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Articles from The Sunday Post (Aberdeen,Scotland) (May 24, 2020)

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'Critical to Scouts' survival'. 185
'Trying to make a difference'. 251
- Landward's Dougie Vipond It's been a privilege to be out and about in rural Scotland; Presenter on (probably) having C-19, why his TV job is a blesy blessing in lockdown, tears at the ballet and a few of his favourite things. Paul English 459
- The SNP's leader at Westminster Ian Blackford calls for Mr Cummings' resignation or dismissal Millions made huge sacrifices to obey the rules while the PM's senior adviser was breaking them. His position is untenable; PM aide shrugs off resignation calls as second ond breach of lockdown rules emerges after ministers were urged to support him. 1116
1967 cUp-WINNERS' cUp FINAL. 210
1970 european cup final. 164
1970 frozen in time. 157
1983 cup-winners' cup final The Dons were the Real thing, not Madrid. 222
1987 UEFA cUp FINAL. 206
2003 uefa cup final a. 173
2008 uefa cup final. 161
56 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK; A look back at how The Sunday Post reported the world through the years. This week May 24, 1964. Typhoid pandemic sweeps through Scotland, a tragic family accident and woman's twisting marathon world record. 551
All in good time; The old clock in the hall meant more to Laney than she could ever put into words. WORDS NATALIE KLEINMAN 1860
All we want t wee babies. ant to do is cuddle these we're close yet so far; A GRANDcHIlD'S DR 'S DRAWiNG. 377
An idyllic bird's nest that's for your eyes only. AS TOLD TO SALLY McDONALD 590
angling. 190
As a parent, you need to relax, have fun... and enjoe and enjoy the process; With a new book, two lovely kids and the success of his PE With Joe YouTube channel, life's good for the fitness guru. WORDS STEVIE GALLACHER 1298
August return looks to be on eturn the cards says SFA's Maxwell. Brian Fowlie 662
August return looks to be on the careturn cards says SFA's Maxwell. Brian Fowlie 662
Back chat; What the celebs are talking about this week. 364
Beatles reboot: How Fab Four regrouped and reinvented rock; May 26, 1967. stevie gallacher 442
Beauty Boss; Missing a salon facial? Frances Turner Traill, founder of FTT Skin Clinics, tells us how to do it yourself at home. As told to Tracey Bryce 488
Bloomin' good, but not as yummy as Bake Off; Stevie on the TV. 355
Books. 306
Bosses to pay 25% of furlough. 197
Call for crackdown on C-19 profiteering. 308
Chancellor's measures to safeguard firms and their staff. 279
Chocolate, peanut butter and chickpea fridge bars. 238
Concern as staff protecting most vulnerable Scots transferred to contact tracing. Marion Scott and Mark Aitken 496
Concern as staff protecting most vulnerable Scots transferred to contact tracing. Marion Scott and Mark Aitken 489
Damien amien leaving could be a chance for former Hoops to step up. Danny Stewart 527
Dine alone? Cut that out! 165
Don't forget artichoke advice, how to conquer courgettes and amazing asparagus tips; View from the Vegetable Patch. 419
East, west, hame is likely to remain best as holiday options get stuck on the runway. Donald MacLeod D M THERE'S ONLY ONE 620
East, west, hame is likely to remain best as holiday options get stuck on the runway; THERE'S ONLY ONE. Donald MacLeod D M 617
Eat well, exercise, sleep, repeat; Here, Jenna Macciochi share some tips to improve our immune systems. 553
Ensuring the children of key workers are well fed. 195
Every day hurts when you hit a hat-trick - and the boss leaves you out of the squad. DON'T MISS THE PEOPLE'S PUNDIT EVERY WEEK Alan Brazil 804
Expert: PS44m bill for royal runaways. 207
Experts: Masks a risk for patients who find it hard to hear. Kay Smith 371
Fears for 1,000 jobs at Scots aerospace plant despite PS7m of taxpayers' support. 278
Fears for 1,000 jobs at Scots aerospace plant despite PS7m of taxpayers' support; Politicians demand answers on test and trace. 278
Football behind closed doors is far from ideal - but it's way better than no football at all; THE LEGEND WRITES FOR YOU. Sir kenny 785
Forever in our hearts: Tributes to dad,23. 192
Furlough scheme 'offers a lifeline to many businesses'. 271
Gales cause chaos across scotland - but brighter weather forecast. 166
Gers had to wait a day to enjoy a famous win; 1972 cup-winners' cup final. 236
Gers ready to swoop for Buddies' Czech keeper and complete Hagi deal. Danny Stewart 655
Gers ready to swoop for Buddies' Czech keeper and complete Hagi deal; exclusive. Danny Stewart 655
Give me the tools and I'll do the rest: Surgeon hails Scots charity; Gift of vital operating equipment is saving thousands of lives. Alice Hinds 751
Golf's back but Andrew is in no rush to tee it up; focus on golf. EXCLUSIVE By Adam lanigan 698
Haddock FisHcakes. Recipe 484
Havertz doubles his doubles tally for Leverkusen; Bundesliga. 387
Havertz doubles his doubles tally for Leverkusen; Bundesliga. 445
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 597
How to wear this season's jumpsuits; Jumpsuits have become a wardrobe staple, and can look good on different figure types. Whatever your style, there's one for you. 167
Humble young Scots have been impressing ex-England man Richards. EXCLUSIVE By Mark Guidi 867
I couldn't give my mum a hug before life-saving surgery; a PATIENT's STORY. 338
I'd put face masks into a C-19 time capsule; A MASK. 206
I'm not making a long-distance as firm insists on 500-mile trip call: Customer balks to get phone fixed. 472
I've just heard an Antastic bit of movie gossip (promise I won't tell anyone, Michael!); Scotland's Mr Showbiz drops us a postcard from Hollywood. 523
Invincibles spirit is needed to make it 10. Danny Stewart 414
Invincibles spirit is needed to make it 10; news. Danny Stewart 409
It's not about what you guys think - Dominic Cummings to reporters yesterday; PM's adviser defiant but pressure builds after lockdown trip - Durham's police and crime commissioner Steve White on Mr Cummings' drive north It is frustrating and concerning and most unwise. Incidents such as this do not help. Mark Aitken POLITICAL EDITOR 1154
It's not OK to keep payment. 275
Killie chairman confirms Dyer to be permanent boss. Brian Fowlie 382
Labour MP wants veil of secrecy over Nike conference to be removed. Mark Aitken POLITICAL EDITOR Conference news 461
Lambert: There will be no stopping a tenth this time. Ewing Grahame 560
Laudrup is well aware 10-in-a-row is down to who has the strongest mentality; EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW Great Dane can't wait for the Old Firm to be fighting over next season's title. Mark Guidi 1026
Lawyer: Death probe is first to examine race. Craig McDonald 374
Leaving Rangers helped Erik to get back in black. Brian Fowlie 646
Lennon pleads for the chance to secure the quadruple Treble. Danny Stewart 804
Lions statues can't beat memor 't memories. Danny Stewart & Brian Fowlie 609
Live-stream workouts have motivated me; a MUM's STORY. 293
Many different ways to win nine-in-a-row; from the archives. 394
Maverick strategist has ear of the ategist PM but has made enemies on way to No. 10. 308
May 24, 1941. 236
Meet the Author; Adele Parks Just My Luck, HarperCollins, PS12.99. 604
Minister urged to act after judge orders young mum to travel despite Covid risk; MSP to raise forced flight at Holyrood after teen loses legal fight. Marion Scott CHIEF REPORTER 513
Ministers told English officials but not public about first cases. Mark Aitken POLITICAL EDITOR 446
My book about the ways to keep healthy and boost immunity came out...and then all of this happened; Scientist on why her latest lifestyle advice could not be better-timed as Scots prepare for a little taste of freedom. Laura Smith 580
No buttes about it: Monument Valley is truly spectacular. 290
on the radio seven days. 251
OnDemand. 253
Our big day will be a double celebration; A WEDDING PHOTO. 369
Our end of the pier show: spot a delicious gap in the Dynamic culinary duo market close to home; Highland port's catch of the day was once eaten everywhere but there until pair behind acclaimed seafood shack netted their big idea. Maggie Ritchie 1057
Our moor of dreams; NEWS SPECIAL Wildlife watchers reveal what makes iconic landscape so precious as PS6m buyout deal gathers pace. Sally McDonald 1225
PaPa's got a brand new gag the best worst jokes ever. 217
Picpkoodf cthaests. 441
posting 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 252
Price of puppies soars in lockdown. 157
Queen cancels Balmoral holiday. 221
Racing. 265
Replies The Doc; Our expert answers your medical questions. 375
Revealed: How open and saved cancer unit kept theatres lives despite lockdown. Janet Boyle 699
Revealed: How open and saved cancer unit kept theatres lives despite lockdown; Consultant tells how strict protocols allowed ed vital surgery to go ahead despite widespread shutdown of cancer operations. Janet Boyle 699
Rooting around unveils hidden treasures to brighten borders; Lockdown or not, says our expert Agnes Stevenson, whether it's a forgotten packet of seeds or taking cuttings, there is much that can be done in the garden. 511
Seems like Covid has helped us all catch the fitness bug; EDITOR'S LETTER. Editorial 299
So why did the hedgehogs (and the badgers) cross the road? Because they could: Experts reveal wildlife is thriving as drivers stay at home; At least someone is enjoying lockdown as wildlife thrives in absence of cars. Krissy Storrar 670
Star Lana hits back at abuse allegations. 196
Stay or go but, right now, we are facing far bigger problems than an errant aide; SUNDAY view. 513
Stendel admits to having unfinished business at hearts. Alan Temple 618
The 'career psychopath' who refuses to play befuses by the conventional rules of politics. 307
The little things of lockdown: Museums tell Covid story with everyday objects. Tracey Bryce 335
The no-dairy biker's 's cookbook; On my plate. WORDS ALICE HINDS 514
The Sunday Post Delivered straight to your door or your device; NEVER MISS THE POST EASY WAYS TO GET YOUR FAVOURITE PAPER. 284
The Wee Prime Minister had never seen anything like it. Brian Fowlie and Danny Stewart 603
The worst case on overnight success that took her twscenario? It's not so bad: Bestseller ernight two decades; Acclaimed novelist on seeing her stories on screen at last and reveals how time behind bars inspired her new book. Murray Scougall 1196
These workers keep our running.We needed to kers country e know that. 457
These workers keep our running.We needed to kers e country know that. Judy FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER @JudyMurray Murray 467
This reminds me of the happy times; A SEWING MACHINE. 446
TOP10. 187
Tree team on stake-out to restore ancient forest. Laura Smith 316
ueries Your; If you have a question, email Unfortunately, due to the coronavirus outbreak we are currently unable to accept your letters through the post. 322
Virtual visiting brings comfort to families. 170
Virus still growing at epidemic level in half of US states. 216
We're getting up off the couch... and into fitness; Lockdown means many are enjoying more exercise. WORDS ALICE HINDS 702
We're just getting on with it. 223
We've just had Mental Health [...]. 435
Well, they say, laughter is [...]; Comedy star on doing stand-up from his sofa. Jenna MacFarlane 725
What a dream team! Inbetweeners meets 30 Rock in soccercom. WORDS STEVIE GALLACHER 460
Why a walk to the shop can be packed with memories; Francis gay my week. 657
Wife: I had it and then he got it. 329
William: Having children was scary, amazing and reminded me of mum. Tony Jones 384
Wool you believe it? Men were first Scots knitters. George Mair 533
Write on! Keeping a lockdown diary helps us note what we miss - and how we are blessed; lockdowndiary Maggie's. 627

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