1. Police in north east did not attend almost 600 emergency calls

    Figures show police did not send officers to 583 calls between April 2014 and March this year.

    Police in north east did not attend almost 600 emergency calls

    Police in north east did not attend almost 600 emergency calls

    via STV NEWS
  2. Rail disruption in north east after 'incident' on train line

    Services between Aberdeen and Inverurie could be delayed, cancelled or revised, ScotRail said.

    Rail disruption in north east after 'incident' on train line

    Rail disruption in north east after 'incident' on train line

    via STV NEWS
  3. Features of the week: Greece ATM queues and Sturgeon beats Jolie

    Nicola Sturgeon was named the most influential woman in the world, while over in Greece the full force of the economic meltdown began to bite.

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  4. How do you fancy a job as a tea and cake taster in Aberdeen?

    Cake lovers could land themselves a sweet gig at the Caledonian by Thistle hotel.

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  5. Missing 13-year-old girl who walked out of school found safe and well

    Jessica Trayner left Harlaw Academy early on Wednesday was reported missing the next day.

    Missing 13-year-old girl who walked out of school found safe and well

    Missing 13-year-old girl who walked out of school found safe and well

    via STV NEWS
  6. 'Great deal more work' needed to improve Aberdeen City Council

    The Accounts Commission said the local authority has suffered from a 'history of strained relationships'.

    'Great deal more work' needed to improve Aberdeen City Council

    'Great deal more work' needed to improve Aberdeen City Council

    via STV NEWS
  7. Storms create spectacular displays of lightning across Scotland

    Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Dundee and Inverness were all hit by thunder, lightning and heavy rain.

    Storms create spectacular displays of lightning across Scotland

    Storms create spectacular displays of lightning across Scotland

    via STV NEWS
  8. Winning ping pong tournament team net £500 for MS Scotland

    Team from 15 city businesses took to the table tennis table to net hundreds of pounds for charity.

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  9. Jobs secured at Thain's bakery after takeover by Murdoch Allan

    Around 50 jobs at the famous local bakery has been secured after it was taken over by the Murdoch Allan company.

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  10. Priest abused teenage boys in 1970s and 80s at training college

    Colman McGrath abused two boys at Blairs College in Aberdeen and another in Glasgow.

    Priest abused teenage boys in 1970s and 80s at training college

    Priest abused teenage boys in 1970s and 80s at training college

    via STV NEWS
  11. Priest abused teenage boys in 1970s and 80s at training college

    Colman McGrath abused two boys at Blairs College in Aberdeen and another in Glasgow.

    Priest abused teenage boys in 1970s and 80s at training college

    Priest abused teenage boys in 1970s and 80s at training college

    via STV NEWS
  12. Nine children as young as 12 years old charged after hospital blaze

    Firefighters were faced with a 'well-established' fire when they arrived at former Royal Cornhill Hospital.

    Nine children as young as 12 years old charged after hospital blaze

    Nine children as young as 12 years old charged after hospital blaze

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  13. Inverurie butcher acclaimed as Britain's Best Meat Pie maker

    Donald Russell butchers beat off competition from across the whole of the UK to land the prestigious title.

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  14. Top names have designs on Scottish Home Show in Aberdeen

    Organisers hope that the line-up of events and speakers at this year's event will see it viewed as the country's best home show.

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  15. Farmer died after quad bike somersaulted and landed on top of him

    Thomas Shearer was badly injured in the accident on Orkney and later died in hospital.

    Farmer died after quad bike somersaulted and landed on top of him

    Farmer died after quad bike somersaulted and landed on top of him

    via STV NEWS
  16. Clare's Law allowing partner's violent past to be disclosed rolled out

    Law permits men and women who suspect their partner is violent to ask police to disclose information about their past.

    Clare's Law allowing partner's violent past to be disclosed rolled out

    Clare's Law allowing partner's violent past to be disclosed rolled out

    via STV NEWS
  17. Negotiations over Aberdeen's £3bn City Deal have been 'positive'

    Council chiefs hope to submit formal bid to the UK and Scottish governments in the coming months.

    Negotiations over Aberdeen's £3bn City Deal have been 'positive'

    Negotiations over Aberdeen's £3bn City Deal have been 'positive'

    via STV NEWS
  18. Stonehaven's Party in the Park helps food bank and Cyrenians

    The family music festival doing its bit for local charities.

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  19. Brothers make their own brew for Banchory Beer Festival

    Beer loving brother Mungo and Guy Finlayson have worked hard to make sure this year's festival is the biggest and best one yet.

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  20. Negotiations over Aberdeen's £3bn City Deal have been 'positive'

    Council chiefs hope to submit formal bid to the UK and Scottish governments in the coming months.

    Negotiations over Aberdeen's £3bn City Deal have been 'positive'

    Negotiations over Aberdeen's £3bn City Deal have been 'positive'

    via STV NEWS
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