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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (September 1, 2020)

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A long-distance love affair; Ellie House visits a gorgeous five-bedroom house with stunning views of the countryside. Ellie House 738
ADC in support for oil workers; TRAINING. KEITH FINDLAY 230
Ambitious plan could ensure 'vital hub of industry, trade and jobs' BENEFITS. 268
Berntsen eyes home comforts in revenge hunt; STAVANGER. 380
Blue Texel breed record 25,000gn for ram lamb; Livestock: Whatmore E-Male to fore at Northern Supreme sale in Carlisle. GEMMA MACKENZIE FARMING EDITOR 353
Blue Toon move ticks all boxes for MacKenzie; PETERHEAD. CALLUM LAW 354
Bobby Munro, ex-goalkeeper and Clach legend, dies at 85. Obituary 285
Boss urged to scrap need for attending meeting; COUNCIL. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 261
Businesses in the north may face double hit of delivery fees; Campaign: Surcharge 'rip-off ' probed. DAVID MACKAY 329
Calls for government to sort out 'cashflow conundrum' TAXATION. MARK LAMMEY 457
Casciaro dreaming of Old Firm double after Lincoln Red Imps draw Rangers; GERS TASK. 521
Charity issues warning after another bird dumped; ANIMALS. CALUM PETRIE 287
Chefs to showcase sweet treats; TASTE OF GRAMPIAN Top practitioners will tempt all palates with selection of delicious desserts. DANICA OLLEROVA 367
Clarity call over money spent on 'parklets' drive; ? Council questioned on PS350,000 cost of street furniture in city. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 649
Closed track prompts launch of new shuttle service; TRANSPORT. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 227
Concerns over looming 'cliff edge' for oil and gas industry; ? Council warning of impact on north-east communities if sector fails. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 589
Consent sought for space centre; CROFTING. STAN ARNAUD 226
Cove up for the challenge; Division newcomers are ready to mix it with full-time teams. JAMIE DURENT 499
Customers flood back to gyms as activities resume; HIGHLANDS. 623
Dana welcomes its seventh new chief; OIL&GAS. ALLISTER THOMAS 227
Death Notices. 947
Delek ponders Ithaca merger; OIL&GAS. MARK LAMMEY 243
Dons eye knockout blow; AFC: Ferguson embraces new-look winner-takes-all Europa qualifiers. 464
Drug prevents scores of overdose deaths; HEALTH. JAMES WYLLIE 237
Dykes never had a doubt where his loyalties lay; Australia-born striker wanted to play for Scots 'from the get-go'. JAMIE DURENT 501
Eateries serving special dishes to showcase lamb; Food: Quality of Scottish product is highlighted. GEMMA MACKENZIE 319
En suite facilities and TV sets were 60s novelties; HISTORY. 165
Ewan has sights set on more stage victories; CYCLING. 257
Fit like? Delight as sporting facilities reopen; Leisure centres, gyms and pools open doors to public after Covid-19 lockdown. REBEKAH MCVEY 945
FM must create a to-do list for government like no other; ANALYSIS. DEREK HEALEY 321
Four are arrested after 'mass brawl' in city centre; CRIME. JOHN ROSS 232
Freshers' week to be different experience in bid to keep new students safe from virus; UNIVERSITIES. NEIL POORAN 283
Funding spread for safe town centres; SCHEME. 234
Gyms do healthy trade as visitors return; Fitness fans and business owners are thrilled after leisure facilities reopened. CHRIS MACLENNAN 671
Hackers enjoying success in UK; SECURITY. 222
Handyman attacked over delays; COURT. 241
Harry Potter works like a charm over lockdown; ? Crime, history, health and the boy wizard are most downloaded. JAMES WYLLIE 553
Heli tragedy: 'It was hell on earth' INQUIRY Devastated pilot recalls the horror of day four people died after ditching in the Atlantic. ALISTAIR MUNRO 828
Highland port backs bid to create free-trade zone; Neighbour joins Opportunity Cromarty Firth steering group. STAN ARNAUD 349
Historic first direct flight from Israel to Abu Dhabi; UAE: Trip marks fruition of US-brokered deal to normalise relations. ARON HELLER 477
Homes 'plan A' for hotel site; Owners push ahead with development proposal as The Mariner to close. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 348
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook 764
Hotel is Maggie's saviour; Community: Firm accommodates cancer patients after centre vandalised. CHRIS MACLENNAN 513
Hundreds pay respects as gamekeeper is laid to rest; Community: Tributes paid to 27-year-old dad following quad bike tragedy. JOHN ROSS 429
Hutcheon looks to channel Deer Park success; GOLF. 302
Intoxicated at the thought of maestro Messi saying 'bye' to Barca and 'hello' to Man City. Chris Deerin 908
Just 'ad' magic; ADVERTISEMENT We're taking a closer look at what makes our working relationship with local and national advertisers so special. 835
Landmark could be flattened; Demolition of former top city hotel considered to make way for housing. JAMES WYLLIE 385
Lettings market buoyant; Huge demand for rental properties in Moray and Speyside, writes Susan Welsh. Susan Welsh 259
Livestock. 764
London no longer calling as Robbie rejects elite test; Kipchoge and Bekele star but field looks too small for Simpson. FRASER CLYNE 492
Lorry smashes through fence at Army barracks; Accident: Vehicle had collided with car on B9089. BEN HENDRY 290
Midge takes a bite out of staycation hopes. Campbell Gunn 897
Military drone to monitor migrant boats in Channel; Technology: First UK deployment for eye in the sky to tackle crossings crisis. MICHAEL DRUMMOND 389
Murray prepared for 'weird' lack of US Open atmosphere; Tennis: Scot to take on Japanese Nishioka at Flushing Meadows. JONATHAN VEAL 374
Norrie fights back to stun Schwartzman; TENNIS. 243
Occupation chat outside city pub sparked attack; Court: Woman ordered to compensate victims. KAITLIN EASTON 327
Old faithfuls are still standing. Jim McColl Gardening Notes 831
On this day. 252
P&J panel: Are you glad to be back at the gym? 200
Pair to nurture future sports leaders; YOUNG PEOPLE. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 234
Pity council can't detect disparity; 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 207
Players agree to salary reduction package; RUGBY UNION. 216
Programme for recovery to be unveiled; Sturgeon to outline legislative agenda for rebuilding the post-Covid economy. DEREK HEALEY 638
Proposal to reduce number of teams in top tier; SHINTY. 235
Public Notices. Public notice 284
Publicist ready to make the headlines at Kempton; RACING SELECTIONS. 360
Rangers trap 14ft crocodile at tourist destination; AUSTRALIA. 192
RECORDS BID: CHILDREN'S CHARITIES BENEFIT BUT KYLE GETS OFF THE TREADMILL FOR GOOD; ATHLETICS. 302
Reid hopeful side will give country a much-needed lift; COACH. 324
Reid targets national call; Staggies: Gaining an under-19s cap is next up on left-back's agenda. ANDY SKINNER 437
Return to action delayed for extra month; WOMEN. 216
Revamped learning scheme goes live; ENTERPRISE. KEITH FINDLAY 253
Roisin sprints to fastest 200m time; OPEN MEETS. 268
Scottish Open will be held in the Highlands; Squash: Prott's delight as Inverness named host venue of flagship event. ANDY SKINNER 280
Scottish Tory leader urges the adoption of his emergency proposal blueprint; CONSERVATIVES. TOM PETERKIN 729
Shane in running for prize in story contest; CULTURE. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 238
Short flight but it's a long stay in Norway; Dons preparing for Viking raid and testing means they'll be going two days before game. PAUL THIRD 511
SNP group leaders to stand down; HIGHLAND. JOHN ROSS 205
Son would like to follow in famous father's footsteps; Hopes of return to Scotland some day, with Dons job a dream. JAMIE DURENT 700
Splendour and space in Speyside; Outstanding all-round Speyside estate steeped in history hits the market, writes Susan Welsh. Susan Welsh 474
SPORTS QUIZ. 164
SSE looks to bolster renewables schemes; Energy: Firm targeting people who have taken a career break. KEITH FINDLAY 402
Staff get an extra workout as plans brought forward; NORTH-EAST. REBEKAH MCVEY 662
Stop 'it's all their fault' mentality; 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 193
Strike leader detained amid unrest; BELARUS. 236
Swinney: Don't exclude pupils with no mask; EDUCATION. 153
Tax relief payment may avert a crisis; The Voice of the North. 252
Three drowned and one collapsed with chest pains on raft; VICTIMS. 519
Tips to get the hang of wallpapering; Expert advice for removing and putting up wallpaper. 754
Tour revolution that had its roots in north-east Scotland. Neil Drysdale 794
Tourists urged to clean up their act; ? Pooch's nasty injury blamed on visitors' mess. SEAN MCANGUS 365
Tremarco has to rein it in. Duncan shearer 256
Tributes to 'major figure in modern era' of shinty; People: Renowned shinty referee and craftsman John Sloggie dies aged 81. CHRIS MACLENNAN Obituary 464
Trio launch fund to invest in small firms; Support: Dragons' Den-style scheme will take stake in start-ups. KEITH FINDLAY 359
Truth of the case is written in the bones, says eminent Scots scientist; PROFILE Forensic anthropologist and author Professor Dame Sue Black tells Neil Drysdale about her quest to help victims of violence. 1114
tv highlights. 340
UK has no need for nuclear deterrent. 256
Villagers launch study into affordable housing project; Homes: Residents consider spearheading new build to sustain community. DAVID MACKAY 332
Visit restrictions may be tightened; Household gatherings in spotlight as 160 new cases reported in Scotland. TOM PETERKIN 817
Walkers take high road in aid of children's charity; Fundraising: Pair to tramp from east to west coast for diabetes research. KATHRYN WYLIE 422
Warning of 10.3% decline in GDP; ECONOMY. 192
Where does Bryson fit in? Duncan shearer 487
Who said it. 222
Words of wisdom for next generation of young examiners; ADVICE. 432
Work to restore damaged bridge under way; ACCESS. 185
Youths charged in wake of blaze; CRIME. 160

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