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  • Aberdeen FC | The Aberdeen Reporter

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    Original URL path: /tag/aberdeen-fc/ (2016-02-13)



  • Football | The Aberdeen Reporter

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    Original URL path: /tag/football/ (2016-02-13)


  • Hearts | The Aberdeen Reporter

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    Original URL path: /tag/hearts/ (2016-02-13)



  • sport | The Aberdeen Reporter

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    Original URL path: /tag/sport-2/ (2016-02-13)


  • Comet | The Aberdeen Reporter
    Lotto winner come from Aberdeen Ardoe House has been done up Energy Taskforce coming to Aberdeen this week Government calls for exploration support University of Aberdeen announces major investment in Energy Excellence News Business Culture Home The Scottish Government Books Music Tag archive for Comet By admin On Monday January 30th 2012 0 Comments Comet to support Aberdeen student Sports Aid Athlete Jonty Barron gets sponsorship from Comet electrical store

    Original URL path: http://www.theaberdeenreporter.co.uk/tag/comet/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Sports Aid | The Aberdeen Reporter
    Lotto winner come from Aberdeen Ardoe House has been done up Energy Taskforce coming to Aberdeen this week Government calls for exploration support University of Aberdeen announces major investment in Energy Excellence News Business Culture Home The Scottish Government Books Music Tag archive for Sports Aid By admin On Monday January 30th 2012 0 Comments Comet to support Aberdeen student Sports Aid Athlete Jonty Barron gets sponsorship from Comet electrical

    Original URL path: http://www.theaberdeenreporter.co.uk/tag/sports-aid/ (2016-02-13)
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  • training grant | The Aberdeen Reporter
    Lotto winner come from Aberdeen Ardoe House has been done up Energy Taskforce coming to Aberdeen this week Government calls for exploration support University of Aberdeen announces major investment in Energy Excellence News Business Culture Home The Scottish Government Books Music Tag archive for training grant By admin On Monday January 30th 2012 0 Comments Comet to support Aberdeen student Sports Aid Athlete Jonty Barron gets sponsorship from Comet electrical

    Original URL path: http://www.theaberdeenreporter.co.uk/tag/training-grant/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Councils use technology to keep residents on the move | The Aberdeen Reporter
    open up data they hold to improve travel in poor weather Glasgow City Council in partnership with IRISS has developed Glasgow Gritting which uses real time data from the authority s gritting vehicles to show local citizens which streets have already been gritted and are safer to use It also shows the routes gritting vehicles are taking This will not only help ordinary citizens to plan their journeys but will also help other Council services to plan their work to ensure vulnerable people can still be reached and helped In the north east of Scotland Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire councils have joined forces with technology company Swirrl to develop Smart Journey This web and mobile app service shows all current traffic problems in the Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire areas as well as any reports of ice snow or other weather issues affecting the roads Commuters are being asked to provide feedback to Smart Journey through the mobile enabled website or Android or iPhone App A key feature of both projects is to allow local people to contribute to make the information presented more accurate In addition all of the code for these applications will be made publicly available so that Councils from across Scotland and beyond can develop their own similar digital services In Glasgow this could mean local people requesting additional gritting of an area where one treatment may not have been enough or highlighting additional poor conditions in other areas helping the Council s roads team to prioritise its future work schedule Jackie McKenzie Head of Nesta s Innovation Programmes in Scotland said We all know that when cold weather strikes councils are under enormous pressure to keep towns and cities moving helping people get to work and reaching the most vulnerable in society The fantastic work being done

    Original URL path: http://www.theaberdeenreporter.co.uk/2013/01/councils-use-technology-to-keep-residents-on-the-move/ (2016-02-13)
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