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

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'Cash support has saved our restaurant chain'. 256
'Shrinking footprint is natural step for EnQuest' North Sea: Company looks to future. MARK LAMMEY 446
'Tartan Spies' the key; OPPONENTS. 243
Art collective's volunteers delighted by royal award; COMMUNITY. CALUM PETRIE 251
Aviation sector faces existential threat, says boss; TRAVEL. KEITH FINDLAY 472
Brewery owners counting cost of break-in; CRIME. MICHELLE HENDERSON 251
Brigadoon actress dies, aged 93. 362
Building profile all over country; JUNIORS. JAMIE DURENT 271
Business duo join board of AGCC; CHANGES. KEITH FINDLAY 224
Caley Jags to be reunited; Inverness to begin pre-season training after near six-month shutdown. ANDY SKINNER 474
Campaign to encourage more sensitive tourism; ? VisitScotland working with partners to improve the situation. 390
Care home given weeks to address report concerns; Review: Residents lacking 'meaningful engagement'. KATHRYN WYLIE 440
Care staff 's sacrifice praised; ? National event recognises resilience and compassion during the pandemic. JAMES WYLLIE 358
Clach white-hot successor; NohesitationfromMacDonaldafterMcLeod's'emotional'departure. ANDY SKINNER 388
Closer to perfect blend; McInnes feels these Dons could be his strongest hand since he took job. PAUL THIRD 514
Clubs set for frenzied finish to the season that never was; Cricket: Quality games in store after the loss of mid-summer programme. JACK NIXON 362
Co-pilot hailed for action which helped save lives; CREW. 291
Companies take on volunteers to test out vaccine; DRUGS. 274
Cost-cutting at Costa Coffee puts 1,650 posts under threat; HOSPITALITY. 345
Covid threatens councils' winter roads battleplan; Staff sickness and lack of salt could leave communities out in cold. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 205
Creative funding initiative in the bag; Jacqueline Wake Young learns how a Highland designer doubled her crowdfunding cash to invest in her business. Jacqueline Wake Young 484
Dons manager believes he may have strongest squad yet; ABERDEEN. 285
Drink driver faced 'perfect storm' COURT. DAVID MACKAY 246
Driver seriously injured after car and truck crash; Emergency: Accident triggers disruption while A82 closed by investigators. JOHN ROSS 493
Duffy's head boy with late leveller; NATIONS. 307
Duffy's head boy with late leveller; NATIONS. 274
Elgin double-header as Inverness get the ball rolling; CALEY JAGS. 260
End of era as Williams family quits F1; MOTORSPORT. PHILIP DUNCAN 280
Ewing hails delivery of subsidy loan payments; Finances: Holyrood is 'first administration in UK' to get support to farmers. GEMMA MACKENZIE 346
Facebook steps up strategy for US election; AMERICA. 240
FAI: Circumstances of Shetland helicopter crash in the spotlight. 222
Familiarity with how emergency breathing set-up worked an issue; EQUIPMENT. 190
Farm-outs helped insulate Deltic in difficult times; FINANCES. ALLISTER THOMAS 408
Firm closes doors due to visitors' behaviour; DISTANCING. 202
Five children found dead; Germany: Mother, suspected of murdering her family, tried to take her life. 355
Flung into Highlands on bog myrtle 'trip'. Ben Dolphin 876
FTSE 100 hit by slow US trading; MARKETS. 226
Funding to help k unding keep fish suppers going; COMMUNITY. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 333
Garden centre's PS30k fine after horror accident; Court hears worker's hand was sliced open by saw at firm's depot. 222
Gardening firm fined PS30,000 for saw accident; Court: Employee hurt in health and safety breach. 447
Government to review oil and gas licensing regime; Offshore: Experts predict carbon emissions criteria will be incorporated. MARK LAMMEY 411
Greig's scam changed so many lives - for the worse; KING OF THE SWINDLERS: PART TWO - THE SCAM Over 13 years, north-east financier Alistair Greig conned hard-working families out of PS13 million. In the second of a three-part series, Dale Haslam looks at the impact this criminal scheme had on his victims - and reveals the inside track on how police and prosecutors brought him down. Dale Haslam 1483
Group plans to 'light up' town in online event; PETERHEAD. 195
Groups confirms firework display is called off; ELGIN. SEAN MCANGUS 217
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro Follow clairepetulengro1 on Facebook 779
Hotel group tells of demand; RESULTS. KEITH FINDLAY 230
If you are a local company, there are numerous ways to get involved:. 281
Images show store front restored to former glory; ? Homes and retail project to preserve building's original features DEVELOPMENT. MICHELLE HENDERSON 501
Independence - but what comes after? 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 199
Investigator ruling out gearbox failure as cause of tragedy; No evidence found of a 'causal or contributory fault'. ALISTAIR MUNRO 600
Is all fair in politics and the virus war? The Voice of the North. 354
JLG in boost to growth in US; INDUSTRY. ALLISTER THOMAS 249
Keith so glad she can finally get back on track; RUNNING. 285
Killer who hid women in freezer jailed for 38 years; COURTS. 306
Knox impressed by course alterations at Nairn Dunbar; LINKS. 328
Lambing season stress 'led to drink driving' COURT. KAITLIN EASTON 254
Law's ready to do her fling; ATHLETICS ? Discus thrower goes into British championships on five-star form. FRASER CLYNE 463
Livestock. 330
Local homes urged to suspend visiting as number of cases in cluster rises; COMMUNITY. CHRIS MACLENNAN 599
Massive probe that finally saw justice for scheme's victims; INVESTIGATION. 918
McBurnie stick unfair - Clarke; CRITICISM. 396
McTominay tipped for 'massive future' MIDFIELD. 371
Mother surely has right and morality on her side in pursuing late daughter's wish; Agenda. Catherine Deveney 859
Nations League of its own; Scotland: Clarke says tonight's Israel clash will have no bearing on play-off. JAMIE DURENT 455
Nations League of its own; Scotland: Clarke says tonight's Israel clash will have no bearing on play-off. JAMIE DURENT 461
New attitudes, not laws, will banish litter; 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 335
Next three months could define squad; Captain's orders: It's make or break time for Scotland. JAMIE DURENT 551
NHS Highland to buy virus-hit care home; Minister announces near-PS1 million deal at Scottish Government briefing. CHRIS MACLENNAN 963
North auctions man new trade body president; Livestock: Donald Young takes top role at IAAS. GEMMA MACKENZIE 309
On this day. 186
Plans for later living village include playgroup for local children; PROPOSAL. MICHELLE HENDERSON 202
Plans to create accessible sensory garden in park. FUNDRAISER BY KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 256
Power Week giving firms a chance to bounce back; ? Opportunity for businesses hit by the pandemic to raise profile. KARLA SINCLAIR 528
Pupils secure funding for good causes; CHARITY. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 197
Railway station's past to form part of its present; TRANSPORT ? Original signs restored to their former glory ahead of opening. KIERAN BEATTIE 504
Return to the office soon? Snow way! CORONAVIRUS North councils warn resurgence of pandemic over winter could lead to roads being untreated. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 662
RGU hits back over 'worst' ranking; EDUCATION. DANIEL BOAL 242
Scheme to help seafarers into career in oil and gas; ? One-day conversion highlighting links in safety requirements. HAMISH PENMAN 430
Scholarship chances for aspiring chefs; HOSPITALITY. KEITH FINDLAY 226
Science centre's city base to revert to shop; DEVELOPMENT. DANIEL BOAL 253
Signing hopes for best conduct; FORFAR. JAMIE DURENT 235
Signings with eye to future at Turra; SQUAD. CALLUM LAW 281
Skills body tells of need for action to prevent lost chance; TRANSITION. 327
Skye leading fight against league plans; Shinty: National Division without promotion 'absolutely ridiculous'. BILL MCALLISTER 371
SPORT ON TELEVISION TODAY AND TOMORROW. 368
SPORTS QUIZ. 158
SSE hit by PS2m fine by Ofgem; ENERGY. KEITH FINDLAY 235
Strictly speaking, Jamie's delighted at second chance; Television: Made In Chelsea star joins new line-up. LAURA HARDING 378
Sturgeon ridicules claim city lockdown 'political' Council co-leader had hit out over 'double standards'. TOM PETERKIN POLITICAL EDITOR 826
Syme eyeing maiden title; GOLF IN FOCUS ? Scot cards two-under-par 69 to share lead at Andalucia Masters. PHIL CASEY 685
Teenager's software aids track and trace; Technology: Youngster's smartphone app 'can help save lives'. STAN ARNAUD 406
TENNIS: KONTA SLUMPS TO SECOND-ROUND EXIT AT US OPEN. 561
TENNIS: KONTA SLUMPS TO SECOND-ROUND EXIT AT US OPEN. 344
THE OUTER HEBRIDES - A GRAND TOUR; travel. 1085
Thieves raid garden centre and crack safe; CRIME. 180
This rock is ready to roll; HISTORY ? Granite tool from paper mill to make journey to heritage centre. JAMES WYLLIE 394
Tindley faces testing return to action; DISTANCE. 276
Today's selections: Labeebb to complete hat-trick at Ascot. ANITA CHAMBERS 277
Two in court after raid on 'safe house' in north-east; Drugs: Amphetamine, cocaine and heroin found as children slept next door. KAITLIN EASTON 465
UK Government cash helping Scottish firms to bounce back; PRODUCED IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE UK GOVERNMENT The UK Government's support packages are proving just the business for a third of Scotland's workforce and are key to supporting, protecting and creating jobs across the country. 438
Unionists' alarm bells don't ring true; 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 180
Unprecedented decision taken to cancel Ba' game; ? Kirkwall's festive tradition 'not an event for social distancing'. JOHN ROSS 492
Who said it. 240
Wick's Manson backs decision to cut season in half; STRUCTURE. JAMIE DURENT 347

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