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Articles from The Sunday Post (Aberdeen,Scotland) (December 15, 2019)

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- Former Labour MP Jenny Chapman on routed party's next leader Get this wrong and we'll be out of power for 15 years. Mark Aitken POLITICAL EDITOR 722
1937 FROZEN IN TIME. 158
25 years on, history still hangs heavy but Scot has future vision. Sean Hamilton SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 779
4 WINTER WALKING TIPS TO REMEMBER:. 111
40 years on: Still calling from a faraway town; THE CLASSIC. 196
52 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK. 472
A Duke, Duchess and a Bake Off doyen; Mary Berry joins William and Kate to host a party for charity workers. WORDS STEVIE GALLACHER 442
A little drizzle lifts every dish. Just don't do it last-minute. Truffle oil Jilly McCord, MasterChef 2019 finalist 317
A tale of two countries after FM gets needed vote of confidence; INSIDE HOLYROOD. Mandy Rhodes 553
A time for Lasting Memories. reg Moore SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 205
A tough test, but Well look to hurt Rangers. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 375
A yuletide fuel price cut at Asda. 290
All that glitters as soap star sambas to Strictly glory; Actor tipped for stardom on stage after victory in final. Alice Hinds ahinds@sundaypost.com 796
All that glitters as soap star sambas to Strictly glory; Actor tipped for stardom on stage after victory in final. Alice Hinds ahinds@sundaypost.com 788
Amy will be one of the stars of the Commons; - FM hails MP who ousted Jo Swinson. Peter Swindon news@sundaypost.com 542
angling; world of sport. 210
around the corner, around the world. 324
Aye, Cap'n: Old tar's home is a coastal delight. WORDS SALLY McDONALD 614
AYR UnitEd 2 Docherty (6, 12) ALLOA ATHLETIC 1 O'Hara (67). 376
Back chat; What the celebs are talking about this week. 320
BARNEY CRASHES OUT TO YOUNG. 207
Beauty Boss. 467
Blondie, the Big Yin and that BGT fella...2019's unmissable reads. 1729
Boe & Ball are back... and yes, they are smelling nice for you. WORDS STEVIE GALLACHER 451
Boro see red as Woodgate's woes continue; championship. 378
BULLS ON THE CHARGE AS COUNTY SLUMP. 248
Calls for domestic abuse homicide reviews in Scotland; THE CAMPAIGN. 341
Campaigner says declaring a major incident could have saved lives. 351
CAN YOU DO ME A FAVOUR? 144
cCrharicsktmerass. 456
Chefs serve up a festive feast - and guitar licks; Best of the rest. 433
Child o' mine: Hard rockin' dad with heart full of love; Francis Gay MY WEEK. 610
Christmas Carol actor: I couldn't scream. I was gripped by fear. 397
CINEMA. 281
Confidence, belief and the Johnson's prescription to power of mojo: Boris make Britain great again; election 2019 BREXIT in Motion PM forays north (but not too far) to thank Labour switchers for turning England blue and vow EU exit. Mark Aitken POLITICAL EDITOR 844
Councillor quits Tories. 102
Councils' leader: We should have second vote. 250
COUNTRY BY COUNTRY. 367
Cullen it: Moray town is a winter wonderland. WORDS SALLY McDONALD 834
Daring you to change your lives; WORDS MURRAY SCOUGALL. 598
december 19, 1941. 201
Did you know that 60% [...]; Frosted leaves crunching underfoot, the fresh smell of pine trees in the air and scenery around us resembling a Scottish postcard - all this, and more, awaits us as we embark on our winter walks and getaways. 375
Discover the circulars, cairns and [...]. 345
Dithering Dundee cling on for win. Euan Mcarthur sport@sundaypost.com 611
Dithering Dundee cling on for win; dUndee 4 Devine (15 og) Hemmings (25,) McGowan (34) Johnson (46) DUNFERMLINE 3 Dow (16), Nisbet (69), Martin (72). Euan Mcarthur sport@sundaypost.com 512
DRAMA. 314
Dream boat nightmare as busted flush leaves cruise pair all at sea; Couple's cruise turned into a holiday from hell after airport delays and broken toilet. Edited by Russell Blackstock 666
east of scotland league. 260
election 2019 NEWS in BRIEF; The parties and voters assess the state of the nation after big poll. 190
Elf warning for festive fun seekers. Donald FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER @DONALDCMACLEOD MacLeod 259
Elyounoussi in vow to 'destroy' Gers next time. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 440
Em@iljury. 310
Erwin pounces at the death to dump his old Killie team-mates. 565
Erwin pounces at the death to dump his old Killie team-mates; ross County 1 Erwin (90+2) KILMARNOCK 0. 557
Euro elite's greed should be stopped in its tracks; don't miss the people's pundit every week. Bra zil ALAN 597
euro ROUND-UP. 220
EURO ROUND-UP. 227
EVENTS. 265
Experts' dismay after report reveals staff were not flushing the taps at hospital where dirty water is linked to deaths; Infection specialists appalled by failure to carry out basic precaution on wards Feared interrogator gives his verdict on finalists vying to be Sir Alan's Apprentice. Marion Scott mascott@sundaypost.com 741
Farm's soaring achievement shows there is hope amid crisis for our natural world; The family project that has helped bring majestic red jestic kites back to the skies above Scotland. Polly Pullar WILDLIFE WRITER 1220
Farm's soaring achievement shows there is hope amid crisis for our natural world; The great In association with eat outdoors The family project that has helped bring majestic red jestic kites back to the skies above Scotland. Polly Pullar WILDLIFE WRITER 1220
Final push will be family affair for eager Selby. Neil Goulding SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 468
Final push will be family affair for eager Selby; FOCUS ON SNOOKER. Neil Goulding SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 468
Find loads more outdoor inspiration [...]. 141
First volcano victim named as NZ mourns. Craig McDonald cmcdonald@sundaypost.com 232
Fleck's double fires brilliant Blades to fifth. 410
Fleck's double fires brilliant Blades to fifth; review. 443
For just a little while, can we talk about today and not tomorrow? 585
Freed to kill: Thug ticked off in Scotland moves to England for raging domestic violence and murders his new partner; THE INVESTIGATION Mum who suffered years of killer's raging violence on the failures in justice system that put his next, needless victim at risk. Marion Scott CHIEF REPORTER 1126
From buildings to bens and [...]. 400
Gardener's growing fury over refund; SorTed. 280
Gauld and Smith give scoring masterclass; HIGHLAND league. 572
Gesture is key to success; see it As we OUR QUIRKY TAKE ON THE WEEK'S NEWS. 124
Get this wrong and we'll be out of power for 15 years; - Former Labour MP Jenny Chapman on routed party's next leader. Mark Aitken POLITICAL EDITOR 807
Getting backed by Brendan told Jack ack he was on the right track. Sean Hamilton sport@sundaypost.com 651
Gifted researchers reveal what makes the most perfect presents; SCIENCE OF GIVING. 436
Going out; Restaurant of the week The Apron Restaurant, Carlisle Road, Hamilton. 343
Good way to battle obesity. 187
Grouse decision due to be published. 206
Grouse reforms urged after release of delayed report; Campaigners want tougher penalties for wildlife crime. Krissy Storrar kstorrar@sundaypost.com 340
Hanging outlawed to cheers in Commons; Memories Looking back at what made the news in years gone by december 16, 1969. Alan Shaw@sundaypost.com 444
Hanlon hails his sidekick a future star. Sean Hamilton SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 410
HARD HITTING VIEW. DAVID SOLE 458
HARD HITTING VIEW; OPINION. DAVID SOLE 458
He quickly took control of my life; THE BEHAVIOUR. 244
Hearts could be in fans' hands by February. Alan Temple sport@sundaypost.com 385
Hearts could be in fans' hands by February; neWs. Alan Temple sport@sundaypost.com 385
Henaelwths. 369
Here come the skirls: Women pipers from all around the world blow in for landmark concert. Murray Scougall mscougall@sundaypost.com 119
HigHland league. 316
Highlands among top rat race escapes. 127
Holt rues brutal gale as Livi blow hot then cold. Brian Fowlie SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 362
Holt rues brutal gale as Livi blow hot then cold; reaction. Brian Fowlie SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 362
Holt: No rush to make 'Ronseal' full back a Lion. Iain Collin SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 379
Home to the Cairngorms mountain [...]; For many experienced walkers, the Scottish Highlands and Islands are regarded as the prime walking areas of Scotland - and it is not hard to see why. 454
Honest Truth; They influence every aspect of our lives, from money and measurements to phones and forecasts, but how much do you really know about the mathematical discoveries that have formed our world? Historian Adam Hart-Davis tells Alice Hinds the Honest Truth about numbers. 625
Horoscopes With Jane Ridder-Patrick; Find out what changes and challenges are heading your way as our top astrologer reveals your week in the stars. 558
How piping pioneers pibroch the glass ceiling. 252
How to party without piling on the pounds this Christmas DIETING DILEMMAS. 446
How to wear...pyjamas. 242
HUMPHRIES HAS BOTTLE FOR WIN. 197
I looked like a Christmas pudding... but now I've found love and can't wait for the festive party season; Newlywed super-slimmer tells of her joy as she sheds the pounds and drops dress sizes. 762
I urge everyone to find [...]. 149
I'm always game to get off the bench and on air. 213
I'm always game to get off the bench and on air; PAUL ON OFF THE BALL. 213
Images f thew week. 206
Inside. 143
It used to be a man's world but Finns ain't what they used to be. 531
It's a serious issue ...we all must learn; THE EXPERT Forensic criminologist Dr Jane Monckton Smith, of Gloucestershire University, specialises in stalking and coercive control. 196
It's time we had an at heels of political independent watchdog to snap parties and outlaw their porkies. 522
Jimmy will never forget the blast of the Bald Eagle. Brian Fowlie sport@sundaypost.com 639
Jingle bills all the way? Have a cracking Yule on a budget. 465
JuDy on HER FAVOURITE. 129
JuDy on HER FAVOURITE. 121
Julia's books are magical for children and adults. 299
juniors. 398
Keane demands Toffees ffees get stuck in ahead of Old Trafford tie. Damian Spellman sport@sundaypost.com 708
Kenmore is the perfect winter [...]. 540
Kingston's 67 in Mauritius turns up the pressure on Order of Merit leader Price; ROUND-UP. 512
Kipchoge backs Mo's decision to quit marathons; athletics. 399
Late stand helps keep Scotland hopes alive; cricket. William Dick SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 429
Leader could be stripped of Scots honour. Peter Swindon pswindon@sundaypost.com 312
Leader of Citizens' Assembly resigns after just four months; Sudden step down from organisation debating change. Mark Aitken POLITICAL EDITOR 373
league 2. 496
Learn to see angels; Be inspired. 193
Let's hope cut-price tickets are followed by a hangover day! BEHIND THE HEADLINES. Stewart DANNY 493
Liam turned his back on Last Chance Saloon to prosper at Well. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 667
Lisowski sets up final show against Selby. Neil Goulding SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 457
LOWLAND league. 475
lowland league. 343
McGregor doesn't expect any luck of the UEFA draw. Danny Stewart SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 774
McInnes begs Board not to sell star striker. Sean Hamilton sport@sundaypost.com 446
McInnes begs Board not to sell star striker; REACTION. Sean Hamilton sport@sundaypost.com 446
MIKE ON CARINA. 411
More red cards than goals in stalemate. 711
More red cards than goals in tousy draw; league 1. 816
Move north has taught Joe he has to be brave. Brian Fowlie sport@sundaypost.com 488
Mum hails lost daughter after respite cabin opens in tribute. Joan McFadden news@sundaypost.com 840
Music. 155
Musicians explain how they are smashing some stereotypes as festival bangs the drum for female stars past and present. 990
My cheating husband has moved in with his mistress, leaving me to spend Christmas with the in-laws; Maggie listens. 661
Narcissism on a stick? Churchman questions selfie seekers at historic attractions; Opinion: Social media snappers only care about themselves. Mike Merritt news@sundaypost.com Very Rev John Chalmers 748
Neil is proving himselto be a very talented manager and also a man of stature lf; SAYS STILIYAN PETROV. Mark Guidi SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 1239
Neilson thanks Lady Luck as Tangerines take points h. Fraser Clyne sport@sundaypost.com 663
Neilson thanks Lady Luck as Tangerines take points h; Arbroath 0 DUNDEE UnitEd 1 Stanton (6). Fraser Clyne sport@sundaypost.com 592
New era for the Jambos gets off to a false start. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 759
New timetable promises more trains and seats. Craig McDonald cmcdonald@sundaypost.com 292
Nir reveals Israelis' Finals pain is twice that felt in Scotland; We all love a Christmas tale, but who can say where Gerrard and Klopp will be when their contracts are up in 2024? Danny Stewart SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 1866
Obi's the one as his double snatches a point for Buddies. Brian Fowlie SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 713
Obi's the one as his double snatches a point for Buddies; st mirren 3 Morais (33), Obika (61, 74) LIVINGSTON 3 Souda (13, 57), Guthrie (45). Brian Fowlie SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 698
Once upon a rhyme...How epic tale sprung to life. 249
OnDemand. 193
One year on: Enterprise chiefs still chasing PS850k after tech firm's collapse; NEWS SPECIAL MSP wants probe into how public funds were blown on company. Peter Swindon pswindon @sundaypost.com 570
Our new PM can no longer run. There is nowhere to hide. CHRIS DEERIN POLITICAL COMMENTATOR 596
Our secret ingredients: thing that makes a huge Leading chefs on the little difference on the Big Day; Beelieve me, honey hits the sweet spot. Bee pollen Simon Attridge, executive chef at the 5-star Gleneagles Hotel, Perthshire 348
Ousted MP: No need for knee-jerk reactions. 273
Part of blaze school must be bulldozed. 110
PARTICK THISTLE 3 Jones (48), Saunders (64), Zanatta (90+3) INVERNESS CT 1 Keatings (57). 398
Pendant may be historic clan stone. 206
Pep wary of struggling Gunners' potent threat. Andy Hampson sport@sundaypost.com 865
Petty, ill-informed and 25: Off The silver anniversary of show no one o Ball's unlikely tag team celebrate expected would go into extra time; Greeeeeeetings: Football's odd couple tell all after a quarter of a century sharing laughs, friendship and a radio studio. Paul English news@sundaypost.com 1338
Petty, ill-informed and 25: Off The silver anniversary of show no one o Ball's unlikely tag team celebrate expected would go into extra time; Greeeeeeetings: Football's odd couple tell all after a quarter of a century sharing laughs, friendship and a radio studio. Paul English news@sundaypost.com 1596
Pickof the podcasts. 333
Presenter bangs the drum for women. 292
Quick bites; Saint Agur creme, oat biscuit and honey. Recipe 187
Rare snow leopard cub is put to sleep. 192
REAL LIFE. 220
REALITY. 206
Reed's caddie banned after altercation with fan at Presidents Cup. 561
Ref comes under fire after late, late call-off. Alex Dowdalls sport@sundaypost.com 443
Replies Our expert answers your medical questions The Doc. 355
Rodgers not concerned by gap to Liverpool after stalemate. 586
Saints stunner stymies new era for the Jambos; Hearts. 0 st johnstone 1 Hendry (74). Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 753
Sam swoops to silence grumbling Dons fans. Sean Hamilton sport@sundaypost.com 594
Sam swoops to silence grumbling Dons fans; Aberdeen 1 Cosgrove (53) HAMILTON ACCIES 0. Sean Hamilton sport@sundaypost.com 667
Santa Claus is coming to...tea! 514
Saucy, silky meat with all the trimmings...hungry yet? isle of Harris MUSTARD Andy Temple, executive development chef at Six by Nico and The Hebridean, Gla 271
Save Our Strictly: Bosses seek to sign bigger stars; A-list plan revealed as series sheds 1m viewers. Alice Hinds ahinds@sundaypost.com 798
Scotland to use Rangers' base for Euro Finals. Mark Walker SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 374
Scott Fletcher; Life according to... WORDS MURRAY SCOUGALL 462
Sealed with a kiss: Rami's shock when Daniel Craig planted a smacker on him; Scotland's Mr Showbiz drops us a postcard from Hollywood. 516
Search on for woman missing for three days. 205
Second-half surge wins the day for City. 493
Shetland and its Outer Isles. 315
Shop the look With Tracey Bryce. With Tracey Bryce 125
Sick air passenger caused near miss. 112
Sprouts are plain rotten. Here's how to shake 'em up. CUMIN David Hetherington head chef at Bridge of Orchy Hotel, Argyll 235
squash; world of sport. 185
Staying in Bake of the week; Baked peaches with granola crumble. Recipe 211
Stendel is a big risk and he's already on a hiding to nothing. 227
Stendel took his players on a day out and got shot. Alan Temple sport@sundaypost.com 450
Store tops survey for Christmas bargains. 256
STORY BEHIND THE SONG. 111
Strictly speaking, it's the troublesome teens; STEVIE on THE tV Our TV critic, Stevie Gallacher, on Strictly's future. 209
Stupid questions? Ask them; - Apprentice interrogator Mike Soutar's interview advice. Stevie Gallacher sgallacher@sundaypost.com 253
Superstar SuBo sings for the Pope in Vatican. 217
TAM'S BEST BIT. 161
tayside juniors. 394
That's a real touch of class. 143
That's no Angel: it's been a pub for five centuries. 552
The Angus coastline is one [...]. 447
the best scotland peter Irvine's; Fantastic chippies. peter Irvine's 324
THE CLASH OF 2020; Songwriter says PM's punk stunt only underlines the need lines for another referendum. Mark Aitken POLITICAL EDITOR 791
THE CONVICTIONS. 105
the day i... learned I could talk to angels nge s. As told to Tracey Bryce 864
THE SCOTS MAGAZINE. Robert Wight, Scots Mag Editor 147
THE WORKERS. 466
The world gets a first look at the First Hampden - at Hampden! Craig Stewart SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 325
THEATRE. 278
There have been arguments in the house because my mum and dad always vote Labour but my brother and sister and I vote SNP - Mark Frame. Peter Swindon pswindon@sundaypost.com 769
There is a chance if we listen. Another dud leader and it could be all over. BRIAN WILSON FORMER LABOUR TRADE MINISTER 489
There is a chance if we listen. Another dud leader and it could be all over; OPINION. BRIAN WILSON FORMER LABOUR TRADE MINISTER 489
think Brussels sprouts are bad? Try a pickled boar's head; A Merry tudor christmas with Lucy worsley BBC2, Fri, Dec 20, 9pm. 311
This sorry sketch show had me in a right state. Stevie on the TV 259
this week. 208
This weekend. 238
three men, a new baby, and lots of laughs. 322
Tierney a doubt for Scotland's Euro play-off. David Walker sport@sundaypost.com 336
Today EBU Christmas Around Europe [...]. 250
Two-goal Salah nips in to sting the Hornets. Carl Markham sport@sundaypost.com 797
Victorious & Albert: FM puts 48 new MPs on display and says calls for another indy poll cannot be ignored. Mark Aitken POLITICAL EDITOR 1024
Walking tall I may be [...]; Nan Nicol, 93, was born and raised in Edinburgh, and still lives in Leith. She has two children, five grandchildren and one great-granddaughter, and loves spending time with her extended family. After building a career as a housing officer, she later retired to spend more time with husband, Dougie, who she married in 1947. i l 93 b did i di b h d ill li i i h. 285
Want to save a theatre? Oh yes, we do; Board pins hopes on panto to revive historic playhouse. Murray Scougall mscougall@sundaypost.com 589
Warriors' Euro quest left floundering at Scotstoun. David Kelso SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 507
Warriors' Euro quest left floundering at Scotstoun; FOCUS ON RUGBY. David Kelso SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 514
Wedding day joy for cancer survivor. 198
What do children really want from Santa Claus? Well, toys, of course, an actual hippo, a real unicorn, but most of all? Happy times with their families; DEAR SANTA We visit - where else? - St Nicholas Primary to ask children what they hope will be under the tree this year and got a heartwarming surprise. Janet Boyle jboyle@sundaypost.com 684
When I was a kid, there was a lady who used to come and stand at my bedroom door after we moved to a flat in Edinburgh. At first, I thought it was my mum watching over me so I said to her that she didn't need to do that...but it wasn't her at all; Haunted becomes the haunter as Doctor Who star reveals spooky scare in real life-inspired starring role in supernatural thriller - Actress Neve McIntosh. Murray Scougall mscougall@sundaypost.com 888
When planning a day out [...]. 470
With castles, white beaches and islands , this west coast walk is one to be savoured. Keith Fergus OUTDOORS WRITER 370
With respect and pride restored, Europa last 32 holds no fears for Gary; What a difference 891 days can make! Brian Fowlie sport@sundaypost.com 827
Wrapping up for winter is [...]. 269
You don't need to hitch a ride on the back of a whale to throw caution to the wind and have a crazy adventure; Author behind enchanting animation on inspiring children to follow their dreams. WORDS SALLY McDONALD 1319
you have nothing to prove. Brian Fowlie 277
you have nothing to prove; Mcallister calls on PS7.5-million Kent to stop being so hard on himself. Brian Fowlie 247
you have nothing to prove; McAllister calls on PS7.5-million Kent to stop being so hard on himself. Brian Fowlie 235
You probably know I love [...]. Phil Luckett 176
Yourview; How dare teachers ridicule a stammer. 553

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