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  1. With a flurry of lights and a whole parade, Christmas comes to Aberdeen

    It took Beauty and the Beast in an open top car, a Victorian time machine and giant robotic alien head, but Christmas now officially launches in Aberdeen tonight. Have a fantastic time and a wee mulled wine on us folks, and we'll catch you bright and early in the morning - hopefully with the scent of Christmas still lingering in the air.

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  2. Miniature worlds go on show at Scotland's train stations

    When a Luxembourg artist met a Scottish fishmonger, it was inevitable that interesting and wonderful things would happen.

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  3. Plans hatched for 'hensioner' project in Scotland's care homes

    A HenPower project hatched south of the border to foster feathered friendships between elderly residents and chickens is about to arrive in Scotland.

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  4. Aberdeen, are you ready to get your bling on?

    It's not long to go now until the Christmas light switch on Union Street tonight. The parade starts at 5:30pm so get their with time to spare and do remember to send in your lovely sparkly pictures.

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  5. Your favourite Christmas toys from days gone by

    Check out the top 10 best selling toys of the past 50 years, including Cabbage Patch Dolls, Rubik's cube, Monopoly, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle figurines and Buzz Lightyear:

  6. Our favourite little lady, Maggie Smith, is calling the shots in My Old Lady

    When Mathias's father passes, he leaves him an apartment in Paris, but fails to mention he has also inherited it's resident.

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  7. Disabled 'losing out' on support grants to help them into work

    Information published by the Scottish Parliament Information Centre (SPICe) shows that while 8% of the people who receive Access to Work payments live in Scotland, only 6% of the funds spent on the scheme have gone to people north of the border.

    Disabled 'losing out' on support grants to help them into work

    Disabled 'losing out' on support grants to help them into work

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  8. Send out the Bat Signal - Aberdeen comic fayre is go!

    The bat signal is out. The avengers have assembled. Storm has clearly influenced the weather. And BrewDog Aberdeen comic book fayre is officially underway. On today, catch up on all the heroic action here:

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  9. Neglected collie cross ready for new start after owner jailed

    Do you have room for Tess? She's looking for a nice family to adopt her from the Scottish SPCA’s Aberdeenshire centre.

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  10. Romantic overnight stay for two in the Highlands

    £59 instead of £143 for an overnight stay for two including full Scottish breakfast, 3-course dinner, wine and late check-out or £85 instead of £205 for two nights with dinner on the first night at the Highlander Hotel, Newtonmore – save up to 59%

    Checkout - itison

    Checkout - itison

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  11. Scotland receives record warmest year so far

    It might be hard to believe as you reach for your coat this brisk November day, but according to the National Climatic Data Centre, Scotland - and indeed a great many spots across the world, have experienced record warm temperatures on land and sea this year. Check it out:

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  12. Scotland ice event gives world's impaired skaters a chance at gold

    "Seeing these kids take to the ice will break your heart, but only in the very best of ways."

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  13. River reflections captured along the Dee

    This striking image was captured by Neily, one of our top local photographers using long exposure to photograph the light reflections along the River Dee. If you would like to share your photos of Aberdeen, please send them in by Tweeting us @STVAberdeen like Neily did:

    River Dee #Aberdeen @aboutaberdeen1 @visitabdn @VisitScotland @TheLaird @STVAberdeen @EveningExpress @Aberdeen_News_ http://t.co/oCDbMdhyPU

    Neily

    @Neily39
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  14. YMCA Scotland appoints first woman leader in 90 years

    "I am excited by the challenges of the job ahead that will enable me to speak out with and for young people, many of whom are vulnerable and marginalised."

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  15. Scotland 37-12 Tonga: Cotter's side claim win in encouraging display

    Scotland rounded off 2014 with another hugely encouraging display as they swept five tries past Tonga in a 37-12 win at Kilmarnock's Rugby Park.

    Scotland 37-12 Tonga: Cotter's side claim win in encouraging display

    Scotland 37-12 Tonga: Cotter's side claim win in encouraging display

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  16. If you go down to the woods today, get ready to roast a Tunnock's Teacake...

    Local ladies Mandy from Mud Pies and Claire the Foodie Quine are having a family woodland day at Countesswells Woods, foraging for sorrell and cones to make festive hearts around a campfire. They'll also be tracking tangerines, cooking Pannettone french toast and making popcorn..oh, and Tunnock's! Here are the details:

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  17. Video tribute to boy, 11, who died after being hit by vehicle on A90

    A special video tribute has been paid to 11-year-old Bobby Douglas, a schoolboy described as "the original rascal who had a heart of gold" by those who knew him. Bobby, a much loved member of the Aberdeen Combat Centre, lost his life on the A90 on Friday night. Police are still investigating and urge anyone with information to call 101.

    Play 'A Tribute to Bobby Douglas. RIP 2003-2014'
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  18. 'Rest easy little brother' tributes paid to 11-year-old A90 victim

    A community has paid tribute to 11-year-old Bobby Douglas who died after being struck by a vehicle on the A90 on Friday night.

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  19. Plans hatched for 'hensioner' project in Scotland's care homes

    A very special flock of feathered friends are being flow in to combat loneliness in our care homes. Just tap the chicken for the full story:

  20. A stormy night and a stranger at the door sets the scene for No Good Deed

    When a psychopath has escaped from jail, he convinces a friendly woman to let him into her house, claiming his car has broken down. Watch the trailer to find out if he just wanted a warm cup of tea.

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