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Articles from The Sunday Post (Aberdeen,Scotland) (March 15, 2020)

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"my bladder control really ruined my life until I discovered the Biovit Miracle Cranberry" HEALTH & WELLBEING BLADDER CONTROL CRANBERRY HEALTH UPDATE ADVERTISEMENT. MARCUS JAMES 598
- grieving Eddie McColl I am the last of four brothers and all I want is to know where the youngest is buried? Will I never be able to grieve by his grave? Why will nuns of Smyllum not help me? Why won't they find him? NEWS SPECIAL Abuse survivor's questions for scandal-hit charity as he pleads for chance to say final goodbye to loved one. Gordon Blackstock news@sundaypost.com 1219
1960 FROZEN IN TIME. 203
35 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK; A look back at how The Sunday Post reported the world through the years. This week: March 31, 1985. Novel preparation for Himalayan climb and driving fears. 454
48 hours in Brussels. 332
A beginner's guide to caravans and motorhomes; Just bought a caravan or motorhome for the first time? Not sure about the ins and outs of touring? We asked Garry Fraser, editor of Scottish Caravans & Motorhomes, to give some tips. 407
A tonic for Gordons: At-risk breed is bark in business; Gathering at spiritual home will see setters strut their stuff. Jim Lawson news@sundaypost.com 524
Actress on coping with triple tragedy. 232
Addiction counsellor:Top flight footballers gambled PS180k in card school on bus to Aberdeen; High-stakes game lays bare state of problem. Craig McDonald cmcdonald@sundaypost.com 644
Alice in wonderland after debut win; ladies golf. 268
All of us have a role in slowing the spread of the virus. NICOLA STURGEON FIRST MINISTER 627
angling. 165
Are you taking the Mickey? Disney holidaymakers ordered to foot PS2k ticket bill after travel agent folds; Fairytale ending as theme park firm stumps up Friends warn visitors to check small print. 651
around the corner, around the world. 323
Around the world in 8,000 treasures: How famous Scots collection has gone global. Ross Crae rcrae@sundaypost.com 405
Baby joy for tragic Charlie's parents. 216
Back chat; What the celebs are talking about this week. 344
Bad spending habits? Try our quitter's cheat sheet. 556
Bayer back Rangers tie being binned; NEWS. Mark Walker SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 240
Be kind - think of those most at risk. 352
Be kind. Think of those most at risk. 357
Be kind. Think of those most at risk. 300
Bernie tells Lewis to forget Ferrari and stay with Mercedes; world of sport. 302
Blanca set for a follow-up. Reg Moore sport@sundaypost.com 230
Bowlers hit target for mural repair bid. 221
Brenda's lesson in humanity. 207
Bright stuff; Injecting a bit of colour into your wardrobe can be a real mood lifter and confidence booster, says Wendy Rigg, so go for bold! 509
CAN YOU DO ME A FAVOUR? 221
Celt has concern for smaller clubs in current crisis; neWs. Graeme Macpherson sport@sundaypost.com 527
Channel swimmer wins top award. 197
CINEMA. 267
Clyne has his 10th title in his sights; SquaSh. 226
Comedian: I'd love to do dinner with Dolly. 222
COMEDY. 237
Coyle mulls ulls over next move after an Indian summer. Mark Guidi sport@sundaypost.com 520
Craig doesn't want his CV to show a second relegation sn'. Graeme Macpherson SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 551
Custard pie fight on menu for launch of silent film festival. 272
cycling. 201
Dali's icon in return to Catalan homeland. 221
Dark dawn: Auschwitz Angel of Death is born; MARCH 16, 1911. Alan Shaw ashaw@sundaypost.com 432
Dealer caught with PS100k cocaine stash. 185
Death-defying work:Writer iter wants her message of hope and love to break eak life's biggest taboo; NEWS SPECIAL Cancer nurse on lessons learned helping sons learned helping terminally-ill patients cope as lives draw to an end. Alice Hinds ahinds@sundaypost.com 837
Did an unexpected break cost Thistle a title win? Brian Fowlie sport@sundaypost.com 628
Disrespected, distrustful, ScotRail staff reveal fears and demoralised: in a leaked survey; NEWS SPECIAL Union urges transport minister to intervene as staff accuse railway company bosses of intimidation and overseeing toxic corporate culture. Peter Swindon pswindon@sundaypost.com 870
Don't say a word: Top film critic explains why silents are golden; Big-screen expert hails the enduring appeal of the oldest movies ever made Mark Kermode salutes Scots fest. Murray Scougall mscougall@sundaypost.com 1034
Easy bites; Lamb and roasted aubergine. 224
Em@iljury; As PS3.5bn plan to transform communities in North Lanarkshire sparks heated debate, what would you do to save your town centre? 262
Euro Tour looper says the whole game will suffer - not just caddies' wallets. Adam Lanigan sport@sundaypost.com 699
EVENTS. 282
Explore Scotland on your terms. 412
Face values; Beauty expert on how exercising your face is key to youthful skin... and can help unlock stress too. WORDS ALICE HINDS 741
Family adventures that take you off the beaten path. 468
Fans flag up their role in survival fight; NEWS. 305
Fans flag up their role in survival fight; neWs. 305
Football's reaction to coronavirus has been muddled. 215
Former Celt says football is no longer important; NEWs. Mark Walker SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 421
Former Celt says football is no longer important; NEWs. Mark Walker SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 269
Former Ger believes playing behind closed doors might be the best option. Iain Collin sport@sundaypost.com 648
Francis Gay MY WEEK; Painter with heart of gold shows her true colours. 620
Francois-Eugene Brun founded a winery [...]; Phil Luckett. 156
Fraud probe delays car dealer's accounts. 159
From the first Beano to birds and Buddhism. Step this way for a magical literary tour; With 120 miles of shelves packed full of surprises, take e time to explore a book lover's paradise. Polly Pullar OUTDOORS WRITER 1011
From troubled teen to rising enterprise star. Krissy Storrar kstorrar@sundaypost.com 266
Gerrard now has the time to ponder way ahead for the future. brian fowlie BEHIND THE HEADLINES 531
Gerrard now has the time to ponder way ahead for the future; BEHIND THE HEADLINES. fowlie brian 533
Going out Restaurant of the week; Sugo Pasta, 70 Mitchell Street, Glasgow. 261
Growing through the motions? Time for a spring rethink; It ain't what you grow, it's the way that you grow it, says Agnes Stevenson, as she casts a fresh pair of eyes over her garden two years on. 462
Hair we go! How to make your crowning glory a cut above; Beauty Boss Love your locks? Colourist and founder of The Hair Boss, Lisa Shepherd tells us how to achieve good hair care. As told to Tracey Bryce 417
Head North. 336
hearn vows to do all that can be done to make sure world championship goes on. Neil Goulding sport@sundaypost.com 490
hearn vows to do all that t can be done to make sure world championship goes on; Snooker. Neil Goulding sport@sundaypost.com 489
Henaelwths. 392
historic guide to clans sold for PS4k. 186
Holiday flights to Spain turn toll hits 120 and towns and pain around mid-air as death cities are locked down; CORONAVIRUS LATEST European countries close public buildings as global action escalates and US travel ban is extended to include Britain and Ireland. Krissy Storrar kstorrar@sundaypost.com 987
Holiday flights to Spain turn toll hits 120 and towns and pain around mid-air as death cities are locked down; CORONAVIRUS LATEST European countries close public buildings as global action escalates and US travel ban is extended to include Britain and Ireland. Krissy Storrar kstorrar@sundaypost.com 1003
Holyrood needs to be family friendly.We have to do more - Kate Forbes MSP; Minister says MSPs from rural areas find work difficult. Craig Paton news@sundaypost.com 300
Hoops duo could miss iss end of season due to loophole le in loan. Ewing Grahame sport@sundaypost.com 772
Hoops duo could miss season due to loophole iss le end of in loan. Ewing Grahame sport@sundaypost.com 772
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 606
How to get your story published; Be informed. 206
How to wear this season's culottes; Looking more stylish than ever, this trouser shape will take you on into summer, and give your look a funky edge. 197
Hull KR are in the sights of Duffy's Leigh; rugby league. 233
I'm looking for Trouble... another series, that is; The Trouble With Maggie ColeITV, Wed. 226
I've been in football for more than 50 years and I know what goes into it. The season must be completed; The legend WRITES for you. sir KENNY dalglish 747
In this uncertain thing - No one time, there is only one sure knows how it is going to go. Donald MacLeod 627
Is Downton successor accurate? Corset is, says star Tamsin. WORDS STEVIE GALLACHER 411
Island fortunately ely rich in cultural gems. WORDS JAMES RAMPTON 763
Islanders' living-room gig nets PS9k for charity. 204
It is right to worry but wrong to panic. We must all do our best and we must all do our bit. 503
It's not like TV. I'm real. My family's real. And my followers are real; vlogger's view. 501
Josh made right call with Top Rank. Ewing Grahame sport@sundaypost.com 228
Just how often do you laugh a day? Probably a lot more than you think; Honest Truth Laughter is the best medicine - or is it? Professor Sophie Scott, who has spent years working on cognitive neuroscience, is presenting What's So Funny as part of the Edinburgh Science Festival next month and explains to Tracey Bryce the Honest Truth about laughing. 629
LIFESTYLE. 163
Lisa Kudrow; Life according to... WORDS STEVIE GALLACHER 493
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. 646
MARCH 19, 1964. 188
March is possibly my favourite [...]. 189
Mark his words: Mr Wahlberg is delightful company - with the (English) accent on delightful; Scotland's Mr Showbiz drops us a postcard from Hollywood. ROSS KING 491
Meet the Author; Graeme ArmstrongThe Young Team, Picador, PS14.99. Murray Scougall 444
MEET THE INSTAGRAM; Customer services manager Lorna Rankin is a grandma whose greatest love is spending time with family, especially grandkids Carly, eight, Finlay, three, and Jacob, six months. Lorna, 50, lives in Aberdeen with husband Jim, 60. Between them, the couple have three sons, Steven, 29, Jamie, 25, and Dylan, 20. Here Lorna shares her favourite snaps C i ki i d h. Travel narrative 273
MSPs set to honour man who beat TB. 176
Music festival that's sure to be a hit with families; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 396
Music. 163
OnDemand; Hometown: A Killing. 270
Online payments scam fear. 273
Only option as players' focus no longer on cricket. Rory Dollard sport@sundaypost.com 440
Our priority must be to protect the most vulnerable. NICOLA STURGEON FIRST MINISTER 627
Patients with grave illness helped to recall and record memories to leave for their family; STORY OF OUR LIVES. 632
Pickof the podcasts. 376
Playboy at 75? Go girl! Age shouldn't prevent us doing what we want to do. 236
Polar bear cub set to move from Highlands. 202
potting shed; 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 290
Preserving Orkney's harbour for future generations; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 562
PS1 million a day to switch off turbines. 179
PS320m fund to help businesses cope with virus. 248
PS320m fund to help Scots firms cope with virus. 248
PS550 bill? Give me a brake. 267
Regan's plan to save season as clubs prepare for doomsday scenario R. Brian Fowlie and Craig Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 604
Replies The Doc; Our expert answers your medical questions. 387
Revived line runs through heart of some of Scotland's most spectacular scenery. Keith Fergus OUTDOORS WRITER 244
Ronaldinho facing six months on remand in jail. 153
Scone Palace: A gateway to culture, nature and regal past; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 729
second attack on Brodie's Iraqi base. 210
Show sense. 165
sir KENNY ON... liverpool. 203
Sleeper passengers stranded by fault. 164
Smart thinking from a charity working to help women get the clothes, confidence and the job. 465
Staying in Bake of the week; Creme egg and beetroot brownies. 200
STORY BEHIND THE MOVIE STORY BEHIND THE SONG. 247
Students told not to attend classes will learn online; THE UNIVERSITIES. 321
Stunning holiday accommodation is the "main" attraction ... and so much more. 598
Su is Harpy and she knows it. WORDS MURRAY SCOUGALL 604
Suddenly, the earth is moving beneath our feet. We will need to learn from history to remain upright. NEIL MCLENNAN SOCIAL HISTORIAN AND LEADERSHIP EXPERT, UNIVERSITY OF ABERDEEN 322
Supermarkets' plea to shoppers: Don't panic Students told not to attend classes will learn online; THE SHOPS THE UNIVERSITIES. 544
Supermarkets' plea to shoppers: Don't panic; THE SHOPS. 224
Surge in c coast to co ases oast; CORONAVIRUS LATEST Hospitality industry and small businesses fearing for their livelihoods as tourists stay at home and major events are cancelled. Special report: Krissy Storrar 804
Surge in c coast to co ases oast; CORONAVIRUS LATEST Number of infected Scots climbs over 100 for the first time but pandemic experts warn the total could be 10 times higher Dental and GP surgeries close following outbreaks of Covid-19, while a cluster hits Shetland and university students self-isolate. Special report: Krissy Storrar 786
Teacher's PS900,000 for Orkney education. 189
Tents and tea: Camping in the mansion. WORDS TRACEY BRYCE 799
Test our doctors first: NHS urged to prioritise medics to protect frontline; CORONAVIRUS LATEST THE GATHERING STORM CoRonaViRus latest MsP calls for priority testing for NHS staff, while concerns remain over GPs' access to masks and gloves - Doctor at hospital in Lothians We are stretched when staffed up, take a fifth of us out in a pandemic and I don't know where that would leave us. I never want to know. peter Swindon pswindon@sundaypost.com 1088
Test our doctors first: NHS urged to prioritise medics to protect frontline; CORONAVIRUS LATEST: THE GATHERING STORM CORONAVIRUS LATEST MSP calls for priority testing for NHS staff, while concerns remain over GPs' access to masks and gloves - Doctor at hospital in Lothians We are stretched when staffed up - take a fifth of us out in a pandemic and I don't know where that would leave us. I never want to know. peter Swindon pswindon@sundaypost.com 1066
the best scotland peter Irvine's; Vegetarian restaurants. peter Irvine's 305
the day i... became a Mills & Boon writer. As told to Sally McDonald 879
THE EXPERTS. 421
THE EXPERTS. 355
THE TRIAL, THE CHARGES AND THE ACCUSERS. 207
THE workers. 516
The WRU sat in their Ivory Tower before their crass decision. HARD-HITTING VIEW DAVID Sole 700
THEATRE. 286
There's no place for negativity in Gary's world. Brian Fowlie SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 578
This is all a bit weird and unprecedented, but we all know football is not the most important thing. SAYS DAVID MARSHALL By Mark Guidi SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 1083
This is all a bit weird and unprecedented, but we all know football is not the most important thing; SAYS DAVID MARSHALL. Mark Guidi SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 1079
tHis week. 234
This weekend. 254
TOP10. 192
Treat yourself to... We are quickly Marching through the year (#sorrynotsorry) and sunshine is just weeks away. Well, hopefully. Until then, brighten your day with a few pretty purchases. 232
triathlon. 198
triathlon. 155
Tunnel vision, or miner miracle? see it As we OUR QUIRKY TAKE ON THE WEEK'S NEWS. 198
Twhies waereke... EDITOR'S LETTER keeping calm & carrying on. Editorial 281
Typecast: Hit writer reveals why star inspired new series; Bafta-winning screenwriter Nicole Taylor says thriller iller was written for Scots Line Of Duty actor. Murray Scougall mscougall@sundaypost.com 908
UK's top vloggers wield the power. 178
UnQuantifiable; Top fashion experts hail influence of trendsetter. Alice HINDS ahinds@sundaypost.com 1009
Veteran gaffer fears for the future of clubs; NEWS. Craig Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 388
Vloggy, vloggy, vloggy: Experts on entrepreneurs winning friends the rise and rise of the digital and influencing people online; How a new generation of social media stars are outshining e celebrities and earning a living from PS10bn video boom. Tracey Bryce trbryce@sundaypost.com 909
Vloggy, vloggy, vloggy: Experts on the rise and rise of the digital entrepreneurs winning friends and influencing people online; How a new generation of social media stars are outshining e celebrities and earning a living from PS10bn video boom. Tracey Bryce trbryce@sundaypost.com 884
We shook it up and even made our own chairs. AS TOLD TO ALISON GIBB 603
We're wooly wooly grateful, but, oh baby, hat's enough. Alice Hinds ahinds@sundaypost.com 478
Wednesday Tim Key's Late Night [...]. 245
What the past can teach us about the coronavirus crisis. 558
What's in a name? China, a Danish princess and pubs; ueries u Your If you have a question, write to The Queries Man, The Sunday Post, 2 Albert Square, Dundee, DD1 9QJ or email query@sundaypost.com. 285
Why are we dragging our heels with Billy the Kid? don't miss the people's pundit every week At last, the chance for me to have some long-lies! alaN Bra zil 550
Why are we dragging our heels with Billy the Kid? don't miss the people's pundit every week. alaN Bra zil 560
With scones as big as these, who needs dinner? 512
Women were not to be alone with Alex Salmond in Bute House and he was not to get any private - Alleged victim, Woman G, a Scottish Government official, civil service support at night claims staffing procedures were changed because of the then-First Minister's behaviour; SALMOND ON TRIAL WEEK ONE The first five days of trial of former First Minister hears women describe alleged sexual assaults in official residence. 1425
Workers' vote of no confidence in chiefs; THE SURVEY. 180
World of Wonders. 434
You can use humour: Start laughing, and all these prejudices peel away; Comic Meera on her life of laughs. WORDS STEVIE GALLACHER 1230
Your next adventure starts right here in Scotland... 283

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