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Girl taken to hospital after Aberdeen crash – Press and Journal


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Girl taken to hospital after Aberdeen crash
Press and Journal
A young girl has been taken to hospital after she was hit by a car in Aberdeen. Police were called to West North Street at around 3.40pm. The girl suffered minor injuries and was taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary as a precaution. Some traffic had built ...
Girl, 13, taken to hospital after being hit by car on Aberdeen roadAberdeen Evening Express
VIDEO: Casualty airlifted from North Sea oil rigEnergy Voice

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Concern at more Aberdeen fire engines stood down – BBC News


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Concern at more Aberdeen fire engines stood down
BBC News
Fresh concerns have been raised over a shortage of fire engine cover in Aberdeen. It follows confirmation that two more of the city’s six full-time fire appliances were stood down this week. The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said the two appliances
Anger over Aberdeen fire crew shortages after engines out of action for fourth time in three weeksAberdeen Evening Express

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University of Aberdeen’s new principal named as George Boyne – BBC News


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University of Aberdeen’s new principal named as George Boyne
BBC News
The new principal and vice chancellor of the University of Aberdeen has been named. Prof George Boyne will start the role in August, succeeding Prof Sir Ian Diamond, who announced his retirement last year after taking up the position in 2010. Prof
Professor George Boyne to take over as University of Aberdeen’s principal and vice-chancellor from AugustPress and Journal

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‘Prove doubters are wrong’ McInnes rallies Aberdeen for run-in – Aberdeen Evening Express


Aberdeen Evening Express

‘Prove doubters are wrong’ McInnes rallies Aberdeen for run-in
Aberdeen Evening Express
Boss Derek McInnes reckons critics will be lining up to question Aberdeen’s ability to finish second in the Premiership. He today urged his under-fire Reds to prove them wrong by finishing the campaign as league runners-up for a fourth successive
Former Aberdeen manager backs Dons to secure European football for fourth successive seasonPress and Journal
Aberdeen star Scott McKenna admits beating Rangers to second place will ease pain of Scottish Cup exitThe Scottish Sun
Report: Rangers striker Kenny Miller could join Aberdeen after Ibrox exitHITC
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