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  • Gliterary Lunch in Aberdeen | The Aberdeen Reporter
    several Gliterary Lunches in the past and he expressly asked if he could meet the Aberdeen Gliterary Lunchers this time Praise for Tony Parsons Tony Parsons gets inside the heads and hearts of modern men The Times Funny and touching Woman Home The Plot This is the final episode in the trilogy that began with MAN AND BOY It is ten years on and crunch time for Harry Life is good he has a beautiful wife three wonderful children and a great job But Harry is about to turn forty and his ex wife is back in town His fifteen year old son moves out to live with his mother Harry s job is at risk and his wife is unsettled by the reappearance of her own ex their dream seems to be falling apart Into the chaos of Harry Silver s life stroll two soldiers who fought alongside Harry s late father in 1944 Can these two grumpy old men help Harry Silver and show him what it really means to be a man Funny moving and unforgettable MEN FROM THE BOYS is a story of how we live now A Small Town Affair by Rosie Wallace The Author Rosie Wallace is wife of the former deputy First Minister and leader of the Liberal Democrats A speech and language therapist from Glasgow she moved to Kirkwall when he won the seat for Orkney and Shetland There she had to adapt to a life where her husband spent half the week 700 miles south at Westminster A Small Town Affair is her first book not autobiographical she claims but certainly set in a world she knows intimately Praise for Rosie Wallace Wallace gleefully exposes the gossipy though bubbles of the self righteous and genteel consistently wry and often joyously funny

    Original URL path: http://www.theaberdeenreporter.co.uk/2010/11/gliterary-lunch-in-aberdeen/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Culture | The Aberdeen Reporter
    News Business Culture Home The Scottish Government Books Music Love Music Festival A landmark festival of international live music for children aged four to eighteen kicks off on 1 November Love Music presents an exotic programme of performances from throat singing and beatboxing to funky bluegrass and jazz infused Balkan klezmer Love Music is designed to encourage musical curiosity and experimentation helping young people to More by admin Published 5

    Original URL path: http://www.theaberdeenreporter.co.uk/category/culture/page/2/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Report on policing shows decrease in youth crime | The Aberdeen Reporter

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    Original URL path: /2013/11/report-on-policing-shows-decrease-in-youth-crime/ (2016-02-13)

  • Energy Minister raises renewables concern | The Aberdeen Reporter
    and the need to preserve thermal generation in Scotland to help keep the UK s lights on Mr Ewing has also challenged Mr Davey to explain a last minute amendment to the UK Energy Bill that will remove the Scottish Government s existing powers and discretion over support for renewable technologies across Scotland The UK Government s amendment is to be debated by the House of Lords on Monday November 4 2013 Mr Ewing said We have examined the UK Government s proposals carefully discussing them in detail with the industry and other stakeholders I believe beyond doubt that the current proposals risk failing Scotland and the UK in a number of vital areas and present a huge risk to UK security of supply as well as to investor confidence and our low carbon ambitions The Scottish Government will not support an outcome which sacrifices our renewable ambitions in preference to discredited expensive and imported nuclear technology Nor should thermal generation in Scotland vital to maintaining grid stability here and to providing security of supply across the UK be placed at risk through a failure to take Scottish issues properly into account Both Ofgem and National Grid have expressed deep concern regarding the risks that the UK faces both this winter and in the years ahead due to tightening capacity margins It would be extremely unwise to ignore the vital and combined contribution of Scotland s renewable and thermal generation to keeping the lights on across the UK Unless serious and considered steps are taken to address these matters and which supports investment in thermal generation across the whole of the UK then the threat of blackouts will crystallise rapidly The failure to secure a proper margin of capacity over peak demand will inevitably see further price rises on energy

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  • First Minister arrives in China | The Aberdeen Reporter

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    Original URL path: /2013/11/first-minister-arrives-in-china/ (2016-02-13)

  • New government investment in women’s prisons | The Aberdeen Reporter
    across Scotland have been given funding to develop and improve their work with women offenders in line with the recommendations of the Angiolini commission Each will deliver expanded or improved services and guidance to women offenders responding to the commission s recommendations in ways that match local need whether in urban or rural areas Mr MacAskill will also tell Parliament that good progress has been made towards meeting the recommendations of the commission since it reported 18 months ago He said I am extremely pleased with the progress we have made together with our partners in meeting the recommendations of the Commission on Women Offenders The funding I am announcing today will help transform services for women so that we can help them break the cycle of reoffending and start making a positive contribution to society The commission recognised that women offenders have very different needs to those of their male counterparts and require very specific support We have set about meeting those needs to provide a better future for women offenders their families and communities We are not complacent however there is still a considerable amount still to do to help women avoid the vicious circle of reoffending and imprisonment and lead meaningful and productive lives The Commission on Women Offenders headed by former Lord Advocate Dame Elish Angiolini examined how the Scottish Government in partnership with agencies like the Scottish Prison Service could improve opportunities for women offenders To help meet the recommendations of the commission the Scottish Government is also supporting mentoring schemes for female offenders as well as working with the Scottish Prison Service to develop HMP Inverclyde as a custom made national prison for women offenders a new regional unit for women in Edinburgh and a unit for women at the new HMP Grampian The

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  • admin | The Aberdeen Reporter

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  • Edinburgh | The Aberdeen Reporter
    investment in Energy Excellence News Business Culture Home The Scottish Government Books Music Tag archive for Edinburgh By admin On Wednesday November 12th 2014 0 Comments Flybe reopening Aberdeen base next year Chief Commercial Officer of Flybe Paul Simmons was at Bute House this morning to announce his good news along with the First Minister s news about falling unemployment numbers in Scotland The airline which More By admin On

    Original URL path: http://www.theaberdeenreporter.co.uk/tag/edinburgh/ (2016-02-13)
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