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Articles from The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland) (September 5, 2020)

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"This time I decided to set the story in an area that at the outset I scarcely knew" BOOKSHELF INTERVIEW. 933
'Feel better tour' trek restricted by city lockdown; Charity: Bid to raise cash for mental health care. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 332
'Lack of common understanding' between pilots; HELICOPTER CRASH INQUIRY Inspector says two 'not sharing same mental model'. ALISTAIR MUNRO 630
A bit of help with driver assistance. 656
Aberdeen overlooked in first statistics for subsidy initiative; DATA. 178
All toing and froing and going nowhere; CORONAVIRUS Travel body hits out at 'continual change' to safe list. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 382
Allotments to be created. 236
Appeal for 'someone somewhere' to listen and extend city's scheme; BUSINESSES. KIERAN BEATTIE 377
Background: Stone that was part of vital industry. 241
Beach cycle lanes work paused for weekend; TRANSPORT. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 233
BOLD AS BRASS; Jacqueline Wake Young discovers the gleaming appeal and more modern takes on this most traditional material. Jacqueline Wake Young 332
Braced for rise in mental health challenge. KIRSTEN ROBERTSON 186
Bramble crumble tray bake. Recipe 162
Bursary fund a lifeline for new students; UNIVERSITY. KAITLIN EASTON 207
Businesses in city deserve fair treatment; The Voice of the North. 253
Call for councils to utilise welfare fund left unspent; GRANTS. SEAN MCANGUS 255
Call to continue with lessons of lockdown; hot topic Lockdown meant most of us were cooking more and wasting less food. Brian Stormont finds out if we are likely to keep up these 'food smart' habits. Brian Stormont 755
Cases linked to Highland slaughterhouse increase; Health board carrying out contact tracing within community. EMMA O'NEILL 299
Charity calls for action on new social housing. 186
Christie looks at positives despite setback; PLAYER. 307
City on short rations for meal help; ? Figures show second lockdown's impact upon hospitality industry. CALUM ROSS 1201
City starved of meal deal cash worth millions; Local lockdown lost traders up to PS4m. CALUM ROSS 160
Closure of road as fatal collision probed; POLICE. DAVID MACKAY 225
COME ON YOU BLUES; Brighten your mood - and your wardrobe - with this season's latest hues, says Jacqueline Wake Young. Jacqueline Wake Young 323
Concern over break-ins after supermarket targeted; CRIME. MICHELLE HENDERSON 246
Councillors push pods as homeless crisis solution; ? Opposition group says modular homes cost-effective and quick. SUSY MACAULAY 447
Craig lands off- Broadway role... 3,000 miles off; Theatre: Boy gets online part in Les Miserabbits. JAMES WYLLIE 333
Czech clash called off; Scotland: Monday's Nations League match axed after positive coronavirus tests. JAMIE DURENT 471
DAFT PLOT STRIKING. DEREK LORD TV REVIEW Television program review 583
Death is not suspicious, police rule; Probe: Officers gurard man's home. CHRIS MACLENNAN 390
Death Notices. 1034
Debut of wildcat kittens; Nature: Birth of Highland quartet may help to secure future of species. JOHN ROSS 300
Drummers get with the rhythm; MUSIC. 435
Duffy bailed out by Brady's 'wand' REPUBLIC. 283
FAI: Hearing examines events leading up to 2013 helicopter tragedy. ALISTAIR MUNRO 169
Farmers union voices major concern over differing rules. CRAIG PATON 224
Fear members could give up on centres reopening; Council reminded that sport and leisure generate vital income. DAVID MACKAY 454
Ferrari boss prepared tough it out; Formula One: Beleaguered team principal thought about quitting. PHILIP DUNCAN 401
Firm revealed its plans for abandoned site more than 13 years ago; BACKGROUND. 299
Former UK home secretary set for Strictly spotlight; TV: Jacqui Smith revealed as final 2020 contestant. SHERNA NOAH 324
Fraser impressed by livestock husbandry. 535
Fruity favourites; Eating fruit is something we should all be doing more of, and these recipes from M&S are a good way of encouraging kids to do so. Simple to make and using a variety of lovely, fresh summer berries, they're treats adults will really enjoy, too! Recipe 454
Game on when it comes to meat that's the best in seasonal flavour; season's eatings Top Scottish chef Tom Kitchin gives his advice and hot tips for making the most of game meat. Rebecca Shearer 869
Global audience for Highland archive films; ONLINE. JOHN ROSS 178
GRAND DAY OUT - AND A WEE DRAM; Gayle explores an abandoned 'ferm toun' in Glen Fearder during a guided walk with Braemar Highland Experience. Gayle 1100
Grand Slam hopes halted but Murray won't give up; Tennis: Scot happy with progress despite straight sets loss to Canadian. ANDY SIMS 459
Grounds for optimism as clubs share grant; HIGHLAND. 362
HAPPY IN HAWAIIAN; Jacqueline Wake Young is turning up the volume with a celebration of the surf classic. Jacqueline Wake Young 305
Hard work at gold mine expected to pay off soon; ? Scotgold shares rise as 'first pour' expected by St Andrew' s Day. KEITH FINDLAY 325
Hero says winning mindset is going nowhere; WALES. 274
Highland public's stories to form part of city castle's rejuvenation. 268
Honey is the bees' knees; Sweet or savoury dishes can all benefit from a drop of Scottish honey, writes Lady Claire Macdonald. Lady Claire Macdonald Recipe 719
Honours even as Scots pegged back by Israel; ? Ryan Christie's penalty cancelled out by Zahavi hit. JAMIE DURENT AT HAMPDEN 827
Honours even as Scots pegged back by Israel; INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL ? Ryan Christie' s penalty cancelled out by Zahavi hit. JAMIE DURENT AT HAMPDEN 950
Horoscopes. Claire Petulengro 818
I AM A PIANO KEY WORKER; At 16 years old, Aberdeenshire schoolboy Aaron Magill is hoping to make a difference after a very special performance. Ellie House found out more about the prodigy. Ellie House 927
I can mind the days fan getting a decking in Union Street meant something different; The Flying Pigs. 899
I Hate Suzie - Sky Atlantic. DEREK LORD TV REVIEW Television program review 252
Illegal rave and job cut fears unless help is given; Nightlife sector funding plea amid concern of 'cultural void'. TOM EDEN 364
Industry is spelling out its post-Brexit ambitions to the EU; Fishing: Britain on new course as 'independent coastal state'. KEITH FINDLAY 409
Invest in your future at Royal Arch Riverside Park; New holiday village offers investment opportunity and home-from-home for lodge owners. 396
JUST A BIT EXTRA; Renata Fernandes explores the luxury side of Scottish staycations. Renata Fernandes 868
Keeper steals the show - and a point; N IRELAND. 276
Kitchen Essentials. 614
Law hits new high; ATHLETICS. 181
Leonard not right person for the job; Letters to the editor Write to: Letters to the editor, The Press and Journal, 1 Marischal Square, Broad Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1BL. email: All letters are subject to editing and must include your full address and daytime telephone number for verification. Thank you. Letter to the editor 217
Locusts put millions under threat of food insecurity; AFRICA. 253
Lure of home proves to be just too tasty. The mezzo-soprano from Methlick and vocal coach to the stars YVIE BURNETT 793
Maguire will be welcomed back to the fold; ENGLAND. 305
Man living proof of good being organ donor does; Health: Artist had been on borrowed time, but is now living life to the full. KIERAN BEATTIE 491
Man, 23, accused of trying to kill officer; COURT. 226
Meeting challenges of a staccato season. 572
Mickelson's major target; ? Lefty sure to be Champions Tour hit but is still chasing US Open. 567
midweek meal. Recipe 438
Mother of dead children will be charged; GERMANY. 257
MY LIFE; ROBBIE SHEPHERD Read Robbie Shepherd's amusing and entertaining column in your life magazine every Saturday. ROBBIE SHEPHERD Column 443
National competitions suspended for the season; RUGBY. DANNY LAW 389
Nations League format leaves a lot to be desired. CHRIS CRIGHTON 333
New hi-tech Mercedes in class of its own. 335
New malt sold out ahead of launch. KEITH FINDLAY 220
New PS55 million sporting facility ready for opening; Education: Community campus will welcome public at end of September. KIERAN BEATTIE 407
No grounding flying Fernandez; SELECTIONS. 286
North-east conman launches legal bid for freedom as police seek to uncover assets; APPEAL. 605
Now pandemic affecting Scottish mountain trails; CORONAVIRUS Walkers socially distancing on paths leading to more erosion. KIERAN BEATTIE 525
On this day. 220
Our weekly round-up of the latest news, products, facts and events for foodies. 438
Paddle power at city quarry; ? Stunning landmark opens to public for canoeing sessions. BEN HENDRY 387
Pandemic playing part in finding 'ideal blueberry'. NANCY NICOLSON 528
Paper bottles an intriguing development; amber lights. Brian Townsend 376
Paying the price for delayed improvements. 171
PICTURE HAD TALE TO TELL; SATURDAY FOCUS Neil Drysdale looks at the fascinating story behind Granite City pioneer Robert Davidson, creator of the first recorded passenger-carrying electric vehicle in history PICTURE HAD TALE TO TELL. Neil Drysdale 2025
Pier collision ends season for Waverley; Transport: Paddle steamer crashes. DOUGLAS BARRIE 364
PM's unity claim amid Shapps quarantine 'confusion' WESTMINSTER. 176
Prefab pods plea to fix homes crisis; Fears over pandemic evictions spark call for off-the-shelf housing. SUSY MACAULAY 155
Presenter quitting Woman's Hour; RADIO. 178
PS30 million scam could have been halted earlier; KING OF THE SWINDLERS: PART THREE - THE AFTERMATH ? In the final part of our series, today Dale Haslam reveals that north-east fraudster Alistair Greig is fighting his conviction - and a regulator missed a chance to stop most of it happening due to a misplaced email. 1312
Quick-fire Indian food; People think Indian food will take forever to cook - that's not true, says Chetna Makan. Chetna Makan Recipe 641
Recycled rowing attempt sunk by gales. 267
Robertson urges Scottish leader to stand down; Politics: Do what is best for party, Leonard advised. LUCINDA CAMERON 387
Safety study into junction is welcomed; Traffic: Scene of fatal accident in 2019. CHRIS MACLENNAN 393
Sax orchestra comeback is inspired by the stones; ? Musicians use ancient monument to keep proper social distance. KATHRYN WYLIE 404
Second stint for Virtanen; LOAN. 181
Sermon. 186
Sheriff principal queries share of accident 'blame' HEARING. ALISTAIR MUNRO 193
Shining a light to support charity's work; EVENTS. KATHRYN WYLIE 229
Singer songwriter's second EP hitting the right note; MUSIC. KATHRYN WYLIE 235
Staggies bid to get their fans quota bubbling up; ? County hopeful of quarter capacity under the guidelines SCOTTISH FOOTBALL. ANDY SKINNER 638
Stalwart of town's kirk and school dies aged 93. Obituary 253
Sturgeon has failed in her Covid role; Letters to the editor Write to: Letters to the editor, The Press and Journal, 1 Marischal Square, Broad Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1BL. email: All letters are subject to editing and must include your full address and daytime telephone number for verification. Thank you. Letter to the editor 200
Stylist displays lockdown feelings on New York catwalk. MICHELLE HENDERSON 257
sweet treats. 430
Syme stakes claim for maiden Euro title; ANDALUCIA. 221
Test event still centre of attention; Staggies: Club preparing for crowds despite new restrictions in Glasgow. ANDY SKINNER 334
Testing site is operating 'like clockwork' HEALTHCARE. KAITLIN EASTON 166
The big your life weekend quiz; It's all about the great outdoors in this week's quiz as we have teamed up with NatureScot, formerly Scottish Natural Heritage. It's time to test your knowledge of this country's incredibly diverse ecosystem. NatureScot 1206
Three-crop rule ditched by Scottish Government. NANCY NICOLSON 305
To contact Robbie, email and mark your message FAO Robbie Shepherd DORIC COLUMN ROBBIE SHEPHERD. Column 686
Triumphant return after 'whirlwind week'. JIM MILLAR 236
Trump denies he labelled fallen US soldiers 'losers' America: Allegations relate to a cancelled visit to a cemetery outside Paris. JAMES LAPORTA 467
US tech sell-offs unsettle traders; MARKETS. 211
Van Aert victory as pace shocks racers; TOUR DE FRANCE. IAN PARKER 298
Virtual event seeking contributions. GEMMA MACKENZIE 247
Who said it. 224
Wines to savour before onset of autumn's chill; Check out these must-try wines before the sun sets on summer, says Sam Wylie- Harris. Sam Wylie- Harris 755
With Eat Out to Help Out at an end, what's next for businesses? foodie focus With the Government-funded scheme that saw diners save up to PS10 on meals Mondays to Wednesdays now finished, Clare Johnston revisits businesses she spoke to before the initiative was launched to find out if it worked for them and where they go from here. Clare Johnston 1159
Woman in tears at stress of navigating city centre; CORONAVIRUS Social distancing measures just chaos, says Aberdeen resident. ALASTAIR GOSSIP 489

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