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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (September 10, 2020)

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'Brexitaniacs' in blatant power grab; 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 190
'Golden chance' missed on bill; COMMONS. KEITH FINDLAY 234
'Phenomenal' Malan must seize opportunity; CRICKET Dawid Malan: Playing well but will have to wait. 364
'Semi-closed' fish farming is a first for Scotland; AQUACULTURE. STAN ARNAUD 402
ADVERTISEMENT. 329
Air ambulance appeal for cash; ? Help SCAA 'so we can be there for you'. SHONA DUTHIE 380
Breach boys asking for trouble; Driver could just make my bad shots better. Stephen Gallacher 720
Bridges to close for works; Roads: Motorists face wait of up to six hours. MICHELLE HENDERSON 392
Bus return just the ticket; Old routes reinstated and fuller timetable in time for students. ANA DA SILVA 306
Call for new energy fund; ? Revenue from offshore wind farms could help rural economy. JOHN ROSS 358
Call to act over 'dirty' campers; CORONAVIRUS ? MSPs debate how best to tackle problem. TOM PETERKIN POLITICAL EDITOR 321
Changes afoot to attract a lot more visitors; PROJECT. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 199
Council accused of putting children's lives in danger; Transport: Authority says reinstating axed school bus service hard to justify. KIERAN BEATTIE 416
Council keen to hear how it can be greener; SURVEY. SEAN MCANGUS 202
Couple's 70 years made of platinum; People: Romance blossomed in 1950 but Covid means quiet celebrations. GRAHAM BROWN 355
Deaths in Scotland up by a third due to Covid-19 pandemic; STATISTICS. DANIEL HARKINS 322
Dons boss has faith as team faces double test; Squad now more 'robust' to tackle league and Europe. PAUL THIRD 472
Double boost for Dons; AFC: Cosgrove on road to recovery with Edmondson set to rejoin. PAUL THIRD 519
Duchess hails efforts to train dogs in sniffing out Covid-19; ROYALTY. LAURA ELSTON 299
Egg farmer lays plan for new barn; EXPANSION. 251
Evidence heard virtually; TECHNOLOGY. 174
Fears over bridge closure; Access: Councillor claims damage could leave crossing shut for six months. CHRIS MACLENNAN 393
Fleetwood' s testing time; ? Portugal warm-up for US Open. PHIL CASEY 437
Float of Beckham-backed esports team; STOCK MARKET. AUGUST GRAHAM 219
Former car showroom at prime location on the market; INVERNESS. 193
Gers figures skew Scottish accounts; 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 299
Gimmer sold at 50,000 guineas sets new record; Texel: Female from Welsh breeder in two-way split. GEMMA MACKENZIE 344
Great to see Johnson proving me right with cup win. 245
Gyms and swimming pools reopen next week; LEISURE. 275
Henderson sets sights on top 32; Darts: Huntly thrower back on Tour and eyeing spot in World Grand Prix. CALLUM LLAW 407
Historic house sale offers a chance to be 'custodian' Property: Former school choir building in Fort William was built in 1880. MICHELLE HENDERSON 371
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook 790
Indigo Girl is going for gold at Doncaster; SELECTIONS. 399
Interior designer 'blown away' by shop's welcome; ECONOMY. 251
Investor boosts plans to exp1and; SIMPLY UK. 195
Johnson urges public to curb any social contact; ? PM outlines new measures to tackle surge in virus cases. HARRIET LINE 929
Just 'ad' magic; We're taking a closer look at what makes our working relationship with local and national advertisers so special. 835
Livestock. 371
Loganair CEO urges tax cut to aid sector; Aviation: Call for action as airlines struggle with Covid fallout. KEITH FINDLAY 375
Mackay pleased following winning return. 261
Migrants flee fire at camp; Greece: Camp is under coronavirus lockdown. DEREK GATOPOULOS 267
Murrell 'did not know of allegations' SNP: Salmond talks 'not discussed'. TOM EDEN 386
Mussel producers giving support to seafood push; Campaign: Body wants consumers to choose responsibly caught products. KEITH FINDLAY 429
Mystery over dirty water found seeping into ponds; POLLUTION. KIERAN BEATTIE 166
Nats need to care more about quality of Scotland, not the quantity of its promise. Alex Bell 882
Nearly PS9,000 raised in memory of tragic Donald; DONATION. Obituary 315
New house may come with a car. 363
New projects to look at potatoes and seawater; Research: Funding for efforts to tackle PCN and develop artificial wetlands. GEMMA MACKENZIE 259
Next generation not one to profit from. Angus Peter Campbell 866
Not respecting rule of law is a major concern; The Voice of the North. 248
Numbers of Arctic skua giving cause for concern; POPULATION. 268
On this day. 303
Overwhelming backing to look at independence; Shetland: Self-determination talks back on table. CHRIS COPE 368
Paint job puts hazardous bollards in the spotlight; TRAFFIC. 266
Pause in tests for new vaccines 'common' TRIALS. 594
People spaces will stay in city for now; PEDESTRIANS. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 211
Pilots' flight instruments 'not monitored effectively' ? Concentration can be lost when aircraft on autopilot - Witness. ALISTAIR MUNRO 466
PM accused of turning UK into a 'rogue state' ? Johnson defends controversial Number 10 plan to change treaty. DANIEL O'DONOGHUE WESTMINSTER REPORTER 660
Police shut down house party; CORONAVIRUS ? More than 20 people in flat at student get-together breached Covid-19 rules. DAVID MCPHEE 417
Popov left out of ANA Inspiration field; TOURNAMENT. 168
Prime minister rattles sterling; MARKETS. 227
Probe after farmer killed; Investigation: Family tributes paid after man, 61, struck by bull in field. DAVID WALKER 280
Puzzled McInally wary of a murky October; PETERHEAD. 249
RACING RETURNS. 1717
Rare leatherback turtle spotted in Hebrides; NATURE. 264
Rare sighting of turtle off island; WILDLIFE. 252
Redundancies on way as furlough due to end soon; ? Consultations imminent with union warning of 'massive' cuts. ALLISTER THOMAS 363
Redundancy deal praised; Odfjell: Union says firm has set a 'benchmark'. ALLISTER THOMAS 241
Retailers facing turmoil; ? Possible liquidation for New Look as Quiz reveals 15 stores to shut. 353
Return of supporters to stadiums 'could be delayed' GOVERNANCE. 309
Revamped mansion on market for PS715,000; ELGIN. SEAN MCANGUS 225
RGU in tie-up to boost products; INNOVATION. STAN ARNAUD 248
Safety first as Caley Thistle return; ICT: Robertson's cautious approach as Inverness get back training. ANDY SKINNER 432
Saints wary of Steelmen threat despite low placing; ST JOHNSTONE. 309
Scheme to help firms' growth; TRAINING. STAN ARNAUD 236
Scotland man Fraser hoping for flying start with Magpies; English Premier League: Winger keen to get back playing football. DAMIAN SPELLMAN 578
Simple steps to help create the illusion of space in your home's garden. 388
Sonya finds the power to push through pandemic; ? Boutique business adapts by offering virtual personal service. KARLA SINCLAIR 545
SPORT ON TELEVISION TODAY AND TOMORROW (SELECTED). 355
SPORTS QUIZ. 182
Spot the signs to save a life; Suicide prevention: Charity urges people to look for changes in behaviour. DAVID MCPHEE 257
Spy plane named after Navy base; DEFENCE. DAVID MACKAY 223
Stag on patrol at station; ANIMALS. 159
Stewart can be like Dykes; Kettlewell says striker can make same step up as new Scots cap. ANDY SKINNER 509
Stirring a Balmoral buzz after Hornets'nest flight; ? Former Watford man is enjoying life back in his home country. JAMIE DURENT 803
Study into how teachers adapted to virus changes; EDUCATION. KATHRYN WYLIE 269
Sturgeon says thanks to man for sharing 'powerful' story of illness; PEOPLE. 417
Town hopes app will sell its charms to the world; TECHNOLOGY. 279
Towns open for business; Message is going out for people to support their local areas. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 396
Tragedy as bull kills north-east farmer John, 61; Health and Safety Executive launches probe into fatal accident. DAVID WALKER 180
Tributes for much-loved TV actor. Obituary 371
Trump put up for peace prize by Norwegian MP; AMERICA. JAN M OLSEN 328
tv highlights. 342
UK-wide arrests as police raid city premises; CRIME. CRAIG MUNRO 215
Up to 30,000 jobs will go by this time next year, says industry body; OGUK. 314
Vote on missing wages during crisis; COUNCIL. SUSY MACAULAY 196
Warning delay may add to pain. KEITH FINDLAY 400
Warnings of new restrictions as cases rise; CORONAVIRUS Limits may be imposed on numbers meeting indoors. ANA DA SILVA 884
Which direction to take? COMMUNITY ? Villagers split between clockwise and anti-clockwise systems. SUSY MACAULAY 388
Who said it. 251
Wildlife in freefall due to human action, says WWF; NATURE ? Charity calls for governments to stop supply chains from destroying forests. EMILY BEAMENT 656
Wildlife park doing its bit to help fight threat of animal extinction; CHARITY. 276
Williams fights to secure place in last four; TENNIS. 261

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