Press Association Scotland overnight schedule for Friday June 3.
SCOTLAND Oil: A concerted effort is required to ensure Scotland's vital North Sea oil and gas industry enjoys a bright future, the Economy Secretary has said.
MONEY Pocket: Pocket money has hit a nine-year high as families loosen the purse strings for the first time since 2013, research has revealed.
SCOTLAND Reading: Girls across Scotland are more likely than boys to enjoy reading at primary school age, according to a new report. :: Embargoed to 0930 Friday.
PHOTOGRAPHERS: Covering Syrian refugee football match.
Press Association Scotland provisional news diary for Friday June 3:
0930 GLASGOW: Nicola Sturgeon highlights EU opportunities for students. The First Minister, SNP In Europe campaign director Humza Yousaf and Glasgow University principal Anton Muscatelli meet students who have benefited from the Erasmus exchange programme. Photocall and interview opportunities. Media asked to register in advance. Williams Room, 1st Floor, John McIntyre Building, Glasgow University, G12 8QQ. Fergus Mutch firstname.lastname@example.org 07768 751 170.
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1000 ABERDEEN: Ministers meet oil industry leaders in Aberdeen. Cabinet Secretary for the Economy Keith Brown and Energy Minister Paul Wheelhouse will meet with key figures in the industry. Discovery House, Prime Four Business Park, Kingswells Causeway, Kingswells, AB15 8PU. Peter John Meiklem 0131 244 3069/07815 703 299.
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1000 GLASGOW: Scottish Police Authority committee. Meeting of the Scottish Police Authority human resources and remuneration committee. SPA Headquarters, 1 Pacific Quay, G51 1DZ.
1030 DUNDEE: Oor Wullie sculpture design unveiled. The statue has been designed by Abertay University graduate Ellen Brown. Overgate Shopping Centre, DD1 1UQ. Alice Moore 01382 305 642.
1100 GLASGOW: School children join Let Glasgow Sing choir event. More than 300 pupils will sing for shoppers and visitors to the city centre. George Square, G2 1DU. Fiona Ross 0141 287 0918/07766 443 788.
1300 DUNDEE: University of Dundee presented with Cycle Friendly Campus Award. The Cycling Scotland award will be handed over at a ceremony attended by the university's rector, adventure cyclist Mark Beaumont. Campus Green, outside students' association, Balfour Place. Dominic Younger 01382 385 131.
1500 AIRDRIE: Football event for Syrian refugee families. Around 40 people including nine refugees, police representatives, health staff and council workers involved in the resettlement will take part in the seven-a-side event. Airdrie Leisure Centre, Motherwell Street, ML6 7HU. Colin Fraser 01698 302 054/07946 353 319.
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