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WHFPWest Highland Free Press (newspaper; Scotland)
WHFPWellhead Flowing Pressure (oil & gas industry)
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West Highland Free Press Hunt for toy car killer A serial killer targeting car thieves in Mexico is being hunted by police.
Out of the campaigning by West Highland Free Press (Hunter had a column in the paper), Brian Wilson and others, came the confidence that created the Crofters Union and the first revolution that put acres of the Highlands in community hands.
To give just one example, the planned joint use library at Portree in the Scottish Highlands is currently causing controversy; according to the local newspaper, "The inclusion of community facilities within the school--most notably the Portree public library--has proved an unpopular decision, with several community groups campaigning to retain the library within the centre of the village" (West Highland Free Press, 2004).
After editing magazines in London, Roger went to work at the West Highland Free Press in 1977.
In the radical newspaper he founded, the West Highland Free Press, Brian provided a much-needed platform for the people and language of Gaeldom.
The Isle of Skye's West Highland Free Press reported that moderators' visits occur only once every 10 years and are underpinned by the core values of dignity, courtesy and protocol.
He founded the West Highland Free Press newspaper and is a prolific journalist.
Byline: SAYS BRIAN WILSON FORMER LABOUR ENERGY MINISTER AND FOUNDER OF THE WEST HIGHLAND FREE PRESS
Mr Wilson is the former Runrig roadie and journalist who founded the radical West Highland Free Press.
As a writer, he was a true friend of the West Highland Free Press and he gave Stornoway black pudding a culinary reputation before the people of the town itself realised how good it was.
He set up the West Highland Free Press with a group of university friends.
Wilson, 55, is an award- winning former journalist who was founding editor and publisher of the West Highland Free Press newspaper.
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