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Articles from The Sunday Post (Aberdeen,Scotland) (June 28, 2020)

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100 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK; A look back at how The Sunday Post reported the news through the years. This week: June 13, 1920. Mystery surrounds a brutal murder, an Army officer walks free, a killer disease spreads and a president-to-be on the rise. 532
180 Scots jobs go at aero plant. Ged Henderson news@sundaypost.com 238
1955 frozen in time. 181
A bumper batch of truffle oil during lockdownjust what the Dr Quinn ordered. 507
A noodle dish with oodles and oodles of flavour; Quick bite Japanese kimchi udon noodles. Recipe 158
A simple hug can send the most wonderful message; Francis gay my week. 636
Actress tells stars: Don't rely on looks. 197
Andy can take some positives; tennis. 387
Andy's title win also made history for the oldest club north of the border. Craig Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 432
angling. 225
As lockdown restrictions ease I find myself having to choose between my grandchildren; 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. 593
aston villa 0 wolves 1 [...]; Premier League. Brian Fowlie SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 369
Back chat; What the celebs are talking about this week. 320
Be on your toes and take these simple steps to be a sole survivor. Tracey Bryce 410
Big changes in store as Scotland's High Street reopens for business with safety not sales top for the shops. alice Hinds ahinds@sundaypost.com 792
Brosnan's licence to save 007 co-star. 258
Bruce has belief that Toon can beat City y and end 75 years of hurt. Damian Spellman sport@sundaypost.com 637
Chicago, Rio, Berlin and Around the world in 18 back home: marathons. WORDS LAURA SMITH 750
City's hidden gems detailed for staycation days out. 177
Comic's plan for drive-in shows. 196
Comic: Big laughs at drive-in stand-up. 201
Constantine Susannah; Life according to... The TV fashion guru turned novelist talks midlife crisis, Strictly and finding herself. WORDS MURRAY SCOUGALL 476
Councils back teachers calling for more time to get ready for a return to class. Russell Blackstock rblackstock@sundaypost.com 521
Councils back teachers calling for more time to get ready for a return to class; Heads say more time is needed to reopen CORONAVIRUS CRISIS. 515
Craig starred in Finland via Gibraltar and Lincoln. Brian Fowlie sport@sundaypost.com 643
Dixon: Someone needs to have a word rd with petulant Guendouzi. Mark Mann-Bryans SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 654
Doncaster back in the firing line and ping poignant Old Firm clash is planned. Brian Fowlie & Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 645
Dramatic returns a priority for TV executive plotting Scots resurgence; Leading producer says Scotland needs a new Taggart to secure jobs. Murray Scougall mscougall@sundaypost.com 893
Em@iljury; As Covid restrictions ease would you be happy to fly off on holiday this summer? 218
Energy providers warned; CONSUMER news. 228
Facebook to act on political claims. 177
Fairy can reign for Haggas. Reg Moore sport@sundaypost.com 193
Gerrard admits he can't keep Morelos at Ibrox if the buyer's price is right. Brian Fowlie sport@sundaypost.com 792
Gerrard admits he can't keep Morelos at Ibrox if the buyer's price is right; RANGERS LATEST. Brian Fowlie sport@sundaypost.com 792
Get off the couch and on the road. 201
Good news for frantic gardeners and peckish blackbirds is really bad news for Spanish slugs. Krissy Storrar kstorrar@sundaypost.com 389
Grimshaw aims to take a leaf out of Tavernier's book after lockdown; motherwell latest. Ewing Grahame sport@sundaypost.com 518
Happy 50th, Doddie - I'll be raising my glass to you; FOCUS ON rUgby. ON RUGBY DAVID sole 489
Historic home gets lottery bail-out. 214
Hotel sources: The knifeman snapped after being isolated with Covid and told he could not go home. Peter Swindon pswindon@sundaypost.com 938
Hotel sources: The knifeman snapped after being isolated with Covid and told he could not go home. Peter Swindon pswindon@sundaypost.com 938
How else would you cel30-year drought than witlebrate the end of a th a bottle of Irn-Bru? 879
How military knowledge helps the public. 271
How to wear kaftans. 196
I wandered around our new PS500k home pinching myself; THE WINNERS. 234
I'm thinking, how good it would be... to see bands back on stage; EDITOR'S LETTER. Editorial 299
If people want to enjoy the new normal, people had better stick to the new rules. 464
Innovation helping turn tide on uncertain times. 488
It has been a pleasure to care for Hannah; THE SURGEONS. 255
Jack knows it's good to talk with Goodwin. Brian Fowlie sport@sundaypost.com 412
Jailed for life but serial rapist wins parole hearing after five years; Sadistic attacker's first victim condemns early freedom bid. Marion Scott CHIEF REPORTER 686
JamesWatt'sfamily: Removing his tainted by slavery only airbrushes statues because his legacy is the past.We must learn from it. Krissy Storrar kstorrar@sundaypost.com 828
Jocky understands why Robbie has gone back to Hearts. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 673
june 30, 1985. 235
Kamberi returns to Rangers in time for Europe. EXCLUSIVE By Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 431
Kamberi returns to Rangers in time for Europe; EXCLUSIVE. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 429
Letter, First Minister? What letter? Mesh surgeon disputes Nicola Sturgeon's claim of contract offer. Marion Scott Chief reporter 451
Lorraine's busy career. 216
Mackay could give up PS100K to be the next United boss. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 510
Mackay could give up PS100K to be the next United boss; EXCLUSIVE. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 510
Many are already traumatised now lockdown has taken an awful toll on mental health. ROBINA QURESHI 459
Many are already traumatised now lockdown has taken an awful toll on mental health. ROBINA QURESHI CAMPAIGNER FOR REFUGEES 436
Meet the Author. 592
Ministers must get used to the view, rocks on one side and hard places on the other. 542
Monkey business as zoo reopens. Tracey Bryce trbryce@sundaypost.com 331
MP demands talks as firm with PS1bn asylum contract faces new scrutiny. Peter Swindon pswindon@sundaypost.com 405
Murder charges over park attack. 208
My tickety blues s; Old ticket stubs are a reminder of teenage kicks but will we ever again spend Saturday night at the movies? Tickets to the past inspire thoughts of the future and how big screens will survivve. Paul English news@sundaypost.com 813
No lamps and no golden doors for asylum seekers in Scotland. 534
On August 1, Scottish football has to show that Black Lives Matter; THE BIG INTERVIEW Former Rangers striker Rod Wallace insists our game must follow the world's lead over racism EXCLUSIVE. Mark Guidi sport@sundaypost.com 1333
on the radio sevend's. 245
OnDemand. 223
Peonies play a waiting game but neighbours are a budding success. 508
People have died who should not have died. BRUCE SHIELDS SOLICITOR ADVOCATE 404
Perry reboot paints a pretty good picture. Perry Mason Sky Atlantic, Monday, 9pm 246
Picpkoodf cthaests. 456
PM's big hopes for big speech. 198
PM's big hopes for big speech. 200
PO pays up after illness forces mum to miss trip. 324
Premier League; aston villa 0 wolves 1 Dendoncker (62). Brian Fowlie sport@sundaypost.com 361
Prosecutors probe 238 Covid deaths while preparing to launch the biggest investigation in Scotland's history. Peter Swindon pswindon@sundaypost.com 1623
Proud of Andy's fairness fight. JudyMurray 462
Rachel's recipes are e simply irresistible Celebrity chef shows you how to rustle up a tasty meal with store cupboard ingredients... just don't ask her to sew anything though; On my plate. WORDS MURRAY SCOUGALL 733
Rapper, DJ or actor, there's no showbiz in Gregg's kitchen. WORDS STEVIE GALLACHER 438
Recipe. Recipe 192
Reds' title party left Greg feeling more than a little bit green; celtic latest. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 671
Replies The Doc; Our expert answers your medical questions. 380
REVEALED Prosecutors probe 238 Covid deaths while preparing to launch the biggest investigation in Scotland's history. Peter Swindon pswindon@sundaypost.com 1621
Rival Irish parties in historic coalition. 317
Rodgers eyes up historic cup win for Foxes. 393
Russian Emperor looks set to rule the roost for O'Brien. Reg Moore sport@sundaypost.com 360
Russian Emperor looks set to rule the roost for O'Brien; epsom derby preview. Reg Moore sport@sundaypost.com 360
Saints boss Callum puts the shackles on his 'lively' assistant. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 650
Sam's glad Ryder Cup decision is not down to him. Adam Lanigan sport@sundaypost.com 733
Sam's glad Ryder Cup decision is not down to him; golf exclusive. Adam Lanigan sport@sundaypost.com 733
Schools syllabus campaigners ask for meeting with education minister; BLACK LIVES MATTER Descendant of iconic engineer on shock aonic at slavery revelations and why they may taint his achievements. Mark Aitken POLITICAL EDITOR 526
Scotland celebrates as historic Stone of Destiny returns home; Memories Looking back at what made the news in years gone by NOVEMBER 30, 1996. Murray scougall mscougall@sundaypost.com 549
Scotland is critical. Labour has to be a much stronger force and show; Shadow chancellor demands furlough scheme extension and unity in tackling Covid threat as she reveals her inspirations people we can deliver change and improve their living standards. Mark Aitken POLITICAL EDITOR 1290
Screens will be fogged, masked and distanced but cinemas will return; THE COMEBACK. 333
Sea what I did here? My kind of blue; AS TOLD TO ALISON GIBB. 580
SilverCross?We were absolutely fights to win refund for PS1,750 furious: Gran dream pram; Family's patience pushed to the limit in dispute over top-end baby stroller. 641
Simpsons ban on white actors voicing black roles. 220
So happy to see children playing Harry; PS25 STAR LETTER. 512
SPFL's Doncaster is back in the firing line as Hing Hearts and Thistle take aim. Brian Fowlie & Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 652
Support on offer to aid your business. 242
tennis? Anyone for; Wimbledon. When the strawberries and cream turned sour at SW19. 604
THE BIG QUESTIONS. 280
The bravest little gir is still full of life and est girl in Scotland: Mum reveals happy Hannah love despite more than 50 operations; Courageous seven-year-old keeps smiling through years of excruciating treatment to defy rare disorder. Sally McDonald smcdonald@sundaypost.com 1042
The first chord of the first gt gig? It will be joyous; Deacon Blue star looks forward to performing live again, looks back on her recovery from Covid, and looks with worry at its impact on culture and the arts. WORDS PAUL ENGLISH 1214
The secret millionaires: How some lottery winners never let on...even to their partners; Millionaire couple reveal how it feels to join the rich list. 673
This has been five years in the making - and Jurgen's liverpool ain't going away; Kenny on the squad. 591
THIS WEEK. 225
THIS WEEKEND. 237
Toon's 75 years of hurt, but Bruce aims to dump City. Name Surname SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 757
TOP10. 194
Treat yourself to... 304
Trouble flares as thousands of Liverpool fans celebrate win. 201
Tweed is the height of fashion, from the catwalk to the very top of Everest. 599
Two cheers as more restrictions ease but we need to watch Big Brother watching us. Donald MacLeod D M THERE'S ONLY ONE 572
United leave it late to clip the Canaries' wings; NORWICH CiTy 1 Cantwell (75) MANCHESTER UTD 2 (aet) Ighalo (51) Maguire (118). Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 626
US judge releases 124 child migrants. 197
Veterans on frontline tackling coronavirus. 689
View from the Vegetable Patch; Bountiful blooms promise a plentiful crop of courgettes ...with a little helping hand. 396
Warriors won't wilt under Wilson. David Kelso sport@sundaypost.com 358
We came to protect our lives. I fled terror and - An asylum seeker yesterday or terror came here. 246
We came to protect our lives. I fled terror and t or terror came here. 245
We fled terror there then terror found us here; ASYLUM SEEKERS DESCRIBE horror as WARNINGS REVEALED - an asylum seeker yesterday. Peter Swindon 192
We fled terror there then terror found us here; ASYLUM SEEKERS DESCRIBE horror as WARNINGS REVEALED -an asylum seeker yesterday. Peter Swindon 182
We fled terror there then terror found us here; ASYLUM SEEKERS DESCRIBE horror as WARNINGS REVEALED. Peter Swindon 182
We would drive 1200 miles for one of his smiles: Mum reveals how she hit the road to keep her baby safe. Janet Boyle jboyle@sundaypost.com 642
We would drive 1200 miles for one of his smiles: Mum reveals how she hit the road to keep her baby safe; New mum delighted at happy arrival after marathon road trips. Janet Boyle jboyle@sundaypost.com 640
We'll have to be patient and shop at a slower pace. WENDY RIGG SUNDAY POST FASHION EDITOR 290
Welcome to my potting shed! [...]. 334
Windrush victim hit by PS3,000 legal bill has yet to receive a penny in compensation; PAUL'S STORY. Janet Boyle jboyle@sundaypost.com 676

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