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  • Happy Christmas! | The Aberdeen Reporter
    admin Happy Christmas Share This Tags Aberdeen Christmas Well it s here Whether you are interested in the presents or the religious significance there is really no way round it So here is our view of the best Christmas message in appropriately digital form Thank you for reading The Reporter Our visitor numbers continue to increase day by day For our Christmas present please tell six of your friends about

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  • News | The Aberdeen Reporter
    Council has been praised for using innovative teaching methods despite their schools being closed They arranged a number of learning activities through GLOW the schools intranet More By admin On Sunday November 28th 2010 0 Comments Tiso move into Aberdeen Outdoor equipment and clothing specialist 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 More By admin On Wednesday November 17th 2010 0 Comments HM Inspector of Prisons on Peterhead Conditions at Peterhead Prison remain among the worst of any establishment in Scotland with sanitation and hygiene arrangements being of particular concern according to a report published today by HM Chief Inspector More By admin On Wednesday November 17th 2010 0 Comments Look out for Waxwings in Aberdeenshire Keep an eye on the berry trees in your neighbourhood they could be harbouring flocks of a very special visitor that s the message from RSPB Scotland who are asking to the public to keep More By admin On Friday November 12th 2010 0 Comments Scottish Parliament asked to balance the scales of justice In a petition backed by comedian Frankie Boyle and author Iain Banks campaigners called on the Scottish Parliament this week to investigate the barriers people face when they try to stand up for the environment More By admin On Friday November 12th 2010 0 Comments Girl Geeks comes to Aberdeen A networking organisation for business people interested in technology creativity and computing has announced the keynote speakers for its latest event which will be held in Aberdeen later this month The Girl More By admin On Tuesday November 9th 2010 0 Comments Editor of the P J to retire early in January 2011 The longest serving

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  • Inspectors report on Aberdeen Children’s Hospital | The Aberdeen Reporter
    good according to a report by the Healthcare Environment Inspectorate The inspectors report published today found that staff at NHS Grampian had made progress in their efforts to protect patients from infection The hospital was clean isolation practices and management of patients with known or suspected infection were good and there is a clear understanding of antimicrobial prescribing for paediatric patients However the report also identified a number of areas for improvement Hand hygiene and dress code standards must be adhered to rigorously A lack of integration across infection prevention and management structures needs to be addressed Reporting arrangements between the Royal Aberdeen Children s Hospital and the paediatric ward at Dr Gray s Hospital need to be formalised Surveillance data and information on display should be made more meaningful and suit the needs of patients and visitors Public awareness should be increased to ensure everyone is involved in infection prevention and control Health secretary Nicola Sturgeon said I had made tackling hospital infections my top priority This report shows that the Royal Aberdeen Children s Hospital has adopted a number of good practices but there are areas where issues have been identified in the past and I would like

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  • legislation | The Aberdeen Reporter
    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 legislation By admin On Wednesday December 1st 2010 0 Comments The Scotland Bill needs further examination The Scottish Government has moved quickly to enable scrutiny of the

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  • Scottish Parliament asked to balance the scales of justice | The Aberdeen Reporter
    when they try to stand up for the environment Robin Harper MSP inspects the scales of environmental justice On Tuesday 8 November Friends of the Earth Scotland submitted the petition which raised over 1000 signatures across Scotland and is backed by top lawyers academics and organisations including SCVO and RSPB Scotland to members of the Scottish Parliament Public Petitions Committee The petition also pointed out that the current situation leaves the Scottish Government in breach of the United Nations Aarhus Convention that requires fair equitable and affordable access to justice on environmental matters Currently individuals communities or campaigners face impossible costs to challenge decisions that potentially break environmental law as demonstrated in the ongoing case against the development of a new coal fired power station in Hunterston and by Aberdeenshire pensioner Molly Forbes wrangle with Trump s golf development Juliet Swann Head of Projects and Campaigns said For too long money and power have been seen to outweigh communities and the environment in the legal process It s time to tip the scales of justice so that communities and individuals can defend their rights We want to see the barriers to standing up for your environment removed Communities should not

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  • Historic Scotland | 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 Historic Scotland By admin On Tuesday January 18th 2011 0 Comments Kinnaird Head Lighthouse One of Scotland s first lighthouses Kinnaird Head s fascinating story is to be re

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  • Schools closed but intranet is open! | The Aberdeen Reporter
    teaching methods despite their schools being closed They arranged a number of learning activities through GLOW the schools intranet and elsewhere in West Lothian the council there has also posted a wide range of work for pupils Education Secretary Michael Russell said Heavy snow and ice is making life difficult across the country Government local authorities and businesses are working hard to keep the country moving but while we all want to see our schools open some closures are unavoidable That s bad news for our pupils While a day or two playing in the snow is undoubtedly good fun the reality is that they could fall behind in their studies if this weather keeps up That s why I d like to highlight some of the good work been done by some of our local authorities in ensuring that their pupils can keep learning even when they can t physically get to school Aberdeenshire Council have arranged a series of innovative activities on literacy numeracy and science through GLOW The SNOW GLOW initiative is available for Primary pupils to log into remotely and has creative writing photographs and outdoor activities as part of it In West Lothian headteachers have been arranging for updated GLOW pages and posting work for pupils with particularly good examples at Carrondean Primary School and St Margaret s Academy While I understand that some schools are trying to reopen today and will continue to do so for the rest of the week the experts are predicting that this weather is set to continue I would urge local authorities and schools to embrace GLOW and other remote learning opportunities and what they can offer for the benefit of pupils who are unable to attend their local school Parents I am sure will also play their part

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  • HM Inspector of Prisons on Peterhead | The Aberdeen Reporter
    a report published today by HM Chief Inspector of Prisons The report also highlights concerns that there is insufficient provision to address offending behaviour and that very few prisoners are tested in less secure conditions before release Despite the poor fabric of the prison the report commends staff and management for maintaining high standards of prisoner care and highlights The prison is safe for both prisoners and staff The provision of medical and mental health services are good There is adequate access to constructive activity during the day Chief Inspector of Prisons Brigadier Hugh Monro said Conditions in Peterhead Prison remain among the worst of any establishment in Scotland I am particularly disappointed that the degrading practice of slopping out remains Given the specialist nature of Peterhead I am concerned about the insufficient provision for addressing offending behaviour and the small number of prisoners who are appropriately prepared and tested prior to release I have raised these issues in three of my six recommendations to the Scottish Prison Service and the Scottish Government and I would want to see them addressed as a matter of priority My inspection did find many positives in Peterhead Prison with a total of 16

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