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  1. First BT Sport Academy to be unveiled today

    Scottish Rugby will be unveiling the first BT Sport Academy in the city later. The centre is one of four which will drive forward standards for young players who want to play professionally.

    Exciting news coming from Aberdeen today as Scottish Rugby unveils its first BT Sport Academy. http://t.co/ti8BkrsOtb

    Scottish Rugby

    @Scotlandteam
    via Twitter
  2. The RSNO at the Music Hall tomorrow night

    Classical fans shouldn't miss this performance of Overture to Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg. Tickets are still available for the show.

    RSNO: Oundjian Conducts Scheherazade, Music Hall

    RSNO: Oundjian Conducts Scheherazade, Music Hall

    via RSNO
  3. Local landline calls must now include area code

    BBC Scotland reports that phoneusers in the city now have to dial the full 11-digit telephone number to make a local call on a landline. Ofcom has introduced the change because Aberdeen is one of several cities across the UK which is running out of numbers.

    Local landline calls in Aberdeen area must now include 01224 area code in a change designed to free up new numbers http://t.co/bBfA4O0rlJ

    BBC Scotland News

    @BBCScotlandNews
    via Twitter
  4. Clouds, clouds, clouds then sun

    It's going to be overcast throughout today. But it should be worth it as there's some sunshine due this evening.

    via STV
  5. Works will close King Street for four days

    The Evening Express reports that resurfacing work is due to begin next Monday and is expected to be completed next Friday.

    Busy Aberdeen city centre street to close for four days http://t.co/6nnqPtsZZp

    Evening Express

    @EveningExpress
    via Twitter
  6. Aberdeen Today: The Paul McKenna Band, The Outside Track and Stephen Fry

    Wednesday is a busy one with musical magic and a much loved comedian.

  7. Our Digital Spark Award entry deadline is 5pm on Friday

    Whether you're working on a language, art or media project - if it uses social media and words then our #STVSpark panel of industry expert judges want to know more.

    The STV Digital Spark Award - bringing new life to language

    The STV Digital Spark Award - bringing new life to language

    via STV
  8. Watch the STV News at Six again with Norman MacLeod

    Guns being carried by Police Officers in Scotland could be covered with a new type of holster in an attempt to make them less visible.

    via STV
  9. Ready for a spooky special episode at Captain Tom's?

    Episode two of the second online live music series will come round on Saturday November 1. Already confirmed are Ray Brower, Set For September, Late Landing, Ed Prosek and Suburban Saints.

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  10. Great Scott! Did you spot a DeLorean in the Deen today?

    The legendary vehicle was at the Belmont Filmhouse getting ready for this weekend's Back To The Future marathon. We'll have more on that tomorrow. (picture from @ixl1975 on Instagram)

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  11. Head to Cellar 35 for food bank drive from 7.30pm tonight

    Parcels will be collected for an hour and taken to the Cyrenians charity in the area. Find out more from our reporter Victoria Pease here.

    Food for thought: Cellar 35 open doors for donations drive

    Food for thought: Cellar 35 open doors for donations drive

    via STV
  12. Here's the Aberdeen team taking on St Mirren tonight

    The game is the last of four home ties in a row for the Dons as Adam Rooney and David Goodwillie partner each other up front once again.

    Aberdeen FC on Twitter:

    Aberdeen FC on Twitter: "Aberdeen team to face St Mirren at Pittodrie-

    via TWITTER
  13. What is it like being a volunteer gallery assistant at King's?

    University of Aberdeen student Hanane has blogged about the museum experience here.

    Volunteering at King's Museum

    Volunteering at King's Museum

    via UNIVERSITY OF ABERDEEN MUSEUMS
  14. Doric Dirl returns as part of Food and Fiddle Fortnight

    We'll have more on the Royal Deeside festival in the coming days for its October 16 return, but look back at the pictures here for the tenth anniversary of the event.

    Doric Dirl is back! in Food & Fiddle Fortnight in Royal Deeside Thursday 16th Oct. Booking being taken now. http://t.co/Ja3gz77wn2

    Visit Royal Deeside

    @RoyalDMO
    via Twitter
  15. Drug dealers stashed cocaine worth up to £680,000 in 'safe house'

    Martin Knights and Keith Whyte, both prisoners in Aberdeen, pleaded guilty to being involved in the supply of drugs in the city between February 13 and February 27, 2014.

    Drug dealers stashed cocaine worth up to £680,000 in 'safe house'

    Drug dealers stashed cocaine worth up to £680,000 in 'safe house'

    via STV
  16. Learn how to take the perfect shot in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £34 for an exclusive photography tour for one with Apex Photographics – visit local scenic spots including Gourdon, Stonehaven, Dunottar Castle and Footdee and receive tuition and advice on how to take the perfect outdoor shot.

    Scenic photography tour

    Scenic photography tour

    via ITISON
  17. Brown calls for 100,000 Scots to sign further powers petition

    Gordon Brown has called for 100,000 Scots to sign a petition demanding that Westminster keeps its vow on further powers for the Scottish Parliament.

    Brown calls for 100,000 signatures on further powers petition

    Brown calls for 100,000 signatures on further powers petition

    via STV
  18. Scotland's nightly flagship news programme live online

    This stream is available for desktop and iPad users. Mobile users should switch to the standard desktop version of the site to enjoy the stream.

    Watch a live stream of STV News at Six: Aberdeen and North of Scotland

    Watch a live stream of STV News at Six: Aberdeen and North of Scotland

    via STV
  19. Aberdeen students get ready to rally against gender violence

    Students at Aberdeen University are organising a march against gender violence for October 6.

    The Reclaim the Night facebook page states: 'Recently victim blaming has been a major talking-point within AUSA and around campus. We want all self-defining women to join together and march from Hillhead, through campus and into town to show that women should be able to confidently walk through Aberdeen at night and feel safe on our streets.'

    The walk is open to anyone from the community to join and take part, congregating at the Hillhead Halls of Residence at 7.30pm.

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  20. Food bank drive at Cellar 35 tonight at 7.30pm

    Kind hearted Aberdonians urged to dig deep to help co-op effort to aid hard up locals. REPORT BY: Victoria Pease

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