1. Former Scottish secretary admits leak of controversial Sturgeon memo

    Alistair Carmichael was found to be behind the leak which said Sturgeon favoured Cameron as Prime Minister.

    Former Scottish secretary admits leak of controversial Sturgeon memo

    Former Scottish secretary admits leak of controversial Sturgeon memo

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  2. Man seriously injured after car bursts into flames in lorry collision

    The vehicles collided on the A90 near Laurencekirk in Aberdeenshire at 8.30am on Friday.

    Man seriously injured after car bursts into flames in lorry collision

    Man seriously injured after car bursts into flames in lorry collision

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  3. Stonehaven's open air pool is searching for new backers

    A charity is looking for fresh funding to keep improving the famous art deco pool's facilities.

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  4. Scots dad's tweet goes viral after he makes daughter 'beer box' schoolbag

    A Scottish comedian's tweet has gone viral after he created a new schoolbag for his daughter - out of a 12 pack of beer.

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  5. Historic royal railway station destroyed in fire will be rebuilt

    Fire crews were called to the Old Royal Railway station in Ballater in the early hours of May 12.

    Historic royal railway station destroyed in fire will be rebuilt

    Historic royal railway station destroyed in fire will be rebuilt

    via STV NEWS
  6. North east has most Scots online, new statistics reveal

    ONS statistics showed the Highlands and Islands has lowest rate of web users.

    North east has most Scots online, new statistics reveal

    North east has most Scots online, new statistics reveal

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  7. Runaway dogs reunited with owners after causing chaos on A90

    The malamutes ran onto the busy road in Aberdeenshire after breaking free from their kennel.

    Runaway dogs reunited with owners after causing chaos on A90

    Runaway dogs reunited with owners after causing chaos on A90

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  8. Aberdeen Maritime Museum buys model of classic clipper

    The model of the famous clipper Thermopylae had previously lay hidden for 147 years before being purchased at auction.

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  9. Ballater community unites to help those affected by fire

    An appeal fund has been set up to help local businesses whose premises were destroyed by the blaze.

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  10. Pilots set to launch legal action after offshore helicopter ditching

    The two men, along with a passenger, have lodged their action against Airbus Helicopters.

    Pilots set to launch legal action after offshore helicopter ditching

    Pilots set to launch legal action after offshore helicopter ditching

    via STV NEWS
  11. Eight bank branches to shut as RBS announces Scots closures

    The bank is set to close a number of branches, citing falling usage.

    Eight bank branches to shut as RBS announces Scots closures

    Eight bank branches to shut as RBS announces Scots closures

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  12. Espionage to stay open after being bought out of administration

    The clubs in Edinburgh and Aberdeen went into administration in July last year.

    Espionage to stay open after being bought out of administration

    Espionage to stay open after being bought out of administration

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  13. Pupils launch petition over 'impossible' Higher maths exam

    Thousands of school pupils have signed petitions over the difficulty of their Higher Maths paper.

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  14. Young hopefuls ready to show that they have the NEX Factor

    Twelve talented musical youngsters are ready to compete in the singing contest and win the chance to spend a day with chart star Emeli Sandé.

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  15. Plucky cockerel discovered waiting for a bus finds a new home

    Decker the cockerel was found at a bus stop in Maryculter on April 17.

    Plucky cockerel discovered waiting for a bus finds a new home

    Plucky cockerel discovered waiting for a bus finds a new home

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  16. Exam invigilator dies after falling ill during fourth year maths test

    The exam was halted and an ambulance was called to Harlaw Academy in Aberdeen.

    Exam invigilator dies after falling ill during fourth year maths test

    Exam invigilator dies after falling ill during fourth year maths test

    via STV NEWS
  17. Oil workers to vote on strike amid deadlock over shifts and pay

    Unions are opposed to planned changes to working rotas, rates of pay, sick pay and holiday patterns.

    Oil workers to vote on strike amid deadlock over shifts and pay

    Oil workers to vote on strike amid deadlock over shifts and pay

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  18. Price of school meals ‘set to rise’ in Aberdeenshire schools

    Aberdeen Council will consider proposals to increase the price of a meal at a meeting next week.

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  19. MSP writes to Cabinet Secretary over repeated Broadford Works fires

    Aberdeen MSP Kevin Stewart has called for the Scottish Government to intervene over a spate of ‘extremely dangerous’ fires at the building.

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  20. English teacher ‘pushed pupil into a wall and called him a dwarf’

    Christopher Butcher is reported to have called the boy 'stupid' and 'inhuman' in June 2013.

    English teacher ‘pushed pupil into a wall and called him a dwarf’

    English teacher ‘pushed pupil into a wall and called him a dwarf’

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