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Articles from The Sunday Post (Aberdeen,Scotland) (March 29, 2020)

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1936 FROZEN IN TIME. 172
30m letters to drive home message to households. 303
93 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK; A look back at how The Sunday Post reported the world through the years. This week: March 20, 1927. A car crash tragedy, an extraordinary outrage rocks Glasgow and the curious tale of one man's journey to Belfast. 528
A veteran pen pal on why a simple letter means even more now than ever before; Yours, with love:. Paul English news@sundaypost.com 1099
A Work in Progress; So how does a marriage grow? Find out in this heart-warming short story. Margaret Skipworth 2027
All creatures great and small...and a tiny wee tear. 607
All creatures great and small...and a tiny wee tear; Francis gay my week. 607
angling. 209
Appeal joy for theft accused in IT fault row. Janet Boyle jboyle@sundaypost.com 249
Au revoir to comic-book cartoonist who wasn't afraid to play politix; Albert Uderzo, co-creator of the much-loved Asterix the Gaul series with writer Rene Goscinny, died last week aged 92. Here, Laurence Grove, Glasgow University professor of French and text/image studies, tells Ross Crae The Honest Truth about the cartoonist and his iconic character. 643
Back chat; What the celebs are talking about this week. 322
Beauty Boss; The beauty experts at ZO Skin Health share their guide to your essential skincare ingredients and what they do. As told to Alice Hinds 404
Billy practised headers with a spongy helmet! Brian Fowlie sport@sundaypost.com 670
Books Douglas Skelton The Blood Is Still, Birlinn, PS8.99 Meet the Author. 883
Capping wages for our superstars is nice to see but, to survive, sport needs all our help. Judy FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER @JUDYMURRAY sundaypost.com Murray 480
CLASSIC WINE MIXED SELECTION (6 [...]. 187
Claws for applause: TV spectacular larder after chef salutes Scotland's his ferry big adventure; Island-hopping celebrity cook James Martin on the ook fabulous food found on his trip around country's coastline and high country. Alice Hinds ahinds@sundaypost.com 989
Club chiefs cast doubt on season finishing. Graeme Macpherson sport@sundaypost.com 535
Comedian's Nish-Mash of comic weirdness and bad guitar playing. WORDS STEVIE GALLACHER 471
Connor has teed up his home for the long haul. Ed Hodge sport@sundaypost.com 418
Cooking for one can be fun...and tasty, too! On my plate Tips for making solo dining enjoyable. WORDS ALICE HINDS 726
Cooped up Madge has gone a bit mad, Lady Gaga is a wee bit gaga, but Idris is furious; Scotland's Mr Showbiz drops us a postcard from Hollywood. Roos King 677
Dig in! The time is ripe to start preparing for the growing season ahead, whatever space you have; View from the Vegetable Patch. 444
Digital drive to connect care home residents. 230
DRAMA. 321
Driven round the Benz: Merc trade-in that descended into buyer rues routine an almighty carfuffle. 755
Expectant mums told: Don't panic; THE ADVICE. Dr Mary Ross-Davie RCM director for Scotland 188
Fears domestic violence will ears s surge if inmates are freed early; Campaigners warn of increased risk as ministers move to release prisoners. Peter Swindon pswindon@sundaypost.com 616
Fears domestic violence will ears s surge if inmates are freed early; Holyrood considers releasing prisoners before they have completed their sentence. Peter Swindon pswindon@sundaypost.com 617
First Minister asked to be removed from list of defence witnesses citing contagion crisis. 252
FIVE TO FOLLOW. 265
Get your favourite newspaper delivered online; Don't miss the trusted journalism that has been telling Scotland's most important stories for more than a century FREE for three months. 270
Hartley believes football will return stronger than ever. Ewing Grahame sport@sundaypost.com 506
HOROSCOPES. With Jane Ridder-Patrick 591
How bosses treat their staff in these times will be remembered. For good and bad. Donald MacLeod 559
I feel really happy in my life. I'm loving my independence - the world is my oyster; After divorce, Loose Women's Coleen looks ahead. WORDS MURRAY SCOUGALL 1162
I'm well. Our grandparents were asked to go to war to save the nation. We are told to stay home and watch TV - marco negri; FORMER RANGERS STRIKER'S MESSAGE FOR TEAM-MATES FROM CRISIS-TORN ITALY. Danny Stewart & Massimiliano Vitelli sport@sundaypost.com 194
I'm well. Our grandparents were asked to go to war to save the nation. We are told to stay home and watch TV; FORMER RANGERS STRIKER'S MESSAGE FOR TEAM-MATES FROM CRISIS-TORN ITALY. Danny Stewart & Massimiliano Vitelli sport@sundaypost.com 214
I've had a phormium in [...]; 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 292
If Hearts can't keep their squad happy, could the club go the same way as Rangers? 816
In the court of public opinion, the jury is still out on Alex Salmond. 477
In the court of public opinion, the jury is still out on Alex Salmond; view. 477
It is the moment we have all trained for, and dreaded, our first Covid-19 patient. Sadly, he did not survive. 1106
It was a magical March memory for Murdo; ARGENTINA 1990. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 467
It's been a little mad, chaotic and scary...but it's not all bad. It proves just how strong families can be. - Mum of 13 Emma Hann on lockdown By Tracey Bryce trbryce@sundaypost.com 1505
Keys to a country. 1932
Lennon's warning that Edouard is only going to get better. Ewing Grahame sport@sundaypost.com 484
LIFESTYLE. 204
March 31, 1990. 205
McGregor was just loving his freedom ... Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 396
Minister: Journalists are key staff. 189
Mint idea turns coin technology to visors. 194
Mrs Brown's star: Meet my wonderful son Ollie; THE NEW PARENT. 314
Mrs Mack's Farm Shop was a gem of a discovery. 217
Music. 202
Negri reveals Rangers bond as coronavirus crisis deepens in Italy. Danny Stewart & Masimiliano Vitelli sport@sundaypost.com 554
on RUGBY'S REACTION To THE CRISIS. DAVID Sole 333
OnDemand. 281
Pick of the podcasts. 430
Posts from the frontline: Reporters reveal how the world is dealing with virus crisis; Special reports from across the globe detail s the globe detail how other countries are coping with lockdown and fighting spread of virus The Sunday Post is just one of the newspapers reporting the international crisis. Here, we ask other Posts around the world for their latest news. 1673
Pregnant women urged to choose a reserve partner for birth; Mums-to-be asked to plan ahead as families amilies told to keep distance from newborns and retired midwives return to work. Tracey Bryce trbryce@sundaypost.com 657
Prince lucky to be locked down here. 326
Putting a smile on the faces of the Tartan Army will spur us on; THE BIG INTERVIEW Archie Gemmill knows 22 years, and counting, is too long. Mark Guidi sport@sundaypost.com 1025
Quick and easy way to grow your own salad... and refill your fridge; Looking for worthwhile things to do outdoors? Try this invaluable veggie-growing masterclass from gardening expert Agnes Stevenson. 527
Quick bite. Recipe 290
RaCing. 271
Record death toll in Spain, but worst could now be over. 208
Replies The Doc; Our expert answers your medical questions. 365
Rule No 1: PJs are banned! e. 524
Scientists: Distancing works, it is saving lives. 157
scots songwriter Bill Martin dies. 183
Seven steps to serving yourself a varied menu that you'll love. 264
Shetland's paellaServes eight. 300
Should I feel insulted by my friend's reaction to my offers of help during virus crisis? 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. Maggie listens 560
Sorted: Silent satnav refund. 271
Star has write idea to combat loneliness. Sally Reid in Scot Squad 185
Strictly yes, but no moths! 242
Suranne Jones; Life according to... The Doctor Foster star on again playing traumatised mum Claire McGory in follow-up to gripping drama Save Me. WORDS STEVIE GALLACHER 492
Thank you for staying home and staying safe. JASON LEITCH SCOTTISH GOVERNMENT'S NATIONAL CLINICAL DIRECTOR 318
The Last Supper took place on April Fool's Day...and it's no joke; aPril 1, 33aD. Craig Campbell ccampbell@sundaypost.com 458
The Ransom of Red Chief By O. Henry; ENJOY TWO GREAT; SHORT STORIES TODAY; One little kid, one hilarious kidnap; Two less than ruthless kidnappers and one small but ferocious kidnapee..Wha What could possibly go wrong? Find out in O. Henry's classic short story. 4288
The Spanish School teaching Austrian horses to do a pirouette. 282
This is your chance to get into a pub debate. danny Stewart & Brian Fowlie sport@sundaypost.com 1392
This is your get into a g chance to pub debate. danny Stewart & Brian Fowlie sport@sundaypost.com 1359
This should be the happiest time of my life but e I'm worried I could pass the virus on to my baby; THE MUM-TO-BE. 288
THIS WEEK. 251
This weekend. 226
Tickled pink: You'll love this Ayrshire castle. AS TOLD TO SALLY MCDONALD 588
Top clubs in Scotland can't afford to, but English big guns should offer a PS2.5m bail out. 703
TOP10. 201
Treat yourself to... It's fair to say we are living in strange, scary and unprecedented times, so take a little break from reality and lift your mood with some online shopping. You deserve it. 193
Trouble ahead: Former leader ormer is warned any bid to return to the SNP will face opposition P as his accusers speak out. Mark Aitken POLITICAL EDITOR 1330
Trouble ahead: Former leader to the SNP will face opposition ormer P is warned any bid to ras his accusers speak out to return; Critics in party question Alex THE TRIAL THE FALLOUT Salmond's conduct despite acquittal in sexual assaults case. Mark Aitken POLITICAL EDITOR 1373
Trump: Prime Minister told me UK needs ventilators. 319
UEFA chief could call time come the end of June. Brian Fowlie sport@sundaypost.com 406
UEFA chief could call time come the end of June. Brian Fowlie sport@sundaypost.com 404
ueries Your. 328
Under siege: Thousands of Scots swamp NHS helpline; CORONAVIRUS LATEST 111 operators deluged by 4,500 calls before noon yesterday as officials appeal for calm Officials urge only seriously ill to call NHS24 hotline as death toll climbs and frontline hospital workers call for more action. Janet Boyle 1000
Wednesday 13 Minutes To The [...]. 256
Weightlifting with baked beans tins: Stay in, work out; Ex-soldier's guide to keeping fit behind closed doors. WORDS TRACEY BRYCE 515
When this crisis ends, the SNP will endure a contagion of suspicion, conspiracy and division. Mandy Rhodes INSIDE HOLYROOD 588
Yoda and a gunslinger? It Disney get any better; Stevie on the TV The Mandalorian Disney+. 245

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