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Those- prices? A pleosont sorpr

Those- prices? A pleosont sorpr

Those- prices? sorpr Prepare then ♦ even
September 5, 1989 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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uni) TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1989 24p No. 41,951
September 5, 1989 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Tory support plunges to 16%, poll reveals

Tory support plunges to 16%, poll reveals

SUPPORT for the Conservatives has plunged to an ignominious 16% in Scotland, according to a System Three opinion poll published today.; They have dropped 5% in the past four weeks and are now 8% behind their General Election result of 24%, when they won only 10 of Scotland's 72
September 5, 1989 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Musician Evelyn nominated for top award

Musician Evelyn nominated for top award

MUSICIAN Evelyn Glennie, who has overcome profound deafness to become a leading percussionist, has been nominated by Junior Chamber Scotland ay one of the 10 outstanding young people in the world. The awards, organised by Junior Chamber International and sponsored by General Mot
September 5, 1989 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
WEATHERGUIDE

WEATHERGUIDE

A «tron( south-«w(uny airflow will cover ScofUnd. cerrymg oceMionel bend* of ram acroea country A.a.C.F.O A mainly cloudy day. with occational outoreaaa ram. Some these heavy on hijhar ground and near west .facing coasts eceomoahiad patefiea of hill fog Temperature* near normei,
September 5, 1989 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
memories

memories

of city recalled THOSE old enough to remember have been telling their children and grandchildren of their experiences of what life was like in Aberdeen during World War 11. Their are prompted by the many newspapers and TV articles marking the 50th anniversary of the outbreak of
September 5, 1989 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
N.E. dinghy

N.E. dinghy

race back on A MIDSUMMER ‘sailing event, cancelled because of thick fog on July 23 at Peterhead, is due to be.run again on Sunday afternoon. Peterhead Sailing Club have decided to re-stage the British Telecom open handicap Skerrie's Race and have invited clubs throughout the Nor
September 5, 1989 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Romance at last { m '!L> ' i^:' HM ::fe Pfe I Uet.-Sgt. Jardide (James Macpherson, left) and Del. Chief

Romance at last { m '!L> ' i^:' HM ::fe Pfe I Uet.-Sgt. Jardide (James Macpherson, left) and Del. Chief

Insp. Taggart (Mark McManus) set off on another case tonight.
September 5, 1989 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BBCI

BBCI

EARLY VIEWING 6,30 The ftmtstones. 655 Weather. 7.00 Breakfast Time. 8.55 News and Weather. 9,05 Arthur Negus Enjoys #. 930 The French Way. 10.00 The Pink Panther Show. 10 25 Playbus. 10 50 Ootaman. 11.00 Madhur Jeffrey's Far Eastern Cookery •. 11.35 First Impressions. 12.00 THE
September 5, 1989 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
OPINION

OPINION

□ NANCY NICOLSON meets the man who has the title role in a new TV documentary series ~ THEY call him Rafferty. And for people within a 50-mile radius of Grantown-on-Spey, the name is synonymous with veterinary medicine— whether they are fanners in the Banffshire hills, children
September 5, 1989 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland