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  1. Could you help with the Duthie Park Garden Project?

    Tomorrow between 10am and 12pm you can help out at the park with this free taster session.

    Duthie Park Garden Project.

    Duthie Park Garden Project.

    via ABERDEENCITY
  2. Kincardine Castle gets the limelight on American television

    The Deeside Piper reports on the documentary which was filmed at the castle, inspired by STV drama Downton Abbey.

    Castle steals the show as Scottish Estates hit screens

    Castle steals the show as Scottish Estates hit screens

    via DEESIDEPIPER
  3. Who says bands are big-headed these days?

    Here's some proof to the contrary as The Xcerts get ready for their support slot at tonight's Twin Atlantic gig... On a First bus!

    The XCERTS on Twitter:

    The XCERTS on Twitter: "You know how we roll! First night of the @twin

    via TWITTER
  4. Highland Haven expected to be torn down by November 7

    Aberdeenshire Council engineers have recommended the front block of the hotel is completely demolished.

    Demolition proposed for former hotel gutted in weekend blaze

    Demolition proposed for former hotel gutted in weekend blaze

    via STV
  5. Watch the latest STV News bulletin with Norman MacLeod

    Dundee United players Mark Wilson and Paul Paton have been dropped for Saturday's game in Inverness amid a club investigation into the conduct of the pair.

    via STV
  6. Will the weather improve ahead of the weekend?

    There's only one way to find out - watch the latest forecast video from STV weather presenter Sean Batty, right here.

    via STV
  7. Keep an eye on STV Sport's preview of Friday night football

    Dons' manager Derek McInnes has been speaking to the media today ahead of tomorrow night's clash with Motherwell at Pittodrie.

    Derek - Russell is an important player but we've lost silly goals when he's been playing too.

    Aberdeen FC

    @AberdeenFC
    via Twitter
  8. Golden Square illumination on the cards if plan gets green light

    The iconic 5th Duke of Gordon statue and surrounding trees could be bathed in light to enhance the square’s reputation as a popular and safe night-time attraction. Here's the plan.

  9. Enjoy a great break away in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £55 instead of up to £101 for an overnight B&B stay for two with a welcome drink or £99 instead of £237 for two nights B&B with a two course dinner & bottle of wine at The Royal Highland Hotel in Inverness city centre. That's a saving of up to 58%.

    Inverness getaway - £55

    Inverness getaway - £55

    via ITISON
  10. Concerns raised over care at Aberdeen playscheme

    The Evening Express reports The Care Inspectorate have raised an issue that the public could have access to children’s records at Aberdeen’s Beach Leisure Centre Playscheme.

    Watchdog criticises care at Aberdeen playscheme http://t.co/GLRGmz69yC

    Evening Express

    @EveningExpress
    via Twitter
  11. Another chance to catch Tony Benn documentary

    This film about the late MP returns to the big screen from tomorrow and will enjoy another run throughout next week. The first screening is at 1.30pm.

    Tony Benn: Will and Testament - Belmont Filmhouse

    Tony Benn: Will and Testament - Belmont Filmhouse

    via BELMONTFILMHOUSE
  12. Gray Street is closed due to a fire

    Emergency services are currently attending a fire on Gray Street. The street has been closed to through traffic as a result.

    Gray Street in Aberdeen is currently CLOSED while @scotfire_north attend to a fire #ABZTravel

    NE Roads Updates

    @PolScotRoadsNE
    via Twitter
  13. 'People order a box of cupcakes like pizza or Chinese'

    Hold the phone, you'll soon be able to buy Cupcakes by Jo in the city centre when the delivery service opens its first shop. Victoria Pease has all the sweetie details.

  14. MSP congratulates Aberdeen charity on funding win

    Kevin Stewart MSP has welcomed a recent funding boost for Choices Aberdeen, after it was awarded nearly £10,000 from the Big Lottery.

    £9,972 funding has been awarded for the charity to run a series of cookery classes for young mothers and to allow the mothers and their babies take part in a storytelling programme.

    The Aberdeen central MSP said: “Choices Aberdeen are well known in our city for the work that they do. I am glad to hear that they have received this funding so that they can continue to deliver their service.

    Choices Aberdeen - Promoting & Supporting Positive Relationships

    Choices Aberdeen - Promoting & Supporting Positive Relationships

    via CHOICESABERDEEN
  15. Love, Rosie opens today

    A heart warming, autumnal Rom Com you say? Well here's one, Love, Rosie.

    Love, Rosie

    Love, Rosie

    via CINEWORLD
  16. Driver who fell asleep and killed man jailed for more than four years

    The Evening Express reports Dean Hughes has been jailed for four years and eight months for causing the death of Stephen Brentnall by dangerous driving.

    Jail for driver who fell asleep at wheel and killed Aberdeen man http://t.co/zK1VCXZYlS http://t.co/17EjZh82QK

    Evening Express

    @EveningExpress
    via Twitter
  17. And the Student Show will be...

    This year's popular production has been confirmed as Tilly Elliot. We're getting ready to boogie.

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  18. Disruption on the railways

    Thanks to @BBCTravelScot who report there are some disruption and cancellations on ScotRail services between Aberdeen and Inverurie with a signalling problem between Dyce and Inverurie.

    Disruption ScotRail btwn Abdn/Inverurie signalling probl btwn Dyce/ Inverurie. Some trains have been cancelled.

    BBC Travel Scotland

    @BBCTravelScot
    via Twitter
  19. Golden Square could be lit up by spotlights

    The Press & Journal reports the area could feature spotlights with colourful lighting on trees and the Duke of Gordon statue if planning is approved.

    Spotlight to shine on Golden Square if plans get go ahead http://t.co/xrbTz7MSBx

    The Press & Journal

    @pressjournal
    via Twitter
  20. Service apologises for Aberdeen ambulance sent for patient in Orkney

    A mistake by staff in the Inverness control room meant the ambulance went to Great Western Road in the city instead of going Great Western Road in Kirkwall. Our colleagues @STVNews have more.

    Ambulance apology after paramedics sent to Aberdeen instead of Orkney

    Ambulance apology after paramedics sent to Aberdeen instead of Orkney

    via STV
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