1. Kick off the week at Bottle Cap Bar and Brewery

    There's live local music on Wednesday, comedy on Thursday and new beers on offer come Friday. But tonight it's all about the £1 pizza if you can't be bothered cooking.

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  2. Autopilot forced passenger aircraft hit by lightning to plummet 2900ft

    Pilots regained control just moments before plane would have hit the water, a report has found.

    Autopilot forced passenger aircraft hit by lightning to plummet 2900ft

    Autopilot forced passenger aircraft hit by lightning to plummet 2900ft

    via STV NEWS
  3. Madge on her way for festive Hydro show

    Madonna will (carefully) climb the steps onto the Hydro stage on December 20 to close her global Rebel Hearts Tour.

    The pop icon, who hit the headlines after a cape malfunction saw her tumble off of a flight of stairs during a performance at the Brit Awards, will play shows across the world from Miami to Australia.

    via STV
  4. SPFL Wrap: Celtic took a firm grip of the title race against Aberdeen

    For Aberdeen, it was a sobering reminder that being the “the best of the rest” is still some distance removed from being genuine title contenders.

    SPFL wrap: Celtic's treble challenge to the fore, Hearts' perfect ten

    SPFL wrap: Celtic's treble challenge to the fore, Hearts' perfect ten

    via STV SPORT
  5. STV News: Gordon Brown calls for North Sea reserve fund to aid oil industry

    Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown believes the UK government should step in to help fund under threat North sea oil fields.

    via STV
  6. Plenty of sleet, snow and hail showers to continue overnight

    Expect a chilly night across the country in this start to the week. Watch the latest forecast with Sean Batty below.

    via STV
  7. Who's going to win the Cup at the hedgehog pageant?

    Dozens of the little creatures will be in the spotlight when Aberdeen hosts Scotland’s first hedgehog pageant on April 11.

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  8. Get away from it all in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £149 instead of up to £334 for a two-night stay for two in a sea-view room with breakfast, a six course taster dinner on the first night, Rasul mud spa treatment and return ferry tickets at Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa. That's a saving of 55%.

    Crerar Hotels Isle of Mull break

    Crerar Hotels Isle of Mull break

    via ITISON
  9. Roughnecks open their season away to Glasgow

    The Aberdeen gridiron side will travel to face the Tigers in their opening regular season game on April 26. Click or tap on the poster below to see the full fixture list.

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  10. Sister Act coming to the HMT next month

    The Lyric Musical Society will be performing the hugely popular stage show in Aberdeen from April 15.

    Lyric Musical Society presents: Sister Act | Aberdeen Performing Arts

    Lyric Musical Society presents: Sister Act | Aberdeen Performing Arts

    via ABERDEENPERFORMINGARTS
  11. Council chiefs say bid for £2bn city deal could be agreed next week

    The Evening Express reports details are still being finalised, but it is believed that hydrogen buses could be part of a rapid cross-city transit proposal.

    Bid for Aberdeen's £2bn City Deal could be agreed next week

    Bid for Aberdeen's £2bn City Deal could be agreed next week

    via EVENINGEXPRESS
  12. Aberdeen police investigating online abuse of Jay Beatty

    The BBC reports officers are investigating "offensive comments" made about the 11-year-old, who has Down's Syndrome, following Sunday's match between Celtic and Aberdeen.

    Online abuse of Jay Beatty probed

    Online abuse of Jay Beatty probed

    via BBC NEWS
  13. Oil and gas jobs meeting announced as industry tightens its belt

    A dramatic drop in the value of oil has created widespread uncertainty in Scotland's oil sector.

    Oil and gas jobs meeting announced as industry tightens its belt

    Oil and gas jobs meeting announced as industry tightens its belt

    via STV NEWS
  14. Errors playing in Aberdeen next month

    The popular band will be at The Lemon Tree on April 10. Tickets are available now.

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  15. Plans to extend village near Foveran near approval

    The Press and Journal runs with the story that a plan to build an additional 50 homes near Westfield Cottage, Foveran could be approved this week.

    Plans to expand an Aberdeenshire village could be approved tomorrow near Foveran http://t.co/wTgwDva7og http://t.co/bDsTZoevd0

    The Press & Journal

    @pressjournal
    via Twitter
  16. Police appeal to identify man found dead on residential street

    The man, who is believed to be in his 60s or 70s, was not carrying any form of identification.

    Police appeal to identify man found dead on residential street

    Police appeal to identify man found dead on residential street

    via STV NEWS
  17. Rock legend coming to The Lemon Tree next month

    Robin Trower will be bringing his guitar and band to town on April 5.

    Robin Trower | Aberdeen Performing Arts

    Robin Trower | Aberdeen Performing Arts

    via ABERDEENPERFORMINGARTS
  18. Rory O'Hanlon leading the laughs this weekend

    If you enjoyed Breakneck Comedy on Saturday, you'll be glad to know that it's back again this week. Joining the lineup are John McRuvie and Gus Lymburn.

    RORY O HANLON PLUS GUESTS

    RORY O HANLON PLUS GUESTS

    via BREAKNECKCOMEDY
  19. Funeral for Graham Murison to be held this week

    The Press & Journal reports the 34-year-old died last Saturday after an accident at the Buchan Off-Road Motorcycle Club near Pennan. His funeral will be held in the Banff Springs Hotel on Thursday at 11am.

    Funeral of popular north east father killed in tragic quad bike accident to be held this week http://t.co/02Gxy6BS9V http://t.co/GQyDrREKCV

    The Press & Journal

    @pressjournal
    via Twitter
  20. Tickets still available for Chris Packham talk

    The popular TV nature host is celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the Aberdeen and District RSPB group with his talk "Tadpoles Not Included" next Tuesday.

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