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SCOTTISH Secretary Malcolm Rifkind today congratulated the North-east on not putting all its eggs in the offshore oil basket. Over the last 25 years Aberdeen had become synonymous with the oil Industry “but the people of Aberdeen and the North-east realise that the area must not
DESPITE pressures threatening to wipe out more than £2 million of Aberdeen District Council’s savings, there are hopeful signs that the city’s finances can remain in good shape, as ROBERT McAllister reports.