I moved into journalism late after working as a photographer in Cairo, a DJ in Sao Paulo, running an organic food shop in Manchester, and working in politics. I started at NCE in October 2006 and my first day was taken up with a bridge collapse in Canada. I have since ridden on a Tunnel Boring Machine beep below the palace of Versailles, stood on an earth dam which may have collapsed at any minute, and reported from the Grayrigg crash site in Northumbria. I mostly cover transport, so please email me with any stories you think we should know about.
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The iconic sphere at the Dounreay nuclear reactor site will be removed by 2032 as part of plans to “flatten” the site, the site management company confirmed this week.
Firms bidding to build the new nuclear power station at Hinkley Point will need help to tackle the complexity of the project and deliver the quality of workmanship required, client NNB warned this week.
Budget caps will see 182 jobs lost at the Dounreay nuclear site and prolong decommissioning by 14 years, the site operator revealed this week.
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- Ground Control
- Turning to the tide
- In at the deep end
- Hinkley Point reactor plans gather pace
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