life hell; Support from charity kept victim from her 'darker side'. 263
Oilfield technology firm cuts workforce by 25%; EMPLOYMENT. MARK LAMMEY 404
On this day. 224
Opposition leader pushes PM into press-up competition; INTERVIEW. 194
Organisation calls on governments to take heed of plan for green recovery from crisis; ENVIRONMENT. REBECCA BUCHAN 442
P&J panel: What do you think about the shops reopening? 287
Park not out of the woods yet, but things looking up; Reopening puts debt-hit wildlife attraction 'on road to recovery'. JOHN ROSS 660
People are still sticking to areas at home; TRAVEL. NEIL LANCEFIELD 206
Positive Covid-19 test sees Frittelli pull out; GOLF ROUND-UP. 268
PREMIER LEAGUE: CLARETS MOVE UP TO EIGHTH WITH WIN AT PALACE. 241
Pupils on their marks for big relay day; SCHOOLS. CALUM PETRIE 235
Residents marvel over rare sighting of funnel cloud. WEATHER BY JAMES WYLLIE 295
Restoration of landmark building to get under way; Heritage: First phase of work on ruined mansion clears planning hurdles. JOHN ROSS 434
School band clinches third in online competition; MUSIC. SEAN MCANGUS 223
Staggies pair of aces tipped for big season; County: Kettlewell reckons Paton and Grivosti will flourish next term. ANDY SKINNER 425
Stephen's at the front in race to beat coronavirus; Immunologist finds time away from research to win challenge. FRASER CLYNE 496
Strategy would 'make farming circular' ENVIRONMENT. 194
Students face shake-up of NHS work placements; STUDY. 269
Tech firm snapped up by US buyer in $330m deal; Takeover: Inverness-born founder of Eggplant expected to receive $22m. REBECCA BUCHAN 279
Terrors in recovery mode after Neilson's bombshell; Reynolds optimistic despite ex-manager's shock departure. IAN ROACHE 499
Time for research in tag reliability; 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 197
Time to give long grass the big chop; 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 201
Tourism body seeking new members to bolster its board. REBECCA BUCHAN 218
Tourism bosses counting cost after race cancelled; Decision could have a big impact on already-strained economy. MICHELLE HENDERSON 504
Town alerted to fight them on the beaches; Eighty years ago, alarm sounded that Nazis were invading. SCOTT BEGBIE 630
Town's open-air pool will stay shut for 2020; ATTRACTION. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 219
Trafford set to join Accies as Meekings released; TRANSFERS. 222
Tributes to policeman who became bothy ballads star; Doric: Complete change of direction for tuneful former north-east sergeant. BEN HENDRY 525
tv highlights. 354
Visitors' quarantine not ruled out; ? Sturgeon says no such plans for those crossing Anglo-Scottish border but that options are vital. TOM PETERKIN POLITICAL EDITOR 739
Wentworth for the win; SELECTIONS. 327
Who said it. 227
Work under way to turn former school to homes; Construction: Clearing started yesterday ahead of restoration project. CALUM PETRIE 223
Youth leading the fight for change; 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 196

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