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Articles from The Sunday Post (Aberdeen,Scotland) (September 20, 2020)

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'70s A-listers round in Renfrew inspires movie. 195
1960 FROZEN IN TIME. 193
25 years on, the European Ryder Cup heroes of Oak Hill look back on that amazing day; As the Silver Anniversary of one of the sport's greatest-ever days approaches, three Scots reflect. with ADAM LANIGAN 1345
59 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK. 610
6 reasons why you should have Power of Attorney. 167
A change of character for killer unicorns Kindly tycoon who Chucked away a fortune. 264
A double disappointment for Cockerill. writes DAVID KELSO 240
A double disappointment for Cockerill; FOCUS ON RUGBY Edinburgh boss Richard Cockerill last night admitted he went through a cocktail of emotions as his side crashed out of Europe, writes DAVID KELSO. writes DAVID KELSO 216
A Dream start at Hamilton. Reg Moore sport@sundaypost.com 244
A GRAND TOUR OF The Outer Hebrides. 917
A lot of parties have been shut down but it doesn't stop them happening. Almost every night; STUDENTS PARTY ON. Jenna Macfarlane news@sundaypost.com 697
Academics research world of fantasy. 195
Allies outline concerns over Prime Minister's health, happiness and finances; PM'S PROBLEMS. 211
Allies voice concern over Prime Minister's health, happiness and finances; PM'S PROBLEMS. 210
ANGLING. 242
Apricot, ginger and black sesame flapjack; THE RECIPES Enjoy two treats from Flora's Aran bake book. 182
As lockdown eases, life feels [...]. Robert Wight, editor, The Scots Magazine 186
Back chat What the celebs are talking about this week. 346
Bad case of Zoom face? Let's rinse your lockdown wrinkles; Beauty Boss Frances Turner Traill, from FTT Skin Clinics, shares her top five post-lockdown beauty treatments. Alice Hinds 406
Beer firm loses legal fight over Elvis ale. 197
Big changes predicted in hate crime bill over free speech fears; Controversial bill redrafted. Mark Aitken and Janet Boyle news@sundaypost.com 435
Bigger, faster, posher: Luxury liner helped Churchill win the war; SEPTEMBER 26, 1934. Murray Scougall mscougall@sundaypost.com 840
Binoculars ready? Why shouldn't we dob in rule breakers next door? JUDYMURRAY FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER @JUDYMURRAY 506
Books. 303
Boost your home's kerb appeal; From the little touches to the big projects, here's how to make a great first impression on potential buyers, guests and passers-by by boosting your home's appearance. 622
Boris at bay as friends reveal money worries might be adding to PM's problems. Mark Aitken maitken@sundaypost.com 404
Boris at bay as friends reveal money worries might be adding to PM's problems. Mark Aitken maitken@sundaypost.com 411
Broch shock for the Blue Toon comes at a cost. 340
Bruce delighted with Magpies' transfer swoops. Damian Spellman SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 391
Burke's bonanza as 10-man Killie enjoy some home comfort. Ewing Grahame SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 771
BUYING POWER; AUTHOR WARNS DEMOCRACY IS FOR SALE AS THE PARTIES PUT A PRICE ON INFLUENCE AND ACCESS. PETER GEOGHEGAN INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALIST AND AUTHOR 1367
Calum's not a typical boy... but he is our champion; Mum fights for those affected by very rare genetic condition ? Stacey with Calum (left) and his younger brother Jack. WORDS BRIAN MCIVER 1036
Captain Fantastic seals vital victory for County; ST JOHNSTONE 0 ROSS COUNTY 1 Vigurs (42). Iain Collin SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 782
Case Study. John Kelly, Bishopbriggs 368
Chocolate rye cake. 270
Choose a cosy, colourful or classy interior; How selecting the right flooring can transform your interior space. 302
CONTENTS. 203
Contents. 166
Creator of Shetland on island inspiration; Pick of the Podcasts. with Theresa Talbot Host of The Tartan Noir Show 488
Cut adrift? We step in to help as travellers' last hope refuse PS4k refund for cruise that never set sail. 695
Defoe is happy to take on anyone in Europe - even Bale. Danny Stewart SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 495
Divide and conker: Plant-splitting time as autumn casts its beautiful spell; Decisions? Decisions? Gardening expert and columnist Agnes Stevenson is already planning her spring garden and we're not yet in autumn! with Agnes Stevenson 514
Djokovic books semi spot but drops first set; TENNIS. 454
Don't you forget about my pint? 35 years on, writer of Minds' anthem still hopes for a beer with the band. Craig McDonald cmcdonald@sundaypost.com 819
Em@iljury. 214
Euro heartache for the Gunners as they are hit by Bordeaux's quick one-two. David Kelso sport@sundaypost.com 562
Euro heartache for the Gunners as they are hit by Bordeaux's quick one-two; BORDEAUX 23 EDINBURGH 14. David Kelso sport@sundaypost.com 573
EVERTON 5 Calvert-Lewin (31, 62, [...]. 365
Experts reveal how dodgy money is shovelled elled through loopholes in the electoral system. 219
Finding peace, love and happiness among Skye's awe-inspiring Cuillins; OUTDOOR SCOTLAND. Fiona Russell mail@sundaypost.com 520
Former Lord Provost on attack after refit of world-famous museum delayed again. Paul Drury news@sundaypost.com 432
From manpad to clanpad: My house of tartan; AT HOME. AS TOLD TO SALLY MCDONALD 605
From the depths: How scientific genius was pulled from the waters of Loch Striven; Biographer tells how boyhood brush with death shaped groundbreaking biologist's incredible life as a scientist, soldier and suspected spy. Stevie Gallacher sgallacher@sundaypost.com 930
Gerrard calls on big guns to help minnows. Danny Stewart SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 716
Goode day for Sarries as stand-in Alex makes his mark; LEINSTER 17 SARACENS 25. 491
Google fake ads probed. 190
Ham and vegetable bake. Recipe 236
HARDHITTING VIEW DAVID SOLE. DAVID SOLE 474
HARDHITTING VIEW. DAVID SOLE 474
Hibee Nisbet aims to shatter the Gers' clean-sheet record. Darren Johnstone SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 502
Highlights of Cyprus incl. Paphos and Nicosia. 261
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 646
How to make a small kitchen seem sizeable; A compact kitchen certainly doesn't have to mean a claustrophobic one. 676
How to wear midi skirts; Longer skirts can be the perfect way to ease into the new season. Wear them with knits and sweatshirts for cosy style. STYLE with Wendy Rigg 213
How will Steve Clarke react to Fraser's stance? DANNY STEWART BEHIND THE HEADLINES 781
How will Steve Clarke react to Fraser's stance? BEHIND THE HEADLINES. DANNY STEWART 778
Human guinea pigs or pioneers? 213
I arrived in Scotland single, and left engaged; THE ROMANTIC TIMES. 153
I asked for suggestions for some Scottish music thinking I would get 20 songs. I woke up to 2000; Writer reveals secrets of Scots rock anthem while visiting couple get a little help with their road trip playlist. Paul English news@sundaypost.com 532
I loved Bake Off but discovered the recipe for happiness a lot closer to home - Flora Shedden; Flora Shedden looks back on her time in the TV kitchen as hit show returns but reveals running her own bakery feels like sweet success. Alice Hinds ahinds@sundaypost.com 838
I think you know when you could look a bit fresher. 405
I will never tire of this trail through some of Scotland's best landscapes; the most times. 247
If you can't stand to wait, get into Stewart's kitchen; On my plate Hebridean cooks up great Scottish ready meals. WORDS ALICE HINDS 627
Initiative to be rolled out to players to fight match-fixing. Danny Stewart 287
Initiative to be rolled out to players to fight match-fixing; NEWS EXCLUSIVE. Danny Stewart 287
Invest in your future at Royal Arch Riverside Park; ADVERTISING FEATURE New holiday village offers investment opportunity and home-from-home for lodge owners. 396
It might have been a kind of magic but it was definitely a kind of mayhem: Film historian on the untold story of Highlander; Author on how off-camera antics during filming of time-tr travelling cult classic would rival the final cut for action. Paul English news@sundaypost.com 1296
It sometimes feels like all these talented new writers are chasing me... and a lot of them seem to be Scottish; Superstar author hails rising stars before finale of Bloody Scotland festival. Jack Reacher author Lee Child By Sally McDonald smcdonald@sundaypost.com 1000
It's very touching that so many women have offered support. 395
Jambo Jordan is out to make up for lost time after Highland heartache. Alan Temple SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 472
Kiell Smith-Bynoe; Life according to... The star of hit BBC sitcom Ghosts talks about the paranormal, moving into his own house and missing the Edinburgh Fringe. WORDS MURRAY SCOUGALL 495
Lakes and luxury: A match made in Evian; FOREIGN TRAVEL France. WORDS LIZ RYAN 786
LEADING QC: I WORRY ABOUT FUTURE OF PROFESSION. 217
LEEDS UNITED 4 Costa (5, [...]. 375
Lennon set to pick and choose games for Hoops skipper. Danny Stewart SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 453
Lensman's mission to frame every lighthouse. 219
Life, Jim, but not as we know it: The science of what ET could look like. 577
Lily Flowering Tulips. 249
Lions cub's late miss lets Celtic go top of the table. Danny Stewart SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 897
Liverpool sign Jota ahead of Blues clash. Carl Markham SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 818
Lockdown looms as FM calls for urgent meeting of emergency committee. Peter Swindon pswindon@sundaypost.com 622
Lockdown looms as FM calls for urgent meeting of emergency committee. Peter Swindon pswindon@sundaypost.com 660
Lockdown looms, winter is coming and we can only wait and wonder; VIEW. 542
McGhee is embarking on a manager's course, 28 years after becoming a manager. Ewing Grahame SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 518
McGregor reckons anyone who questions Bhoys' mentality are well wide of the mark. Danny Stewart SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 666
McLaughlin's calmness will s come as no surprise to Hibees' gaffer Jack. Darren Johnstone SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 695
Meet the Author. Jeremy Vine The Diver And The Lover, Coronet, PS20 606
Mellon's delight as Chalmers and Shanks shine; REACTION. Sean Hamilton SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 450
Minister's bodyguard left gun on plane. 202
MSPs: SNP chief needs to be open. 225
Mushroom meatballs; Quick bite. Recipe 199
My ankles were so swollen, I ended up in a wheelchair; THE FASTEST TIMES. 194
My family want me to sell my home and move somewhere smaller. But I don't want to; Maggie Listens. 639
Nahaarr times his run to perfection as he secures the Gold Cup for Haggas; RACING: AYR GOLD CUP. 274
No justice? Fears for Scots legal system as young lawyers shun defence work; Concern mounts as young lawyers snub crucial Legal Aid work. Craig McDonald cmcdonald@sundaypost.com 904
On the Radio Seven days. 248
One With The Glass; By Gordon Brown, Deborah Masson, Stephen O'Rourke, Marion Todd, Francine Toon. Gordon Brown, Deborah Masson, Stephen O'Rourke, Marion Todd, Francine Toon 5385
Paths glory: 96-miles of the West Highland Way have been Scots' happiest trail for 40 years; Fans explain their love of Scotland's most spectacular long walk while blistering online celebration is finalised for its big anniversary. Fiona Russell news@sundaypost.com 588
Penalty hero Mark wants to keepWell's European run going. Graeme Macpherson SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 509
People who try to play down Rangers' Iron Curtain are ignorant and disrespectful; Rangers legend RICHARD GOUGH hits back as the Light Blues look to continue their record-breaking run of clean sheets. Mark Guidi SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 1312
Plumber Shay hopes Dons' dreams won't go down the drain. Scott Davie SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 678
Pogacar stuns his mate to take yellow jersey into Paris; CYCLING: TOUR DE FRANCE. Ian Parker sport@sundaypost.com 601
Police: No smoking gun over Maddie. 192
potting shed. 298
Quotes of the week. 219
Rainbows and unicorns: JK Rowling's best-selling detective gives verdict on indy poll promises; Author calls for fresh debate on home rule to give Scots another option. Mark Aitken maitken@sundaypost.com 425
Rap mogul pledges to aid fellow superstar. 210
Reed will have been glad he has not had to 'block out all the noise' FOCUS ON GOLF. Phil Casey sport@sundaypost.com THE US OPEN 797
Reed will have been glad he has not had to 'block out all the noise' THE US OPEN. Phil Casey sport@sundaypost.com 755
Remember, I'm a Womble! Burrowers are back and they might sound a bit familiar; Scotland's Mr Showbiz drops us a postcard from Hollywood. Ross King 500
Revisiting home rule sparks calls to let voters choose a third way. Mark Aitken POLITICAL EDITOR 412
Rice at boiling point over side's 'stupid' defeat. Ewing Grahame SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 387
Rory gets back on track but the Wolff is on the prowl at Winged Foot; FOCUS ON GOLF THE US OPEN. Phil Casey sport@sundaypost.com 889
Saints' gaffer backs players to come good; REACTION. Iain Collin SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 375
Scientists reveal hormone treatment could prevent 8,500 miscarriages a year as calls grow for change in doctors' guidelines; CAMPAIGN Landmark research reveals hormonal boost could save babies at risk as Holyrood summit calls for better miscarriage care. Tracey Bryce trbryce@sundaypost.com 1017
Scots Tories had a clear choice between voting to uphold the law or not (no spoilers). Mandy Rhodes INSIDE HOLYROOD 560
Shankland conjures up Tangerine dream. Sean Hamilton SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 716
She's a mother, but when we hug she'll always be my baby. 655
Simon would have been well up for the 'hairdryer treatment' from Fergie; EXCLUSIVE. Danny Stewart SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 573
Soggy bottoms back on screen but the bakers are in a bubble. 294
Splendour in the glens: The magnificent red deer has a unique place in our hearts; Given an abandoned deer calf, riddled with ticks and on the verge of death, our writer vowed to save it. Polly Pullar news@sundaypost.com 1197
Star Brian's high times in lockdown. 219
Star Gaga's broken bikes and pain poem. 206
Strange days but change of season is a time to reflect on life's joys; EDITOR'S LETTER. EDITOR, JAYNE SAVVA JSAVVA@DCTMEDIA.CO.UK Editorial 270
Students don't just come from around the country, they come from around the world and so there is an inherent risk there; Experts warn fragile testing system could be stretched to breaking point as Scots university students move into digs on campus - Leading biomedical scientist Allan Wilson. Peter Swindon pswindon@sundaypost.com 963
SWIMMING FOR MUM. 312
Tech failure still bugging Blades boss. Ed Elliot SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 375
Teezily does it for a refund-. 273
THE BIG QUESTIONS. 257
The Doc Replies; Our expert answers your medical questions. 396
THE EXPERT. 333
The night Stuart's lucky underpants let him down. David Walker SPORT@SUNDAY POST.COM 750
The smile that says I'm home: Little boy leaves hospital after winning two-year fight for life; After years of lifesaving care, brave little Andi leaves hospital. Sally McDonald smcdonald@sundaypost.com 655
The Spray Factory's limit is your imagination; SPONSORED FEATURE Your dream kitchen will not be out of reach after all if you call in the experts at this family-run spraying and painting business that promises the wow factor. 599
The Zoom Face fightback: Experts on how Scots are rushing to freshen up their look after months of video calls and lockdown; Beauty clinics report surge in inquiries and treatments after months spent looking at our own faces on-screen prompts dash for makeovers. Tracey Bryce trbryce@sundaypost.com 1272
Think we've got problems? Just take a look across Europe for a Covid-19 reality check; Players forced to do self-testing. A hunger strike. Stop-start seasons. TONY HIGGINS has seen the lot in the last six months. Danny Stewart SPORT@SUNDAYPOST.COM 1191
THIS WEEK. 224
THIS WEEKEND. 256
Time to splash out on revamp; Soak up some inspiration and transform your bathroom into a tranquil and calm sanctuary. 511
Tiny bird makes Tiree a treasure island for army of twitchers. 283
TOP10. 194
Toxic ricin package for Trump intercepted. 207
Travel news. 360
Treat yourself to... As autumn arrives, we'll all spend more time indoors, so get ready for coorie season with this week's shopping saviours. with Alice Hinds 253
Tributes paid as women's rights icon dies at 87. Craig McDonald crmcdonald@sundaypost.com Obituary 254
Twins vow to honour mum. Janet Boyle jboyle@sundaypost.com 256
Venetian mystery. LYDIA JONES 851
View from the Vegetable Patch; Cabbage making you wilt? Sick of sprouts? Chard and kale are delicious, decorative alternatives. 394
Wave hello! Wild swimmer hails channel champ for reaching out during lochdown; Scottish athlete forges heart-warming friendship with Channel arming record-breaker over mutual love of cold water and big challenges. Sally McDonald smcdonald@sundaypost.com 1332
Wave hello! Wild swimmer hails channel champ for reaching out during lochdown; Scottish athlete forges heart-warming friendship with Channel record-breaker over mutual love of cold water and big challenges. Sally McDonald smcdonald@sundaypost.com 1017
We can't afford VAR, but we can't afford not to help referees; THE LEGEND WRITES FOR YOU. SIR KENNY DALGLISH 880
Where will Jose play Gareth? 247
Why a Power of Attorney is vital to ensuring you are protected; Be proactive to look after loved ones. WORDS LAURA COVENTRY 695
Why am I laughing? Probably in disbelief that I'm still here; Broadcaster on loss and lockdown and why now, more than ever, it's good to talk. WORDS MURRAY SCOUGALL 1225
Why my (very) little pony should keep working: Island researcher on secret of tiny Shetland icons' long lives; Study reveals cute ponies love to put a shift in. Janet Boyle jboyle@sundaypost.com 819
Why paint every few years when you can Proteks it? Discover more about this advanced paint system that is a cost-effective alternative to painting and is proven to last 25 years before needing redone. 530
Witnesses sought to two traffic accidents. 200
Woods declares he'll tee it up just the ll once ahead of his Augusta defence; FOCUS ON GOLF ROUND-UP. 485
Woods declares he'll tee it up just the ll once ahead of his Augusta defence; ROUND-UP. 494
Your guide to improving your home post-lockdown. 435
Zaha bags a brace as United nited pay the penalty for a lazy display. 617
Zoo cuties put me off my lines. 239

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