Temporary power firm Aggreko — responsible for keeping the lights on and the cameras rolling at the last World Cup in South Africa and at the London 2012 Olympics — has been chosen by FIFA to perform the same duties across 12 different venues in Brazil.
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Friday 28 December 2012
Monday 22 October 2012
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Sunday 19 August 2012
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Thursday 19 July 2012
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Saturday 12 May 2012
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Saturday 21 April 2012
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Tuesday 27 March 2012
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Friday 16 March 2012
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Wednesday 15 February 2012
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Tuesday 14 February 2012
Prosecutors have recovered more than half a million pounds from the wife of back-from-the-dead canoeist John Darwin.
Saturday 11 February 2012
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Tuesday 31 January 2012
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Sunday 15 January 2012
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