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  1. Ricky Burns to fight Argentinian Leonardo Esteban Gonzalez in Leeds

    Scottish fighter lost his WBO world lightweight title to American Terence Crawford before being beaten by Dejan Zlaticanin in June.

    Ricky Burns to fight Argentinian Leonardo Esteban Gonzalez in Leeds

    Ricky Burns to fight Argentinian Leonardo Esteban Gonzalez in Leeds

    via STV
  2. It's history, but what else happened on September 18?

    We take a look at memorable events which have taken place on this date, which will go down as a historic day for Scotland.

    REPORT BY: Neil Drysdale

  3. Dine out in style in the Deal of the Day

    Pay just £12 instead of up to £26 for any main course plus rice or naan each for two or £18 instead of up to £39 to include a starter each at Lahore Karahi in the city centre, serving up authentic Pakistani cuisine. That's a saving of up to 54%.

    Lahore Karahi Pakistani dining

    Lahore Karahi Pakistani dining

    via ITISON
  4. Scotland the Vine: the history of Scotland in the Union

    To commemorate the independence referendum, we've made a six-second Vine of Scotland's history in the Union.

  5. Heroes of Tomorrow event set for Saturday

    As part of TechFest, this talk looks at engaging the next generation of students in science communication. Ideal for S1 to S6 pupils, the lecture takes place at the Fraser Noble Building of Aberdeen Uni at 7.00pm.

    Heroes of Tomorrow

    Heroes of Tomorrow

    via ABERDEENCITY
  6. You don't need your polling card to vote

    If you've never voted before, and lost your polling card, don't worry, you can still vote. Here's the official tweet confirming it.

    Taking your polling card with you will speed up the process, but you can still vote without them before 10pm #indyref

    Scot Ref 2014

    @ScotRef2014
    via Twitter
  7. Would you like live WhatsApp updates on September 19?

    We are trialling a new WhatsApp service on September 19 for the Referendum. We'll round up the main headlines through key points of the day and broadcast them out to our contacts. If you'd like to take part in this service message ‘STV WhatsApp Edinburgh’ on WhatsApp to 07764 926 399.

    WhatsApp :: Home

    WhatsApp :: Home

    via WHATSAPP
  8. Entrepreneur launches indyref bridge building beer

    Stuart Ebdy has come has come up with an innovative way to get all sides of the independence debate raising a glass together, whatever the outcome - a referendum reconciliation ale.

    REPORT BY: Catriona MacPhee

  9. Council to write off £1m worth of parking fines

    The Evening Express report that the council may need to write off a huge number of parking fines, as it won't be able to collect them.

    £1m in parking fines written off by Aberdeen City Council. Read more here: http://t.co/jXRQGHcg66 or in today's @EveningExpress

    Andy McLaren

    @EEAndyMcLaren
    via Twitter
  10. BLOG: Terry McDermott on recording his new album

    "There are the late nights, the pressure, the creative demands, the lack of sleep and the frustration and blow outs, but finally, there are the incredible sounds that come back at you from the sound desk."

  11. As if there wasn't enough voting going on today...

    Take our wee poll and tell us how you are planning to while away the wee hours tonight as the indyref results come in.

    How are planning to spend tonight as the results come in?

    How are planning to spend tonight as the results come in?

    via POLAR
  12. Architect of Aberdeen's foodie revolution stands down

    The man who stepped up to a plate which was filled with stovies and helped transform the cultural palate of the region is calling it a day as chairman of A Taste of Grampian.

    REPORT BY: Neil Drysdale

  13. Schoolhill and Belmont Street to shut for family festival

    The Evening Express reports the streets will be closed will be closed to traffic this weekend for the Getabout Family Fun Festival.

    Two Aberdeen city centre streets to shut for family fun festival http://t.co/yDOeoK8Yzc

    Evening Express

    @EveningExpress
    via Twitter
  14. Ollie Howell at the Blue Lamp this evening

    One of the brightest talents in jazz will be gracing the stage tonight. Tickets are still available for the show. Doors open at 7.30pm.

    Ollie Howell Quintet at The Blue Lamp

    Ollie Howell Quintet at The Blue Lamp

    via SKIDDLE
  15. Australian fashion retailer opens store in Aberdeen

    Taking Shape has opened its first Scottish outlet in the city.

    The plus size brand specialist has taken a ten-year lease on the former Austin Reed store on Union Street.

    Taking Shape managing director, Alla Buinowicz, said: “Our new Aberdeen store is our very first Taking Shape store in Scotland which is incredibly exciting for us.

    "We believe that there is a great demand here for both our garments and commitment to providing a unique and caring shopping experience."

    via STV
  16. Bus routes diverted due to accident

    Thanks to @FirstAberdeen who report their 1, 2 and X40 services are being diverted to Beach Boulevard, missing out King Street due to an accident.

    Services 1, 2 and X40 are being diverted to Beach Boulevard, missing out King Street due to accident. We will inform you of updates ASAP.

    First Aberdeen

    @FirstAberdeen
    via Twitter
  17. Motorbike and car crash partially blocks busy road

    As we brought you earlier, Queen’s Road at the junction with Springfield Road has been partially blocked. The Evening Express reports Police and an ambulance are on the scene after a motorbike and car crashed there at 9am.

    Motorbike and car crash sparks big queues on Aberdeen road http://t.co/qnDWOCnu9y

    Evening Express

    @EveningExpress
    via Twitter
  18. 10am #ScotDecides: Referendum Live for Aberdeen

    It's finally here. September 18. The day Scotland decides whether it becomes independent of the United Kingdom.

  19. Dine out in style in the Deal of the Day

    Pay just £12 instead of up to £26 for any main course plus rice or naan each for two or £18 instead of up to £39 to include a starter each at Lahore Karahi in the city centre, serving up authentic Pakistani cuisine. That's a saving of up to 54%.

    Lahore Karahi Pakistani dining

    Lahore Karahi Pakistani dining

    via ITISON
  20. Fancy being part of Scotland's largest indyref photo project?

    The most important moment in Scottish history has arrived - find out how you can help us capture it in this feature from reporter Laura Piper.

    Portrait of a nation: join Scotland's largest referendum photo project

    Portrait of a nation: join Scotland's largest referendum photo project

    via STV
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