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Articles from The Sunday Post (Aberdeen,Scotland) (April 5, 2020)

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1962 FROZEN IN TIME. 202
200 years on: Seven days that shook Scotland. Murray Scougall mscougall@sundaypost.com 518
A river runs through it: Singer hails heroes of shipbuilding community. Mike Ritchie news@sundaypost.com 633
A week or so back, [...]. 156
All white on the night for George and League side. Brian Fowlie sport@sundaypost.com 676
april 11, 1890. 193
Art is really important in extreme times, to remind us we are not alone; Guilt star on why culture matters more than ever as he picks his top TV, films and music. 1519
Astronauts used duct tape and card to stay alive in lunar lifeboat. alan shaw mail@sundaypost.com 456
Back chat; What the celebs are talking about this week. 370
Backing our NHS heroes? Let them know; We love NHS Scotland poster In the middle In or go to www.sundaypost.com to print one Put a poster in your window and show support for Scotland's frontline health workers There's a colour-in version for kids It's in the middle or print one online. 398
Bake of the week. Recipe 261
Baz: Gers have to take it on the chin if Celts are named champs. Brian Fowlie sport@sundaypost.com 382
Be under no illusion. Staying in is saving lives. JASON LEITCH SCOTTISH GOVERNMENT'S NATIONAL CLINICAL DIRECTOR 433
Brooned off? How Scotland's famous family survives lockdown. Alice Hinds ahinds@sundaypost.com 1009
Cancer charities warn mental health of patients at risk because of awful isk dilemma over treatment. Tracey Bryce trbryce@sundaypost.com 1281
CATACLYSMIC; Tony Higgins' stark warning for football's future even after all this chaos has passed. EXCLUSIVE By Danny Stewart 210
Dark Blues ready to refund their season-ticket fans. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 419
Dons chief fears no more football in front of fans this year. Brian Fowlie sport@sundaypost.com 772
Drive-in test centre for NHS staff opens in airport car park. Russell Blackstock rblackstock@sundaypost.com 373
Fears as 13 residents die in one care home. 313
Fears as 13 residents die in one care home. 290
Five songs that are sure to lift your spirits; top tunes. 236
For the Government to single out football was both deeply insulting and very unfair. 729
Forget 9 to 5. Now Dolly's workin' night shifts! Bedtime stories with country queen. 578
Glow with it: Beauty tips to give you fresher, more youthful skin; Beauty Boss Say goodbye to fine lines and wrinkles with skincare specialist Amanda Von Hagen's anti-ageing guide. 406
Have boots will travel: Coach finds beautiful game in African township. Murray Scougall mscougall@sundaypost.com 395
Higgins warns that football will be changed forever whenever it emerges from lockdown. EXCLUSIVE By Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 778
HOROSCOPES. With Jane Ridder-Patrick 613
How letter to Downton writer was a game changer for aspiring Scots actress. 309
I am coping just fine, thanks... Now please leave me in peace so I can Skype the grandkids; lockdowndiary Maggie's. 765
I have a virtual date in the diary a telephone chat while eating pizza on Friday Pop star's NHS call; THE DATER. Laura Coventry news@sundaypost.com 564
I have a virtual date in the diary a telephone chat while eating pizza on Friday. Laura Coventry news@sundaypost.com 459
If you are lucky enough to have a plot... keep calm and carry on gardening; Even in these strange times, there are plenty of jobs to do in the garden, says our expert Agnes Stevenson. But make sure you take care while you work. 560
If you are the sort of person - like Douglas Park - who relishes a challenge, then this is your moment - says Bryan Jackson. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 1063
Is there anything available that [...]; Welcome to my potting shed! This is the column where I'll share all my gardening hints and tips - and I'll try to answer any queries you may have. Column 280
It's not hard to cook for stars, but we were a bit nervous about Nigella; Mum and daughter cook up a mix of great food, fun... and song. 437
It's time to cut the clutter; This period in self-isolation can be useful, starting with a wardrobe edit. Here are my top tips for a giant sort-out... 667
Jambos owner is defiant wner a and won't Budge on court threat over relegation. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 424
Kenny aiming to give kids a shot at living their dream. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 472
Kenny's giving kids another shot at glory. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 451
Ladies wholunch; Claire and Audrey are out. It's wine o'clock. And their waiter is drop dead gorgeous... 726
Life according to...Limmy. 520
Light night: Thousands mark end of big blackout; 71 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK. 571
Love in the time of Covid: Online dating websites report boom in business. Alice Hinds ahinds@sundaypost.com 1102
Meet the Author. Mark Griffin When Angels Sleep, Piaktus, PS7.99 601
My mission is to restore trust in our party as a force for good and a force for change. This is my pledge to the British people - Sir Keir Starmer. Mark Aitken POLITICAL EDITOR 903
National force puts new recruits on the street as absence stretches thin blue line. Norman Silvester news@sundaypost.com 682
New test centre for NHS workers opens in airport car park. Tim Knowles news@sundaypost.com 374
Norway takes first steps. 219
ON RUGBY DAVID Sole. 418
Our virtual pub has been a very busy place. danny Stewart & brian Fowlie sport@sundaypost.com 1455
People ask if I'm disappointed I didn't get off with a Beatle. 541
People follow many routes to happiness - we must not judge; W O R D S A L E X A N D E R M c C A L L S M I T H. 3190
Picpkoodf cthaests. 444
Police in fresh abuse probe at leading private school. Craig McDonald cmcdonald@sundaypost.com 310
Professor: Stay in to save lives. 225
Queen talks of grief felt by families. 207
Replies The Doc. 385
Richie aims to preserve the game's great courses. Euan McLean sport@sundaypost.com 564
Scotland was very primitive, but that was OK...so were we. Paul McCartney 382
Sing away the stress of these uncertain times; It's so easy to improve you mood and wellbeing - just by belting out a tune. 623
Stepping up: NHS workers swap roles to join the frontline. 487
Stone me! Alternative medicines' health benefits are crystal clear; Honest Truth. 666
Stranded at sea but retired nurse registers for frontline. Laura Smith lasmith@sundaypost.com 586
Tennis cannot let this terrible virus win game, set and match. 580
The grand old Victorian home of our dreams; AS TOLD TO ALISON GIBB. 601
The green blue line: Rookies drafted in to enforce lockdown; Police Scotland send new recruits on to the streets Blackest day so far. 980
The green blue line: Rookies drafted in to enforce lockdown; Police Scotland send new recruits on to the streets Symonds isolating. 971
The legacy and spirit of the radicals still lives on today. Murray Scougall mscougall@sundaypost.com 518
THE SPEECH. 405
The Switch Beth O'Leary, Quercus, [...]. 386
There will be no winners in this awful, savage game of chance. 503
They can't work it out: It waand Paul McCartney was abot was Friday, April 10, 1970 tney about to blow up The Beatles. Murray Scougall mscougall@sundaypost.com 885
This is a time for Labour's best people to step up and for the worst, those intent on causing trouble, to go. JACK MCCONNELL LABOUR PEER AND FORMER FIRST MINISTER 602
THIS WEEK. 247
THIS WEEKEND T. 231
Today The First Time With [...]. 234
TOP10. 191
Treat yourself to... 254
Turkey meatballs in tomato sauce from Table Mann Serves: 4-6; These turkey meatballs, says Jessie, "are light as a feather and seem to invite a confession - like when my dear friend, the singer/ songwriter Sam Smith, explained he thought Mexico was in Spain, while we fed these beauties to them.". 331
Union: Our nurses need protection. 196
View from the Vegetable Patch; Sewing the seeds of success - just add a touch of imagination, a bit of time, and a creative flourish. 437
Warning ignored: Secret report exposed gaps in flu pandemic plans and demanded urgent action; PPE worries raised after training drill five years ago. Peter Swindon pswindon@sundaypost.com 696
We hear of more medics dying and know we are at risk...and that we don't have the right protection; In a weekly dispatch, an intensive care doctor charts the brutal reality of NHS Scotland's war against Covid-19. 521
We played together, we fought together, we were Batmen together. And now he's gone, my wee brother. We loved him. DONALD MACLEOD 896
When I played, my night out was six pints at Paddy's, not PS1,500 bottles of champagne. DON'T MISS THE PEOPLE'S PUNDIT EVERY WEEK AlanBrazil 645
Yes, we are all in this together but, in the wee, small hours, we can feel all on our own. 599

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