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  • CALA Homes | The Aberdeen Reporter
    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 CALA Homes By admin On Monday January 24th 2011 0 Comments CALA reports improved sales figures CALA Homes in Aberdeen has bucked the January trend reporting sales worth 2

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  • Hilton | The Aberdeen Reporter
    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 Hilton By admin On Monday January 24th 2011 0 Comments CALA reports improved sales figures CALA Homes in Aberdeen has bucked the January trend reporting sales worth 2 million

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  • politics | 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 politics By admin On Thursday December 16th 2010 0 Comments Great speeches Political journalist and author David Torrance is on the hunt for the greatest speeches

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  • Tiso move into Aberdeen | The Aberdeen Reporter
    Tiso has relocated to new premises at 1 John Street in Aberdeen after 29 years at their existing location in the Netherkirkgate The company has taken a 20 year lease on the new 10 000 sq ft site which is located close to John Lewis Aberdeen College and Bon Accord Shopping Centre FG Burnett acted on behalf the landlord a local private investor and has also been retained by Tiso to sell its existing shop The site at 26 Nethergate provides over 6000 sq ft accommodation and offers in excess of 400 000 are being sought Tiso managing director Chris Tiso said The move to new premises on John Street is a fantastic opportunity for Tiso to develop its already extensive offering of outdoor equipment Over the past 29 years of trading in Aberdeen we have built up a loyal customer base which has been achieved through the integrity of both the brands we stock as well as our investment and priority attached to staff training and the move larger premises can only strengthen this position FG Burnett director Richard Noble said The letting of 1 John Street demonstrates continued demand for good quality retail accommodation in Aberdeen city centre

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  • Look out for Waxwings in Aberdeenshire | The Aberdeen Reporter
    the best places to look for them Every few years much larger flocks of the birds appear in what is termed an irruption which is thought to be caused by a quest for food possible in relation to a shortage of berries in their wintering feeding grounds This can result in the impressive spectacle of large flocks of these colourful visitors descending on any suitable feeding areas The waxwings are not fussy birds and they will eat a wide range of berries and soft fruit said David Parnaby who works at the RSPB Loch of Strathbeg nature reserve near Crimond This means that they are just as likely to turn up in a supermarket car park or busy street as on a peaceful nature reserve so watch out for any berry trees near you They have beautiful plumage a delightful tinkling trilling call and they can be really approachable so they re an all round great species to brighten up a dull winter s day Irruptions involve large numbers of waxwings appearing in the UK sometimes in several waves over the autumn and early winter If the Scottish berry crop is good these will stay and often break up into smaller flocks If the berries run out here the birds will move on again to England Ireland or more southern areas in continental Europe Irruptions used to occur around once every ten years but have become more frequent in recent years and often involve larger numbers One possible explanation for this might be that climate change has resulted in less consistent weather patterns which could result in more unpredictable berry crops but it could also be that waxwings are having more productive breeding seasons and are having to irrupt from Scandinavia more often in search of food as they put

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  • Northsound Cash for Kids | The Aberdeen Reporter
    hospitality box for eight people at an Aberdeen FC game and an original framed Howard Butterworth painting are among the star lots up for grabs in the 2010 Northsound Cash for Kids live charity auction which kicks off this Saturday November 6 The auction runs until Sunday November 7 and will be broadcast simultaneously on Northsound 1 at 96 9FM and Northsound 2 at 1035MW A team of DJs will be encouraging listeners to dig deep and place their bids for items in the hope of securing them The more unusual items going under the hammer include a wedding dress and the services of an electrician for eight hours A huge range of other fantastic lots are up for grabs ranging from bed and breakfast packages at luxury hotels to a stand alone wine cooler All of the items have been kindly donated by businesses and individuals across Aberdeen City and Shire and the money raised will be spent locally to help children with a disability or illness or who are living in poverty or deprivation Michelle Herd Cash for Kids Charity Manager said We have a fantastic and diverse range of lots for this year s auction and this variety will hopefully lead to a great deal of cash being raised to help local disadvantaged children The auction always proves incredibly popular with our listeners and we hope they will once again show a great deal of generosity and support in bidding for some of the fantastic items on offer this year After all every penny raised will be used to help better the lives of the most vulnerable children in our city Cash for Kids Northsound s listener charity was set up to make grants towards individual youngsters as well as children s groups organisations and projects throughout

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  • Offshore Wind blowing into Aberdeen | The Aberdeen Reporter
    ambitions to generate the equivalent of 100 per cent of annual electricity demand renewables by 2020 Scotland is gearing up to maximise economic potential from offshore wind in the next decade and beyond with potential for as much as 7 billion of investment and 48 000 jobs Niall Stuart chief executive of Scottish Renewables said With more than 600 attendees and 50 exhibitors this has in just a year become one of the largest events in the renewables calendar The offshore wind industry will prove to be a significant economic driver in Scotland and an event like this one is a reflection of that The diversity of those exhibiting tells you this is an international industry making its home in Scotland Companies such as Gamesa Spain Kongsberg Norway and Simatex AG Germany as well as home grown businesses such as Xi Engineering and Xodus Group are all looking to create new jobs in manufacturing research and development and invest millions in communities across Scotland Where better than Aberdeen to explore how Scotland can strengthen its presence in the offshore wind sector a city that has built up a huge hub of skills and expertise from oil and gas which can now be transferred to help create a world leading offshore wind industry Adrian Gillespie director of energy and low carbon technologies at Scottish Enterprise said Building on our long industrial heritage and offshore engineering expertise Scotland is ideally placed to capitalise on Europe s growing offshore wind industry right across the supply chain In the last year alone in Scotland we have seen R D investment diversification acquisition and collaboration all help deliver strong and steady progress towards building this exciting new industry We continue to support Scottish and foreign investors who clearly understand our competitive advantage and see the

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  • independence | The Aberdeen Reporter
    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 independence By admin On Thursday March 21st 2013 0 Comments Independence Referendum date set The First Minister announced in Holyrood today that the date for the referendum on

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