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  • Flybe reopening Aberdeen base next year | The Aberdeen Reporter
    close down its operations has now found a way to increase routes from Scotland to London City and other regional airports in England This means that four Bombardier Q400 aircraft will be based in Aberdeen to serve these routes The fourth aircraft will be used for a further shuttle route but they are keeping the details of that under wraps right now It will be a UK route but the base allows the airline to connect to Scandinavia and other destinations Simmons was keen to point out that Flybe is now back in the black financially I am pleased to report that the success of the actions we were forced to take to return the airline to profitability and stimulate demand has brought us to the point where it now makes commercial sense to re open our Aberdeen base It is a testament to a year of recovery turnaround and the ultimate re birth of our airline We are really delighted to be able to do this It is good for the economy and good for Flybe This is a long term venture for us and a strong new beginning We are firmly wedded to Aberdeen and the rest of Scotland The First Minister said I launched the new Flybe flight to London City last month with the Spirit of Aberdeen aircraft These new aircraft have increased capacity as well as flying faster and the airline has already increased the number of flights from two to three The reopening of Flybe s Aberdeen base will mean 100 direct jobs for Aberdeen and it is extemely good news for Scottish connectivity to London It establishes Flybe as Scotland s main aviation partner As a North Eastern MSP I welcome the news As far as Air Passenger Duty is concerned the First

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  • Fraserburgh fishing boat lost | The Aberdeen Reporter
    heard from about 100 miles east of the Farne Islands The emergency beacon from the vessel began transmitting earlier today and the Coastguard tried to contact the skipper They also broadcast mayday relay messages which have been requesting all shipping to look out for the missing crew An RAF rescue helicopter went to the scene and two people were found alive in the water and winched to safety The Norwegian helicopter Rescue 1 was due to arrive on scene to relieve the RAF rescue helicopter Earlier today Mike Puplett Humber Coastguard Watch Manager said We will continue searching as long as necessary We still have the benefit of daylight and fairly favourable weather conditions for searching This evening the latest news from the Marine and Coastguard Agency is that an RAF search and rescue helicopter is continuing to search for the other two crew members Commenting on the loss of The Ocean Way Fisheries Minister Richard Lochhead said I am very sorry to hear about the loss of the Fraserburgh registered fishing vessel The Ocean Way that has tragically resulted in fatalities This is a terrible tragedy and my thoughts are with the loved ones and friends of the crew

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  • Top casinos… one is in Aberdeen….. | The Aberdeen Reporter

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  • Film preview – Searching for Sugar Man | The Aberdeen Reporter

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    Original URL path: /2012/07/film-preview-searching-for-sugar-man/ (2016-02-13)

  • Film Review – You Say You Want A Revolution? Let’s Gdansk | The Aberdeen Reporter
    law But guys still have to make a buck somehow and dodgy deals in foreign currencies where the Dollar reigns supreme is a thriving business and a very dangerous one where the Secret Police are involved Meanwhile for rough diamond conmen card sharps Sonny Cezary Pazura and Janek Borys Szyc their sleight of hand trickery remains profitable as long as they remain alive Conning half your money back from the Militia just after you ve bribed them certainly compromises that intention Roulette Sztos 2 is a hustle and scam grifter buddy road movie with a morality tale denouement sting There are plenty of engagingly vulgar comedy set pieces such as Sonny and Janek entertaining two ladies of profession affection In the giddy throes of priapic consummation the ladies partner on seeking purchase on the spinning turntable inadvertently discovers scratch mixing years before the bros in d hood had a clue Meanwhile as ominous tank tracks rumble outside Sonny rumbles something very unexpected inside Victoria s underwear The later lock in buddy booze up scene and subsequent karaoke carnage is well flagged gauche in its contrivance and all the more entertaining for it Whilst allowing for generous slapstick comic license Roulette Szetos 2 sustains a pithy non self reverential satirical swipe at totalitarianism s bungling but nonetheless brutal suffocation set against Everyman s struggle against the odds The context of Solidarity remains in the background although one might do well to keep it in mind at journey s end The film s ethos posits the theory that more than anything Solidarity s eventual overthrow of Communism was not predicated on the struggle to escape the shackles of oppression More that eating pickled cabbage morning noon and night and wearing those hideous polyester flares and delta wing rayon shirt collars was the

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  • Northlight brightens the way for future music making | The Aberdeen Reporter
    Ltd The work was performed by a combined Community Chorus comprising people who contributed to the composition along with members of the RSNO Chorus and the RSNO at the Music Hall Aberdeen on Thursday 6 October 2011 Now the project will be used by Scotland s national orchestra as a successful example of how arts organisations and local communities can come together in a meaningful way to produce long lasting legacies Director of Education and Community Partnerships Ellen Thomson It was a huge privilege for the RSNO to run the Northlight project We set out to take the inspirational experiences of live music making to the North East and to celebrate this with a full scale orchestral concert with opportunities for people to take part regardless of their musical experiences The commitment given to the project by individuals combined with the enthusiasm of all the choirs was a joy to see We are looking forward to sharing the success of our work and the challenges we overcame throughout this eight month project Jayne Carmichael Norrie I cannot overestimate how instrumental the Northlight project was in the musical development of the children in my choir Their enthusiasm appreciation and confidence is sky high Performing in a concert doesn t seem to phase them that much anymore as they have already played with some of the best musicians in the world To think that when we started a majority of the children in my choir had never heard a live orchestra and they came en masse to support their RSNO friends at their recent performance of Sibelius 5 is something that makes me very proud of my choir and very grateful to the RSNO Joss Atkin Head Teacher of Tullos Primary School The Primary children really engaged with the project It gave

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  • British mountaineer Andy Kirkpatrick’s Cold Wars | The Aberdeen Reporter

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    Original URL path: /2011/10/british-mountaineer-andy-kirkpatricks-cold-wars/ (2016-02-13)

  • His Majesty’s Theatre – Hormonal Housewives | The Aberdeen Reporter
    Music Published On Thu Oct 6th 2011 at 2 32pm Culture What s On By admin His Majesty s Theatre Hormonal Housewives Share This Tags Aberdeen Carol Smillie His Majesty s Hormonal Housewives Following last year s sell out tour Carol Smillie once again leads the cast in the hilarious comedy Hormonal Housewives which embarks upon a limited tour of selected venues in Scotland in November 2011 Carol Smillie is a beautiful mover and a good actress Julie Coombe has moments of comic genius The Scotsman Join Carol Smillie and friends in an evening of excessive laughter as they battle against weight gain weight loss mood swings wine PMS men going to the gym men waxing stretch marks men chocolate upper lip hair chocolate men chocolate and all of the other joys of being a 21st Century girl Julie Coombe and Shona Price also return to join Carol Smillie on stage Hormonal Housewives is written by husband and wife team Julie Coombe and John MacIsaac You can catch this hilarious show at His Majesty s in November ABERDEEN His Majesty s Theatre Wed 16 Sat 19 Nov 01224 641122 www boxofficeaberdeen com About the Author admin Related News Top casinos

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