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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (June 6, 2020)

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"Suddenly, from behind us, two adult zebras came crashing over the riverbed" INTERVIEW. Wow Moments by Lynda Gordon 923
'We are endangered, and close to extinction' Zoos facing 'financially disastrous' situation, warns park owner. JOHN ROSS 544
'We should not be afraid to try out new ways of doing things' Each month we ask a young farmer for their views on farming and rural youth. This month we caught up with Chloe Jamieson, 23, from Shetland. 544
A BRUSH WITH OLD ARTISTIC DREAMS; A YouTube art tutorial for beginners inspires Gayle Ritchie to pick up her paint brushes. Gayle Ritchie 1075
A PLACE FOR EVERYTHING; What is the secret to a tidy home? Ellie House met professional tidier Rosie Baron to find out more. Ellie House 939
A refreshing mix of sweet and sow; cocktails. 255
A taste of Portugal; wine John Kelman, wine expert of Rutabaga, gives us the lowdown on the wines we should be drinking just now. John Kelman 591
Acumen buys out smaller company; ACCOUNTANCY. KEITH FINDLAY 258
Angry retailers hit out at one-way traffic proposal; Shopping: One shopkeeper says street will be 'destroyed' if idea goes ahead. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 545
Angus cattle producer adapts his beef system in continuous drive for efficiency; ADVERTORIAL. 862
as they juggle with a shoestring budget. 255
Author Walliams' special message for pupils; EDUCATION. 197
Authorities urged to plan in case exams halted again; STUDY. 303
Biblical photo opportunity comes close to Trumping Donald's most cynical act so far; The Flying Pigs. Tanya Souter, lifestyle guru 894
BIG ON MACS; For sheer practicality and versatility, you can't beat a raincoat, says Ellie House. Ellie House 307
Big Puma deal and new kit launch will be vital to Inverness; CALEY JAGS. 513
Birth of Democratic Alliance after week of upheaval. COUNCIL BY ALASTAIR GOSSIP 251
BMW reveals fresh look for 5 Series. 715
breakfast. Recipe 318
Call for key workers to get pay rise. 297
Call for law change to take onus off landowners for clearing rubbish; FLY-TIPPING. PAUL MALIK 352
Calling time at County; Staggies: Fraser keen for a change of scene after five great years. ANDY SKINNER 487
Carbon focus for red meat action groups; QMS. JIM MILLAR 231
Cardinal - BBC2 With the lockdown [...]. 255
CHANGE YOUR TARGET GRETA. GEORGE R MITCHELL 1505
Charities brace for rise in post-virus homelessness; Fears over job losses and poverty as a result of Covid-19 pandemic. ADELE MERSON 554
Charity's volunteer drivers hailed as 'selfless' TRANSPORT. SEAN MCANGUS 190
Closed doors will reopen digitally for annual event; Organisers plan to offer virtual tours of national landmarks. SEAN MCANGUS Landmark overview 381
CONTENTS; David Dalziel your life editor. 285
CORONAVIRUS 'CURES' THAT DON'T WORK; Misinformation about treating Covid-19 is rife, and some of it could even be harmful, as a health researcher tells Lisa Salmon. Lisa Salmon 813
Council sheds miser tag on crisis support; Business: Local authority had faced criticism over response. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 528
critics' choice. 294
critics' choice. 312
Dad's lockdown tale is surprise online hit; Video of author reading his story viewed by thousands. ANA DA SILVA 374
Decision to cancel events 'a huge blow' COMMUNITY. SEAN MCANGUS 218
Delivering for the isolated elderly; 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 192
Dons won't sell cheap; AFC: Cormack warns rivals there will be no bargains at Pittodrie. PAUL THIRD 519
DORIC COLUMN ROBBIE SHEPHERD. Column 669
Dubai ruler's lodge is up for approval; DEVELOPMENT. 246
Elgin weigh up options; ? Chairman warns of financial impact of games behind closed doors. ANDY SKINNER 464
Family's inquiry 'dismay' Accident: Upset over decision to hold fatal helicopter crash probe remotely. DAVID MACKAY 502
Fancy sinking tasty sub? tasty snack Roll up your sleeves and create a classic snack inspired by Subway's chicken teriyaki sub, made in partnership with Tastemade. Recipe 325
Father of injured woman thanks rescuers; EMERGENCIES. CHRIS MACLENNAN 252
First partner appointed since move to LLP status; LEGAL. KEITH FINDLAY 224
Flagship wildcat project will be delivered; WILDLIFE. JOHN ROSS 253
Former Red hopes game will rise like a phoenix after crisis; Rowson backed expanding top flight even before virus. PAUL THIRD 585
Free protective visors turned down by NHS; CORONAVIRUS ? Machine that made gear was funded by taxpayer cash. MARK LAMMEY 696
Full economic recovery to take years; Scotland's chief economist also warns unemployment could increase to 10%. PAUL MALIK 644
GAELIC COLUMN ANGUS MACDONALD. Column 591
GEORGE LYON. 601
Give lower league clubs PS2m donation. Richard Gordon 547
Glam rocker topped charts with The Sweet. 357
Government ignoring its duty to the people; 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 169
Government maintains rate of virus infection is still below 1; Higher transmission in north could lead to regional lockdown. 368
Groups invited to apply for port funding; SPONSORSHIP. CHRIS MACLENNAN 219
Hardship funding boost for 10 more charities; COMMUNITY. DANIEL BOAL 230
healthy eating. Recipe 332
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook 802
Huge North Sea monkfish is on a different scale; Food: Catch of day weighs in at almost nine stone. KEITH FINDLAY 306
Indices and oil prices flourish; MARKETS. 207
Investigation after thieves strip school roof of lead; CRIME. CHRIS MACLENNAN 243
Keith fired up to improve performance; KYNOCH PARK. CALLUM LAW 248
Lecturer is paid a special visit by students; EDUCATION. JAMES WYLLIE 235
Liverpool win over Everton could seal title glory; PREMIERSHIP. 184
Lockdown leaves park endangered; The Voice of the North. 238
LOCKING IN A DEEPER DAD AND SON LINK. COOPED UP WITH THE KIDS with Ellie House 661
Lossie crews scrambled again during Nato operation; AVIATION. 237
lunch box. Recipe 399
MANAGEMENT: SECURING HARTLEY AND COACHING TEAM UNTIL 2025 IS A REAL STATEMENT BY COVE. 157
midweek meal. Recipe 297
MORE THAN JUST A TABLE; It pays to make the right choice when deciding where to dump the mass of stuff gathered through your travels. 312
Mum and daughter urge region to take in refugees; Campaign: Pair calling on councils to support people stranded in Greece. JAMES WYLLIE 393
MY LIFE STEVE HACKETT. 328
New deal for Cove manager signals ambition; SPFL. 176
NEW FICTION. 397
New McCann suspect linked to missing girl; German paedophile investigated over five-year-old. HENRY VAUGHAN 652
Officers face new curbs on their use of force; UNITED STATES. 268
On this day. 168
Only way is up for boss and his men at Balmoral; ? Hartley has huge appetite to take club up the Scottish leagues. CALLUM LAW 453
Our weekly round-up of the latest news, products, and facts for foodies; what's hot. Susan Welsh 379
Own face masks must be worn in airports; TRAVEL. DANIEL HARKINS 227
Parent company may launch legal action over 'terrible' policy; AVIATION. 277
PET PORTRAITS. 249
Plan for CCTV to deter toilet vandals; SECURITY. SUSY MACAULAY 246
Players rack up 1,721 miles in a mammoth fundraiser; Shinty: Beauly aces walk, run and cycle equivalent of a trip to Malta. BILL McALLISTER 486
PM still interested in building PS20bn bridge to Northern Ireland; TRANSPORT. 237
Premier shares surge 25% as BP asset deal renegotiated. ALLISTER THOMAS 233
Premiership pencilled in for August 15 restart; RUGBY UNION. 332
PRINTS CHARMING; Once reserved for Sunday best, the shirt is now mainstream - and best worn loud and proud! 288
Questions: Portugal's police facing new scrutiny over probe. 356
RACING RETURNS: IT'S THREE AND EASY FOR RECORD-BREAKING RIDER DOYLE AT LINGFIELD. 1133
Renewed plea for witnesses of crash; POLICE. 151
Renewed talk of universal basic income for welfare state's future. 574
Reopened fish processing factory to create 40 jobs; Industry: Former Esco plant bought by Sutherland salmon farming firm. STAN ARNAUD 430
Report those who throw house parties, say police; RESTRICTIONS. 611
SCDI maps out growth strategy for economy; Scotland: Rebuilding after lockdown. KEITH FINDLAY 550
Seafood support fund to be open to wider sector; FOOD&DRINK. TOM PETERKIN POLITICAL EDITOR 402
Sermon. 189
Seven-up club supreme selections. 492
SFA chief prefers to finish cup ties in 2020; COMPETITION. 274
Show off your photography skills. 495
ST VALERY - LAST STAND; Few communities in the north of Scotland were untouched by the fate of the 51st (Highland) Division 80 years ago. Neil Drysdale takes a closer look at the plight of the men who did not have a Dunkirk miracle ST VALERY - LAST STAND. Neil Drysdale 1755
Staggies skipper seeks new challenge. ANDY SKINNER 181
Stars support pupils in video message; SPORT. REBEKAH MCVEY 203
starters. Recipe 206
Stroke survivor's one million steps challenge; CHARITY. SEAN MCANGUS 183
Sturgeon has failed at time of crisis; 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 166
Superfood's super good; Scientific breakthrough creates buzz for Scottish honey. Recipe 562
Survey estimates loss of let stalking will cost PS9m. GEMMA MACKENZIE 378
Survival fight at wildlife park as lockdown bites; Plea to Scottish Government over future of Highland attraction. JOHN ROSS 172
sweet treats. Recipe 748
Take time to explore some new sounds during lockdown. 401
Teachers' union warns of dispute arns; ? EIS boss says row brewing with some councils on school reopening. CALUM ROSS 727
TEARFUL MEETINGS; TV GUIDE. DEREK LORD TV REVIEW Television program review 580
Time to recognise everyone's contribution; In the final part of our "post-Covid normal" series, Adele Merson examines whether the pandemic could produce a fairer society. 658
UK is 'backtracking' over fisheries, claims Barnier; Allegation by EU negotiator is rejected by UK as talks break up. DANIEL O'DONOGHUE WESTMINSTER REPORTER 449
Upload your best specimens; Time running out to enter this year' s virtual Scottish Agricultural Show. GEMMA MACKENZIE 565
Virtual talk to explore historic edifices; HERITAGE. CHRIS MACLENNAN 219
Warning pandemic may hit access to university; EDUCATION. KATRINE BUSSEY 248
Wartime rescue 'miracle' Valour: Relative of Australian pilot pays tribute to Aberdonian saviour. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 514
Who said it. 214
with quark; three ways. Recipe 791
Working out with Wicks keeps me fit like. 719
Worries Immigration Bill could sink seafood sector; Legislation: Bosses warn new regulations could exclude European workers. KEITH FINDLAY 316

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