1. Teenager locked up over involvement in Buckie pensioner's death

    James Robson, 66, was attacked in an 'unprovoked and violent' assault at his home.

    Teenager locked up over involvement in Buckie pensioner's death

    Teenager locked up over involvement in Buckie pensioner's death

    via STV NEWS
  2. Divisive Marischal Square scheme narrowly backed by councillors

    Politicians voted 22 to 21 against taking steps to halt the £107m development.

    Divisive Marischal Square scheme narrowly backed by councillors

    Divisive Marischal Square scheme narrowly backed by councillors

    via STV NEWS
  3. Film crew seek local heroes to help get movie Manifest rolling

    Local filmmakers have launched a crowdfunding campaign to help make their horror film a reality.

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  4. Aberdeen artist gains stamp of approval for maritime painting

    "I'm over the moon that my grandfather's painting is appearing on one of these stamps and will be seen by so many people."

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  5. Farmer who neglected sheep banned from owning animals for life

    David Booth, 43, was also fined £8000 at Aberdeen Sheriff Court on Friday.

    Farmer who neglected sheep banned from owning animals for life

    Farmer who neglected sheep banned from owning animals for life

    via STV NEWS
  6. Former head asks to be struck off teaching register before hearing

    Hilda Learmonth, who taught at Stromness Academy, was due to appear before the teaching council next week.

    Former head asks to be struck off teaching register before hearing

    Former head asks to be struck off teaching register before hearing

    via STV NEWS
  7. Vote over strategy backing three Traveller sites in Aberdeenshire

    The local authority could earmark sites in north, central and south Aberdeenshire amid rising demand.

    Vote over strategy backing three Traveller sites in Aberdeenshire

    Vote over strategy backing three Traveller sites in Aberdeenshire

    via STV NEWS
  8. Councillors vote 22 to 21 against Marischal Square motion

    Head to Twitter for more from our Marischal Square meeting liveblog.

    Councillors vote 22 to 21 against Marischal Square motion. Details of motion: http://t.co/fBaQtPAF51 #marischalsq

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  9. Watch the STV News at Six live from Aberdeen with Andrea Brymer

    A special council meeting is being held in Aberdeen over the controversial Marischal Square redevelopment , which has sparked protests on the city's streets.

    Developers Muse are set to build a one hundred million pounds hotel and leisure complex.

    via STV
  10. Man charged over 'offensive' tweet targeted at Celtic player

    The 29-year-old, from Aberdeen, will appear at Aberdeen sheriff court.

    Man charged over 'offensive' tweet targeted at Celtic player

    Man charged over 'offensive' tweet targeted at Celtic player

    via STV NEWS
  11. Plans for £333m Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre approved

    Developer Henry Boot will build the new exhibition centre and clean energy power station in Bucksburn.

    Plans for £333m Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre approved

    Plans for £333m Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre approved

    via STV NEWS
  12. Elderly man found dead on residential street identified after appeal

    The body of William Fraser, 72, was discovered on Robertson Road in Fraserburgh.

    Elderly man found dead on residential street identified after appeal

    Elderly man found dead on residential street identified after appeal

    via STV NEWS
  13. Regan: Sir Alex Ferguson's endorsement helped Brian McClair earn SFA role

    Stewart Regan has hinted at the former Manchester United and Scotland manager offering a recommendation for the new SFA performance director.

    Regan: Sir Alex Ferguson's endorsement helped Brian McClair earn SFA r

    Regan: Sir Alex Ferguson's endorsement helped Brian McClair earn SFA r

    via STV SPORT
  14. Armed officers still sent to non-gun incidents despite assurance

    Last year, the chief constable said armed units will 'only be deployed to firearms incidents or where there is a threat to life'.

    Armed officers still sent to non-gun incidents despite assurance

    Armed officers still sent to non-gun incidents despite assurance

    via STV NEWS
  15. Class sizes set to increase at Moray schools amid staffing crisis

    Primary two and three classes will grow from 25 to 30 pupils in a bid to free-up teachers.

    Class sizes set to increase at Moray schools amid staffing crisis

    Class sizes set to increase at Moray schools amid staffing crisis

    via STV NEWS
  16. Child sex abuse doctor spared more jail time for flouting web ban

    Doctor Kieran Titheridge was found using his mobile phone to access the internet while banned.

    Child sex abuse doctor spared more jail time for flouting web ban

    Child sex abuse doctor spared more jail time for flouting web ban

    via STV NEWS
  17. Motorist 'drove at 106mph' on Aberdeenshire road with 60mph limit

    The 21-year-old man was stopped on Tuesday as part of Police Scotland’s Operation Cedar.

    Motorist 'drove at 106mph' on Aberdeenshire road with 60mph limit

    Motorist 'drove at 106mph' on Aberdeenshire road with 60mph limit

    via STV NEWS
  18. Seagull Survival Guide to help public tackle troublesome gulls

    If you have a problem, if no one else can help, and if you can find them, maybe you can hire the A-Team. Or failing that, here's a Seagull Survivor Guide.

    [Read more]

  19. One Diamond Street late lounge to be 'unlike anything on offer in the city'

    £250,000 plans to turn the nightclub into a restaurant and late night venue have been approved.

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  20. Watchdog reviews handling of missing persons enquiries in Aberdeen

    HMICS will inspect how police manage reports of missing children, young people and at risk adults in Aberdeen.

    Watchdog reviews handling of missing persons enquiries in Aberdeen

    Watchdog reviews handling of missing persons enquiries in Aberdeen

    via STV NEWS
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