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Articles from The Sunday Post (Aberdeen,Scotland) (March 8, 2020)

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"How at age 63, I had the prostate of a very young man!" ADVERTISEMENT My doctor was astonished when he examined me ... 1118
- Colin Smyth MSP If the police jailed the wrong man, why did the Crown not prosecute the police? Politicians demand answers on remand error. Craig McDonald cmcdonald@sundaypost.com 583
140 Britons stranded on stricken ship as fears soar for elderly passengers; CORONAVIRUS LATEST Death toll climbs above 3,400 with 100,000 infected Frantic families fear worst. Craig McDonald cmcdonald@sundaypost.com 509
140 Britons stranded on stricken ship as fears soar for elderly passengers; Frantic families fear worst. Craig McDonald cmcdonald@sundaypost.com 509
48 hours in Galway. 336
64 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK; A look back at how The Sunday Post reported the world through the years. This week: March 18, 1956. Upheaval in Russia, a beside vigil and Queen's picnic. 498
A damaged bothy has sparked debate about how our great wild places can be enjoyed and protected. Stevie Gallacher sgallacher@sundaypost.com 356
A lost hero found at last: 102 unknown soldier's family years after his death, an finally grieve by his grave n e; Grandchildren finally given chance to honour courageous soldier who lay unidentified in military cemetery for more than a century. Marion Scott Chief reporter 1129
A lost hero found at last: 102 years after his death, an n unknown soldier's family finally grieve by his grave e; Grandchildren finally given chance to honour courageous soldier who lay unidentified in military cemetery for more than a century If it be life that waits I shall live for ever unconquered. If death, I shall str die at last, strong in my pride and free. Marion Scott Chief reporter 1077
A wag for life: Expert reveals how to have a happy dog; Animal psychologist on why owners need facts not myths to know what beloved pet pooches are really thinking. Maggie Ritchie news@sundaypost.com 948
ALLOA ATHLETIC 2 Connelly (12), Trouten (28) INVERNESS ct 0. 318
angling. 231
Appeal as Salmond trial gets under way. 185
around the corner, around the world. 307
Back chat; What the celebs are talking about this week. 342
Balancing investment and security. Dr Chris Ogden EXPERT IN GEOPOLITICS 272
Beautiful game's ugly addiction; vIew. 529
blair: Forget Dupont we've got some class of our own. 363
Bosz adamant Light Blues are still a threat; NEWS. Mark Walker sport@sundaypost.com 440
Bosz adamant Light Blues still a threat. Mark Walker sport@sundaypost.com 440
Bothies aren't the place to party but a few drinks help. 413
Bruce backs Saint-Maximin to be a big hit; neWs. 439
burnley 1 Wood (13) TOTTENHAM Hotspur 1 Alli (pen, 50). 340
Buttler serves up best-of-the-day 79 to pip Root. Rory Dollard sport@sundaypost.com 448
Campaigners urge reform as bereaved children lose lifeline benefit because their parents were not married; Charity demands urgent law change after landmark ruling by judges states unmarried couples must not be denied bereavement payment. Janet Boyle jboyle@sundaypost.com 875
Campbell becomes latest MSP to bow out. 217
CAN YOU; DO ME A FAVOUR? 225
central juniors. 392
CINEMA. 292
Clarke will call on Billy the kid to help fire Scotland to glory; BEHIND THE HEADLINES. Stewart DaNNY 547
Clinical Marr crush the grammar; PREMIERSHIP Round-up. 156
Contrite Klopp happy to see Reds win again; liverpool 2 Salah (25), Mane (33) bournemouth 1 Wilson (9). Carl Markham sport@sundaypost.com 745
Convicted but unbowed: Retired GPs pledge to continue protests; Couple found guilty after 11-hour blockade plan next climate demo. Janet Boyle news@sundaypost.com 359
Cool Carrick accepts his second chance; league 1. 812
Cool Carrick accepts second chance; league 1. 708
Cove march on but ominous for Brechin; league 2. 544
cricket. 299
cricket. 239
Darcy Oake; Life according to... Fresh from making GMB presenter Kate Garraway disappear live on TV, the illusionist opens up about a life of magic. WORDS ROSS CRAE 502
Death rate depends on one thing - how old they are. 200
Discovering the sheer beauty of hunting out the master of the hunt; A Skye trek is rewarded with a beauty pageant of mountains and the silent swoop of the barn owl. Jim Crumley OUTDOORS WRITER 1254
Do adjust your set... TV sorted. 295
Doctors: Age of patients is the most important factor. 200
Don hopes Stevie-G doesn't turn around Gers' fortunes today. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 774
Dons' sights on third as home hoodoo ended D; aberdeen 3 Jackson (64 OG), Considine (66), Main (82) hibernian 1 Doidge (39). Scott Davie sport@sundaypost.com 760
DRAMA. 249
Drysdale eyes first Euro Tour win at 498th attempt. Phil Casey sport@sundaypost.com 601
Drysdale is in position to grab long-awaited victory; FOCUS ON GOLF. Phil Casey sport@sundaypost.com 612
DUNFERMLINE ATHLETIC 1 Olafobi (pen 46) QoS 1 Oliver (3). 338
east of scotland league. 269
Em@iljury. 337
Em@iljury; As coronavirus spreads, what sort of precautions are you taking to prevent yourself from catching it? 321
Encounters at the edge of paradise... WORDS NATASHA RADMEHR 1065
Engineers' possible solution: Potholes that can fix themselves. 152
ENGLAND CLAIM TRIPLE CROWN DESPITE TUILAGI RED CARD. Duncan Bech sport@sundaypost.com 322
euro ROUND-UP. 238
EVENTS. 292
expert: we need to trial drugs rooms. Mark Aitken maitken@sundaypost.com 256
Face it: Non-surgical procedure is a fantastic way to be fresh-faced. 498
Families find solace on battlefields of France and Belgium. 322
fashion; Ageless With the fashion industry finally realising we want to look stylish whatever our age, high street choice is improving. Wendy Rigg shares secrets for anti-ageing your wardrobe...and looking great. 494
Fergie wants to give Rangers a horrible time; NeWs. Jim Black sport@sundaypost.com 449
FM: Keep calm and listen to the scientists. 272
For these are whose mountains? Expert insists countryside is for everyone. 251
Ford siesta: Driving instructor left bored and out of pocket by car's airbag fault. 646
Francis Gay MY WEEK; How bus hero stopped at nothing to save a stranger. 622
Generous inventor gave away a fortune. 191
Gerrard glad to have the full backing of his board. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 714
Gerrard is glad to get the full backing of his Board. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 714
Gers are already getting a return from Gilmour; exclusive. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 353
Going out Restaurant of the week; Chiquito, Fountain Park, Edinburgh. 329
Guardians of football have a duty of care towards fans. RONNIE COWAN CAMPAIGNING MP 261
HARD HITTING VIEW; OPINION. DAVID Sole 466
Hat-trick puts Hoops hitman back in the Scotland spotlight; CELTIC 5 Griffiths (18, 44, 74), Edouard (54), McGregor (90) ST MIRREN 0. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 819
Hazard saves the day for Dark Blues; Ayr UNITED 0 DUNDEE 0. Mike Wilson sport@sundaypost.com 547
HD ready? Possibly not but, thanks to a few wise words, I'm definitely ready for my close-up now. rona Dougall 588
Henaelwths. 358
HigHland league. 300
Highlands enterprise agency freezes funding amid cash fears. Mark Aitken POLITICAL EDITOR 596
Highlands enterprise agency freezes funding amid cash fears. Mark Aitken POLITICAL EDITOR 711
Holt says focus still has to be on survival; NEWS. Iain Collin SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 305
Honest Truth; From tying your shoe laces each morning to sewing on a button, knots are a vital part of our everyday lives. Here, Tim MacWelch, outdoor survival expert and author of How to Tie Knots, tells Alice Hinds the Honest truth about the ins and outs of an intricate skill. 595
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 563
How do you like our tower takeover? AS TOLD TO SALLY MCDONALD 644
How to wear khaki jackets; Always cool, a utility jacket will update your casual weekend wardrobe. 176
How will British football handle coronavirus? don't miss the people's pundit every week. Bra zil alaN 633
Howson art fetches PS30k. 179
I don't care, I do whatever I want... it's so incredibly freeing; Fashion guru enjoys using social media. WORDS ALICE HINDS 1373
I was born to play at Ibrox, says Griffiths; NeWs. Danny Stewart sport@sundaypost.com 456
I was going to run down and fire my water pistol full of ink at the judges' papers...but I got nabbed - Sarah Wilson on 1970 protest; INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY Women's Lib protester recalls disrupting Miss World contest as movie salutes landmark moment in fight for equality. Stevie Gallacher sgallacher@sundaypost.com 1176
I'd hope this was looked at. It does seem extraordinary. LORD WEST OF SPITHEAD FORMER ADMIRAL, FIRST SEA LORD AND CHIEF OF THE NAVAL STAFF 392
I'm terrified I, or my family, will catch it. We are carrying hand gel everywhere we go; FEARS oF SwIne Flu VICTIM. Janet Boyle jboyle@sundaypost.com 621
I'm terrified I, or my family, will catch it. We are carrying hand gel everywhere we go; FEARS oF SwIne Flu VICTIM. Janet Boyle jboyle@sundaypost.com 641
I've found a hidden trail of treasured scenery and a place for peace and quiet; Biking guide. Alex Corlett OUTDOORS WRITER 489
If only... Well boss frustrated by penalty call; REACTION. Alan Temple sport@sundaypost.com 426
If only...Well boss frustrated by penalty call; REACTION. Alan Temple sport@sundaypost.com 426
If Steven Gerrard was not the manager, there would be far greater problems at Rangers than there are right now; The legend WRITES for you. sir kenny dalglish 974
It's Curtains for Jason as mask falls; behind the scenes. WORDS MURRAY SCOUGALL 574
It's glitz, glamour and another alien invasion; Stevie on the TV War Of The Worlds Fox, Thursday, 9pm. 244
It's hot in Havana for AbFab Joanna. 211
Jack: Last-16 Europa tie is a challenge to be met, not to be feared. Danny Stewart sport@sundSaypost.com 672
John's still with me...he'll have a seat at the play; Writer on channelling grief into stage show dedicated to husband whose life was claimed by silent killer. WORDS AVRIL CADDEN 1269
Johnny just 180 minutes from his finest hour; news. Alan Temple SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 303
juniors. 430
Just wait until Allan reaches his Maximin potential, says Bruce; southampton 0 NEWCASTLE united 1 Saint-Maximin (79). 562
Killie pay the penalty as Ogkmpoe strikes to continue Accies' revival; hamilton ACCIES 1 Ogkmpoe (pen. 90) KILMARNOCK 0. Ewing Grahame sport@sundaypost.com 634
Labour hopeful: All women MPs face sexism. 310
Ladies lift the Cup in Spain, thanks to Abbi; PiNatar CUP. Alan Campbell SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 360
Lampard full of praise for teen star Gilmour. Nick Purewal sport@sundaypost.com 409
league 2. 535
Lennon wants to go full throttle towards Treble No. 4 as he dismisses burnout. Graeme Macpherson sport@sundaypost.com 720
Leverkusen are good - but they are inconsistent and Rangers can make it to the quarter-finals; SAYS JORG ALBERTZ. Mark Guidi SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 1178
Life's just beachy in this lovely seaside cafe. 514
LIFESTYLE. 216
Louis doesn't think he'll be using his loaf to win Celeb Bake Off. WORDS STEVIE GALLACHER 448
lowland league. 317
LOWLAND league. 445
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 Not nightmare neighbours, but couple next door are a bit too friendly - how do I tell my wife? 632
Manager fears Hibs are still a soft touch; REACTION. Scott Davie sport@sundaypost.com 433
Many years ago while I [...]. 161
Meet the Author; Louise Hare This Lovely City, HQ, PS12.99. 479
Meghan sparkles with message of empowerment on surprise visit to school. 378
Meghan's made-up in Dagenham as she hails inspirational women strikers. 354
Menaced by Dennis? The big clean-up starts here. 543
Miller is convinced Andy can come in handy for Clarke in defensive crisis. Danny Stewart SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 760
MorTon 1 McGinty (90+3) ARBROATH 1 Wighton (49). 370
MOT fail: Driver crashes at 70mph when bonnet flies open after test; Firm makes four-figure payout after mistake by mechanic. Craig McDonald cmcdonald@sundaypost.com 394
moved my family to Malawi. As told to Tracey Bryce 836
Moving abroad? Here's what you need to know; Be informed pS. 164
MSPs to vote for checks on politicians. 182
My daughter's generation are more powerful. We are winning. SARA SHERIDAN Campaigner and writer 345
My daughter's generation is more powerful. We are winning. SARA SHERIDAN 342
Ndombele gets a blast from boss Mourinho; NEWS. David Charlesworth SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 366
No Joshing, Taylor has his sights set on a bigger fish; FOCUS ON BOXING Scot will be looking to hook Ramirez. Jim Black sport@sundaypost.com 552
No Joshing, Taylor has his sights set on a bigger fish; Scot will be looking to hook Ramirez. Jim Black sport@sundaypost.com 552
Now for something completely different... best hotel rates offline. 324
Now I'm the whipping boy! The day Indiana Jones told me to stick to the day job; Scotland's Mr Showbiz drops us a postcard from Hollywood. 686
Now's the time for The Cob. Reg Moore sport@sundaypost.com 212
of the week. 212
Ogkmpoe stays cool to win it for Accies with injury-time penalty; hamilton ACCIES 1 Ogkmpoe (pen, 90) KILMARNOCK 0. Ewing Grahame sport@sundaypost.com 634
OnDemand. 217
Other countries help all grieving children, so why won't the UK? Alison Penny 323
Our first game in Belfast since 1983 looks on the cards. 194
Our isle may be Scotland in miniature but the potholes are full-size - Arran motorist Cameron Park; Driver discovers a hole lot of problems on holiday island. Craig McDonald cmcdonald@sundaypost.com 704
Out and about... 200
Phil Luckett. 159
Police complaints review to probe mistake. 175
Prices soar as virus sparks panic buying in supermarkets. 295
Prosecutor demands long term for mogul. 207
Queen reviews her friendship with dubai ruler who drugged and abducted daughters. Mark aitken POLITICAL EDITOR 459
Queen reviews her ruler who drugged friendship with dubai and abducted daughters. Mark aitken POLITICAL EDITOR 459
Rashford absence is not welcomed by City manager Guardiola. Andy Hampson sport@sundaypost.com 691
Rashford absence not welcomed by Guardiola. Andy Hampson sport@sundaypost.com 661
Raymonde was the first lady of the skies; MARCH 8, 1910. Craig Campbell mail@sundaypost.com 487
Read about the Amazing Health Benefits of BRAIN TURMERIC & HONEY DIAPHRAGM GALLBLADDER; HEALTH & WELLBEING ADVERTISEMENT TURMERIC & HONEY HEALTH UPDATE. Harriet Hunter - ANUTR.NUTRITIONIST 712
Red Clydeside: Chinese tycoon buys hotel overlooking the nuclear subs at Faslane as global security experts urge vigilance; NEWS SPECIAL New owners dismiss concerns as analysts and politicians seek assurance PS2m deal was flagged to intelligence chiefs for assessment. Peter Swindon pswindon@sundaypost.com 1609
Red Clydeside: Chinese tycoon nuclear subs at Faslane as global buys hotel overlooking the security experts urge vigilance; NEWS SPECIAL New owners dismiss concerns as analysts and politicians seek assurance PS2m deal was flagged to intelligence chiefs for assessment ROOMS WITH A VIEW. Peter Swindon pswindon@sundaypost.com 1605
Replies The Doc; Our expert answers your medical questions. 365
Rice hails his 'phenomenal' Accies' side; reaction. Ewing Grahame sport@sundaypost.com 313
Ross fears his Hibees are still a soft touch; REACTION. Scott Davie sport@sundaypost.com 433
Roy has confounded his critics, just like Sir Bobby did. 226
Scots GPs: We need protective kit and we need it now; CORONAVIRUS LATEST Family doctors in Scotland call on ministers to release masks and gloves after Westminster issues equipment to surgeries. Peter Swindon pswindon@sundaypost.com 1000
Scots GPs: We need protective kit and we need it now; CORONAVIRUS LATEST Family doctors in Scotland call on ministers to release masks and gloves after Westminster issues equipment to surgeries. Peter Swindon pswindon@sundaypost.com 1031
Scots likely to lift cup thanks to Abbi's debut; PiNatar CUP. Alan Campbell SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 361
Scots scorers galore but Jimmy Hill stole the show. David Walker sport@sundaypost.com 614
Scott out to make a name for himself. Neil Goulding sport@sundaypost.com 302
Scott out to make a name for himself; SNOOKER. Neil Goulding sport@sundaypost.com 302
Scott worry for England under boss Neville; NEWS. Mike Morgan SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 349
shinty. 175
Si 2 l 0 j [...]. 382
Skipper excited to see how his men will fare against flying French. Alan Shaw sport@sundaypost.com 666
Slip-up brings Stendel's strugglers back to reality Sli; hearts 1 Washington (49) motherwell 1 Long (21). Alan Temple sport@sundaypost.com 705
Smart cookies or a dunkin' shambles? We taste test new low-sugar biscuits; Biscuit means biscuit but will recipe-change digestives hit the mark? Sally McDonald smcdonald@sundaypost.com 681
Strikes in each half see Rothes go third; HIGHLAND league. 642
Super-sub Lacazette singled out by y Gunners manager Arteta; arsenal 1 Lacazette (78) west Ham united 0. 591
Terrors happy with a point from bottom-of-table Jags; DUNDEE UnitEd 1 Powers (19) PARTICK THISTLE 1 Bannigan (pen 52). Calum Woodger sport@sundaypost.com 599
That was the week that was for elated Rice; reaction. Ewing Grahame sport@sundaypost.com 313
The choice is simple. If we really want to win, we really need to change; Labour MP on why his party has a big decision to take. IAN MURRAY EDINBURGH SOUTH MP AND CANDIDATE TO BECOME LABOUR'S DEPUTY LEADER 807
THE CRUNCH QUESTION: LINDA'S VERDICT. 173
The new gardening year is beginning, so sit back and enjoy it; March is the month when things really start, says expert Agnes Stevenson. But it's the perfect time to take a minute and enjoy the changing of the season. 484
The new trains now arriving at Platform Two... are 30 years old; Same old, same old for fed-up commuters. Craig McDonald cmcdonald@sundaypost.com 622
The new trains now arriving at Platform Two... are 30-years-old; Same old, same old for fed-up commuters. Craig McDonald cmcdonald@sundaypost.com 622
The payment would have made a huge difference at a really, really hard time; nick's story. 409
The power of positive tinkering can change you inside and out; EDITOR'S LETTER. Editorial 285
The unlucky US ship that almost killed Roosevelt; 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. 605
THEATRE. 262
There has been enough talk about these gender reforms. It is now time for ministers to listen. Mandy Rhodes 528
tHis week. 235
This weekend. 225
Top flight coach held in police match fixing probe; EXCLUSIVE Former player arrested in football gambling investigation - Police Scotland statement On February 28, 2020, a man was arrested in connection with a reported incident relating to gambling in sport. Craig McDonald 324
Top Saudis arrested in suspected royal plot. 190
TOP10. 185
Trainer Mullins has a telling glint in his eye over promising grey; world of sport cheltenham festival preview. Reg Moore sport@sundaypost.com 488
Trainer Mullins has a telling glint in his eye over promising grey; world of sport. Reg Moore sport@sundaypost.com 491
TRAVEL. 153
Treat yourself to... 256
Trinny's cosmetic carry on. 220
Two days after Lee Harvey [...]; MARCH 14, 1964. 199
We have come a long way but shouldn't stop until we are game, set and matched. 476
When I see a player getting booked or kicking it out for a corner or whatever, I wonder was that deliberate and was it to do with gambling? - Ex-player Kevin Twaddle; SPECIAL Former professional and gambling addict lays NEWS bare the true extent of betting in football and warns fans' trust is on line. Craig McDonald cmcdonald@sundaypost.com 1137
Wilder: Hendo should make England debut; review. 454
women's Aid charity give help to 1,000 a day. 192
You can teach a dog new tricks...if you treat them like they're family. DAVID cameron DFC DOG TRAINING, GLASGOW 383
Young Braveheart Hendry roars in to be the late hero for Saints; st johnstone 1 Hendry (84) livingston 0. Iain Collin sport@sundaypost.com 678

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