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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (May 4, 2020)

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'Dedicated' Donnie stands down after 37 years; FIRE SERVICE. CHRIS MACLENNAN 204
'Fearless' trial advocate dies aged 65. 363
'Let furloughed staff work for 20% wage' BUSINESS. 267
'Scottish Cup will be played' COMPETITION. 159
21 jobs lost at island arts centre; REDUNDANCY. REBECCA BUCHAN 278
A chance to create a more just society; Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 311
Access to funds under new rule; SAVINGS. VICKY SHAW 244
Alarm as 54 at care home test positive; ISLANDS. MICHELLE HENDERSON 509
Alumni donation helping students in strife; UNIVERSITY. JAMES WYLLIE 213
Analyst predicts return of marst marginal gains ethos; ANALYSIS. Mark Lammey 1182
Approval rate at a sevenyear low; MORTGAGES. VICKY SHAW 239
Athletes still have passion for mile breaker. 266
Banks o' Dee ire at null and void season; JUNIORS. 255
Beaumont fends off Pichot to stay as chairman; RUGBY UNION. 271
Big Oil and the Energy Transition; NOT AS SIMPLE AS WE MIGHT WISH; RENEWABLES. Jeremy Cresswell 2444
Boy and his dog come together to save farm; FUNDRAISER. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 204
Call for refund policy clarity; BANKING. 184
Campus urges leisure drivers to stay away; LOCKDOWN. JOHN ROSS 197
Cancer survivor: If you are in doubt, get it checked; APPEAL. CHRIS MACLENNAN 345
CCTV crucial in tracing killer's journey across Scotland; CONVICTION. 361
Challenge for Gulf firms; HUMAN RESOURCES. Ben Brown 871
Charity creates knitting kits to combat isolation and loneliness; WELLBEING. SEAN MCANGUS 191
Clear 'shift' in types and volume of worries raised; WELLBEING. 248
Coach 'delighted but surprised' at national honour; Tennis: Yvonne's club has one of best venues around. MICHELLE HENDERSON 321
Consult before swinging the axe; CRISIS MANAGEMENT. Innes Auchterlonie 388
Cove's rapid rise no surprise to former Allan Park goal hero. 474
Critical national infrastructure still needs supporting; WORK. 442
Cup games season-opener proposal dismissed. 378
Debt hyenas are circling; DRILLING. Jeremy Cresswell 799
Decommissioning set for the back burner? ANALYSIS. Allister Thomas 1021
Decommissioning: beyond the challenges of oversupply, pandemic and recession; Advertisement. Professor John Paterson 613
Directory of who is open for business; ONLINE. KEITH FINDLAY 240
Egg producers struggle to meet higher demand; Lockdown: Switch to mostly retail sales causes problem with packaging. NANCY NICOLSON 415
Energy Indicators; INDUSTRY NEWS. 420
Enforcement action 'likely to be needed'. 201
Ex-top policeman brings the force to oil industry; Rebecca Buchan chats to former Grampian Police detective superintendent Alan Smith about transferring his skills over to industry. Rebecca Buchan 799
Extreme decisions 'could spell disaster' for wealth. KEITH FINDLAY 469
Fifth of Scots worried about bills; SURVEY. VICKY SHAW 171
FM to set out new steps people must take; ? Details of strategy to test, trace, isolate and support. NEIL POORAN AND CALUM ROSS 926
Focusing on the future - what's next for the oil and gas sector? ANALYSIS. 768
Former government adviser forms fresh lockdown advice committee; SCIENCE. 366
Funeral services to resume next week at 'crem' FAMILIES. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 192
Gardeners are retrained to dig graves; ? Council staff praised for 'adaptability' as they keep essential services running. KIERAN BEATTIE 870
GOLF TEEING UP A RETURN. DANNY LAW COMMENT 541
GPs still open for all health problems; The Voice of the North. 240
GREEN LIGHT FOR NORTH; McCauley wouldn't think twice about pitching Caley Jags to his fellow Irish players. ANDY SKINNER 521
HONOURING BANNISTER; Aberdeen's Lang taking part in virtual race to commemorate Sir Roger's sub-four-minute mile. FRASER CLYNE 490
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro 763
Houston feeling the oil price pain; US FOCUS. Mark Lammey 653
How innovation can boost your company's cashflow. R&D TAX RELIEF by Derek Gemmell 599
How Iqarus is keeping offshore workers safe; HEALTH. Dr Stuart Scott 496
HOW STRIKER RAY GRASPED THE THISSPED THE THISTLE IN FRANCE; Aberdeen's Stephen was an instant hit at Nancy and even got to play alongside Maradona and Platini. DANNY LAW 986
Imagination important as firms look to future; E&P. Bruce McLeod 716
Inverness on my mind; ICT: Ex-winger McCauley talks of his regret at premature departure. ANDY SKINNER 489
Is it time we got our work-life balance right? Len Ironside 945
Island shaken as care home hit by 54 cases of virus; Army-run testing centre deployed to halt Covid-19 spread. MICHELLE HENDERSON 164
Lang keeps to routine in aim to reach her goals. FRASER CLYNE 290
Lockdown paint trip certainly proved you can eventually do it if you B and queue it. David Knight 903
Lockdown's legal issues. CHALLENGES by Penelope Warne 908
Locked Down Under, but still upbeat. 285
McKenna must seize his chance; AFC: McInnes backs defender to return for Scots following injury. PAUL THIRD 510
Medics make a difference; Air ambulance: Helimed crew reflects on operations one month after launch. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 507
Mental toll on frontline staff 'like car crash' Helpline launched as health chief warns full force of impact to come. JAMES WYLLIE 164
Mitigating FX volatility; CURRENCY. Daniel Harden 588
Move to start restaurant came after motorcycle tour of Spain; Each week we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to restaurateur Duncan Chisholm, owner of La Tortilla Asesina in Inverness. 756
MSP in job cuts rethink appeal; NORTH SEA. 188
Mum making free face masks for community; ? Seamstress can barely keep up with demand during lockdown. SUSY MACAULAY 408
NEW FIRM EXCITEMENT; Dundee United captain Reynolds can't wait to face former club Aberdeen in top tier. MARC DEANIE 478
No benefit from sneer and ridicule; Letters to the editor. Letter to the editor 300
Oil crisis to slow deals activity; Anderson Anderson and Brown Corporate Finance is delighted to share with you our quarterly Deals+ update for Q1 2020 in conjunction with Energy Voice, highlighting selected oil and gas mergers and acquisitions and fundraising transactions across the UK. 1080
Oilfield service industry attracts 'a lot of interest' Investment: Middle East and private equity houses could provide boost. MARK LAMMEY 420
On this day. 171
Once in a generation opportunity; FUTURE. Dick Winchester 849
One exploration well programme remained active at end of month. Alex Hazel NORWAY 453
Organisers' regret as this year's Assynt Highland Games cancelled; EVENTS. MICHELLE HENDERSON 224
Painstaking probe paid off with Nat Fraser's conviction. 251
People rescued after fire damages building; EMERGENCY. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 243
Plans to turn long-vacant city unit into coffee shop; Business: Site earmarked for retail purposes has lain empty for five years. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 336
Plea: Don't put off visits to GP. 191
Police to return to Argyll in hunt for victim's body; ? Finding remains would grant Suzanne's family some closure. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 442
Prime time to put transition in focus; CLEAN ENERGY. Jean Morrison 536
PS100k of wedding rings stolen in raid; POLICE. 211
Putting the Magic into home work - for free. SOLUTIONS by Samsung 505
R&D 'vital' for getting through a downcycle; TECHNOLOGY. Mark Lammey 665
Remote working has 'come of age' for lawyers; LEGAL. STAN ARNAUD 234
Report points to stabilisation of let land market; Survey: Number of secure tenancies continues to fall Scotland's tenant farming commissioner, Bob McIntosh, writes about his work to improve relations with tenants and landlords. 448
Report points to stabilisation of let land market; Survey: Number of secure tenancies continues to fall. Scotland's tenant farming commissioner, Bob McIntosh, writes about his work to improve relations wit 466
Restructuring set to be major feature in future; FINANCE. Mark Lammey 805
Robertson emerges as St Johnstone contender; MCDIARMID PARK. ERIC NICOLSON 189
Rotary club has cash for worthy causes; COMMUNITY. SEAN MCANGUS 202
Scotland 'must have the proper infrastructure' SUSTAINABILITY. Brian Wilson 985
Scottish fish not banned, says French government; ? Industry body calls for calm amid growing cross-Channel row. KEITH FINDLAY 382
Sector' s Covid-19 response vigorous; SAFETY. Steve Rae, Executive Director, Step Change in Safety 907
Slugs to be target of new hi-tech project; PESTS. JIM MILLAR 159
Social distancing to stay until vaccine developed; ? Senior government and health figures say Britons will need to adapt to a 'new normal'. HARRIET LINE 937
Specialist mental help for frontline staff; ? NHS Grampian launches tools for stressed workers. JAMES WYLLIE 890
Spending capital on M&A 'the exception' in the short term. OIL AND GAS by Mark Lammey 1470
Statistics chief insists UK does not have highest death rate in Europe; FIGURES. CALUM ROSS 391
Stop hoping for a boom. OPPORTUNITIES by Sanjoy Sen 902
Support workers say relationship with clients altered; NURSING. 555
THE GREAT INNOVATORS; Newtonmore to try 'live' training sessions via an app to build team togetherness in lockdown SHINTY. BILL McALLISTER 535
Trainspotting star sings to help families in need; ? Charity single reunites LA-based actor with The Speyside Sessions. SHONA GOSSIP 414
Tribute to husband who 'lived the hell out of life' ? Wife says 'incredible' partner claimed by cancer 'lost no battle'. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 479
tv highlights. 343
Vessel's 9,000km quest; WIND FARMS. Jeremy Cresswell 637
Veteran is on top of world after 'Everest' rope climb; ? NHS gets PS4,300 after 29,000ft challenge met. MICHELLE HENDERSON 363
Walkers invited to enrich heritage record; OUTDOORS. SUSY MACAULAY 234
Warning of delays as work on A86 to begin; TRANSPORT. MICHELLE HENDERSON 194
Warnings over profits in Scotland at new high; Results: Covid-19 is cited by most. STAN ARNAUD 665
Watchdog targeting childcare, weddings and holiday issues. VICKY SHAW 468
We need to work together to take on crisis. SUPPLY CHAIN by Matt Abraham 657
Weathering the storm; OPINION. Stuart Broadley 996
Wells deferred until 2021 after price crash due to coronavirus; UK. Dave Moseley 447
Who said it. 244
Will the coronavirus have a lasting impact on the way we work? HUMAN RESOURCES. Kirsty Ross 478
Wood and Maggie's provide face masks for city health workers; DONATION. DANIEL BOAL 382
Wright: Leaving Saints not easy decision. 273

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