1. Energy minister: 'Huge opportunities' in the oil and gas sector

    Fergus Ewing backed the oil and gas industry despite the 'significant challenges' facing the sector.

    Energy minister: 'Huge opportunities' in the oil and gas sector

    Energy minister: 'Huge opportunities' in the oil and gas sector

    via STV NEWS
  2. Five people due in court over spate of car thefts in Aberdeen

    Six cars, a quad bike, golf clubs and computer equipment were among items stolen over the past week.

    Five people due in court over spate of car thefts in Aberdeen

    Five people due in court over spate of car thefts in Aberdeen

    via STV NEWS
  3. Aberdeen dog owners offered a free 'MOT' for their pets

    If you have a dog and you live in Aberdeen, you'll want to take advantage of this offer. The PDSA is offering a free 'MOT' for those with beloved canine companions from Monday onwards.

    [Find out more]

  4. Diana Gabaldon talks to STV about her love for Scotland and Castle Leod

    The ‘Outlander’ author reveals the moment of serendipity which helped fuel her passion for Scottish history and culture.

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  5. Support scheme worth £45m for Scottish beef farmers to launch

    The initiative will develop a livestock database to improve the quality of cattle herds and farm profitability.

    Support scheme worth £45m for Scottish beef farmers to launch

    Support scheme worth £45m for Scottish beef farmers to launch

    via STV NEWS
  6. Airport security staff vote to strike over working conditions

    Employees at Highland and Islands Airports Limited will strike on Tuesday, April 7.

    Airport security staff vote to strike over working conditions

    Airport security staff vote to strike over working conditions

    via STV NEWS
  7. Three vehicles collide near Aberdeen forcing closure of A90

    Four people were treated for minor injuries with three of them cut free from their vehicles.

    Three vehicles collide near Aberdeen forcing closure of A90

    Three vehicles collide near Aberdeen forcing closure of A90

    via STV NEWS
  8. Scotland's first haggis festival ready to launch

    Haggis fans across the nation are set to gather for what is believed to be Scotland's first ever haggis festival.

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  9. Tick tock, tick tock, don't forget to change the clocks

    It's that time of the year again when we say goodbye to winter and start praying for sunshine.

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  10. North Sea oil workers to vote on first strike in a generation

    Firms are proposing changes to shifts, pay and holidays which has caused further unrest on top of job losses.

    North Sea oil workers to vote on first strike in a generation

    North Sea oil workers to vote on first strike in a generation

    via STV NEWS
  11. Donald Trump submits plan for homes and holiday lets in Aberdeenshire

    The US tycoon also submitted proposals for a new 400-capacity ballroom and banquet hall in Balmedie.

    Donald Trump submits plan for homes and holiday lets in Aberdeenshire

    Donald Trump submits plan for homes and holiday lets in Aberdeenshire

    via STV NEWS
  12. Scotland's oldest woman dies at the age of 109 in nursing home

    Jessie Gallan said the secret to a long life is porridge and 'staying away from men'.

    Scotland's oldest woman dies at the age of 109 in nursing home

    Scotland's oldest woman dies at the age of 109 in nursing home

    via STV NEWS
  13. Floats, fancy dress and fundraising: Torcher Parade back for 126th year

    Students will parade through the city on Saturday as the long-running charity parade returns.

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  14. Jeepers creepers! Council staff get close to spiders and snakes

    Workers got the chance to get up close and personal with a variety of exotic animals in a controlled environment.

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  15. Man appears in court over alleged online abuse of young Celtic fan

    Comments about 11-year-old Jay Beatty, who has Down's Syndrome, were allegedly posted on social media.

    Man appears in court over alleged online abuse of young Celtic fan

    Man appears in court over alleged online abuse of young Celtic fan

    via STV NEWS
  16. Landmark's office transformation scrapped in favour of student flats

    Aberdeen's Triple Kirks church will be turned into student accommodation.

    Landmark's office transformation scrapped in favour of student flats

    Landmark's office transformation scrapped in favour of student flats

    via STV NEWS
  17. Heroin and cocaine haul worth £84,000 seized in city centre raid

    Officers also recovered a small amount of money during the operation in Aberdeen.

    Heroin and cocaine haul worth £84,000 seized in city centre raid

    Heroin and cocaine haul worth £84,000 seized in city centre raid

    via STV NEWS
  18. Aberdeen MSP meets rail body after public complaints

    Donside MSP Mark McDonald will quiz Network Rail after constituents raised concerns over the level of noise line improvements are causing.

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  19. Castle is beating the Drum for top-class art in the north east

    Aberdeen Art Gallery have created a stunning new gallery in the heart of one of Scotland's oldest castles.

    [read more]

  20. Hundreds of jobs lost in North Sea as oil giants announce cutbacks

    Shell plan to cut 250 posts, while 100 jobs will be lost at TAQA UK.

    Hundreds of jobs lost in North Sea as oil giants announce cutbacks

    Hundreds of jobs lost in North Sea as oil giants announce cutbacks

    via STV NEWS
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