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What the papers say - THE SCOTSMAN

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A 2,000 year old brickworks, believed to have supplied the materials for the Coliseum and Pantheon, has been found 80km north of Rome.

The North Sea oil and gas industry has 'lost the plot' in its campaign to reduce the number of accidents.

Managing director of oil company Chevron, Gary Luquette, said the industry was suffering from safety initiative overload, while basic risks were being overlooked.

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