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Articles from The Sunday Post (Aberdeen,Scotland) (January 12, 2020)

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- Mum who wanted to keep ovaries The hospital told me surgeons had taken an ovary out but then changed their minds. What on earth am I meant to think? What am I meant to do? Patient told to pay for test herself after being told different stories after surgery. Marion Scott Chief reporter 517
- Tuesday Mennie My prosthetic foot is meant for a child. Of course it's going to break; Disabled woman must raise PS6k to replace kids-size limb. Krissy Storrar kstorrar@sundaypost.com 752
1952 FROZEN IN TIME. 176
2020 came in with a roar - and Boney M. 180
30 years of stardom, but village detective is Robson's best role yet. WORDS STEVIE GALLACHER 428
41 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK; A look back at how The Sunday Post reported the world through the years. This week January 14, 1979. Dire warning over coal shortage, a big freeze and rug dealers clean up. 526
48 hours in Miami. 310
A BLAW UP AT THE DANCIN'. 608
A BRIDGE OF SIGHS? Politicians, drivers, residents and planners give their view e on the success or failure of the Queensferry Crossing. Peter Swindon pswindon@sundaypost.com 1735
A false economy? Surgeon warns too many obese patients are refused life-changing operations that would save NHS money; Hospital consultant calls for radical rethink on who gets ops ps and insists surgery could do more to combat Scots' growing obesity problem. Sally McDonald smcdonald@sundaypost.com 769
A Low Tech Solution to Mobile Phone Problems. 610
A NEW NAME SET TO GO ON THE TROPHY; bdo world darts. 234
Aguero has Henry's record in his sights; Preview. Andy Hampson SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 365
All-weather pitch is sunk by weather. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 378
An End to Getting Frustrated with your Smartphone; Finally discover how to get it to do what you want, easily (and find out what else you can do with it, too). 726
angling; world of sport. 247
Another black day on high street as two big chains shut up shop; 3,000 jobs lost as fallen retail giants close doors around country. Russell Blacstock rblackstock@sundaypost.com 352
around the corner, around the world. 321
Back chat; What the celebs are talking about this week. 358
Back in business: Stormont assembly reassembles after three years in limbo; Impasse over in Northern Ireland as parties agree power-sharing deal. Peter swindon pswindon@sundaypost.com 541
basketball. 143
Blooms January; Introduce a hint of floral print to your winter basics, for a look that's both pretty and feminine. 443
Bob will be no Kelso soft touch. Reg Moore SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 212
Branching out: Old farm that's now a swish treehouse. AS TOLD TO SALLY McDONALD 583
Brendan blows in: Storm warning as Scots keep hatches battened; Travel chaos on road and rail as 70mph winds batter country. Paul Drury news@sundaypost.com 383
CAN YOU DO ME A FAVOUR? 167
Cancer took my gran, but a smear test caught my illness; Louise's story. 316
Castle's art to sell for PS180k. 103
Chanel or high water: Fashionistas by the sea. WORDS ROSALIND ERSKINE 750
Christina's baby blow. 106
Churchill's idea to nuke Scotland didn't go down a bomb. 558
CINEMA. 294
Climate protest group included on police list of extremists. 126
Comeback man Ryan aims to give his mate the Blues. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 790
Con artists know exactly what to say; THE PSYCHOLOGIST. 348
Contents. 157
Council first to train workers on dementia. 205
Couple considering two bases in North America to divide time between LA and Toronto. 220
Crocs on a plane: That time I shared a three-hour flight with a 5ft alligator; Honest Truth. 563
Decisions, decisions: So much to grow, so little time...and space; Those catalogues are oh so tempting but, warns our expert Agnes Stevenson, be sure to plan carefully and buy only what your garden can accommodate. 449
Diego to the rescue: Giant tortoise saves its species. 109
Djok and Nadal to go head-to-head in final cracker; atp cup. 463
Djok and Nadal to go head-to-head in final cracker; FOCUS ON TENNIS atp cup. 463
Djokovic and Nadal are set to go head-to-head. 447
donated my cells to save a life; the day i... 775
Dons chemist handed an odd formula for cup final. Brian Fowlie sport@sundaypost.com 628
Dons have signed a gem in maestro McGeouch: Fyvie. Sean Hamilton SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 765
Doon the watter... to doon a delicious scone. 603
DOREEN'S STORY. 516
DRAMA. 338
DREAM NOW HANGS BY A THREAD. 200
DS Healy 'terrified by mac and hat'. 242
Em@iljury; Should Harry and Meghan get to keep their royal titles, and do you think they're right to step back from their duties? 288
England's Euro 2020 hopes could be hamstrung by Harry. 211
Eva, a mother from Geneva, accidentally discovers the secret to slimming without a diet; ADVERTISEMENT A simple stick of coffee allowed her to lose over 3.5 st in (less than) 2 months. 1336
EVENTS. 276
everton 1 Richarlison (38) BRIGHTON 0. 393
Ex-Marine eyes Afghan return with travel show. 214
Expert: Surgery can't cure obesity. It should only be the very last resort. Sally McDonald smcdonald@sundaypost.com 354
FACTUAL. 203
Family GPs in plea for more cash; A&E waiting times crisis. Marion Scott mascott@sundaypost.com 210
Firmino sinks Spurs as Reds' run continues; TOTTENHAM HotsPur 0 LIVERPOOL 1 Firmino (37). Jonathan Veal SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 619
Firmino's classy touch as Liverpool march on; ENGLISH REVIEW. 610
Follow the fish: Landmark bid to protect threatened Scots salmon by tracking their route to north Atlantic; Scientists study epic ocean journey in bid to protect salmon. Krissy Storrar kstorrar@sundaypost.com 841
Former TV news girl sings with prisoners. 212
Fresh bid to save wildcat. 106
Fresh subs spark new life into East Fife; league 1. 645
Gary Gilmore's eyes saw so many horrors. Alan Shaw mail@sundaypost.com 450
Gerrard issues players with a warning despite Gers' six-goal salvo. 528
Going out; Restaurant of the week Ransacked Black Oven, 27 Marshall St, Edinburgh. 324
Gone in six days? Queen demands speedy deal with want-away couple; Her Majesty calls princes to emergency family summit ROYALS IN CRISIS. Krissy Storrar kstorrar@sundaypost.com 813
Gone in six days? Queen demands speedy deal with want-away couple; Her Majesty wants agreement on exit terms within week ROYALS IN CRISIS. Krissy Storrar kstorrar@sundaypost.com 804
Gran's special ingredient? A big, hearty dollop of love; Francis Gay MY WEEK. 586
Great redwood chatter as jays screech...but beware the silent swoop of the hawk; Nestling on Scotland's east coast, towering Californian trees alifornian create a spectacular wildlife wonderland. Jim Crumley WILDLIFE WRITER 1204
Great teams need a leader - and for Lee that man is Greegsy. Brian Fowlie SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 526
GUARANTEED A FIRST-TIME WORLD CHAMP; bdo world darts. 225
GUNNERS PAY THE PRICE AS EURO DREAM NOW HANGS BY A THREAD. David Kelso SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 529
GUNNERS PAY THE PRICE AS EURO. David Kelso SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 222
Hagar might be horrible, but don't dare say a word about King Harald Fairhair... he's family; Modern-day Viking marries his queen after tracing ancestry back 1,000 years to first king of Norway. Janet Boyle jboyle@sundaypost.com 619
Hagar might be horrible, but don't dare say a word about King Harald Fairhair... he's family; Modern-day Viking marries his queen after tracing ancestry back 1,000 years to first king of Norway. Janet Boyle jboyle@sundaypost.com 622
Hairy January? Give it the chop. 124
HARD HITTING VIEW. DAVID SOLE 447
HARRY's FAME. 143
Harry, once the people's prince, loses supporreveals reluctance to let couple keep any r, support as poll eluctance royal perks; Poll reveals want-away couple are losing backing of the p royals in crisis f public as commentators assess their decision and future plans Taking a step back is a brave thing to do but, for them, the best thing. Krissy Storrar kstorrar@sundaypost.com by NATASHA radmehr 905
Having second thoughts? Side-hustling for beginners. 565
He was so special and I gave him every penny I had...but he didn't even exist-Romance fraud victim yesterday. INVESTIGATION By Tracey Bryce 2291
He was so special and I gave him every penny I had...but he didn't even exist-Romance fraud victim yesterday; UNKNOWN SOLDIER'S PS1M TRAIL OF BROKEN HEARTS Online romance fraudsters exposed as victims reveal the awful toll. INVESTIGATION By Tracey Bryce 218
Henaelwths. 351
HIGHLAND league AND LOWLAND league. 398
His mum would be proud of her son, this young mung man determined to give his family the security he missed. margaret clayton 437
His mum would be proud of her son, this young. margaret clayton 154
Horoscopes; Find out what changes and challenges are heading your way as our top astrologer reveals your week in the stars. With Jane Ridder-Patrick 585
How do I come out to my mum? 195
How does CafeForm fight the 5 main reasons of your extra pounds; ADVERTISEMENT This Nutritionist explains. 426
How to join the Anthony Nolan register; Be informed pS. 180
How to wear this season's overcoats; January is a great time to invest in a new coat to keep your wardrobe looking fresh and modern. 167
I laugh a lot - laughter helps you through any difficulty, sadness or hardship; Vera's gritty storylines don't get Brenda down. WORDS LAURA SMITH 1235
I was so tired all the time and had no energy until I started taking turmeric and honey! HEALTH REPORT / Turmeric & Honey. Senior Health Correspondent Marcus James 506
I've heard about forcing rhubarb. [...]; 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 259
Images f thew week. 207
Inbetweener in space: Jay steps into the Whoniverse. 220
It is sad, complicated and may not end well. hugo vickers 623
It should not be beyond Scotland's top clubs to do all they can to help out our national team. 865
It should not be beyond Scotland's top clubs to do all they can to help out our national team; The legend WRITES for you. sir KENNY dalglish 869
It was a mistake but it was us: Iran admits downing passenger plane; Global leaders demand probe after admission that jet was shot down in error. Peter Swindon pswindon@sundaypost.com 552
It's a scream... A mum's guide to snow tubing. SALLY McDONALD 955
It's not absolutely necessary to be a shouty maverick to make a great movie. Women make great movies all the time - Film director Harry wootliff; Award-winning female director on the Bafta sexism row. Stevie Gallacher sgallacher@sundaypost.com 780
it's roma roulette for barisic; Italian giants' mega-money will test Rangers' resolve to keep their full-back. Danny Stewart & Massimiliano Vitelli 206
Its Forster v McGregor in the Battle of the Gloves. Danny Stewart SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 562
Jacobs cracks it with a fine double for Ton. Alex Dowdalls sport@sundaypost.com 667
january 12, 1976. 211
JUNIOR ROUND-uP. 343
junior round-uP. 427
Kid class Aaron is bullet-proof at Stendel's Jambos. Sean Hamilton SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 540
Kid class Aaron is bullet-proof at Stendel's Jambos; NEWS. Sean Hamilton SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 540
league 2. 537
Light Blues in battle to fight off interest in kid King. Mark Walker SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 198
Loan Saint says he's made right decision; News. Brian Fowlie SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 449
Louis aims to be king of the swingers once again; FOCUS ON GOLF south african open. 573
Louis aims to be king of the swingers once again; south african open. 573
Maggie listens; I'm sick to death of my husband whinging about money. Should we just go our separate ways? 432
Mass grave nuns give up plan to sell land. 201
McGeouch will give Dons what they've missed since Jack. Sean Hamilton SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 765
McKinnon 'buzzing' as Queens take the first steps on pro journey. Sean Hamilton sport@sundaypost.com 697
Meet the Author; Felicity EverettThe Move, HQ, PS12.99. 459
Meet the Instagran. 329
Mibbes aye, mibbes naw has never worked for Labour. It never will. Mandy Rhodes INSIDE HOLYROOD 559
Mighty feat silenced sceptics, transformed towns and laid bare Scotland's sheer beauty. Keith Fergus OUTDOORS WRITER 346
Milne missed penalty is break for Locos; highland league. 647
More injuries to frustrate Bruce, ce, who hails Magpies' character; wolves 1 Dendoncker (14) NewCastle uNited 1 Almiron (7). 475
morton 3 Jacobs (42, 84), McAlister (49) dunfermline 2 Murray (23), Nisbet (90). 381
MSP wants hardship fund for mesh survivors. 210
Mural marks fallen heroes. 112
Music. 152
Musicians set perfect soundtrack; sounds of the sea. 207
My last part was spotting a still felt more plausible than - Actor Robert Carlyle Martian invasion...and it playing a Scots Tory PM; Star of small-screen political drama reveals how he dropped ped Glaswegian accent for role but found his voice among Scotland's rugby talent. Paul English news@sundaypost.com 1097
New tool to tackle rural fees lottery. 261
No pussyfooting - this show is a bit ghoulish; Stevie on the TV Don't F*** With CatsNetflix. 223
Old Firm pantomime is just on an extended run; don't miss the people's pundit every week. Bra zil alaN 616
On Audio; The Hopes and Triumphs of the Amir Sisters. 138
OnDemand. 211
ORMSBY ON TARGET FOR ANOTHER HK WIN; hong kong open. 291
Pals can't get clear picture from charge for broken TV they deny hoteloverPS250 even touching. 790
Parliamo genius: Book salutes writer behind comic's famous patter i '. Alice Hinds ahinds@sundaypost.com Reprint 552
Pickof the podcasts. 355
Pound packs a punch for sun-worshippers. 115
PREMIERSHIP. 117
Quick bites; Maple dahl soup (serves four). 150
Rebel royals must rebuild bridges on lonely road to independence. 441
Replies The Doc; Our expert answers your medical questions. 383
Saints' revenge over Foxes for 9-0 drubbing; review. Ben Thomas sport@sundaypost.com 434
Scotland the Best; Art galleries. peter Irvine's 306
Scots Labour: More talks on more devolution. 198
Scots legends book their semi-finals spot; world of sport bowls. Dom Picksley SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 278
see it As we; OUR QUIRKY TAKE ON THE WEEK'S NEWS. 478
Seeing what goes in these rooms was fascinating and absolutely terrifying. 421
Seeing what goes on inside the rooms was fascinating and absolutely terrifying. 421
Shankland's perfect as United go 17 clear; Partick Thistle. 1 Miller (87) dundee united 4 Shankland (38, 60, 66), Sporle (45). Brian Fowlie sport@sundaypost.com 523
Shanks' hat-trick is clouded by a nasty injury for Nicky. Brian Fowlie sport@sundaypost.com 843
Shop the look With Alice Hinds; Do you love the rustic charm of Philip and Sue's luxury treehouse? To replicate the country-chic look in your home, opt for exposed wood, patterned soft furnishings and cosy colours. Simple, yet effective. With Alice Hinds 127
SHOWBIZ. 199
Silly fad diets are making a meal of dining. 162
Simple screen test saves 5,000 lives every year; But medics worry too many women are still not having smears WORDS TRACEY BRYCE. 797
Singer's a good guy gone Bard. WORDS MURRAY SCOUGALL Newton Faulkner Big Burns Supper, Jan 25, Dumfries 1048
sir KENNY ON... 194
Speculation grows over North American base for couple as move sparks mixed reaction. 220
Star Lewis tops Brit nominees. 252
Staying in Bake of the week. Recipe 202
Stendel has made his mark - but is he the right man for Hearts? BEHIND THE HEADLINES. Stewart DaNNY 565
STORY BEHIND THE SONG. 104
Subs bring late surge as Watson secures a point; LEAGUE 1. 490
Succession's success has given Brian Cox an awful lot of cauliflower earfuls; Scotland's Mr Showbiz drops us a postcard from Hollywood. ROSS KING 492
Suddenly, after I lost my husband, all sorts of military personnel got in touch with me. ruth GrovEr ANTI-FRAUD CAMPAIGNER 511
Sultan of Oman, Middle East's longest-reigning monarch, dies at 79. Obituary 269
Sultan of Oman, Middle East's longest-reigning monarch, dies at 79. Obituary 249
SUZUKI DEFENDS HER WORLD TITLE; bdo darts. 162
Take a shine to the make-up that highlights the best of you. As told to Alice Hinds 418
THE big Talks. THE big issues; A number of issues must be thrashed out between the couple and the Palace. 246
The cruellest sea: Flickering their lifeboat. Five years later, footage captures crew racing to seven would die in awful tragedy; A forgotten film of local heroes inspires musical salute to rescuers saving lives around Scotland's coasts. Murray Scougall mscougall@sundaypost.com 855
The current Old Firm title race iferocious as it was 20 years ago - nt is not quite as ocious - not yet, anyway! SAYS ALAN STUBBS By Mark Guidi SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 1369
The fires are the wake-up call but will we hear it in time? judymurray 197
The Greatest Dancer; SHOWBIZ. 115
The internet's Wild West needs a new sheriff. The bad guys are winning. 497
THE PROTECTION. 122
THE SCOTS MAGAZINE. 171
THE SURGERY. 119
the world is safer than it was 10 days ago, thanks to the peacemaker president. Donald MacLeod FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER @MacLeod 522
THEATRE. 240
this week. 226
This weekend. 239
Today Top Brass Radio 2, [...]. Concert review 247
Top survivor accolade as miracle cat claws back. 214
TOP10. 194
Treat yourself to... 316
TV's Vera, a feminist icon for the '20s? You'd better believe it; EDITOR'S LETTER. Editorial 270
Two-goal Rashford praised by Solskjaer; MANCHESTER united 4 Rashford (27, pen 52), Martial (54), Greenwood (76) NORWICH City 0. Andy Hampson sport@sundaypost.com 537
US rebuffs move to bring death crash suspect back to UK. Russell Blackstock rblackstock@sundaypost.com 231
US tried but failed to kill second top Iran leader. 171
Vaccine's dramatic success. 223
Warriors battle but their Champions Cup hopes die as Chiefs grab share. David Kelso SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 697
Watchdog to issue guidance to mobile firms to ease the suffering of rape victims; Crackdown after survivors billed for phones held as evidence. Billy Briggs news@sundaypost.com 521
We are bored of this right royal carry-on; Yourview PS25 star letter. 528
We have chosen to make [...]. 206
We step in to untangle web woes. 261
When he speaks the world listens: Tom Hunter on broadcaster's clarion call to protect the planet; David Attenborough to address philanthropist's foundation. Sally McDonald smcdonald@sundaypost.com 427
Wildfires merge into a massive inferno. 183
William Shatner; Life according to... Star Trek's Captain Kirk on the mysteries of life and death and finding enlightenment on the loo. WORDS MURRAY SCOUGALL 450
Wizard to re-discover his Masters mojo? snooker. neil goulding SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 567
Wizard to re-discover his Masters mojo? world of sport snooker. neil goulding SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 567
Wood is ready to return to the big time for England; FOCUS ON CRICKET. Rory Dollard SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 658
Wood puts his name into the hat; cricket. Rory Dollard SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 310
Wood puts his name into the hat; cricket. Rory Dollard SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 454
Writer behind some of Scotland's most famous comedy sketches is remembered in a collection of his hilarious columns; A RAMMY ATTRA RAFFLE. 624
You might think I'd struggle [...]. Phil Luckett 167

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