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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (June 5, 2020)

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Baby salmon lost in fire; SHETLAND. 245
Back to work on flood prevention scheme after Covid-19 disruption; CORONAVIRUS REPAIRS. KIERAN BEATTIE 299
Background: What we know about suspect. 270
Baftas could be a battle royal; Nominations for annual awards unveiled. SHERNA NOAH 469
BiFab owner 'has not put a penny of investment' into firm. DAVID MCPHEE 229
Book publisher worried year could be written off; Owners are pessimistic even in the face of easing restrictions. DAVID MACKAY 373
Brexit could add to woes of business; EUROPE. KATRINE BUSSEY 283
Brora boss pushing limits to raise money for charity; Mackay aims to run 80 miles in 24 hours, with PS10,000 target. ANDY SKINNER 530
Cash stolen in 'cruel' thefts at care homes; Police say break-ins may be linked to other incidents. CHRIS MACLENNAN 480
Cattle theory out to grass; Science: Climate impact of grazing herds updated. GEMMA MACKENZIE 336
Charity champ hits road "It is great to see how generous people are during tough times" Fundraising: Six-year-old is helping aunt raise money for cancer cause. SEAN MCANGUS 365
Charity fears it will run out of money; DONATIONS. EMMA O'NEILL 221
Clubs discuss playing season in full; SECOND TIER. 251
College to allow restart on some courses; EDUCATION. JAMES WYLLIE 203
Congregations span ocean for virtual service; Religion: Highland churches form link to Canada. JOHN ROSS 290
Cool head in a crisis; AFC: Considine praises Cormack's leadership during pandemic. SEAN WALLACE 447
Cops hunt crime gang after trio of care home raids; Police believe 'despicable' incidents linked to previous thefts. CHRIS MACLENNAN 179
Councils counting cost of pupil transport dilemma; Children's safety at forefront when schools reopen in August. SUSY MACAULAY 528
County looking to expand their recruitment horizons; TRANSFERS. 258
Cricketer appeals rape conviction; COURT. 372
Departing 'role model' has fond memories to treasure; Tributes paid to Redford as he leaves after 10 trophy-laden years. CALLUM LAW 608
Dons dislike five-year plan; But Cormack would still support 14-team league for two years. PAUL THIRD 516
Duo will bolster building sector; ACCOUNTANCY. KEITH FINDLAY 190
Endurance: Distance no object for doctor. 285
EPL sides agree to neutral venues; PREMIER LEAGUE. 158
Figures for recorded crimes in April plummet by 10,000; POLICE. TOM EDEN 237
FM considers making face masks mandatory in shops and on buses; REGULATIONS. DEREK HEALEY 517
Fort William would welcome follow-up to fly-on-wall documentary; TELEVISION. 238
Freeman lays out plans for post-pandemic cancer surgeries; TREATMENT. 377
Futuristic transport, plus outdoor gyms and cafes could become a reality. 299
Games pushed back to 2021 due to virus; EVENTS. DAVID MACKAY 225
Harbour contract out to tender amid speculation; Ports: Contractor sought for 'completion of works' on expansion project. KEITH FINDLAY 295
Health board launches 'test and protect' for islanders; STRATEGY. CHRIS MACLENNAN 226
Health chief challenged on care transfers; ? Lib Dems say tests should have been done. TOM PETERKIN POLITICAL EDITOR 688
Holyrood bypassed in the blame game; Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 222
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook 766
Howard back on home turf as Mannofield groundsman; Cricket: Former Shire player has big boots to fill at famous old pitch. JACK NIXON 420
Isle View nursing home. 207
Letter from the editor. FRANK O'DONNELL EDITOR IN CHIEF Editorial 400
Livestock. 380
London market back in the red; STOCKS. 224
Madeleine assumed dead by German investigators; Sexual predator being questioned 'on suspicion of her murder'. HENRY VAUGHAN 670
Market closure clips wool price by almost half; Impact: Average plunges from 60p to 32p per kg. GEMMA MACKENZIE 367
Medical practice has new operator; CARE. REBEKAH MCVEY 173
More than 270 passengers turned away by operator; FERRIES. 235
Mourners pay respects to victim of police brutality; Celebrities join congregation at George Floyd memorial service. 471
Nadal's fears over travelling in global lockdown; TENNIS. 265
New chief aims to 'add value' to butcher; APPOINTMENTS. 154
New group for ex-SNP duo; Politics: Councillors who quit party unite behind Social Democratic vision. KIERAN BEATTIE 356
New workboat to tackle gill health on fish farms; SALMON. KEITH FINDLAY 421
Newspaper is a magical choice; Dean Spruce says Press and Journal a perfect title to perform tricks with. REBEKAH MCVEY 380
No-deal Brexit will punish Britain's poor. 196
Nominations: The stars and shows on the Bafta shortlist for 2020. 378
Norwegian firm' s PS2m investment in quayside; Energy: Peterhead site is benefitting. KEITH FINDLAY 416
On this day. 284
Only a 'global solution' will sl save our planet; As our series on the New Normal after coronavirus continues, Dan O'Donoghue and Calum Ross consider the impact on transport and the environment. DAN O'DONOGHUE WESTMINSTER REPORTER 651
Pandemic may have paved the way for '20-minute neighbourhoods'. CALUM ROSS 620
Parents call for restrictions on school parking; Plan: Fears for children's safety prompt proposal. REBEKAH MCVEY 312
Pedestrianisation is a 'disaster' for trade; CORONAVIRUS ? Union Street move seen as axe that will kill off retail. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 600
Pensioners' eyesight woes raised in Holyrood debate; ? Minister asked to reopen optometrists for 'frustrated' couple. TOM PETERKIN POLITICAL EDITOR 357
Player says cap on pay could be positive; ENGLAND. 286
Prisoners help charity in drive to feed the needy; COMMUNITY. SEAN MCANGUS 255
Public exclusion on cards; Mass participation a long way off, says ultra marathon athlete. FRASER CLYNE 514
Restricting Union Street ludicrous; Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 154
RFU mulling over home-and-away Six Nations; RUGBY UNION. IAN PARKER 322
Runners can take steps to avoid infection; HEALTH. 257
Series of events to feature social distance; SCOTLAND. DANIEL BOAL 256
SFA chief intent on getting all levels in action; GOVERNANCE. 238
Sharma tests negative after appearing unwell; Business secretary seen mopping his brow while in Parliament. SAM BLEWETT 542
Simple steps to get it right when you write. Dr Amy Irwin & Dr Alexandra Cleland 763
Staggies ready for action; Chairman confident club prepared for players to start training. ANDY SKINNER 482
Strachan insists long-standing feud with Ferguson is in the past; RELATIONSHIP. 312
Student's future built on scholarship. 458
Study into effects of lockdown on society; Scheme to collate data on mental and physical health. DANIEL BOAL 326
The battle for equality involves us all; The Voice of the North. 254
There's so much more to achieving good mental health than just taking medication; Catherine Deveney. 897
Thieves target royal store; CRIME. KIERAN BEATTIE 237
Thousands demonstrate in Birmingham; ENGLAND. 199
Tributes to agricultural lecturer. Obituary 386
tv highlights. 343
Uni chief spared road ban; Court: UHI campus chairman fined after being caught speeding at 102mph. 333
Union Street car ban will 'kill off our city centre' Angry business chiefs criticise council's coronavirus measures. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 212
Vaccine summit raises PS7bn to fight disease; MEDICINE. 197
Virtual discussion over losses; CORONAVIRUS ? Repercussions amid Covid-19 crisis could be 'in the region of PS12.9 million'. KIERAN BEATTIE 324
Virtual party as Peggy turns 100; Musician celebrates birthday at distance. DAVID MACKAY 361
Who said it. 212
Windfall is welcomed; Gardiner: Cash injection 'can only be good for Scottish football'. ANDY SKINNER 403
Woman, 70, 'climbs Everest' in aid of RNLI; FUNDRAISING. 202

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