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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (May 16, 2020)

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"Gus really gets into my head in a way that other characters... don't seem to". 896
'Draconian' mass graves considered by authority; Council hopes measure is one 'we will never have to put in place'. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 415
A fighting spirit that boiled over - every day; ? Staggies cup final captain Brittain recalls team of 2010. STUART FINDLAY 722
A lift for Elevator as group wins contract; Deal: Organisation to help achieve net zero carbon emissions. KEITH FINDLAY 308
A step too far for the Tenant Farming Commissioner? Brought to you by Brodies LLP. 625
All-in-one goodness; Two filling but healthy smoked haddock dishes from award-winning food writer Lady Claire Macdonald. Lady Claire Macdonald 1219
Aqua Pharma nets share in tech firm; AQUACULTURE. KEITH FINDLAY 261
Being late has cost many British lives; 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 206
Bid for cash to make city safer to cycle and walk in; ? PS600k funding request to temporarily change layout of roads. SUSY MACAULAY 446
boiled eggs; three ways. Recipe 842
Braised egg with leek and za'atar; breakfast. Recipe 500
Broch in tune for karaoke challenge; FRASERBURGH. CALLUM LAW 310
Cash boost to care home fight; ? Holyrood given PS60m to bring facilities' Covid-19 infections under control. DANIEL O'DONOGHUE 407
Caution sees rise for Euro markets; STOCKS. 226
Children inspired by Captain Tom Moore; Pupils take up challenge to help raise money for ARI. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 327
Choir's big day in aid of mental health; MARATHON. KAITLIN EASTON 212
Co-founder of Brittle Bone Society. 372
Concern over possible referral 'tsunami' HEALTH. LUKE POWELL 226
CONTENTS. 271
Covid-19 wipes out entire global summer schedule; ? Red Rose denied chance to return to scene of 2019 World Cup final. 407
Crisis pushed us all to take action; In her monthly column, Jo Mackenzie writes about life on one of the few dairy farms left in the north of Scotland. Column 614
critics' choice. 325
critics' choice. 338
CUTTING THE RUG; INTERIORS A well-chosen floor covering can add warmth and character to any room, writes Ellie House. Ellie House 321
Doncaster has to take bull by the horns; Governance: East Fife boss Young urges SPFL chief to put an end to mud-slinging in game. JAMIE DURENT 440
DORIC COLUMN ROBBIE SHEPHERD; To contact Robbie, email yourlife@ajl.co.uk and mark your message FAO Robbie Shepherd. Column 675
Drinks festival lifts the spirits. 265
ELEANOR KAY. 452
End the injustice of higher heating costs; 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 213
ENTERTAINING A TODDLER AND STAYING POSITIVE. COOPED UP WITH THE KIDS with Ellie House 682
EU fisheries negotiations said to be 'getting tetchy' BREXIT. 336
Ewing's dairy aid doubts; BY NANCY NICOLSON. 527
Ex-Don was disgruntled about departure; TRANSFER. RYAN CRYLE 434
Ex-SNP member begins journey as independent; Resignation: Councillor leaves opposition group. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 248
EXPLORING THE HIDDEN WORLD THAT LIES BENEATH THE WATER; There is a panoply of weird and wonderful creatures waiting to be discovered by the inquisitive in ponds and ditches across the country, as Gayle Ritchie finds out. Gayle Ritchie 957
Farmers see success with companion cropping. GEMMA MACKENZIE 340
Fear of 'smelly' new tanks at most easterly distillery; PLANNING. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 233
Few customers as cafes and restaurants open; AUSTRALIA. 183
Firms 'let down' by Covid-19 cash lifeline hold-ups; Council's efforts to administer grants branded 'disappointing'. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 209
First seed trials under way in potato project. 151
FM will not be ' 'cavalier' over reopening schools; EDUCATION. KATRINE BUSSEY 437
Fresh wave of job cuts coming; NORTH SEA. ALLISTER THOMAS 244
Funding to be launched to boost town centres; RETAIL. REBEKAH MCVEY 260
GAELIC COLUMN ANGUS MACDONALD. Column 583
GET PEACE OF MIND OVER MONEY GET PEACE OF MIND OVER MONEY; How wealth management can help reduce financial worries. 1226
Go nuts with children in the kitchen; Few of us would say no to a cupcake and, if you have young people under your feet, why not distract them by making a batch of cupcakes? Peanut-butter fans will love our tasty twist. 395
Guidance published on reopening dental services; REPORT. REBEKAH MCVEY 193
healthy eating. Recipe 562
Heavyweight effort for event safety; Boxing: Former world champion Harrison tops powerful bill. SEAN WALLACE 360
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro 760
IN AT THE DEEP END; Grab your flippers for a game of hockey, just not as you know it. Ellie House finds out more. 821
Iranian herb fritters; lunch box. Recipe 432
IS IT TIME TO DROP LICENCE FEE? GEORGE R MITCHELL 1534
June 1 target to restart recycling; ? Councils pledge to try to reopen centres in bid to curb rise in fly-tipping. DAVID MACKAY 630
KEEPING UP YOUR DEFENCE; We all know healthy habits are good for us - but what about the lifestyle factors that could hinder your immune system? Liz Connor learns more. Liz Connor 872
KICKING OFF IN INDIA; Return To Real Kashmir - BBC Scotland. DEREK LORD TV REVIEW Television program review 847
Latest Spyder will be able to leg it. 211
League decisions 'a farce' SPFL. 208
Life science sector's role in Covid-19 fight is hailed; ? But firms being warned of delays to research and clinical trials. KEITH FINDLAY 331
Limousins lead charge at online sale. GEMMA MACKENZIE 246
Liven up those leftovers; main meals Time to turn the mishmash in your fridge into exciting dishes for everyone to enjoy. Recipe 496
Lives and livelihoods in the balance; The Voice of the North. 241
Lockdown hits surrogate baby trade in Ukraine; Scores of infants kept from new parents. 297
Lockdown presents new challenges for diagnosis; Mental health boss says NHS considering 'new and novel ways'. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 437
Maggie's 500 cycle postponed due to virus; CHALLENGE. MICHELLE HENDERSON 193
Make It Happen committee offer; FUNDING. REBEKAH MCVEY 215
Marine firms get nearly PS470k in support; SEAFOOD. KEITH FINDLAY 194
MATTERS OF THE MIND; Doctor Emma Hepburn is helping NHS workers get to grips with their mental health in the midst of a pandemic. She told Ellie House why her drawings of the brain have struck a chord with thousands of people online. Ellie House 1654
Maybe the benefits of rising at the crack of dawn are more than old wive's tales; The mezzo-soprano from Methlick and vocal coach to the stars YVIE BURNETT. YVIE BURNETT 710
midweek meal. Recipe 343
Minister slams council for 'letting down' firms; ? Aberdeen Central MSP urges administration to 'get finger out'. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 441
More people urged to be foster carers; FAMILIES. JOHN ROSS 245
Music man entertains his street; PERFORMER. REBEKAH MCVEY 154
MY LIFE HAMISH NAPIER; Folk musician Hamish Napier's new album, The Woods, is on sale now at www.hamishnapier.com. 281
My message could not be clearer - stay alert and stay away, unless you're delivering pizza; The Flying Pigs. Jonathan M Lewis, local head teacher 908
NEW FICTION. 220
New rules to come into force in battle to eradicate BVD. NANCY NICOLSON 322
New wheat works well for whisky. GEMMA MACKENZIE 386
Nicola Sturgeon warned tourism industry in Highlands could need support for a year; BUSINESS. MICHELLE HENDERSON 502
Nixon holding out hope for cup and T20; CRICKET. ANDY SKINNER 330
No quit in Brora; Chairman: Powrie says club won't give up on promotion. ANDY SKINNER 407
North-east breeders are to fore in online auction. GEMMA MACKENZIE 365
On this day. 249
One in 10 cannot identify Scotch whisky as Scottish; Spirits: Survey of 2,000 Britons carried out ahead of drink's celebration. DOUGLAS BARRIE 373
One of Chennai Six releases book describing ordeal; PEOPLE. KAITLIN EASTON 253
Orkney site is earmarked for new hydrogen facility; Development: Plans lodged as the 'perfect setting' is identified for project. JOHN ROSS 484
Outbreak prompts social care boost; HEALTH. SEAN MCANGUS 165
Pair arrested following restaurant break-in; POLICE. DANIEL BOAL 229
Perfect time to lock down your wine education; Wine expert and educator Carol Brown suggests online courses that could help you improve your knowledge of the world's great grapes and wine regions while under the current lockdown. Carol Brown 1100
Pet lambs, twin calves and other four-legged friends es. GEMMA MACKENZIE 350
Plea to change formula for cash ignored; FUNDING. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 203
PS20k is helping to boost safety. NANCY NICOLSON 249
Public support approach to lockdown in Scotland; POLL. 342
REMARKABLE JOB: DOCUMENTARY TELLS TALE OF ROBERTSON'S TRAVAILS AND SUCCESS IN KASHMIR. Richard Gordon 162
ROOM TO BREATHE; Dressing for comfort doesn't have to mean frumpy. Ellie House takes a look at leggings and the perks of a forgiving waistband. Ellie House 309
Safety list for silage-making. GEMMA MACKENZIE 381
Savour some sweet sounds online; MUSIC. 424
School's impact on town to be studied; COUNCIL. REBEKAH MCVEY 223
Scotland urged to be bold with post-crisis spending; ? Thinktank praises the UK Government's 'innovative' policies. KATRINE BUSSEY 372
Scottish authorities being forced to turn away support requests; FINANCIAL AID. 213
Scottish Government's preparations to be scrutinised; HOLYROOD. 217
Scottish papers in line for PS3m boost; MEDIA. TOM PETERKIN POLITICAL EDITOR 200
Sermon. 274
Skye care home's operators to face court; ? Move comes after tenth death and as government seeks emergency powers. CHRIS MACLENNAN AND TOM PETERKIN 711
Space centre to boost jobs; Planning: Team behind project predict economic benefits if it goes ahead. 446
Staff at council's HQ finally get their hands on sanitiser; COUNCIL. DAVID MACKAY 272
Staggered end to lockdown 'spells ruin' for tourism; Fears over impact of crisis exit delay for Highlands industry. MICHELLE HENDERSON 195
Stardust memories of Ziggy; Previously unseen photos of David Bowie's legendary 1973 Granite City gig. SCOTT BEGBIE 694
starters; Quinoa cakes with chimichurri yoghurt. Recipe 464
Stones of destiny beckon Morrison; CURLING. 231
Support firm sees leap in demand; TECHNOLOGY. STAN ARNAUD 265
Swanson released as Saints consider budget; CONTRACTS. ERIC NICOLSON 213
sweet treat. Recipe 622
Teenage duo get baking for Barnardo's; FUNDRAISER. KAITLIN EASTON 177
Think again on Dornoch proposals; 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 173
Time to start game's long healing process. Richard Gordon 581
Tool to reduce carbon ouput. GEMMA MACKENZIE 248
Townsend hopes Red Arrows can get Scots flying; HEAD COACH. 301
Toyota Highlander coming to UK. 173
Triple blow to couple's milestone celebrations; 80th birthdays and diamond wedding fall victim to lockdown. JOHN ROSS 475
Universities and firms join forces for new methods of virus testing; COLLABORATION. 222
Unpaid and family carers to get access to PPE; CHARITY. 151
Valentine's boost for red meat purchases. GEMMA MACKENZIE 372
Vehicles aren't keen on staying home. 744
Vote for council seat put on hold; ELECTION. 153
what's hot by Susan Welsh. 585
When dream became reality; Play-offs: Cove Rangers chairman remembers the day the hard work finally paid off. JAMIE DURENT 725
Who said it. 261
Young: Time to be decisive. 167
YOUR PHOTOS; PET PORTRAITS. 305

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