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Grampian Region

a former local government region in NE Scotland, formed in 1975 from Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, and most of Banffshire and Morayshire; replaced in 1996 by the council areas of Aberdeenshire, City of Aberdeen, and Moray
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One child had to wait more than a year to be seen by NHS Grampian - the first time since October 2017.
The investigation found "unprofessional, offensive and unacceptable" behaviour at the northeast's flagship hospital and urged NHS Grampian to look into it.
A spokesman for the GMB union said: "The findings point towards basic health and safety failings on the part of NHS Grampian.
She said: "There will always be teething problems at any new institution but we have seen a series of worrying incidents at Grampian since the new facility opened.
NHS Grampian said all three had suffered "serious injuries".
One of the factors impeding Grampian Country Pork's growth has been the restrictions placed on the factory's waste output by regional utility, Wessex Water.
"This is the first major development in our strategic alliance with the Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce and I am sure it will bring advantages to members of both organisations."
GRAMPIAN is the UK's leading agri-food business, supplying fresh, frozen and value added poultry and meat products to major multiples and foodservice.
According to the Transport and General Workers Union (T&G), almost 1,400 staff at Grampian Country Food Group walked out at six of the firm's sites.
Grampian TV reported last week that the city council of Aberdeen in Scotland's Grampian region has been awarded an $85,000 grant from the Scottish Executive to implement a new program that will randomly administer emissions tests on vehicles traveling in the city.
Grampian police officers took part in the joint operation with Interpol in Aberdeen.