1. Alistair Carmichael to face legal action over Frenchgate memo leak

    More than £40,000 has been raised on a crowdfunding website in a bid to oust the Orkney and Shetland MP over the leaked memo.

    Alistair Carmichael to face legal action over Frenchgate memo leak

    Alistair Carmichael to face legal action over Frenchgate memo leak

    via STV NEWS
  2. Passenger plane swerved to avoid 'house-sized' weather balloon

    The aircraft came within 500m of the hazard while on approach to Scatsta on Shetland in January.

    Passenger plane swerved to avoid 'house-sized' weather balloon

    Passenger plane swerved to avoid 'house-sized' weather balloon

    via STV NEWS
  3. Council plan for Travellers' site in Cove sparks controversy

    Aberdeen Council’s decision to back a proposed Travellers site in Cove has attracted criticism from the local community.

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  4. Social Bite to open fifth 'cafe with a conscious' in June

    A social enterprise which supports the homeless and unemployed will open in Aberdeen at the end of June.

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  5. RAF Tornado 'ducked under' another jet in near-miss over airbase

    The incident at Lossiemouth was blamed on a 'misjudgement' by an air traffic controller.

    RAF Tornado 'ducked under' another jet in near-miss over airbase

    RAF Tornado 'ducked under' another jet in near-miss over airbase

    via STV NEWS
  6. Young boys reported to police over blaze at 200-year-old landmark

    Firefighters were called a fire to Broadford Works on Maberly Street on May 18.

    Young boys reported to police over blaze at 200-year-old landmark

    Young boys reported to police over blaze at 200-year-old landmark

    via STV NEWS
  7. Speeding drink driver who killed friend in crash has sentence cut

    Murray Geddes drove Graeme McKenzie home because he could not be bothered waiting for a taxi.

    Speeding drink driver who killed friend in crash has sentence cut

    Speeding drink driver who killed friend in crash has sentence cut

    via STV NEWS
  8. CLAN charity urges public to get voting as deadline looms

    The cancer support charity is looking for public support to help them move into a new centre in Peterhead.

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  9. Exclusive: Susan Boyle on fame and becoming a rocker

    In her own words, Susan Boyle got on stage looking like "a wee wifey with wild hair" in 2009. But her life has gone full circle as she told STV in an exclusive interview.

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  10. Helicopter makes emergency landing after alarm interrupts flight

    The Super Puma EC 225, operated by CHC Helicopter, landed safely just after 5pm on Thursday.

    Helicopter makes emergency landing after alarm interrupts flight

    Helicopter makes emergency landing after alarm interrupts flight

    via STV NEWS
  11. Helicopter makes emergency landing after alarm interrupts flight

    The Super Puma EC 225, operated by CHC Helicopter, landed safely just after 5pm on Thursday.

    Helicopter makes emergency landing after alarm interrupts flight

    Helicopter makes emergency landing after alarm interrupts flight

    via STV NEWS
  12. Women set to take leading role in Scotland's oldest Highland games

    Games have been held at Braemar in Aberdeenshire for more than 900 years.

    Women set to take leading role in Scotland's oldest Highland games

    Women set to take leading role in Scotland's oldest Highland games

    via STV NEWS
  13. First Aberdeen invests around £1m in new bus fleet in city

    Seven new ‘low carbon certified’ buses are set to come into service by the end of August.

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  14. Shortlist revealed for Scottish Album of the Year Award

    Albums from Paolo Nutini, Belle and Sebastian and Honeyblood are among those shortlisted for the prestigious award.

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  15. Billionaire Ian Wood donates £4.5m to Robert Gordon University

    Sir Ian hopes the funding will help make RGU a 'world-class centre of excellence'.

    Billionaire Ian Wood donates £4.5m to Robert Gordon University

    Billionaire Ian Wood donates £4.5m to Robert Gordon University

    via STV NEWS
  16. Cat owner neglected animal leaving it starving and dehydrated

    Kayleigh Rutherford's home was covered in animal faeces, dirty clothes and bags of rubbish.

    Cat owner neglected animal leaving it starving and dehydrated

    Cat owner neglected animal leaving it starving and dehydrated

    via STV NEWS
  17. Helicopter search for missing man who vanished seven months ago

    Shaun Ritchie, 20, was last seen by friends near Fraserburgh after a Halloween night out.

    Helicopter search for missing man who vanished seven months ago

    Helicopter search for missing man who vanished seven months ago

    via STV NEWS
  18. Council could serve notice to Broadford owner after fires

    Aberdeen City Council's head of planning has been given powers to serve Broadford Works owner Ian Suttie with a dangerous building notice.

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  19. The truth is out there as Alien Lullabies gains Fringe nod

    She gains tributes from Depeche Mode and draws comparison with Kraftwerk and Bjork. And now, Fiona Soe Paing's "Alien Lullabies" has gained a prestigious slot at the Edinburgh Fringe.

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  20. Shetland MSP Tavish Scott backs Carmichael in election memo row

    Mr Carmichael backed the leaking of a report which claimed the First Minister said she wanted David Cameron to stay on.

    Shetland MSP Tavish Scott backs Carmichael in election memo row

    Shetland MSP Tavish Scott backs Carmichael in election memo row

    via STV NEWS
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