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Articles from The Sunday Post (Aberdeen,Scotland) (August 30, 2020)

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'TheWolf' keen to feast on late national call-up; REACTION. Danny Stewart SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 448
56 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK; A look back at how The Sunday Post reported the world through the years. This week: August 30, 1964. Riots on the streets of America, appeals over a foundling baby in Perth and a glamour tie for one lucky footballer. 554
A female US president? Now that would be something to crow about,says Sheryl; Scotland's Mr Showbiz drops us a postcard from Hollywood. Ross King 535
A Grand Tour of the Outer Hebrides. 204
A mathematical genius on the downside of working from home, c.1829. Mary Somerville 633
A new clown at McDonald's? Broughty Ferry burger magnate becomes voice of the Big Mac; Bob Servant star signs up to voice ads for fast food multinational. Russell Blackstock 396
A safari to a land of hope and dreams. WORDS JAMES CALLERY 783
A song full of courage, a choir full of friendship: Cancer patients gather online to offer support t and s share their passion for music; Presenter with a love of singing reveals how an extraordinary performance and some truly exceptional pals emerged out of lockdown. Tracey Bryce 1292
Ajeti's out to make up for a lot of lost time. Danny Stewart SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 419
All-England tussle for Long and Harvey; THE AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP. 417
Andy Murray wins Wimbledon, July 7, 2013; A boy from Dunblane wins Wimbledon and the heart of a nation and a girl from Dreghorn blazes a trail for women with her rise and rise. Hugh MacDonald 1270
anti-age your wardrobe; Here's how to look younger with a few clever style tricks. No surgery required! STYLE with Wendy Rigg 560
Appy ending after boys run up PS300 bill. 281
Arteta praise as Gunners add to silverware; REACTION. 437
Artist's refugee rescue boat stranded at sea. Russell Blackstock 221
As lockdown eases, life feels like it's returning [...]. 185
At The Sea's Edge. WENDY CLARKE 910
AUGUST 31, 2006. 227
Azarenka lifts the title as Japan's Osaka has to withdraw; WORLD OF SPORT TENNIS. 263
Back chat What the celebs are talking about this week. 356
Back on the old treadmill? Fitness fans divided on return as gyms reopen; Coach on how exercise can ease the strains of strange times as sports centres open and members weigh up when to return. Alice Hinds 674
Best-selling author says his hit novels come to him fully formed. 218
Billy's elbow got one of his heroes an early bath. Brian Fowlie 674
Books; Meet the Author. Sarah Moss Summerwater, Picador, PS14.99 Interview 842
Bright strike sets Blues on their way. Simon Peach SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 533
Budge suffered sleepless nights during SPFL strife. Darren Johnstone SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 750
Building the Bell Rock Bui Lighthouse, September 2, 1807; A long-suffering wife on life at home with our Bard and a construction crew battles the elements to shine a light on stormy seas. Robert Stevenson 1243
Carers fall into Covid debt trap. 293
Celtic's move for Duffy faces a few twists and turns; NEWS. EXCLUSIVE By Danny Stewart 452
Cooking on th frontline, 191 the 1916; Embattled crofters revolt, brave nurses cook dinner on the frontline and a scientific genius goes under to make a crucial discovery. Mary Lee Milne 205
Covid defeats Vikings of Largs. 222
Daughter finds her purse but questions for dad. 225
Departing BBC chief defends Proms call. 200
Diana, the people's princess: A death that shook the world; Memories Looking back at what made the news in years gone by. Tracey Bryce 550
Djokovic battles his way to equal record in Big Apple success; WORLD OF SPORT TENNIS. Jonathan Veal 429
DRAMA. 174
Dutch dispute deepens for Scots kid; NEWS. Mark Walker 265
Dykes has something about him - but Oli is the man for the job right now; Scotland legend Joe Jordan gives his verdict on the crucial striker conundrum facing Steve Clarke in the coming weeks. Mark Guidi SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 1340
Eric Liddell wins gold at he Olympics, July11, 1924; A principled runner breaks the tape, a visionary's small-screen vision and an inspiring teacher in her prime. 447
Estate fury as president raids Cohen songbook. 181
Everyone in the Dalglish family [...]. Sir Kenny THE LEGEND WRITES FOR YOU 170
Experimenting with chloroform, 1847. James Simpson 305
Eyewitnesses tell vital stories of Scotland. 155
Falling asleep by the firelight is so romantic. AS TOLD TO SALLY MCDONALD 547
Flame to bloom for Rose. Reg Moore 189
FM to unveil wide-ranging policy programme to tackle Covid crisis. 169
Friends in knead... Mates with Meghan. Meet the Luminaries; On my plate. WORDS ALICE HINDS 515
Germany's Aline battles all the way Aline to secure Women's title; WOMEN'S AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP. 523
Germany's Aline battles all the way Aline to secure Women's title; WOMEN'S AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP. 525
Goodwin says Buddies need to keep it simple; REACTION. Calum Woodger SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 379
Hard work can deliver dark-blue jersey for Hanlon; PREVIEW. Brian Fowlie SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 412
Harry comes clean on his love of TV soaps; Harry Hill's World Of TVBBC2, Sunday, 8.30pm Stevie on the TV. 237
Here's to the inspirational women who are quietly battling on; EDITOR'S LETTER. Editorial 270
Highland League is back in business. 507
HOLY GOOD NEWS ,BATMAN! PLAYTIME HELPS KIDS LEARN; Lego's play-maker-in-chief on why best lessons should be fun. Alice Hinds 481
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. With Jane Ridder-Patrick 591
How Scotland's hidden heroes are helping feed the world; SPONSORED CONTENT Salmon industry leader hails Scottish success story. Laura Coventry 794
How to wear animal print; Trend to try. 213
Humiliation back in 2005 gives Lennon some heart in the wake of Champions exit. Danny Stewart SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 746
Hunt for missing pensioner, aged 100. 206
I am alone, toughing it out. I really need a hug; Patient keeps moving diary as she trials shortened cancer treatment. AS TOLD TO JANET BOYLE 1417
I lost my way in Scotland but found my path: Buddhist monk on giving up taste for whisky and finding an inner peace after fleeing bullets in Tibet for safe haven in the Borders; Lama charts his turbulent journey from the mountains of Tibet to peace and joy (after a brief passion for fast cars and gambling). Laura Smith 1403
I need to know why Mercy died: Father of asylum seeker asks for answers; Family plea after mum is found dead alongside crying baby. Peter Swindon & Halima Athumani IN KAMPALA 597
I'm 76, in good health, [...]. 175
I've been a bit beaten up, but painting has given me strength; Actress turned to art therapy after she suffered cancer, family loss and divorce WORDS MURRAY SCOUGALL. INTERVIEW Daniela Nardini 1309
If this is the only alternative, slow justice might not be so bad after all; SUNDAY POST VIEW. 504
If, as polls suggest, the party is about to start for the SNP, why are so many leaving early? Mandy Rhodes INSIDE HOLYROOD 560
Images of the week. 160
Is more heartache on the horizon for Andy? BEHIND THE HEADLINES. DANNY STEWART 765
Isa happy to put a smile on people's faces; CRICKET. 296
It is a fantastic picture, full of life. I didn't realise mum looked so cool; KIRSTYN'S STORY. 350
It seems lockdown has taught us a little monkey business and looking out for one another is no bad thing. JUDYMURRAY FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER @JUDYMURRAY 512
It's a case of the Mutual Appreciation Society down at Easter Road today; Del's a big fan of Jack's bounce-back abilities. Scott Davie SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 796
James Hutton discovers the age of the earth, 1788. James Hutton and John Playfair 510
Journey on the great eat Rannoch wall; Pair of hills offer history, spectacle and a great day out. Robert Wight 755
Kaymer is hard on the heels of Justin as things heatup atTheBelfry; FOCUS ON GOLF ISPS HANDA UK CHAMPIONSHIP. 711
Kaymer is hard on the heels of Justin as things heatup atTheBelfry; ISPS HANDA UK CHAMPIONSHIP. 501
Kettlewell slams 'arrogant' ref after seeing red; REACTION. Iain Collin SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 437
KP comparisons are not what Tom needs. David Charlesworth 567
Laundromad: Key worker left washerless; RAWDEAL. Edited by Russell Blackstock 714
Leeds break the bank to sign PS30m super Spaniard. 439
Let's get the party started (at a social distance): Freshers reveal some mixed feelings before they head off to uni; Arriving students admit pandemic is curbing their excitement. ByJenna MacFarlane 936
Lewis dedicates pole after death of star Boseman; FOCUS ON FORMULA ONE. Philip Duncan 481
Life according to... Nicholas Ralph; WORDS MURRAY SCOUGALL. 594
Liverpool pay the penalty as Arsenal lift Charity Shield. Simon Peach SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 606
Liverpool pay the penalty as Arsenal lift Charity Shield; ARSENAL 1 Aubameyang (12)) LIVERPOOL 1 Minamino (73) Arsenal win 5-4 on penalties. Simon Peach SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 584
Lizzie take the honours at La Course; CYCLING. 224
Lizzie take the honours at La Course; CYCLING. 224
Many voices become one in digital gathering. 204
May's day! May's day! Stevie wins Battle of the Saints; ST JOHNSTONE 1 May (72) ST MIRREN 0. Calum Woodger SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 824
McLaughlin has swopped two men and a dog for full houses - once Covid-19 is gone. Brian Fowlie SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 677
Ministers removed homes' safeguard in rush to clear beds. Peter Swindon 463
Moments in time: How photographer frames ordinary lives to make extraordinary art from the everyday; Photographer unearths forgotten film to reveal impromptu shots that chronicled the unguarded moments of everyday Scots in 1980s. Alice Hinds 840
Morelos may move but Kent is keen to stay at Ibrox; REACTION. Brian Fowlie SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 420
Murphy wants to start winning again at Hibs; PREVIEW. Brian Fowlie SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 450
Music. 207
New Steelman O'Donnell aims to put one over on former team-mate Greg. Danny Stewart SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 600
Nicola Sturgeon and the great glass ceiling, 2016. Mandy Rhodes 868
No fans, but I'll watch with a glass instead. 294
NOT YET. 305
Now Amy's silly kindnesses make a world of difference; Francis Gay MY WEEK. 666
Olsen's best pal denied him a move to Celtic. Mark Walker SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 398
On one of those bright cold Edinburgh days when; Pure dead brilliant: Author Peter Ross celebrates the secret life of one of Scotland's famous graveyards in this extract from his book. Peter Ross 1431
On the Radio Seven days. 248
OnDemand. 279
OPINION Until landowners can no longer set the price asked of communities, reform will remain a mirage. BRIAN WILSON 403
Our daughters want to throw us an anniversary party, but my husband wants a quiet life; Maggie Listens Looking for practical advice, relationship help or emotional support? As a mum of four, gran of eight and dear friend to many, Margaret Clayton's years of experience make her the ideal person to turn to. 614
Perfect night for Leinster as Ulster vanquished. 414
Pick of the podcasts. 417
potting shed. 300
Presenter: We need to celebrate Scots artists. 206
Preston power ahead with four-goal foray; CARABAO CUP ROUND-UP. 413
Pulled harissa lamb ragu; Easy bite. 265
Reach for cars on Scotland's best road trips; UK TRAVEL Scotland WORDS TRACEY BRYCE. 694
Read about the Amazing Health Benefits of TURMERIC & HONEY. 612
Record-breaking Gers hit Accies early to seal spoils; HAMILTON ACCIES 0 RANGERS 2 Hagi (15), Tavernier (20). Brian Fowlie SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 932
Residents strike it rich with PS270k win. 198
Residents strike it rich with PS270k win. 200
Roasted garlic Irish soda bread; Recipe. Recipe 468
Robert Burns at home, 1780s and 1790s. Jean Armour and Jessy Lewars 442
Ronnie has eyes on being the greatest; SNOOKER EXCLUSIVE. Neil Goulding 190
Rosenthal urges the Hoops to hurry up if they want Weissman; NEWS. Graeme Macpherson SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 485
Ross enourages Hibees men to take a leaf out of McInnes' Dons book. Brian Fowlie SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 649
Royal seal for League's milestone. 285
Scotland Forever at Waterloo, June 18, 1815; A soldier facing the fury of Napoleon's army recounts the battle while a light finally shines on a very exceptional talent. Sergeant-Major Dickson 1002
Scotland the Best; Cycling trips. Peter Irvine's 295
Sheltered and secluded, silvery-sanded Colonsay is an island full of charm. Katrina Patrick 270
Slave trade museum on agenda at summit. 204
Small steps matter and we can all vote with our feet. ANDREW MCCORNICK NFU Scotland president 314
Soft, crumbly and great for the veggie to make compost, and how to get it right; View from the Vegetable Patch. 431
Star: Why parenting was my biggest fear. 204
Steve's Anglo Army are ready to storm the Nations League for Scotland; As he gears up for the country's first games of the year, Clarke believes he has plenty of reasons to be cheerful. Danny Stewart 924
Steven and Neil were well within their rights to go public with their problems. Sir Kenny THE LEGEND WRITES FOR YOU 832
Strike four: Cormoran is back, but will he fall for sidekick Robin? WORDS STEVIE GALLACHER. 433
Study: Big cats are stalking the UK. 195
Sutton fears for the future of the game after Covid-19. Euan Mcarthur SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 465
Terrors put to sword by Killie masterclass; KILMARNOCK 4 Kabamba (30, 78), Brophy (45), McKenzie (86) DUNDEE UNITED 0. Danny Stewart SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 785
Terrors put to sword by Killie masterclass; KILMARNOCK 4 Kabamba (30, 78), Brophy (45), McKenzie (86) DUNDEE UNITED 0. Danny Stewart SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 700
The Battle of the Braes, April 18, 1882. Alexander Gow 1100
The Big Yin, 1975; The arrival on stage of one distinctive and dauntless Scot determined his voice would be heard and the departure of another. George Rosie 1850
The bubble beckons for Bradley - and he couldn't be happier; EXCLUSIVE. Adam Lanigan 601
The bubble beckons for Bradley - and he couldn't be happier; EXCLUSIVE. Adam Lanigan 590
The death of Hugh MacDiarmid, 1978. Alan Bold 519
The Doc Replies Our expert answers your medical questions. 171
The execution of Mary Queen of Scots, February 8, 1587; A queen's courage in the face of death and a rock star scientist makes greatest discovery since time began. Robert Wingfield 1524
The fans turned up, but sorry Edinburgh didn't; FOCUS ON RUGBY. David Kelso 536
The gathering storm: Farmers fear unprecedented challenges from the triple threat of pandemic, Brexit and global warming; Experts warn of devastating impact ting impact as rural economy bears brunt of coronavirus, floods and recession A FARMER'S STORY. Krissy Storrar 1445
The gun that got away? A revolver is catch of the day for Scotland's growing band of magentic fishermen; Lines baited with magnets not flies, metal-detecting anglers are called to talks with canal bosses worried by pastime's surging popularity. Stevie Gallacher 989
The invention of television, October 1925. John Logie Baird 712
The memories are fuzzy like a hangover... but they are good ones. ALICE HINDS ON HER FRESHERS' WEEK 340
The moment schools went back it started taking six days to get results; care homes confirm positive patients arrived from Scots hospitals as they warn return of schools has slowed vital test results for staff - Care home operator Robert Kilgour. Marion Scott and Peter Swindon 1392
The origins of Miss Jean Brodie, 1929. Muriel Spark 391
The popular Eat Out To Help Out scheme ends tomorrow. Should it be extended? Em@iljury. 211
The thick and thin of managing hair that requires a little TLC; Beauty Boss Thinning hair? Salon owner Caroline Sanderson, tells us the super salon tricks to give your locks a fuller feeling. Tracey Bryce 426
The trolley dash. EIRIN THOMPSON 1890
This land is our land. Potentially; Community appeals for a benefactor to help them buy and breathe new life into abandoned estate. Richard Baynes 1011
Threave's like us: Estate's revival is inspiration just when I needed it; With her appetite for construction waning, Agnes Stevenson finds fresh motivation at pretty country estate where nature's scars have healed beautifully. GARDENS with Agnes Stevenson 465
TOP10. 180
Travel news. 334
Treat yourself to... This year seems to have passed in the blink of an eye - how is it almost September ? With autumn just around the corner, we're getting ready for cold weather and hiberation with our new must-haves. SHOPPING with Alice Hinds 213
Tributes to Black Panther star after death at 43 shocks Hollywood; Stars salute actor who kept filming during secret four-year fight with cancer. Craig McDonald 587
Ugly Lions finally roar to move off bottom; LIVINGSTON 1 Guthrie (64) ROSS COUNTY 0. Iain Collin SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 829
Van Bronckhorst tried to do Dark Blues a favour without success. Danny Stewart 441
Who knows why she was sent there but why on earth is she still there? Ministers urged to secure teen's return after ex-partner admits violence in court - MSP Alex Rowley demands action. Marion Scott CHIEF REPORTER 1068
Why, after more than 100 years, The Sunday Post is still delivering news worth waiting for; News has never slept but today it seems like it never stops, 24 hours a day, every day...but it's not every day you get the full story. It's every Sunday. 400
Win PS17,000! Advertisement. 638
With this ring, I see shed: Celebrants reveal couples are ripping up all their big plans for their big day and tying the knot in the back garden. Janet Boyle 1027
Worry over live chick transport; Moved from Covid-hit plant. Janet Boyle 219
Writing about hateful, obnoxious, offensive characters should not make me guilty of a hateful, obnoxious offence; Top writer on why she is worried about hate crime plan. Murray Scougall 973
Yes, oui can: How we learned to embrace everyday French; We may not realise it, but every day of our lives we're speaking French. Over the centuries, the language has crept into our own. Here, Durham University French professor and author Richard Scholar tells Sally McDonald The Honest Truth about French words that pop up in English. A SIT DOWN WITH RICHARD SCHOLAR 630

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