1. 'We'll consider anywhere. It's going to be up to those in local areas, even in Aberdeen'

    Pro-independence Yesbar in Glasgow is planning to launch pop-up bars across Scotland in the run up to the general election, says owner Jim McLaughlin.

    Yesbar plans pop-up expansion across Scotland for general election

    Yesbar plans pop-up expansion across Scotland for general election

    via STV ABERDEEN
  2. STV News at Six: Police Scotland criticised over armed officer policy

    Police Scotland has been criticised over the way a policy allowing some armed officers to attend routine incidents was introduced.

    via STV
  3. Culann looking forward to March gig at Downstairs

    Head to the venue on Friday March 6 from 8pm to catch the band in action with three other support acts.

    Looking forward to playing @DownstairsUK in Aberdeen! Tickets are £3! RT @STVAberdeen @northsound1 @flaresnseagulls http://t.co/tYAOZqngXG

    Culann

    @Culann
    via Twitter
  4. Get down to the alchemy of this gluten free cake recipe

    STV's Victoria Pease has a recipe for you to try this weekend with plum and hazlenut the order of the day.

    Plum and Hazelnut Cake (Gluten Free)

    Plum and Hazelnut Cake (Gluten Free)

    via VICTORIA SPONGE PEASE PUDDING
  5. World Horse Welfare looking to give Merida a new home

    The 16-year-old horse arrived at the charity's Aberdeenshire Rescue and Rehoming Centre underweight but is now healthy enough to start finding her a new home.

    via
  6. T in the Park 2015: The Libertines announced as first headliner

    Following on from their 2004 appearance at Balado, The Libertines are back as a reunited outfit and will perform in what will be a historic headline set at T in the Park’s new home at Strathallan Castle.

    T in the Park 2015: The Libertines announced as first headliner

    T in the Park 2015: The Libertines announced as first headliner

    via STV ENTERTAINMENT
  7. High profile Scottish football figures face massive bills over tax scheme

    Documents publicly available at Companies House list former Aberdeen players Stephen Glass and Eoin Jess as investors, along with ex-Dundee striker Billy Dodds and a host of high-profile players including Steven Gerrard.

    High profile Scottish football figures face massive bills over tax sch

    High profile Scottish football figures face massive bills over tax sch

    via STV NEWS
  8. North Hop tickets are almost sold out for Saturday afternoon

    Less than 20 tickets remain for the session on April 11 according to event organisers.

    North Hop Aberdeen | Aberdeen Performing Arts

    North Hop Aberdeen | Aberdeen Performing Arts

    via ABERDEENPERFORMINGARTS
  9. Labour: System favours private school pupils 'more than ever'

    The Labour deputy leader raised the issue as she questioned Nicola Sturgeon during First Minister's Questions at Holyrood.

    Labour: System favours private school pupils 'more than ever'

    Labour: System favours private school pupils 'more than ever'

    via STV NEWS
  10. Deal of the day: The Newton Hotel

    Highland flings are all well and good but all that hopping around can be exhausting, not to mention having to tie your laces right up to your knees.

    The Newton Hotel in Nairn are offering a one-night stay for two for £59 instead of up to £132. The offer include a bottle of Prosecco and breakfast. You can upgrade to a two-night stay for £119.

    Nairn overnight @ The Newton Hotel

    Nairn overnight @ The Newton Hotel

    via ITISON
  11. Police predict busy weekend in Aberdeen city centre

    The Evening Express reports that police are expecting a busy weekend in Aberdeen city centre as students return from their Christmas break and Aberdeen take on Dundee United in the Scottish League Cup semi-final.

    Police getting set for busy weekend in Aberdeen city centre

    Police getting set for busy weekend in Aberdeen city centre

    via EVENINGEXPRESS
  12. Peterhead fish factory blaze will not cause job lossess

    No jobs will be lost as a result of a fire which badly damaged a fish processing plant in Aberdeenshire.

    Two major areas of the Northbay Pelagic factory in Peterhead were destroyed in the fire on January 17, which burned through the night.

    No jobs lost over blaze which badly damaged Peterhead fish factory

    No jobs lost over blaze which badly damaged Peterhead fish factory

    via STV NEWS
  13. Satnam Kaur to pay back £1 to client after stealing £120,000

    BBC News reports that the client of the former banker has no assets, while Kaur is awaiting deportation.

    Thief to pay back £1 from £120,000

    Thief to pay back £1 from £120,000

    via BBC NEWS
  14. Reebok Fithub coming to DW Sports Centre this Saturday

    Read more about the special event coming to the Beach Boulevard gym from Granite City Girl here.

    Granite City Girl : Granite City Fitness | Aberdeen's Reebok FitHub

    Granite City Girl : Granite City Fitness | Aberdeen's Reebok FitHub

    via GRANITECITYGIRLBLOG
  15. #SemiFinalSaturday: Thom Watt picks the key battlegrounds

    McInnes and McNamara will be hoping to put one over on teams they represented during their playing careers, and both sides have tasted a single victory over their rivals this term.

    Aberdeen v Dundee United: Key battlegrounds for semi-final Saturday

    Aberdeen v Dundee United: Key battlegrounds for semi-final Saturday

    via STV SPORT
  16. Foodie Quine writes a recipe for marmalade flapjacks

    Claire Jessiman has used Dundee orange marmalade for the recipe on the Mackays website.

    Marmalade flapjacks | Recipes - Mackays

    Marmalade flapjacks | Recipes - Mackays

    via MACKAYS
  17. Police officer 'hit pedestrian while driving dangerously on icy hill'

    Allan Masson's police vehicle ploughed into the man moments after he got out of his own car.

    Police officer 'hit pedestrian while driving dangerously on icy hill'

    Police officer 'hit pedestrian while driving dangerously on icy hill'

    via STV NEWS
  18. Chilly challenge to return in spring following success of froyo contest

    Hardy souls will risk 'Brainfreeze' to win a sub-zero eating competition returning to Union Square.

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  19. STV News: New report says 53% support police carrying sidearms

    The controversial policy of armed police attending routine incidents may have had more public support than previously thought.

    via STV
  20. Lots of wintery showers throughout the day and overnight

    STV weather presenter Sean Batty has the latest forecast video here.

    via STV
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