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Kym Sims
Kym Sims (born 23 August 1966) is an American singer, whose biggest success came outside her home market. Sims began her career as an advertising jingle singer before breaking through into the dance music market.

Stagecoach announces plans to increase bus services across north-east

Stagecoach announces plans to increase bus services across north-east
Bus operator Stagecoach has announced plans to increase services across Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and Moray from next week.
Services connecting Aberdeen to Elgin, Inverness, Banff, Peterhead and Fraserburgh are all set to welcome more journeys from April 19.
From the same date, Service X17 connecting Aberdeen city with Prime4 Business Park, Kingswells P&R and Westhill will be replaced with services 4, 5 and 6.
The operator says this change formed part of the public consultation held by Stagecoach in February 2020, but the introduction of the revised service was postponed due to the impact of the pandemic. 

COVID-19: Top Chinese official admits efficacy of China's vaccines is low

COVID-19: Top Chinese official admits efficacy of China's vaccines is low
China's top disease control official has admitted that the efficacy of the country's coronavirus vaccines is low - and mixing them is among the strategies being considered to boost their effectiveness.
Gao Fu, the director of the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, said efficacy rates needed improving, in the rare admission.
Giving people doses of different vaccines is one way to improve vaccines that "don't have very high rates of protection", he said.
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"Inoculation using vaccines of different technical lines is being considered," he added, during a conference in the Chinese city of Chengdu.

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Busted are an English pop rock band from Southend-on-Sea, Essex, consisting of James Bourne, Matt Willis and Charlie Simpson. Formed in 2001, the band had four UK number-one singles, released two studio albums,
Busted (2002) and
A Present for Everyone (2003), one compilation album and one live album before breaking up in January 2005 following Simpson's decision to pursue a career fronting post-hardcore band Fightstar. They have also won two Brit Awards and won The Record of the Year in 2004 with their single "Thunderbirds", amongst other awards. Busted have sold over 5 million albums worldwide.
In November 2013, Willis and Bourne announced plans to tour together with McFly as the supergroup McBusted in 2014, and this continued into 2015. On 10 November 2015, it was revealed that Simpson had rejoined Busted after successful secret writing sessions. The band then embarked on the Pigs Can Fly arena tour in May 2016 and released their third studio album,

COVID-19: England's pubs, restaurants and shops prepare for Monday reopening - but PM postpones his pint

England's coronavirus restrictions will be eased further on Monday, with pubs and restaurants allowed to serve customers outdoors.

Prince Philip: Countess of Wessex shares duke's final moments, saying his death was 'so gentle'

The Countess of Wessex has shared details of Prince Philip's final moments, describing his death as very peaceful.

Second man due in court over death at Aberdeen high rise

Second man due in court over death at Aberdeen high rise
A 17-year-old is set to appear at Aberdeen Sheriff Court today after he was arrested and charged in connection with a death at a high rise in Aberdeen.
Scott Hector, 20, died following an incident at Marischal Court on Friday - his death is being treated as murder. 
An 18-year-old will also appear in court today after he was charged on Saturday in connection with the same incident. 
Police were called out to the property at round 7am on Friday. 
Mr Hector's family paid tribute to their "dearly beloved son" in a statement. 

Rapid, twice-weekly COVID tests to be offered to everyone in England - including home delivery

Rapid, twice-weekly COVID tests to be offered to everyone in England - including home delivery
It is aimed at people without symptoms, because one in three people with
coronavirus don't have them and may be spreading the virus unwittingly.
The government says the offer is currently for England only and the devolved administrations in
Northern Ireland will make their own decisions.
A major marketing campaign encouraging people to take up the offer of twice-weekly lateral flow tests will also start in England this Friday.
Tests will be available through:
• A home ordering service, which allows people to order lateral flow tests online to be delivered to their home

New Ofcom protections for TV contestants require broadcasters to take 'due care' over their mental health

Broadcasters are required to take better care of TV contestants' mental health under new Ofcom rules that come into force today.

Mozambique insurgency: Unseen pictures show 'carnage' of Islamic State attack that killed British man

Mozambique insurgency: Unseen pictures show 'carnage' of Islamic State attack that killed British man
Mozambique is in the throes of an insurgency by Islamic State-linked militants, which has left a British man among those killed.
Dozens were killed in an attack last month in the town of Palma - with Briton Philip Mawer among them.
Chief correspondent Stuart Ramsay reports on pictures of the aftermath passed exclusively to Sky News.
The first pictures of the attack by Islamist militants on the northern
Mozambique town of Palma show scenes of absolute carnage and a hectic rescue mission to save survivors who were being hunted down by insurgents.

COVID-19: UK reports another 10 coronavirus deaths - and lowest cases since September

Another 10 coronavirus-related deaths have been reported in the UK for the second day running, while new cases are at their lowest since early September.

Taiwan: At least 48 killed and dozens injured after train 'crashes into truck' and derails

Taiwan: At least 48 killed and dozens injured after train 'crashes into truck' and derails
At least 48 people have died and more than 100 others have been injured after a train derailed in eastern Taiwan, officials have said.
The train, carrying around 490 people, is believed to have come off the rails in a tunnel just north of Hualien causing some carriages to hit the wall of the tunnel.
It is believed to have hit a truck that was "not parked properly" and is suspected to have slid onto the train tracks in the mountainous area, the official Central News Agency said.
Between 80 and 100 people have been evacuated from the first four carriages of the train, while carriages five to eight have "deformed" and are hard to gain access to, firefighters said.

Boris Johnson's most senior black adviser to step down in May

Boris Johnson's most senior black adviser to step down in May
Samuel Kasumu will leave his post as special adviser for civil society and communities in May.
The news comes a day after a government-backed review of racial disparities in Britain
was published.
Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities' 258-page report was criticised for being "steeped in denial".
But a Number 10 spokesman rejected reports that Mr Kasumu's resignation, first reported by Politico, was linked to this.
"Mr Kasumu has played an incredibly valuable role during his time at No 10," he said.
"As he previously set out, he will be leaving government in May - this has been his plan for several months and has not changed.

North-east hospital patients to benefit from new surgical robots

North-east hospital patients to benefit from new surgical robots
NHS Grampian has unveiled three new surgical robots as part of a £3.5 million investment in improving patient care and reducing waiting times in the region.  
Medics in the north-east were the first at a board in Scotland to have a robotic-assisted surgical system in 2015, and since then have seen improved and shorter recovery times for those who are operated on using them.
The latest cutting-edge surgical technology, two new da Vinci Xi robots, and a Mako Robotic-Arm Assisted Surgery System for orthopaedic joint replacement surgery, comes as NHS Grampian moves to increase capacity, as it looks to emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic to treat more patients more quickly.

North-east rail passengers face second weekend of disruption due to strike action

North-east rail passengers face second weekend of disruption due to strike action
Rail passengers in the north-east are facing a second weekend of disruption due to strike action.
Members of the RMT union will walk out on Sunday in a dispute with ScotRail over rest day working pay.
Staff already took part in industrial action last Sunday, resulting in services to and from Aberdeen being cancelled.
Mick Cash, RMT general secretary, said: "I have no doubt that our ScotRail members will continue to show full support and stand shoulder to shoulder during the days of industrial action exactly as they did last Sunday. 

Richard Okorogheye: Mother of missing student says 'someone was waiting for him'

The mother of a student who has been missing for more than a week believes he met someone online who built his confidence and trust.

More than two million people receive first dose of a coronavirus vaccine in Scotland

More than two million people receive first dose of a coronavirus vaccine in Scotland
Scotland's coronavirus vaccination programme has reached the two million mark for people being provided a first dose of a vaccine.
The milestone was reached today, just more than three months after the first Covid-19 vaccine was administered north of the border.
44% of the adult population across the country have now had a first dose.
Across the UK, more than 25 million people have been offered a first dose of a vaccine.
Department for Health figures show nearly half of all British adults have received a jag.
Meanwhile, Scotland's vaccination programme is making progress through groups 6 and 7 on the priority list.

Aberdeenshire Council pledge to minimise job losses in budget

Aberdeenshire Council pledge to minimise job losses in budget
In the meeting, councillors pledged to minimise compulsory redundancies for their north-east staff.
They had to find £24 million for the upcoming year and opted to avoid cuts by adapting a policy of "natural wastage". 
It means they are likely to not replace staff who retire or leave but will "train and upskill" their current employees to fill the empty roles. 
Councillor leader Andy Kille said: "Every resident in Aberdeenshire will feel the the benefit of this budget, the investment we're making today will reach every corner of the wards we represent." 

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Two suffer serious injuries in Aberdeenshire crash

Two people have suffered serious injuries after a crash on the A90 in Aberdeenshire.

COVID infection rate in England at lowest level since September

The prevalence of coronavirus in England has fallen again - to the lowest level since late September, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

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Funding to support north-east ports and harbours after Brexit

Ports and harbours in the north-east are sharing in Scottish Government funding - designed to help mitigate lost revenue in the wake of Brexit.

Police probe after Aberdeen property set on fire

Police probe after Aberdeen property set on fire
Fire crews were called to the scene at around 11.50pm.
Sergeant Terence Brady said: "Fortunately no one was injured but damage was caused to the property and enquiries are ongoing to establish the full circumstances.
"Anyone with information about what happened or who may have seen something suspicious is asked to contact us on 101, quoting incident 3713 of Wednesday March 10."

£100 Covid-19 grants available for low-income families in Aberdeen

Aberdeen City Council is administering funds to assist local low-income families with children of pre-school age during the pandemic.

£150m city regeneration plan and council tax frozen as councillors approve budget

Councillors in Aberdeen have agreed to freeze council tax for the coming year - as they also set out plans for a £150 million regeneration focused on the city centre and beach area.

Prince William says 'we are very much not a racist family' and he hasn't spoken to Harry yet but plans to

Prince William has said his family is not racist and he has not yet spoken to his brother since Harry and Meghan's explosive interview.

Judas And The Black Messiah director: 'I wouldn't have made the film without Daniel Kaluuya - he's one of the best actors in the world'

There's a reason that civil rights activist and Black Panther deputy chairman Fred Hampton's story is little known, according to filmmaker Shaka King - because it would contradict everything America represents.

Glass installed as bookies' favourite to become next Aberdeen boss

Glass installed as bookies' favourite to become next Aberdeen boss
Former Aberdeen midfielder Stephen Glass is the bookies' favourite to take over as manager following the departure of Derek McInnes.
The 44-year-old is currently a coach with Atlanta United in the US - a club that have close links with the Dons.
He played for the Dons between 1994 and 1998 and made more than 100 appearances.
Others being quoted at short odds to take over include the former Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson, who left Fir Park earlier this season, Enzo Maresca - an Italian coach at Manchester City's academy, who has also been quoted for the Celtic job - Paul Sheerin, who is taking interim charge of the Dons for the remainder of the season, and former Scotland managers Craig Levein and Gordon Strachan.

Free Aberdeen Uni courses for people left out of work by Covid-19

Free Aberdeen Uni courses for people left out of work by Covid-19
Aberdeen University is offering people the chance to study a range of online short courses for free - in a bid to help those whose employment has been affected by Covid-19.
Since August, nearly 500 people have participated in 36 courses at the university at no cost, thanks to a fund that is designed to help people whose livelihoods have been impacted by the pandemic to retrain or upskill.
The third and final phase of the scheme, which launches today, will see £205,692 allocated to fund more than 200 free places. Applications are now open until 5pm on Monday March 22, with the courses starting in May and June this year.

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Pitbull or
Mr. Worldwide, is an American rapper. His first recorded mainstream performance was on a solo track from Lil Jon's 2002 album
Kings of Crunk. In 2004, Pitbull released his debut album
M.I.A.M.I. under TVT Records. It included production producers Lil Jon and Jim Jonsin. Pitbull later released his second album
El Mariel, in 2006 and his third,
The Boatlift, in 2007. His fourth album,
Rebelution (2009), included his breakthrough hit single "I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho)", which peaked at number two on the US
Billboard Hot 100.
Pitbull's 2011 album
Planet Pit, featured the single "Give Me Everything", which was his first US number-one single. His 2013 track "Timber" from his

Public given access to asymptomatic Covid-19 testing centre in Aberdeen

Public given access to asymptomatic Covid-19 testing centre in Aberdeen
An asymptomatic coronavirus testing centre in Aberdeen is being opened up for use by the public.
So far, only key workers and students have been able to use the facility at Aberdeen University's Butchart Centre on University Road.
But as of tomorrow (Monday March 8) anyone in the city can book an appointment using the online portal here.
Health experts believe about one in three people with Covid-19 do not show any symptoms and may spread the virus without realising.
Jillian Evans, NHS Grampian's head of health intelligence, said: "Community testing is voluntary but we hope that providing easy access to tests for any member of the public as well as key workers without symptoms, will encourage people to come forward. 

New funding to bring 10 hydrogen buses to Aberdeen

New funding to bring 10 hydrogen buses to Aberdeen
New funding has been given to Aberdeen City Council for the introduction of 10 hydrogen buses to the city's public transport fleet.
The £4.5 million comes from the £62m Energy Transition Fund, which was set up in an attempt to drive a green recovery from Covid-19 and support the energy sector's transition to a net-zero economy.
The Scottish Government says the hydrogen industry has the potential to be worth up to £25 billion to the country's economy by 2045. It has already committed to spending £100m over the next five years to stimulate the sector and its supply chain.

Over half of Scotland's care home residents given second dose of Covid-19 vaccine

More than half of residents in Scotland's care homes have now received their second dose of a Covid-19 vaccine.

Seven men arrested after drugs worth nearly £40k seized in Aberdeen

Seven men arrested after drugs worth nearly £40k seized in Aberdeen
Seven men have been charged after police recovered nearly £40,000 worth of class A drugs in Aberdeen.
Officers raided properties on Richmond Terrace and Balnagask Avenue yesterday, while several vehicles were searched in the city centre and other areas.
Heroin and cocaine were seized - with estimated street values of £32,000 and £7,000 respectively.
The males, aged 17, 21, 24, 26, 39, 42 and 45, are expected to appear at Aberdeen Sheriff Court on Monday March 8 and Thursday April 1.
Detective Inspector Sam Buchan from north-east CID said: "These seizures again demonstrate our ongoing commitment to tackling the illegal supply of drugs in our communities and arresting those criminals responsible.

Asymptomatic coronavirus testing centre opens in Peterhead

Asymptomatic coronavirus testing centre opens in Peterhead
A new asymptomatic coronavirus testing centre has opened in Peterhead.
The facility will run for the next 12 weeks - and offers a drop-in service for anyone who wants to get checked for the virus, but does not have any symptoms.
It is operating out of Rescue Hall on Prince Street from 8am to 8pm, seven days a week, with the last admission at 7.45pm.
Anyone who lives, works or studies in the town can access the site, with results provided on the day.
A statement from Aberdeenshire Council said: "It is estimated that one in three people with coronavirus do not display symptoms and therefore some individuals will be spreading the virus without realising it.

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Infernal (occasionally stylized as
Infërnal) is a dance/pop group from Denmark, consisting of members Lina Rafn and Paw Lagermann. They made their Danish debut in 1997 with the release of the track "Sorti de L'enfer", and have gone on to international chart success in recent years. Their most successful single to date has been "From Paris to Berlin", which charted well in many European countries throughout 2006 and 2007. In addition to the original single, an alternate version was released in the UK titled "From London to Berlin", supporting England in the 2006 Football World Cup.
Infernal have released four studio albums, with the 1998 debut album

Police appeal after woman assaulted in Aberdeen

Police appeal after woman assaulted in Aberdeen
The incident happened on Westburn Road at around 10.30pm on Sunday (February 28).
The victim, a 30-year-old woman, was left shaken by the incident.
The suspect is described as being a man, black, around 6ft tall and of average build, with short shaved hair and a non-British accent. He was wearing a black top and jacket, with black tracksuit bottoms which had a white stripe down both legs. He was riding a pedal cycle.
Detective Sergeant Kevin McGhee, from the Aberdeen public protection unit, said: "We have had no similar incidents like this reported and are conducting extensive inquiries to identify the man as soon as possible.

Call for north-east drivers to help people reach Covid vaccine appointments

An appeal has been launched to find volunteer drivers - to help get people to their coronavirus vaccination appointments in the north-east.

Aberdeen researchers to investigate treatments for long Covid patients

A £296,000 study will investigate emerging models of rehabilitation for people suffering from the effects of long Covid - to recommend how best to maximise their recovery and quality of life.

Aberdeen councillors to consider statue of Denis Law

A bronze statue of football legend Denis Law could be built in Aberdeen.

Easing of coronavirus restrictions to be stricter under levels approach

Scotland is to take a stricter approach to easing coronavirus measures when the country returns to the levels system.

The Associates

The Associates
The Associates were a Scottish rock act, formed in Dundee in 1979 by singer Billy Mackenzie and guitarist Alan Rankine. The group first gained recognition after releasing an unauthorized cover of David Bowie's "Boys Keep Swinging" in 1979, which landed them a contract with Fiction Records. They followed with their debut album
The Affectionate Punch in 1980 and the singles collection
Fourth Drawer Down in 1981, both to critical praise.
They achieved commercial success in 1982 with the UK Top 10 album
Sulk and UK Top 20 singles "Party Fears Two" and "Club Country", during which time they were associated with the New Pop movement. Rankine left the group that year, leaving Mackenzie to record under the Associates name until 1990. They briefly reunited in 1993. Mackenzie died in 1997.

All school pupils to have some in-person teaching from March 15

All school pupils to have some in-person teaching from March 15
Primary one to three children have already returned full-time to the classroom.
But as of the middle of this month, P4-7 youngsters will also return to schools full-time - ending more than two months of home schooling.
All secondary school students will be given some face-to-face teaching from that date, before they return full-time after the Easter break.
Senior phase students (S4-S6) who are taking national qualifications will have priority for face-to-face lessons in school.
Councils will decide at a local level what the blend of in-person and home schooling looks like for teenagers.

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Europe is a Swedish rock band formed in Upplands Väsby in 1979, by vocalist Joey Tempest, guitarist John Norum, bass guitarist Peter Olsson, and drummer Tony Reno. They got a major breakthrough in Sweden in 1982 by winning the televised competition "
Rock-SM" (Swedish Rock Championships) It was the first time this competition was held, and Europe became a larger success than the competition itself.
Since their formation Europe has released eleven studio albums, three live albums, three compilations and twenty-three music videos.
Europe rose to international fame in the 1980s with their third album, 1986's
The Final Countdown, which has sold over 3 million copies in the United States and 15 million copies worldwide (including album and single). Europe have sold over 25 million records worldwide. The band has had two top 20 albums on the

Police believe fire at former north-east hotel started deliberately

Police say a fire at a former north-east hotel is thought to have been started deliberately.

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