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Free radio for safe nuclear site

Dounreay in Caithness is a former experimental power centre

All staff at the Dounreay nuclear energy complex will get a free wind-up radio if there are no security breaches at the Caithness site for 60 days.

The challenge is laid down in the in-house magazine, Dounreay News, and started on Monday.

It is being run to raise awareness about security procedures and regulations.

Thousands of workers are involved in a massive, long-running decommissioning of the experimental nuclear power site.

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