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Articles from The Sunday Post (Aberdeen,Scotland) (June 7, 2020)

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'Ant & Dec' meeting birth of free-scoring led to the McGinn; THE BIG INTERVIEW Villa star crowned International Player of the Year for 2020. Brian Fowlie sport@sundaypost.com 1077
'Ant & Dec' meeting led to the birth of free-scoring McGinn. Brian Fowlie sport@sundaypost.com 1077
- Leigha Collins yesterday My baby cries all the time and can't sleep because he doesn't understand what is happening. To be honest, neither can I. Marion Scott CHIEF REPORTER 790
70 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK. 578
A mother and newborn baby enjoy later both would begin a desperate their first cuddle but seconds battle for survival... they won; CORONAVIRUS CRISIS Mum reveals how she and her newborn baby survived a harrowing fight for life and how NHS delivered a Covid miracle. Marion Scott CHIEF REPORTER 1797
A PATIENT'S STORY. 600
A Zoom with a view? Flower shows get the virtual treatment; As we are all about to get beautiful gardens Zoomed into our homes, Agnes Stevenson has been treating her friends to some floral triumphs online. 463
After years as a pop star I finally found a little freedom; As lockdown puts her tour on hold, the singer-songwriter talks cycling, art...and her hopes of being a gran. WORDS STEVIE GALLACHER 1262
Agents: Plans People are still planning for holidays. 301
Aim Skye-high for a stellar home and B&B. AS TOLD TO SALLY McDONALD 629
angling. 175
As Dunkirk is remembered, why the pipes will play again for the heroes of St Valery; HAILING HEROES Pipers from around the world prepare to honour the Highland troops left behind to fight ferocious battle after Dunkirk evacuation. 1013
As your veggies start to grow just remember to give pesky slugs their marching orders; View from the Vegetable Patch. 414
Away from the crashing and swirling of the swell, I could see five figures bobbing in front of me. My stomach lurched, one of them was drifting to the lifeboat's bow, while another was dangerously close to its propellers... Laura Smith lasmith@sundaypost.com 868
Back chat; What the celebs are talking about this week. 309
Big plans for the farm where Rabbie invented the love song; Songwriting centre aimed at bolstering legacy of the Bard. Paul English news@sundaypost.com 674
Bigger benches would have changed the weekend when Dickie Davies broke my heart. DON'T MISS THE PEOPLE'S PUNDIT EVERY WEEK AlanBrazil 734
Billionaire sheikh gets PS80,000 grant for Highland estate; Politician questions cash for landowner. Mark Aitken maitken@sundaypost.com 586
Box set Binge. 263
Celebrities unite to speak with one voice to condemn endemic racism in the US; Scotland's Mr Showbiz drops us a postcard from Hollywood. 487
Charlton's filly is in the perfect shape. Reg Moore sport@sundaypost.com 279
Charlton's filly is in the perfect shape; FOCUS on RACING. Reg Moore sport@sundaypost.com 279
Consultant: Scots have protected NHS but now need to let NHS protect them. Jessie Wilson news@sundaypost.com 363
CONSUMER FASHION. 188
Demand shoots up for allotments as Scots plan roots out of lockdown; Surge in demand for camping equipment and allotments as we look to the great outdoors to escape tedium of lockdown THE GREAT OUTDOORS. Krissy Storrar kstorrar@sundaypost.com 614
Demand shoots up for allotments as Scots plan roots out of lockdown; THE GREAT OUTDOORS. Krissy Storrar kstorrar@sundaypost.com 614
Doctor's chance encounter with brave footballers on African frican beach inspires fundraising campaign. Murray Scougall mscougall@sundaypost.com 320
Don't be browbeaten: Four simple steps to having luscious eyebrows; Beauty Boss. As told to Tracey Bryce 446
Drifter's long criminal history of burglary, drugs and sex attacks. 342
Em@il Jury; As we welcome back our Email Jury, we ask what's cheered them up during lockdown. 215
End of locking down could mean start of splitting up. 386
Extracts. 456
FAMOUS RUNAWAYS. 211
Fast food fixes? Queues at all want to feel normal but ikea? We it isn't time. JudyMurray 544
Financial support helping companies adapt and innovate. 490
Food that's happy, fast ...and joyful; On my plate. WORDS ALICE HINDS 726
Francis gay my week; There's beauty all around, even on back of a banknote. 645
Free your Mind the in; Rid yourself of stress by using mindfulness to pause and focus on the here and now. WORDS ALICE HINDS 576
French kill al Qaida leader in Africa. 196
Gerry's nervous wait for Scotland Euro triumph. Brian Fowlie sport@sundaypost.com 671
Gers swoop to sign foxes starlet bassey. Brian Fowlie sport@sundaypost.com 362
Gpaarrdteyn; Whether you're having a barbecue or a sunset cocktail soiree, socially-distanced al fresco gatherings can be as stylish as you like. 396
Hair today, gone tomorrow; magnificent mops IF LOCKDOWN LOCKS ARE GETTING YOU DOWN ... 343
Hamish the polar bear leaves home. 245
Hidden threats for the Old Firm when football returns. Ewing Grahame sport@sundaypost.com 546
Historians fear chance to learn will be lost if First Minister received no written briefings. Krissy Storrar kstorrar@sundaypost.com 520
Historians fear chance to learn will be lost if First Minister received no written briefings; historians' fear. Krissy Storrar kstorrar@sundaypost.com 520
hitman will fly away with Celtic. 258
Holiday firms face sanctions over delays to coronavirus repayments. 758
Honest Truth; Where golden eagles are daring to majestically rule the skies again. 625
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 602
How do I get rid [...]; 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 310
I haven't hugged my family since I came out of intensive care. 414
Images of the week ek. 219
It's Sofia, so good for Graham and he wants a Saints repeat. Mark Guidi sport@sundaypost.com 656
It's Sofia, so good for Graham and he wants a Saints repeat; EXCLUSIVE. Mark Guidi sport@sundaypost.com 657
It's time Gatland took Scottish Lions seriously. ON RUGBY DAVID Sole 454
James Anderson deserves to hand over every SPFL trophy at the end of season 2020-21. 805
June 7, 1975. 238
Leading scientist calls for urgent inquiry so lessons can be lear y learned before a second wave hits. 471
Leading scientist calls for urgent inquiry so lessons y can be learned before a second wave hits. 471
Leitch is a fan of the possible use of Murrayfield; news. Brian Fowlie sport@sundaypost.com 489
Leitch is a fan of the possible use of Murrayfield; news. Brian Fowlie sport@sundaypost.com 373
Lennon admits not bring same as when taking next season will levels of scrutiny Brendan's mantle. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 813
Lennon is hopeful his PS30m-rated m- hitman will fly away with Celtic. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 541
Lennon is hopeful his PS30m-rated. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 294
Live music is the beating heart of Scotland and my industry needs help to ensure the beat goes on; opinion. Donald MacLeod D M THERE'S ONLY ONE 543
Lockdown hits a third in pocket. 187
Long and winding road. 202
Madeleine's parents still hope she will be found alive. 171
Meet the Author; Louise Candlish The Other Passenger, Simon & Schuster, PS14.99. 569
Michaela may destroy you - but there's sure to be a few laughs, too. WORDS STEVIE GALLACHER 450
Mission: Possible to restart filming; Scene from Mission: Impossible - Fallout. 179
New name a symbol of Prince's frustration; June 7, 1993. Tracey Bryce trbryce@sundaypost.com 570
Not love but no hate for lockdown; PS25 STAR LETTER. 481
Now is not the time to start experimenting, says County chief Roy. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 660
Now is not the time to start experimenting, says County chief Roy. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 775
O'Neill: If Gerrard is to stop the Hoops, he will need to get better players. Alison McConnell sport@sundaypost.com 699
Opponents: Failure to unblock hospital beds led to care home disaster. Peter Swindon and Marion Scott news@sundaypost.com 721
Opponents: Ministers' failures to unblock beds led to care home disaster. Peter Swindon and Marion Scott news@sundaypost.com 695
Organisers urge protesters to stay safe at anti-racism rallies. Craig McDonald cmcdonald@sundaypost.com 454
Organisers urge protesters to stay safe at anti-racism rallies; Thousand joining Black Lives Matter protests told to keep their distance. Craig McDonald cmcdonald@sundaypost.com 446
Our Guilty secret: Star of hit drama rcapital thriller will be tar reveals acclaimed coming back for a second series. Murray Scougall mscougall@sundaypost.com 934
Penny: I hit the menopause in lockdown and worried it was coronavirus. Krissy Storrar kstorrar@sundaypost.com 287
Picpkoodf cthaests. 432
Pinatubo falls flat as Balding's Kameko takes 2000 Guineas honours. 169
Pinatubo flops as Kameko secures the 2000 Guineas. 169
Pitch perfect for camping shops holiday under canvas when the as Scots get ready to as wilderness opens. Tracey Bryce trbryce@sundaypost.com 664
Pitch perfect for camping shops holiday under canvas when the as Scots get ready to wilderness opens. Tracey Bryce trbryce@sundaypost.com 664
Police probing Maddie suspect reopen inquiries into three more unsolved cases; Madeleine McCann Inquiry Suspect probed over disappearances and murder. Krissy Storrar kstorrar@sundaypost.com 621
Police probing Maddie suspect reopen inquiries into two more disappearances; Madeleine McCann Inquiry Suspect now linked to boy missing on Algarve. Krissy Storrar kstorrar@sundaypost.com 417
Protecting jobs and keeping firms afloat. 269
Quick bite. 171
Refusal to put it in writing is either incompetence. Or something worse. 484
Replies The Doc; Our expert answers your medical questions. 389
Risks of right trees in wrong place revealed: Experts warn planting more native Scottish woodland might risk rarest birds. toby McDonald news@sundaypost.com 652
Roadblocks fail to halt day-tripper exodus. 282
Roadblocks fail to halt exodus of day-trippers. 282
Rufus Wainwright; Life according to... The singer-songwriter discusses his return to pop, a new album, lockdown, going French, and his musical education in Scotland. WORDS MURRAY SCOUGALL 589
Rulebook to be ripped up. 286
SANDRA'S StoRy. 334
Scots game could learn from Oz over realising philanthropic donations; exclusive. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 690
Scottish Labour rejects Indyref2. 184
Shot aid worker's husband dies at 89. 207
Something old, something new, something small and something socially distant? Experts on why runaway brides and grooms are rushing to elope; Couples downsize wedding plans as experts reveal intimate elopement ceremonies are the new trend for nuptials in 2020. Stevie Gallacher sgallacher@sundaypost.com 854
SOUND AND VISION; RISING STAR ON HER FAVOURITE THINGS. 857
Stevie on the TV; The force isn't so strong with Steve's space satire. 371
Super fast pizza; Makes: 2 Cooking time: 20-28 mins. 399
tennis. 284
Thank you for saving my life after I got Covid for saving my life twice after that Thank you Thank you most of all, for saving my little girl; miracle mum hails nHs heroes after winning fight for life. marion scott Chief reporter 152
The big QUESTIONS. 280
The fast-living womaniser who hid dark past as a serial sex attacker. 342
THE RESCUER FROM THE BOOK; Within minutes of reaching the stricken Ocean Way, Darren Harcus realised it was sinking. After telling the crew to prepare to abandon ship, the men jumped... 621
The schoolgirl with a dragon tattoo? Rising star is a class act as she joins best-selling teen agent hitting the small screen; Actress on why she relishes breaking into boys' school after joining globe-trotting cast as popular Alex Rider novels are adapted for TV. Murray Scougall mscougall@sundaypost.com 612
THE SURVIVOR. 352
The tune is beautiful and haunting...and easy to learn. ALASTAIR CAMPBELL 404
There is a lot we can learn from these golden girls; EDITOR'S LETTER. Editorial 312
There was zero stress on the day. We were able to concentrate on each other; a COUPLE'S STORY. 371
This is still my country but it needs to change; THE MAKAR'S CHOICE Our national poet Jackie Kay has picked a favourite verse each week through lockdown. Today, as Black Lives Matter protests are staged in Scotland and around the world, we asked her to introduce one of her own. JACKIE KAY 396
This is still my country but it needs to change; THE MAKAR'S CHOICE. JACKIE KAY 433
THIS WEEK. 253
THIS WEEKEND. 223
To Victor the spoils as he gets ready to tee off again. Adam Lanigan sport@sundaypost.com 695
Today Spitfire: The People's Plane [...]. 253
TOP10. 194
Travel agents: People are still planning for holidays. 301
Treat yourself to... Summer has officially begun, and while sunshine is never guaranteed in Scotland, we can look forward to longer days, lazy weekends and al fresco feasts. 218
Vacuum cleaner bag is best DIY mask. 196
We didn't know about Dunkirk. No one told us; A SOLDIER'S STORY. 434
We learn the comfort of a hug as babies and physical Touching contact helps us feel better for the rest of our lives moment; Experts reveal the therapeutic comfort of touching others as doctors warn a solitary lockdown could impact on mental health. Alice Hinds ahinds@sundaypost.com 961
Winning an argument is when both sides come away from it with a better understanding; Maggie Listens. 636
writeremember to. WORDS PATSY COLLINS 2039

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