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Bowtech awarded major ROV vision contract    07-12-2010
Fugro acquires Riise Underwater Engineering AS in Norway    03-12-2010
Ensco plc Sublets ENSCO 8503 Ultra-Deepwater Semisubmersible Drilling Rig    02-12-2010
Aker Solutions signs world first subsea gas compression contract    02-12-2010
FMC Technologies and Petrobras Sign Memorandum of Understanding    01-12-2010
LOI With Dolphin Concerning Charter Agreements For Two 14 Streamer And One 2d/ice Seismic Vessels    29-11-2010
Grenland Group enters contract with FMC Technologies    26-11-2010
Fugro awarded 3 long-term ROV support vessel contracts in Brazil    26-11-2010
Aker Solutions signs first subsea contract with CNOOC    26-11-2010
Technip Inaugurates Its Asiaflex Products Plant in Malaysia    26-11-2010


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1 - Insurers must pay small firms for Covid lockdown losses
2 - UK economy shrank by 2.6% in November as services suffered
3 - Covid-19: Brazil virus already in UK ‘not variant of concern’, scientist says
4 - Tighter rules to be introduced for shops in Wales
5 - UK weather: Snow and ice warnings for England and Scotland
6 - Covid: Fake news 'causing UK South Asians to reject jab'
7 - Technical issue resolved after '150,000 police records lost'
8 - Coronavirus: Student nurses 'at risk' without insurance on placement
9 - Judges reject Lockerbie bomber's appeal against conviction
10 - Dutch Rutte government resigns over child welfare fraud scandal
11 - Sylvain Sylvain: New York Dolls guitarist dies aged 69
12 - Biden Twitter account 'starts from zero' with no Trump followers
13 - In pictures: Winter scenes from around the UK
14 - NYC bendy bus left drooping from overpass in Bronx
15 - Why Bez wants people to 'get buzzin' in lockdown'
16 - Johan 'N0tail' Sundstein: Inside the world's richest e-sports player's mansion
17 - 'It kind of makes debt cool – and it's not'
18 - TikTok level crossing stunt 'staggeringly stupid'
19 - Young, black and more likely to die in Brazil
20 - Colourising historical photos of the civil rights movement
21 - Mass snowball fight breaks out in Leeds park
22 - Colour blind man: 'There's no way you see all this'
23 - The Papers: Infection rate 'hope' - but care home cases rise
24 - The Blue Lotus: Rare Tintin painting sells for record €3.2m
25 - Deputy Speaker stops MP talking 'like a Dalek'
26 - Brexit: 'Most difficult week I've had in this job in 20 years'
27 - Covid-19: St Mary’s and Charing Cross Hospital 10 months on
28 - Sutton Hoo: 'I taught Ralph Fiennes Suffolk accent' for Netflix film
29 - Coronavirus: 'Wall to wall with people' on London underground
30 - Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra: Does stylus spell end of the Note?
31 - The Scottish postman behind 'Sea Shanty TikTok'
32 - CES 2021: Smart pillows and internet-connected smoothies
33 - How RuPaul's Drag Race UK faced Covid challenge
34 - Covid-19: 'One medic saw eight people die in a single shift'
35 - Talia Dean: 'My back pain was misdiagnosed for 15 years - now I can't dance'
36 - Finding Alice: How Keeley Hawes drama offers 'authentic' image of grief
37 - Rules of origin: Why are Percy Pigs a headache for M&S?
38 - You Me At Six: Why rock stars don't need to drink
39 - Villarejo: The rise and fall of the Spanish state's secret fixer
40 - Covid: Frank Turner livestream gigs for struggling venues return
41 - Root hits unbeaten 168 as England dominate Sri Lanka
42 - Labuschagne punishes India with century on day one of decisive Test
43 - Why I’m backing resilient Liverpool to beat in-form Man Utd - Murphy analysis
44 - Rooney confirmed as full-time manager of Derby
45 - After three appearances and eight loans in 10 years, Chelsea's longest-serving player leaves
46 - Covid: How worrying are the UK, South Africa, and Brazil coronavirus variants?
47 - Covid symptoms: Is it a cold, flu or coronavirus?
48 - Covid: What are the new UK travel rules?
49 - Which shops are open and what are the rules about click-and-collect?
50 - Covid immunity: Can you catch it twice?
51 - Covid: What are the lockdown rules across the UK?
52 - Coronavirus: Should I start taking vitamin D?
53 - Coronavirus cure: What progress are we making on treatments?
54 - Can I hug my vaccinated dad? And other questions
55 - Coronavirus: What are the rules for face masks or face coverings?
56 - Covid: What free school meals are children supposed to get?
57 - Covid vaccine: When will you be eligible?
58 - Inside Newcastle's Covid mass vaccination centre
59 - Lockdown Learning: BBC puts school materials on TV, iPlayer and online
60 - Home-schooling: How to help your child’s online learning
1 - Insurers must pay small firms for Covid lockdown losses

A Supreme Court ruling provides a lifeline for many firms that had business interruption insurance.

1/15/2021 11:23:30 AM

2 - UK economy shrank by 2.6% in November as services suffered

Coronavirus restrictions in England affected services, with pubs and hairdressers badly hit.

1/15/2021 11:50:51 AM

3 - Covid-19: Brazil virus already in UK ‘not variant of concern’, scientist says

A variant that is thought to be more infectious has not been found in the UK, scientist says.

1/15/2021 1:58:21 PM

4 - Tighter rules to be introduced for shops in Wales

First Minister Mark Drakeford says there is "no doubt at all" Covid-19 is spreading in shops.

1/15/2021 1:38:56 PM

5 - UK weather: Snow and ice warnings for England and Scotland

Some areas could see freezing temperatures and 5-10cm of snow on Saturday, the Met Office says.

1/15/2021 1:56:45 PM

6 - Covid: Fake news 'causing UK South Asians to reject jab'

The NHS fears some communities are being targeted with misinformation, a leading doctor says.

1/15/2021 6:01:08 AM

7 - Technical issue resolved after '150,000 police records lost'

The Home Office says it is working to "assess the impact" of the issue, which has been resolved.

1/15/2021 12:52:29 PM

8 - Coronavirus: Student nurses 'at risk' without insurance on placement

Government has introduced scheme for third year students, but others still left unprotected.

1/15/2021 11:42:17 AM

9 - Judges reject Lockerbie bomber's appeal against conviction

The family of Abdelbaset al-Megrahi had launched the posthumous bid to overturn his conviction.

1/15/2021 1:54:38 PM

10 - Dutch Rutte government resigns over child welfare fraud scandal

Mark Rutte's cabinet resigns after families were wrongly accused and many faced financial problems.

1/15/2021 2:05:18 PM

11 - Sylvain Sylvain: New York Dolls guitarist dies aged 69

He helped kick-start punk and new wave, and was an influence on the Sex Pistols and Guns N' Roses.

1/15/2021 10:01:00 AM

12 - Biden Twitter account 'starts from zero' with no Trump followers

Joe Biden's presidential Twitter account launches with no followers transferred from President Trump.

1/15/2021 12:52:02 PM

13 - In pictures: Winter scenes from around the UK

As temperatures drop, wintry weather has brought snow, frost and flooding to parts of the UK.

1/15/2021 12:07:58 PM

14 - NYC bendy bus left drooping from overpass in Bronx

Several people are hurt as a bus plunges from an overpass in the Bronx on to an access road below.

1/15/2021 8:17:11 AM

15 - Why Bez wants people to 'get buzzin' in lockdown'

Joe Wicks inspired the nation to get moving during the first lockdown, but there's a new character on the fitness scene.

1/15/2021 11:32:39 AM

16 - Johan 'N0tail' Sundstein: Inside the world's richest e-sports player's mansion

Johan "N0tail" Sundstein has earned more than $7.4m (£5.4m) in prize money to date.

1/15/2021 12:03:23 AM

17 - 'It kind of makes debt cool – and it's not'

Some MPs worry "buy now, pay later" services could be tempting online shoppers into overspending.

1/15/2021 12:04:08 AM

18 - TikTok level crossing stunt 'staggeringly stupid'

Police and rail bosses condemn a social media post featuring a car parked on a level crossing.

1/14/2021 9:27:08 PM

19 - Young, black and more likely to die in Brazil

A BBC investigation uncovers who is most at risk of lethal police violence in Brazil.

1/15/2021 12:04:11 AM

20 - Colourising historical photos of the civil rights movement

Jordan J Lloyd has added digital colour to black-and-white photos of Dr King and the civil rights movement.

1/15/2021 12:24:17 AM

21 - Mass snowball fight breaks out in Leeds park

Hundreds are seen as snow covers Hyde Park in Leeds despite coronavirus rules on mass gatherings.

1/14/2021 7:03:57 PM

22 - Colour blind man: 'There's no way you see all this'

For his birthday, McKinley Erves received glasses that allow him see colours more vibrantly.

1/14/2021 7:36:16 PM

23 - The Papers: Infection rate 'hope' - but care home cases rise

A mix of stories, many on the coronavirus pandemic, lead Friday's newspapers.

1/15/2021 1:22:03 AM

24 - The Blue Lotus: Rare Tintin painting sells for record €3.2m

The record-breaking illustration was originally intended as the cover of the fifth Tintin book.

1/14/2021 5:01:27 PM

25 - Deputy Speaker stops MP talking 'like a Dalek'

As Scott Mann started his virtual speech to the Commons, it became clear that his audio was wrong.

1/14/2021 6:03:21 PM

26 - Brexit: 'Most difficult week I've had in this job in 20 years'

Some hauliers say they have faced long delays and fear things will get worse before they get better.

1/15/2021 10:08:02 AM

27 - Covid-19: St Mary’s and Charing Cross Hospital 10 months on

How Covid wards in one of Britain's major hospital is coping - ten months on.

1/14/2021 6:09:54 PM

28 - Sutton Hoo: 'I taught Ralph Fiennes Suffolk accent' for Netflix film

Charlie Haylock says he initially thought the request "was a scam".

1/14/2021 4:55:55 PM

29 - Coronavirus: 'Wall to wall with people' on London underground

Footage shows a large crowd of people waiting to board a Tube train at Canning Town station.

1/14/2021 5:28:53 PM

30 - Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra: Does stylus spell end of the Note?

The S21 Ultra's support for an S Pen will fuel speculation that the Note range's days are numbered.

1/14/2021 3:00:18 PM

31 - The Scottish postman behind 'Sea Shanty TikTok'

Nathan Evans's renditions of the ancient songs have racked up millions of views on the video-sharing app.

1/14/2021 1:43:29 PM

32 - CES 2021: Smart pillows and internet-connected smoothies

The product tracks movements in the night to automatically adjust its height.

1/14/2021 4:03:28 PM

33 - How RuPaul's Drag Race UK faced Covid challenge

The queens of season two discuss coronavirus shutting production down, and how life changed for their drag.

1/14/2021 7:08:32 AM

34 - Covid-19: 'One medic saw eight people die in a single shift'

A therapist who arranges free mental health help for NHS workers says many are at "breaking point".

1/15/2021 2:22:11 AM

35 - Talia Dean: 'My back pain was misdiagnosed for 15 years - now I can't dance'

Singer Talia Dean was 18 when she first had symptoms of axial spondyloarthritis. It took 15 years to get a diagnosis.

1/15/2021 2:24:19 AM

36 - Finding Alice: How Keeley Hawes drama offers 'authentic' image of grief

The actress stars in Finding Alice about a woman left floundering after her partner's sudden death.

1/15/2021 2:14:16 AM

37 - Rules of origin: Why are Percy Pigs a headache for M&S?

Rules of origin are a key part of the UK's trade deal with the EU. What are they?

1/15/2021 2:26:32 AM

38 - You Me At Six: Why rock stars don't need to drink

Drummer Dan Flint gave up booze during the first national lockdown - he tells us why.

1/15/2021 2:25:50 AM

39 - Villarejo: The rise and fall of the Spanish state's secret fixer

An undercover policeman now facing trial amassed a hoard of Spanish state secrets.

1/15/2021 12:33:07 AM

40 - Covid: Frank Turner livestream gigs for struggling venues return

Folk-punk singer Frank Turner and three venue owners talk about the fight to save their businesses.

1/14/2021 6:33:27 AM

41 - Root hits unbeaten 168 as England dominate Sri Lanka

Captain Joe Root scores his first Test century since 2019 to help England build a substantial lead over Sri Lanka in the first Test in Galle.

1/15/2021 1:11:46 PM

42 - Labuschagne punishes India with century on day one of decisive Test

Marnus Labuschagne's century puts Australia on top after day one of the decisive fourth Test in Brisbane, as dropped catches cost India.

1/15/2021 8:53:51 AM

43 - Why I’m backing resilient Liverpool to beat in-form Man Utd - Murphy analysis

Manchester United are in form and top of the table but Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool have a history of remarkable resilience, says MOTD pundit and ex-Red Danny Murphy.

1/15/2021 11:02:21 AM

44 - Rooney confirmed as full-time manager of Derby

Former England captain Wayne Rooney is confirmed as the new full-time manager of Championship side Derby County.

1/15/2021 1:59:07 PM

45 - After three appearances and eight loans in 10 years, Chelsea's longest-serving player leaves

Lucas Piazon played - well, technically at least - under eight different Chelsea managers but he has now left the club for good.

1/15/2021 12:12:43 PM

46 - Covid: How worrying are the UK, South Africa, and Brazil coronavirus variants?

Scientists have discovered a new mutated version of the virus from Brazil, in addition to the ones from the UK and South Africa.

1/15/2021 11:17:45 AM

47 - Covid symptoms: Is it a cold, flu or coronavirus?

With similar symptoms, deciding whether or not you need to get tested for coronavirus can be tricky.

1/5/2021 3:07:11 PM

48 - Covid: What are the new UK travel rules?

Most travellers must self-isolate on arrival and an advance coronavirus test will soon be required.

1/15/2021 12:04:30 PM

49 - Which shops are open and what are the rules about click-and-collect?

There are strict rules across the UK about which shops can open during lockdown and how they must run.

1/14/2021 3:33:15 PM

50 - Covid immunity: Can you catch it twice?

Immunity is the crucial question and understanding it will tell us how the pandemic will end.

1/14/2021 1:21:11 PM

51 - Covid: What are the lockdown rules across the UK?

People across England are being urged to "double down" and stick to the lockdown rules.

1/13/2021 1:29:09 PM

52 - Coronavirus: Should I start taking vitamin D?

Some people might want to consider it during the pandemic. Here's why.

12/17/2020 8:08:01 AM

53 - Coronavirus cure: What progress are we making on treatments?

Teams around the world are looking into medicines for Covid-19 and scientists are starting to discover what works.

1/13/2021 12:39:40 PM

54 - Can I hug my vaccinated dad? And other questions

We answer some of your questions about vaccination, travel rules and school closures

1/12/2021 3:36:09 PM

55 - Coronavirus: What are the rules for face masks or face coverings?

People around the UK must now wear face coverings in many public places, but what are the rules?

1/13/2021 9:35:49 AM

56 - Covid: What free school meals are children supposed to get?

Free school meals are still available in lockdown and there are rules about what they should contain.

1/14/2021 4:03:36 PM

57 - Covid vaccine: When will you be eligible?

Three vaccines have been approved and two are being rolled out across the UK, so when might you get one?

1/13/2021 1:05:58 PM

58 - Inside Newcastle's Covid mass vaccination centre

Seven mass vaccination centres have opened across England to help deliver the Coronavirus vaccine.

1/11/2021 5:13:15 PM

59 - Lockdown Learning: BBC puts school materials on TV, iPlayer and online

As most schools close across the UK, lessons from BBC Bitesize move on to BBC Two and CBBC.

1/12/2021 10:14:57 AM

60 - Home-schooling: How to help your child’s online learning

There are plenty of online resources to help while schools are closed to most pupils.

1/12/2021 5:15:48 PM


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