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Articles from The Sunday Post (Aberdeen,Scotland) (June 21, 2020)

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'We were able to diversify while remaining solvent'. 412
- Newly qualified teacher Erin McCauley We want to teach but are being told we can't; THE TEACHERS. 347
35 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK; A look back at how The Sunday Post reported the world through the years. This week: June 23, 1985. Racism concerns in Scottish schools, a hijacking drama and Tories attempt to cut tax and win back disillusioned voters. 548
50 years on from the greatest team in football history. 509
A bridge of size: 50 years on, experts reveal how landmark crossing has transformed Scotland's biggest city; Fit for a Kingston City's grand span celebrated on 50th anniversary. Ross Crae rcrae@sundaypost.com 768
A little extra care now will keep your extra sweet, extra tough sweetcorn in tip-top form; View from the Vegetable Patch. 399
A night in the Hacienda, and the late-night bus home. Then Bobby Charlton compared Pat to Stan Matthews and Tom Finney; THE BIG INTERVIEW Nevin knows what it's like to become an instant hit at Chelsea, like Billy Gilmour EXCLUSIVE. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 1295
A positive test was always going to happen. 336
A positive test was always going to happen. 349
A quarter of parents go hungry so their children can eat instead. 175
A Saintly feeling for Roger at Redcar. Reg Moore sport@sundaypost.com 165
A virtual pub? I'll drink to that. 180
Air passenger: Lack of protection in the UK was a shock. 255
Alan's goal won a trophy for the Buddies in Brazil. Brian Fowlie sport@sundaypost.com 588
All I heard was who does she think she is? 151
angling. 232
Angry Gunners lose out to dramatic late clincher; BRIGHTON 2 Dunk (75), Maupay (90). ARSENAL 1 Pepe (68). Brian Fowlie sport@sundaypost.com 547
Another time, another terrifying health crisis; Stevie on the TV. 370
At school, my hair was set on fire but racism is learned. It can be unlearned - Madeleine Joseph; BLACK LIVES MATTER University criticised for honouring engineer despite his links te to slavery as campaigners call for change in syllabus to combat racism. Laura Smith lasmith@sundaypost.com 890
Back chat; What the celebs are talking about this week. 320
Bernard: Fearless, aggressive Richi will only get better. Carl Markham sport@sundaypost.com 428
Beware the Covid con men. 254
Books. 318
Boyd believes that if Morelos is sold, Rangers will have to find the WOW factor; who'll get the light blues' goals? exclusive Ibrox scoring legend can see there is a se striker conundrum ahead for Steven Gerrard. Mark Guidi sport@sundaypost.com 1040
Celts set to appoint former boss elts Strachan's son to coaching role; round-up. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 685
Challenges ahead as Pro14 sets out its timescale for return; ON RUGBY. DAVID Sole 468
Challenges ahead as Pro14 sets out its timescale for return; opinion ON RUGBY. DAVID Sole 468
Challenges ahead as Pro14 sets out its timescale for return; opinion. ON RUGBY DAVID Sole 470
Champagne, pints with fans, a game of darts - then I scored the winner; don't miss the people's pundit every week. Alan Brazil 847
Children from our poorer postcodes will suffer most. That is a dreadful loss of potential. ANGELA GLASSFORD FORMER HEAD TEACHER 476
Children from our poorer postcodes will suffer most. That is a dreadful loss of potential. ANGELA GLASSFORD FORMER HEAD TEACHER 408
Chocolate Lovers. WORDS JULIA DOUGLAS 2642
Clear the heads of this mob of bigots? You would need a big skip and a few vats of Dettol. Donald MacLeod D M THERE'S ONLY ONE 536
Covid has cost us so much but cannot cost our children's hopes and dreams; view. 474
de we forgot the ball and During some of the derbies I played in, got just got tore right in! The legend WRITES for you. SIR Kenny Dalglish 876
DNA destroyed in Maddie-link rape inquiry. Gerard Couzens news@sundaypost.com 237
Doctor Feelgood: The nutritionist putting fun back into family meals; On my plate. WORDS MURRAY SCOUGALL 756
Em@iljury; In honour of Father's Day, what's the best advice your dad gave you growing up? 226
Ex-rector: University must reconsider Watt tribute. Craig McDonald cmcdonald@sundaypost.com 557
Ex-world champion is still up for a fight; Boxing. Jim Black sport@sundaypost.com 445
Failing the screen time test during lockdown harms us all; Doctors warn of rise in health issues. WORDS TRACEY BRYCE 872
Father's Day footie in the Line of Duty. 195
Ferry firm told to apologise. Peter Swindon pswindon@sundaypost.com 200
Fin is worried about online learning. He hasn't seen or heard a teacher since March; THE PARENTS. Worried mum Sarah Chisnall 330
First at the bar: Leading lawyers reveal favourite fictional briefs; Court stars make the case for a dramatic inspiration as TV legend returns. 288
Five-a-day along with lots of sleep is Burke's way ahead. Alison McConnell sport@sundaypost.com 477
Footballer's battle over school meals proves Michelle right real change needs real people. sundaypost.com Judy Murray 465
Former FM: Only urgency, creativity and leadership will reopen our schools; THE CALL TO ACTION. Mark Aitken maitken@sundaypost.com 480
Former team-mate Weir's words of warning for new Saints gaffer Davidson; focus on mcdiarmid park. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 532
Foxes should have won it, says Rodgers. 395
Frantic ending scuppers full recovery for Brendan; WATFORD 1 Dawson (90 + 3) LEICESTER CITY 1 Chilwell (90). Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 646
Frantic ending scuppers full recovery for Rodgers; WATFORD 1 Dawson (90 + 3) LEICESTER CITY 1 Chilwell (90). Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 605
From Posts to Post: How the world is stepping out of lockdown. Letter to the editor 228
From Posts to Post: How the world is stepping out of lockdown; CORONAVIRUS CRISIS Reporters on the frontline around the world. Letter to the editor 1142
Grounds for success: Coffee beans are a brilliant brew-ty treatment; Beauty Boss Wake up and smell the skincare with coffee expert Casey Spencer's tips on boosting your beauty regime. As told to Alice Hinds 443
He never prosecutes. Neither do I. THOMAS ROSS on Horace Rumpole 289
Here comes tshuen; Be ready for the heatwave, and stay stylish in breathable cotton and linen. It's all about nailing relaxed style. 467
Higgins admires Judd - but Willie was best in the room. EXCLUSIVE By Neil Goulding sport@sundaypost.com 673
Higgins admires Judd - but Willie was best in the room. EXCLUSIVE By Neil Goulding sport@sundaypost.com 643
Hippy hubby? Just grab the clippers and give him a short back and sides. Needs must; 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. 590
Hoops will appoint former boss oops Strachan's son to coaching role. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 680
How do I care for [...]; 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 243
How financial support is helping firms adapt; Thousands of companies have been taking advantage of an unprecedented package of UK Government support to protect jobs and support businesses during the coronavirus outbreak. The financial support is helping firms across the nation to adapt, innovate and protect jobs. Here are two examples of how companies have been helped, and what support is available. 561
How to get the right kind of answer? A good question; Francis Gay My week. 637
I'm not quite as fuddy-duddy as Mrs Hughes...I would flour bomb Miss World, too! Downton Abbey star on a sequel, feminism protests, the struggle facing theatres, and her love of animals. WORDS MURRAY SCOUGALL 1274
In this car park, I thee wed: How couple rushed to tie the knot as lockdown loomed. Janet Boyle jboyle@sundaypost.com 445
Injustice then, justice now: apology to the thousands of Mounting calls for a pardon and women killed in Scots witch hunts; INNOCENT VICTIMS hounded, tortured and executed bed by superstitious mobs are remembered by campaigners. Maggie Ritchie news@sundaypost.com 865
iPhone row has appy ending. 260
John Legend. WORDS MURRAY SCOUGALL 505
Judy Murray: Lockdown risk to fight for equality; Influential leaders join forces to warn pandemic discriminates against women. Mark Aitken maitken@sundaypost.com 230
June 23, 1868. 208
Klopp's back in the saddle as Liverpool sprint for the line. Carl Markham sport@sundaypost.com 619
KT dropped and has to wait for his chance as sub; BRIGHTON 2 Dunk (75), Maupay (90). ARSENAL 1 Pepe (68). Brian Fowliesport@sundaypost.com 545
Labour: Minister must now reveal two-metre advice. Mark Aitken POLITICAL EDITOR 383
Labour: Minister must now reveal two-metre advice. Mark Aitken maitken@sundaypost.com 388
Lawyer rates rebels' chances of success as no better than 50/50. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 678
LILIAS ADIE; INNOCENT VICTIMS. 210
LIVES THAT MATTER; here are just four lives which could feature in the history taught in scotland's classrooms. 268
Livi coaches pay the price of the Covid-19 crisis. Brian Fowlie sport@sundaypost.com 328
Look who's talking... Jodie gives a heads up on silent Albert Square. WORDS STEVIE GALLACHER 458
Mac's late equaliser is so painful for boss Neil; lUton town 1 McManaman (87) pReston ne 1 Sinclair (52). Mike Simmonds sport@sundaypost.com 432
Meet the Author; Jane Gordon How Not To Get Old, Trapeze, PS16.99. 510
Mersey beats Scotland's; Focus on 'friendly' derby's Tartan hits. 476
Ministers ditch digital contact tracing system. Peter Swindon pswindon@sundaypost.com 319
Mission: Not accomplished. But we seem to be on the right road; EDITOR'S LETTER. Editorial 285
Money for business and staff. 242
Moyes annoyed as his Hammers are e fed to the Wolves; West Ham uNited 0 Wolves 2 Jiminez (73), Neto (84). 504
Murray: Give women level playing field during C-19; Post columnist demands action to end sex discrimination during pandemic. Mark Aitken maitken@sundaypost.com 227
My boxset dilemma of lockdown; PS25 STAR LETTER. 508
Naomi: Removing statue was inspiring. 263
NET LOSS; Fishing tradition now gone. Sally McDonald smcdonald@sundaypost.com Financial report 633
New chapter as annuals finally graduate to the great outdoors; While puzzling over a hedge on a slippery slope, Agnes Stevenson turns her attentions to the plants destined to turn her borders into a blaze of colour. 522
No slacking! Lampard orders Blues to turn n it on for the sofa-based fans. Nick Purewal SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 586
Okay, so Plan A for schools was really Plan B but Plan B was not really a plan at all. Mandy Rhodes INSIDE HOLYROOD 549
On the front row in the back green: Star makes sure the show must go on...in his garden. Paul English news@sundaypost.com 1174
OnDemand. 202
Our ancestors' blood and sweat helped build the UK economy. That should be acknowledged. 448
Perfect by design: newborn twins Pioneering scientists save from cruel genetic disease; parents' joy as experts halt spread of illness. Janet Boyle jboyle@sundaypost.com 965
Picpkoodf cthaests. 450
PM accused of dodging scrutiny over failure to publish Russia report. 199
Power plants: The folklore behind some of Scotland's fabulous flora. 674
Presenter: All I have ever heard was who does she think she is? Influential leaders join forces to warn pandemic discriminates against women. 151
President fails to halt explosive memoir. 191
Private schools prepare to pile pressure on ministers reopen fully in August to deliver more classrooms. Peter Swindon pswindon@sundaypost.com 1266
Private schools prepare to pile pressure on ministers reopen fully in August to deliver more classrooms; Fee-paying pupils getNational CurriculumEmergency back to class amid mounting calls for urgent action to reopen state schools. Peter Swindon pswindon@sundaypost.com 1260
Quick bite. Recipe 213
Rape case victim's three-year legal bill. 214
Rashford inspires Justin Edinburgh's son in defibrillator quest. 446
Recipe; Potato and green bean salad with olive caper dressing. Recipe 203
Replies The Doc; Our expert answers your medical questions. 392
Report says ET did not go home...he was never really here in first place. Laura smith lasmith@sundaypost.com Report 537
Retired - not me! Buddies skipper Sam battles on. Ewing Grahame sport@sundaypost.com 393
Scott is happy to put his family before fairways. EXCLUSIVE By Adam Lanigan sport@sundaypost.com 620
Scott is happy to put his family before fairways; FOCUS ON GOLF EXCLUSIVE. Adam Lanigan sport@sundaypost.com 618
Shaw happy Pogba's back in United action. 372
Smith declares Villa will hit goal trail again. Nick Mashiter SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 361
South China Morning Post. 230
south pacific. 186
stage star: I'll work to save the world. 212
Sunnier times ahead. 160
sweden. 188
Teenage star Sibley's treble tames Lions. 449
THE BIG QUESTIONS. 296
THE BIG QUESTIONS; My boxset dilemma of lockdown. 807
The joys of coming back home. 222
there is still a chance for gattuso to make more Ibrox memories; EXCLUSIVE. Danny Stewart & Massimiliano Vitelli sport@sundaypost.com 714
THIS WEEK. 246
THIS WEEKEND. 239
Three children die and mum is critical after fire engulfs their flat; Police investigate as neighbours pay tribute to lost youngsters. Marion Scott and Craig McDonald news@sundaypost.com 875
Three children die and mum is critical after fire engulfs their flat; Police investigate as neighbours pay tribute to lost youngsters. Marion Scott and Craig McDonald news@sundaypost.com 893
Today Elaine Paige Radio 2, [...]. 249
TOP10. 202
Travel firm sails to the rescue to save disappointed couple from northern exposure on Alaskan cruise. 551
Treat yourself to... Another week of lockdown means another excuse to indulge in a little online retail therapy. Has your postie become your best pal? Us, too. 250
Tributes to teenager after river tragedy. 210
Trump's bid to ban tell-all book fails. 191
Tyrrell in the driving seat for a second title. 292
usa. 169
Van Gogh thieves tout stolen artwork. 204
Victorian home was artist's blank canvas. WORDS MURRAY SCOUGALL 597
Villa boss picks out McGinn for special praise. Nick Mashiter SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 361
We're very different but I love to watch her succeed. SAFEENA RASHID on Jessica Pearson 273
We're very different but I love to watch her succeed. SAFEENA RASHID on Jessica Pearson 275
west bRom 0 BIRMINGHAM city 0. 244
WHAT CAN BE DONE. Mark Aitken maitken@sundaypost.com 418
WHAT COULD BE DONE. Mark Aitken maitken@sundaypost.com 419
Why have Hearts waited until now to pursue court action? 412
Wilder to look back on reign of King Kev. 459
Winnie rates old side's chance of legal success at no better than 50:50; a game at war. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 678
World-leading mesh surgeon pulls out of proposed Scots trip claiming ministers and medical advisers are wasting his time; Doctor will not visit Scotland despite First Minister's pledge. Marion Scott CHIEF REPORTER 766
You can learn a lot from Vinny. CLAIRE MITCHELL on Vincent Gambini 369
Zooming for a bruising... internet catch-ups with old pals are a lot of fun and games; Scotland's Mr Showbiz drops us a postcard from Hollywood. 704

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