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  1. Plans hatched for 'hensioner' project in Scotland's care homes

    The project has made a difference in the lives of older people down south, who look after hens, build coops and collect eggs. Now, plans are afoot to bring it north.

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  2. Eleven-year-old boy dies after being knocked down on A90

    A young boy has died after being struck by a vehicle on Friday evening on the A90 Aberdeen to Dundee road, at Newtonhill, Aberdeenshire. Road Policing Sergeant, Steve Milne said: "We are appealing to anyone who witnessed the collision to come forward. It is vital that we piece together what has happened. Witness accounts are key to this and a full investigation into the circumstances is now underway."

    Anyone with information about the collision is asked to call Police Scotland on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 if you wish to remain anonymous.

    via STV
  3. Tommy Lee directs and stars in his latest film, The Homesman

    In this western drama, lonely Mary Bee Cuddy (Hilary Swank) saves a deserted army man from death and in return asks for help on a dangerous journey to transport three mad women back to Iowa.

    via STV
  4. Bears and beads at new Man Craft Creche

    Morning Aberdeen, welcome to your weekend. Here's a wee story to start your Saturday - no females allowed at this new jewellery making class, but you can buy your bloke a gift voucher to encourage him to go along.

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  5. Warning as cheap cigarettes flood Scotland from dodgy Facebook pages

    A Facebook site called "Delboy's Deals" was only launched in the Aberdeen area last Saturday, but has already gained over 17,000 followers.

    Now, an MSP has called for police to investigate.

    MSP blasts Facebook site flooding north-east with cut-price cigarettes

    MSP blasts Facebook site flooding north-east with cut-price cigarettes

    via STV
  6. Video: New Cabinet revealed with 50:50 gender balance

    In a wide ranging reshuffle of the Scottish Government the First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has replaced her Cabinet Secretaries for Education and Justice, moved her Health Secretary and promoted John Swinney to become Deputy First Minister.

    via STV
  7. Wrestlezone's guest referee at next fight night will be Santa Claus

    The Christmas Brawl is coming to the Summerhill Hotel on December 6 with other special guests including the man himself (Santa).

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  8. Tune in to STV at 8pm for the last Moviejuice of this series

    Remember you can head to the movies section of our app as well to check out trailers for all the latest releases in your area.

    Tonight on Moviejuice - Grant and guests review Mockingjay Part 1 and Mick Jagger's James Brown biopic Get on Up. http://t.co/jPE72QqFcI

    STV Moviejuice

    @STVMoviejuice
    via Twitter
  9. Aberdeen Voice pay tribute to former footballer who died last week

    Jim Storrie signed for the Dons in 1967 just a few years after featuring in the FA Cup final in England. David Innes writes this heartfelt tribute.

    Dons Hero Jim Storrie Dies, Aged 74 - Aberdeen Voice

    Dons Hero Jim Storrie Dies, Aged 74 - Aberdeen Voice

    via ABERDEENVOICE
  10. Attend this year's Brewdog AGM? Here's a date for your diary

    There were plenty of talking points and big bands on display at this year's festival and next year is bound to be no different.

    The #PunkAGM2015 has been confirmed for Saturday 6th June! Get that date in your diaries, shareholders! http://t.co/AgsryqcnbC

    BrewDog

    @brewdog
    via Twitter
  11. A stormy night and a stranger at the door sets the scene for No Good Deed

    When a psychopath has escaped from jail, he convinces a friendly woman to let him into her house, claiming his car has broken down. Watch the trailer to find out if he just wanted a warm cup of tea.

    via STV
  12. Praise for council's red squirrel project from Scottish Wildlife Trust

    Jonny Hughes, chief executive of the Scottish Wildlife Trust, said: "We are delighted the Saving Scotland’s Red Squirrels project has been recognised alongside Aberdeen City Council for the fantastic work it is doing in Aberdeen.

    "Saving Scotland’s Red Squirrels success comes from working with city rangers, local householders and land managers in a regionally coordinated effort and demonstrates why partnership is important in nature conservation."

    via STV
  13. Foodie Quine prepares pudding for Stir up Sunday

    Of course you can always try out the recipe this Sunday and make sure you've got it perfected for Christmas Day.

    Foodie Quine: Christmas Pudding Recipes for Stir Up Sunday

    Foodie Quine: Christmas Pudding Recipes for Stir Up Sunday

    via FOODIEQUINE
  14. A new killer comedy documenting four blood sucking flatmates

    What We Do In The Shadows documents the struggles of four New Zealand vampires living together, trying to get along and fade into the background of normal society.

    via STV
  15. Enjoy a nice lunch in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £12 instead of £29 for a two course lunch for two including a glass of wine each at Da Giorgio Trattoria in Kirkton of Skene, Westhill. That's a saving of 59%.

    Italian dining, Kirkton of Skene

    Italian dining, Kirkton of Skene

    via ITISON
  16. Poor Things make their Aberdeen debut at Cellar 35

    The Perthshire boys who have lived and played in Glasgow for the last few years are all set to conquer the north tonight at 8pm.

    Poor Things, by POOR THINGS

    Poor Things, by POOR THINGS

    via BANDCAMP
  17. Celebrate 40 years of Peacock Visual Arts with a step back in time

    A snapshot exhibition which celebrates the present while acknowledging its past opens tonight.

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  18. CCTV footage released of man who went missing after night out

    Shaun Ritchie vanished from a wooded area near Strichen in Aberdeenshire on October 31.

    CCTV footage released of man who went missing after night out

    CCTV footage released of man who went missing after night out

    via STV
  19. Has a solution finally been found to the seagull scourge?

    The Evening Express are reporting that some signs in the city centre have been covered with 'Bird Free' - a gel which will stop birds fouling on the signs.

    Bird-proof gel is tested on Aberdeen city centre signs

    Bird-proof gel is tested on Aberdeen city centre signs

    via EVENINGEXPRESS
  20. First Aberdeen's Service 19 to become 'art on wheels' gallery

    Duncan Cameron, Managing Director of First Aberdeen, said: "Our ‘art gallery’ Platinum service looks fantastic and we’re really delighted to see it take to the road.

    "It’s the first time we've featured artwork on our buses and the works that have been produced are sure to be a talking point on board."

    via STV
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