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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (June 9, 2020)

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'Forgotten War' vets thanked by Koreans; Scots soldiers from Asian conflict given face masks. KIERAN BEATTIE 415
'More awareness needed' LYME DISEASE SNP Government accused of failing to highlight risk of tick-borne infection. SEAN MCANGUS 671
A Heart-breaking plight; Hughes feels for Tynecastle club amid reconstruction debate. JAMIE DURENT 468
Award-winning Highland cafe forced to close its doors; BUSINESS. DAVID MACKAY 328
Bannerman heads women's field in virtual challenge; COMPETITION. 266
Bid for villages to get hundreds of homes; PLANNING. SUSY MACAULAY 253
BiFab facing fresh fears over wind farm contract; Manufacturing: Chinese businesses set to scoop bulk of offshore deal. DAVID MCPHEE 374
Blaze engulfs chip shop; INCIDENT. 157
Bodyline win came at a cost to the Scot who led England; CRICKET Jardine' s family say he never recovered from the unjust stigma. NEIL DRYSDALE 955
BP blames Covid-19 as it plans to cut 10,000 jobs; ? Firm shedding 14% of global workforce despite paying dividend. ALLISTER THOMAS 663
BP blames Covid-19 as it plans to cut 10,000 jobs; ECONOMY Firm shedding 14% of global workforce despite paying dividend. ALLISTER THOMAS 652
Brexit extension urgently needed; 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 210
Budding songwriters can win charity jam session with star; MUSIC. CALUM PETRIE 336
Care home set for improvements. STANDARDS BY KAITLIN EASTON 237
Charity VSA warns of 'ticking time bomb' for mental health problems; LOCKDOWN. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 394
Chief departs amid reshuffle; OIL&GAS. 185
Children should learn of Scotland's historic links to the slave trade; EDUCATION. TOM PETERKIN 464
Commons Leader must bring daughter to House during sitting; WESTMINSTER. 309
Cost of shutting down nuclear power in focus; ENERGY. DAVID MCPHEE 235
Covid crisis grant secured in spite of initial 'mistake' ? Failure to register business made estate agent's claim ineligible. JOHN ROSS 384
Covid too serious for party politics; 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 162
Deadline nears for entering cereal-growing competition. GEMMA MACKENZIE 223
Driver William hit road to keep food on the shelves. 641
Drones drafted in as house fire tragedy probed; Community left in shock after 91-year-old woman dies in blaze. DAVID MACKAY 153
Dunn family backs MLA deal to secure extradition; INVESTIGATION. 313
Efforts doubled to reach out to society's loneliest people; ? Research finds more than a third of Scots have felt lonely during lockdown. ADELE MERSON 602
Energy services company in talks over making 300 UK redundancies; CUTBACKS. ALLISTER THOMAS 339
Energy services group invests in north-east company. REBECCA BUCHAN 234
Evans: Djokovic and Nadal have a duty to play; TENNIS. 372
Football boss worried he would die due to Covid-19; ? Club helps manager on road to recovery with fundraising goal. REBEKAH MCVEY 560
Fraser move may be for best. 228
Fury at politician's return; Democracy: Man behind discriminatory comments back with Tory party. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 352
Gers are too late to the party. 484
Ground lost by leading index; MARKETS. HENRY SAKER-CLARK 283
Groups share PS150k for nature projects; COMMUNITY. DOUGLAS BARRIE 234
Hale aims to go on attack; New Huntly manager looks to play attractive brand of football. CALLUM LAW 483
Helping our businesses towards brighter futures. 1167
Historic pipes to mark 80 years since St Valery; Anniversary: Famed set will sound for war heroes. JOHN ROSS 334
History repetition for city; An insight into bygone landmarks as Aberdeen Market awaits demolition. SCOTT BEGBIE 629
Home secretary tells violent protesters they will face justice; UK GOVERNMENT. 398
Hopes AI project will cut both costs and emissions; Oil and gas: Firm believes software can make major difference to logistics. KEITH FINDLAY 454
Hopes cameras will help catch thief; CRIME. REBEKAH MCVEY 238
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook 763
Huawei commits to better internet provision; TECHNOLOGY. MARTYN LANDI 253
Hydro scheme at historic site rejected by planners; Development: Land near 13th-Century castle was the scene of two battles. SUSY MACAULAY 396
Islands council paying the price for virus; FINANCE. CHRIS COPE LOCAL DEMOCRACY REPORTER 250
Levein: I'd have saved Jambos from relegation; TYNECASTLE. 383
Lowest daily UK deaths since March 21; FIGURES. IAN JONES 252
Macarthur bids fond farewell to Kyles after lockdown bites; Shinty: Midfielder will not play for Tighnabruaich side this year. BILL McALLISTER 511
Major housebuilder eyes outskirts of city; Development: Up to 150 homes proposed for Leggart Brae site. KIERAN BEATTIE 423
Modest marathon man; ATHLETICS Tributes paid to great Scottish Olympic runner Don Macgregor. FRASER CLYNE 447
Mountain Bike World Cup online. 158
MSP not seeking re-election; ? Veteran politician David Stewart says it is time to make way for new blood. JOHN ROSS 504
Nairn draft in Howarth from Forres. 229
On this day. 224
Online bidding system is proving 'very successful' Livestock: ANM says pedigree bull sale drew buyers from as far as Cornwall. GEMMA MACKENZIE 310
Parkrun not back up and running just yet; EVENTS. 239
Police say rules are 'nigh on impossible to enforce' RESTRICTIONS. CALUM ROSS 250
Powrie fears time running out for passing reconstruction; LEAGUES. ANDY SKINNER 319
Probe after house blaze claims life of woman, 91; EMERGENCIES Drones used to examine scene of major fire that gutted home. DAVID MACKAY 458
Racism in our society has very deep roots. Dan O'Donoghue 835
Radar reveals buried Roman city; HISTORY. TAZ ALI 236
Rees-Mogg yearns for the golden age of Victorian Britain - and a good knees-up. Helen Brown 887
Rise in organic production on UK farmland; Statistics: New figures also reveal boost for cereals. GEMMA MACKENZIE 276
Salmond urging Windies to play Scotland; EX-SKIPPER. 261
Sea of opportunity for UK fishing industry. 241
Search is on for bear necessities; ANIMALS. MICHELLE HENDERSON 244
Sign of the times at tower; Heritage: Restoration reveals workmen's signatures from 200 years ago. DAVID MACKAY 386
Solitary workforce of the sea, land and road; Gregor Aiken speaks to three people for whom the 'new normal' is not that different but are still feeling the effects of the changes coronavirus is forcing upon Scotland. 1084
Staggies family affair; Lawson: Close-knit community is vital to County's success. CALLUM LAW 476
Stewart wishes to maintain active community role after retirement; FUTURE. 356
Sturgeon defends health secretary; ? First minister apologises to shielding Scots for date error. TOM PETERKIN POLITICAL EDITOR 1039
tv highlights. 366
Two for the price of one; AFC: Ex-Don Irvine urges Reds to recruit versatile Hayes. PAUL THIRD 476
UK is now 'winning battle' with Covid, says Hancock; ? Second day with no new deaths in Scotland and Northern Ireland. DANIEL O'DONOGHUE WESTMINSTER REPORTER 483
Units and industrial shed near auction mart badly damaged by fire; INCIDENT. CHRIS MACLENNAN 226
University study into effects of restrictions on elderly; HEALTH. JACK NIXON 263
Untested hospital patients discharged to Skye home; Health chiefs confirm transfer was weeks before 10 residents died. BEN HENDRY 412
US Democrats pledge police to 'transform' ? George Floyd, whose death in custody sparked global protests, is buried today. LISA MASCARO 575
Vietnam market for pork beckons; EXPORTS. GEMMA MACKENZIE 191
Voice teacher, 84, 'inspirational'. Obituary 327
We can all help to tackle isolation; The Voice of the North. 255
Who said it. 234

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