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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 - Biden and Putin praise Geneva summit talks but discord remains
2 - Care services investigating too many families - review
3 - Covid: Epidemic growing across England, says study
4 - NI first and deputy first minister nominations expected
5 - Manchester Arena Inquiry: ‘Unforgivable' security mistakes
6 - Shenzhou-12: China launches first crew to new space station
7 - Covid: Ryanair and Manchester Airport Group take legal action over travel traffic light system
8 - UK aid cuts risk millions of lives, warns World Health Organization
9 - Robyn Williams: Sacked Met officer wins appeal against dismissal
10 - Apple Daily: Hong Kong police arrest editor, four other executives
11 - MPs vote for a four-week delay to England's lockdown easing
12 - Thousandth dormouse brought back to the wild
13 - The Papers: 'Nuclear Dom' and return of holidays for vaccinated
14 - When Biden met Putin: Decoding the world leaders' body language
15 - Covid causes new environmental dilemma for India’s Ganges River
16 - Tom McClean: The man who still dreams of crossing Atlantic in a whale
17 - Botswana diamond could be world's third largest
18 - Peruvians reweave Incan 'living bridge' over river
19 - Bigfoot: How the Primal Scream-headlined music festival is going ahead
20 - Love Island: ITV announces new contestant welfare measures
21 - Living with obesity: 'My genes mean I’m hard-wired to store fat'
22 - Delta variant: Fact-checking claims about Covid and borders
23 - Australia's growing thirst for alcohol-free wine and beer
24 - Iran's presidential election: Four claims fact-checked
25 - Why the cruise industry is still navigating choppy waters
26 - 'I'll work 100-hour weeks to clear our Covid debt'
27 - 'Wales' stars sparkled once more' - how Bale & Ramsey inspired Wales to within touching distance of last 16
28 - England skipper Knight hits 95 but India fight back on absorbing first day - highlights & report
29 - Euro 2020: 'A winning machine' - but just how far can Italy go?
30 - I'm fit to face Scotland, says England defender Maguire
31 - Norrie to face fellow Briton Draper in Queen's quarter-finals - video & report
32 - Euro 2020: 'Magnificent from Wales' - Goals and best fan park reaction from Wales' famous win
33 - England v India: Captain Heather Knight hits 95 but India fight back - highlights
34 - Covid: What's the roadmap for lifting lockdown?
35 - Covid: Should I be working from home or going back to the office?
36 - What are the rules for travelling to green, amber and red list countries?
37 - Tokyo Olympic Games: When are they and will they go ahead despite Covid?
38 - Covid vaccine: How many people in the UK have been vaccinated so far?
39 - Covid symptoms: What are they and how do I protect myself?
40 - Covid: When will I get the vaccine?
41 - Covid: Which areas are being surge tested for variants?
42 - UK holidays: When and where can I go... and who with?
43 - Coronavirus: When can we stop wearing face masks or face coverings?
44 - Coronavirus G7: Could a billion more vaccines for poorer countries make a difference?
45 - What are the rules for weddings and can I hold a reception?
46 - What are the rules for pubs, restaurants, festivals and gigs?
47 - Covid-19 in the UK: How many coronavirus cases are there in my area?
48 - What are the social distancing rules and when could they end?
49 - Covid: Is there a limit to how much worse variants can get?
50 - Covid symptoms: Is it a cold or coronavirus?
51 - Covid map: Coronavirus cases, deaths, vaccinations by country
52 - Covid: How should I protect myself from Covid now?
53 - Lockdown easing: Four numbers to look for ahead of the 21 June decision
54 - 'We want another homeless hotel - and we can make it work'
55 - 'Huntington's disease won't stop me having a baby'
56 - 'The 80s song that brought my lost memory back after 10 years'
57 - Myanmar: The mysterious deaths of the NLD party officials
58 - Freddie Figgers: The millionaire tech inventor who was 'thrown away' as a baby
1 - Biden and Putin praise Geneva summit talks but discord remains

The US and Russia agree to nuclear arms control talks but progress at the Geneva summit is limited.

6/17/2021 1:30:33 AM

2 - Care services investigating too many families - review

Child protection services in England are not providing enough early support, a review finds.

6/17/2021 12:32:02 AM

3 - Covid: Epidemic growing across England, says study

The rollout of jabs to younger people is key to reducing further spread, researchers say.

6/17/2021 12:36:47 AM

4 - NI first and deputy first minister nominations expected

The Democratic Unionist Party and Sinn Féin are expected to act as a stalemate over Irish language laws is resolved.

6/17/2021 2:15:03 AM

5 - Manchester Arena Inquiry: ‘Unforgivable' security mistakes

A man who lost his partner in the arena bomb says security failings made it "easy" for the bomber.

6/17/2021 1:25:33 AM

6 - Shenzhou-12: China launches first crew to new space station

Three astronauts successfully take off for China's longest ever human spaceflight mission.

6/17/2021 2:32:44 AM

7 - Covid: Ryanair and Manchester Airport Group take legal action over travel traffic light system

There is anger in the travel sector over how the government has made decisions over the green list.

6/17/2021 12:18:07 AM

8 - UK aid cuts risk millions of lives, warns World Health Organization

Move leaves millions of the world’s poorest at risk from “neglected tropical diseases”, says agency.

6/17/2021 2:22:20 AM

9 - Robyn Williams: Sacked Met officer wins appeal against dismissal

Robyn Williams was sacked after a 36-year career for having a child abuse video on her phone.

6/16/2021 10:16:12 PM

10 - Apple Daily: Hong Kong police arrest editor, four other executives

Apple Daily is often critical of Hong Kong and the mainland Chinese leadership.

6/17/2021 2:38:46 AM

11 - MPs vote for a four-week delay to England's lockdown easing

Lockdown restrictions can stay in place until 19 July rather than 21 June, despite a Tory rebellion.

6/16/2021 9:02:19 PM

12 - Thousandth dormouse brought back to the wild

The captive-bred hazel dormouse is now settling into its new woodland home in Lancashire.

6/17/2021 12:50:32 AM

13 - The Papers: 'Nuclear Dom' and return of holidays for vaccinated

The latest twist in the war of words between Dominic Cummings and Matt Hancock features on the front pages.

6/16/2021 11:48:21 PM

14 - When Biden met Putin: Decoding the world leaders' body language

A body language expert unpacks the postures and gestures of the two world leaders at their summit.

6/17/2021 1:30:42 AM

15 - Covid causes new environmental dilemma for India’s Ganges River

Hundreds of bodies have been buried in shallow graves along the banks of the already-polluted Ganges.

6/17/2021 12:02:25 AM

16 - Tom McClean: The man who still dreams of crossing Atlantic in a whale

Adventurer Tom McClean, 78, has never given up on his ambition to make the voyage in his whale-shaped boat Moby.

6/16/2021 10:50:05 PM

17 - Botswana diamond could be world's third largest

The "rare and extraordinary" gem weighs 1,098 carats and was unveiled by diamond firm, Debswana.

6/16/2021 11:03:16 PM

18 - Peruvians reweave Incan 'living bridge' over river

Communities literally came together to recreate the historic rope bridge, meeting in the middle.

6/16/2021 4:16:31 PM

19 - Bigfoot: How the Primal Scream-headlined music festival is going ahead

Bigfoot will see performances by Primal Scream and Hot Chip despite current lockdown restrictions.

6/16/2021 3:43:00 PM

20 - Love Island: ITV announces new contestant welfare measures

Participants on the show's seventh series will also receive "comprehensive" psychological support.

6/16/2021 2:17:24 PM

21 - Living with obesity: 'My genes mean I’m hard-wired to store fat'

Specialist health professionals say obesity should be regarded as a complex illness, and people with the condition shouldn't be blamed for it.

6/17/2021 1:24:31 AM

22 - Delta variant: Fact-checking claims about Covid and borders

Claims about whether the UK border policy contributed to the spread of the Delta Covid variant dominated Prime Minister's Questions.

6/16/2021 7:20:48 PM

23 - Australia's growing thirst for alcohol-free wine and beer

Demand for non-alcoholic drinks "explodes" as more Australians rethink their drinking habits.

6/16/2021 9:50:30 PM

24 - Iran's presidential election: Four claims fact-checked

TV debate topics included censorship, Iran's economic performance and political prisoners.

6/16/2021 3:18:54 PM

25 - Why the cruise industry is still navigating choppy waters

The global cruise line industry is hoping to now recover from the pandemic, but problems remain.

6/17/2021 12:20:02 AM

26 - 'I'll work 100-hour weeks to clear our Covid debt'

Businesses have run up an "unprecedented" amount of debt in the pandemic, say industry groups.

6/17/2021 12:48:00 AM

27 - 'Wales' stars sparkled once more' - how Bale & Ramsey inspired Wales to within touching distance of last 16

Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey rediscover their star quality to inspire Wales' 2-0 win over Turkey and take a major step towards the last 16 of Euro 2020.

6/16/2021 9:52:12 PM

28 - England skipper Knight hits 95 but India fight back on absorbing first day - highlights & report

England suffer a late collapse against India after a sterling 95 from captain Heather Knight on a fluctuating first day of the one-off Test.

6/16/2021 7:01:21 PM

29 - Euro 2020: 'A winning machine' - but just how far can Italy go?

Italy make a statement as Roberto Mancini's side become the first team to qualify for the last 16 but should their form at the Euros really come as a surprise?

6/16/2021 11:54:44 PM

30 - I'm fit to face Scotland, says England defender Maguire

Defender Harry Maguire says he is fit and available for England's second Euro 2020 Group D match against Scotland at Wembley on Friday.

6/16/2021 10:46:30 PM

31 - Norrie to face fellow Briton Draper in Queen's quarter-finals - video & report

British number two Cameron Norrie will face teenage compatriot Jack Draper in the Queen's quarter-finals after both win on Wednesday.

6/16/2021 5:10:29 PM

32 - Euro 2020: 'Magnificent from Wales' - Goals and best fan park reaction from Wales' famous win

All the action, celebrations and reaction from Wales' 2-0 victory over Turkey in Baku as they take a huge step towards qualification for the last 16 of the European Championships.

6/16/2021 9:36:56 PM

33 - England v India: Captain Heather Knight hits 95 but India fight back - highlights

A stellar effort from captain Heather Knight and a late collapse from England provide an intriguing end to day one of their one-off Test against India at Bristol.

6/16/2021 7:09:59 PM

34 - Covid: What's the roadmap for lifting lockdown?

The government has said some restrictions will stay in place in England after 21 June.

6/15/2021 3:09:26 PM

35 - Covid: Should I be working from home or going back to the office?

As lockdown restrictions ease gradually across the UK, what are the rules about returning to work?

6/16/2021 12:21:18 PM

36 - What are the rules for travelling to green, amber and red list countries?

Foreign holidays are possible, but travellers must follow strict rules on their return.

6/8/2021 10:33:39 AM

37 - Tokyo Olympic Games: When are they and will they go ahead despite Covid?

The Tokyo Summer Olympics are due to start in July, despite a surge in Covid cases in Japan.

6/16/2021 11:36:57 AM

38 - Covid vaccine: How many people in the UK have been vaccinated so far?

The logistics of vaccinating millions of people across the country, as more than 42 million people receive at least one dose.

6/16/2021 5:39:57 PM

39 - Covid symptoms: What are they and how do I protect myself?

A new cough, fever and change in smell or taste are the key symptoms that mean you may have coronavirus.

6/14/2021 12:24:35 PM

40 - Covid: When will I get the vaccine?

Over 40s in England and Scotland can have their second dose after eight weeks instead of 12.

6/16/2021 6:23:42 PM

41 - Covid: Which areas are being surge tested for variants?

People who live, work or travel in various parts of the UK are being urged to get a Covid test.

6/16/2021 10:09:08 AM

42 - UK holidays: When and where can I go... and who with?

Going abroad is not straightforward, so many people are opting to stay in the UK for their holidays.

6/15/2021 3:41:03 PM

43 - Coronavirus: When can we stop wearing face masks or face coverings?

Wearing a face covering is currently a legal requirement in many places, but could the rules change as lockdown eases further?

6/15/2021 2:13:37 PM

44 - Coronavirus G7: Could a billion more vaccines for poorer countries make a difference?

How much difference could the G7 offer of a billion vaccines make to tackling the pandemic?

6/14/2021 10:30:49 AM

45 - What are the rules for weddings and can I hold a reception?

Restrictions on weddings have been eased across the UK - so how can you now celebrate?

6/15/2021 9:30:59 AM

46 - What are the rules for pubs, restaurants, festivals and gigs?

The lifting of restrictions in England has been delayed, which could affect planned events

6/14/2021 7:08:54 PM

47 - Covid-19 in the UK: How many coronavirus cases are there in my area?

Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area.

6/16/2021 5:05:11 PM

48 - What are the social distancing rules and when could they end?

Will we still need to be socially distanced through the summer? A social distancing review is advising the government.

6/15/2021 11:22:21 AM

49 - Covid: Is there a limit to how much worse variants can get?

The coronavirus has changed and changed again, getting more transmissible each time.

6/12/2021 12:16:01 AM

50 - Covid symptoms: Is it a cold or coronavirus?

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

6/14/2021 11:57:37 AM

51 - Covid map: Coronavirus cases, deaths, vaccinations by country

Key maps and charts explaining how the virus has spread around the world.

6/14/2021 11:09:35 AM

52 - Covid: How should I protect myself from Covid now?

What are the actions we can take to reduce our risk of catching the virus?

6/9/2021 4:28:53 PM

53 - Lockdown easing: Four numbers to look for ahead of the 21 June decision

The key numbers that offer clues as to whether "freedom day" will proceed as planned on 21 June.

6/9/2021 12:00:52 AM

54 - 'We want another homeless hotel - and we can make it work'

The Holiday Inn in Gorton, Manchester, housed homeless people throughout the pandemic, until the end of May.

6/14/2021 12:50:21 AM

55 - 'Huntington's disease won't stop me having a baby'

Heather and her husband are going to have a baby, even though Heather's time with the child will be limited.

6/11/2021 1:35:33 AM

56 - 'The 80s song that brought my lost memory back after 10 years'

A car crash erased Thomas's memory - 10 years later, a 1980s pop song triggered six flashbacks.

6/13/2021 12:17:58 AM

57 - Myanmar: The mysterious deaths of the NLD party officials

The deaths of officials from Aung San Suu Kyi's party have raised scrutiny of the military's actions.

6/8/2021 2:18:45 AM

58 - Freddie Figgers: The millionaire tech inventor who was 'thrown away' as a baby

Entrepreneur Freddie Figgers says life has taught him that the important thing is people, not profits.

6/6/2021 12:33:18 AM


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