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evening classes hit THE programme of evening classes organised by the Workers Education Association in Aberdeen has been "’decimated” following massive increases in fees charged the regional council, claims the association’s assistant secretary. Miss Christine Aldred. She saiid
30 November 1977 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
bumper older TYNESIDE’S £6O million share the giant shipping order from Poland seemed lost-for ever last night. Despite a last-ditch

bumper older TYNESIDE’S £6O million share the giant shipping order from Poland seemed lost-for ever last night. Despite a last-ditch

bid by company chiefs and union loaders to save the deal, the state-owned Br lish Ship, builders announced they were going ahead with re-allocating the order elsewhere. A mass meeting of 1700 outfitters at the Swan Hunter yards had earlier decided to keep up their overtime can d
30 November 1977 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
cut by £20,000 TWO Dutch skippers fined £25,000 each at Aberdeen and Lerwick for illegally fishing for herring on July

cut by £20,000 TWO Dutch skippers fined £25,000 each at Aberdeen and Lerwick for illegally fishing for herring on July

1 within British limits in the North Sea, had their fines cut to £5OOO each by the Justiciary Appeal Court in Edinburgh yesterday. The court did not interfere with orders confiscating their gear and catches. Nicholas De Niet. master the Maria, was fined Sheriff Morris Rose Abeid
30 November 1977 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
-The ill problems of falling in

-The ill problems of falling in

Scourie, said that he had no basic oadieai supplies to enable him "to deal intelligently with patients instead bundling them into ambulance and hoping for toe hart.'’ Bis surgery, dispensary and waiting-room at Scourie described as “cramped and almost Dickensian,” although facil
30 November 1977 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Clampdown on ‘insider’ deals

Clampdown on ‘insider’ deals

PLANS to make insider dealing a criminal offence with a maximum of two years imprisonment, and an unlimited fine for those convicted have been revealed in a White Paper by Trade Secretary, Mr Edmund Dell. But when it will reach the Statute Book is uncertain as the pressure on Pa
30 November 1977 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MACHINERY PLANT

MACHINERY PLANT

30 November 1977 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Grampian win Nigg outfall By BARBARA SUTTAR

Grampian win Nigg outfall By BARBARA SUTTAR

GRAMPIAN Regional Council bare toy tie committee and Ihe chairman,; won the battle with the Government Oaencillar the Earl trf ’Ktntore, told over the lone sea outfall for Aher- memtoe®'® had won the fisht by; ■deen’s se>wage, ev«a teel >t ® on Yesterday the region’s water servi
30 November 1977 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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30 November 1977 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SMtLLIE'S BAKE A BETTER CHRISTMAS Order your Christmas Cake and ■•* Logs from ;r. r, Mid Street, Keith T **

SMtLLIE'S BAKE A BETTER CHRISTMAS Order your Christmas Cake and ■•* Logs from ;r. r, Mid Street, Keith T **

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30 November 1977 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PETER LAWRENCE

PETER LAWRENCE

Stocks a wide range of Toys for children of all ages. Come now and choose your present* THE SQUARE. ABERCHIRDER AUTOSPARES KENNETHMONT «re able to supply you with all types spare parts for your car T«l Kenhethmom 611 Now*
30 November 1977 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland