1. Heroin, cocaine and cannabis haul worth £15,000 seized in raid

    The drugs were recovered from a home in the Froghall Road area of Aberdeen on Monday.

    Heroin, cocaine and cannabis haul worth £15,000 seized in raid

    Heroin, cocaine and cannabis haul worth £15,000 seized in raid

    via STV NEWS
  2. Heroin, cocaine and cannabis haul worth £15,000 seized in raid

    The drugs were recovered from a home in the Froghall Road area of Aberdeen on Monday.

    Heroin, cocaine and cannabis haul worth £15,000 seized in raid

    Heroin, cocaine and cannabis haul worth £15,000 seized in raid

    via STV NEWS
  3. Aberdeen Cyrenians aim to highlight hazards faced by homeless in Sleep-out

    How would you fare sleeping rough for a night? An Aberdeen charity is laying down the gauntlet.

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  4. Somebody Cares chief reacts to "horrible" break-ins and five-figure theft

    An Aberdeen charity has suffered two break-ins during the last week and their chief blasts those responsible.

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  5. UK oil and gas production 'to increase for first time in 15 years'

    Oil and Gas UK said provisional figures show production over the first six months of this year could be 2.5% higher.

    UK oil and gas production 'to increase for first time in 15 years'

    UK oil and gas production 'to increase for first time in 15 years'

    via STV NEWS
  6. Cash machine destroyed by thieves in Co-op supermarket raid

    The ATM at shop in Aberdeen is believed to have been targeted at around 1am on Monday.

    Cash machine destroyed by thieves in Co-op supermarket raid

    Cash machine destroyed by thieves in Co-op supermarket raid

    via STV NEWS
  7. Seafood exporters discuss alternatives as Calais disruption continues

    It comes as lorries are delayed going through the channel tunnel due to ongoing problems in Calais.

    Seafood exporters discuss alternatives as Calais disruption continues

    Seafood exporters discuss alternatives as Calais disruption continues

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  8. Friends of Seaton Park to celebrate transformation with ParkFest

    The popular green space has been transformed by refurbishments and sponsorship. Why not head to ParkFest to check it out?

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  9. Aberdeen FC says congratulations to city's young stars after Norway Cup

    Lewis United won 12 out of 12 games at the Norway Cup, as well as the respect of their heroes at Aberdeen FC.

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  10. Driver suffers life threatening injuries in Aberdeenshire crash

    A silver Porsche was involved in a crash with a grey Toyota Hilux on the B976.

    Driver suffers life threatening injuries in Aberdeenshire crash

    Driver suffers life threatening injuries in Aberdeenshire crash

    via STV NEWS
  11. Teenager faces jail after raping and sexually assaulting 15-year-old

    Michael Duncan, 19, ignored the girl's pleas to stop during the attack in Aberdeen last year.

    Teenager faces jail after raping and sexually assaulting 15-year-old

    Teenager faces jail after raping and sexually assaulting 15-year-old

    via STV NEWS
  12. Teenager faces jail after raping and sexually assaulting 15-year-old

    Michael Duncan, 19, ignored the girl's pleas to stop during the attack in Aberdeen last year.

    Teenager faces jail after raping and sexually assaulting 15-year-old

    Teenager faces jail after raping and sexually assaulting 15-year-old

    via STV NEWS
  13. Garthdee pub could be demolished to make way for student housing

    The Caledon could be demolished if plans get the go ahead. Here are the details.

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  14. Kintore Railway Station could reopen in 2019 under new plans

    After 50 years, new life could be breathed into the defunct Aberdeenshire station.

    [Read more]

  15. Lifeboats sent to catch runaway vessel after skipper falls overboard

    The man was retrieved shortly after tumbling into the sea east of Boddam Harbour.

    Lifeboats sent to catch runaway vessel after skipper falls overboard

    Lifeboats sent to catch runaway vessel after skipper falls overboard

    via STV NEWS
  16. Historic landmark hit by 34 blazes given round-the-clock security

    Broadford Works became a target for vandals after Richards of Aberdeen moved out in 2003.

    Historic landmark hit by 34 blazes given round-the-clock security

    Historic landmark hit by 34 blazes given round-the-clock security

    via STV NEWS
  17. Elderly tourist dies after flu virus hits ten-day coach trip

    The pensioner was taken to Gilbert Bain Hospital in Lerwick after getting off a ferry in Shetland.

    Elderly tourist dies after flu virus hits ten-day coach trip

    Elderly tourist dies after flu virus hits ten-day coach trip

    via STV NEWS
  18. Granite City Brick Show heads for Aberdeen next March

    Building on the success of Lego groups across the north east, the news that the Granite City Brick Show is heading to the AECC next year has delighted building block fans.

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  19. Aberdeen Film Festival will go ahead despite funding problems

    The organisers of the Aberdeen Film Festival have unveiled some alternative plans for this year's event.

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  20. Scottish secretary to make pledge for more island community powers

    David Mundell will make pledge on a visit to Stornoway on Thursday.

    Scottish secretary to make pledge for more island community powers

    Scottish secretary to make pledge for more island community powers

    via STV NEWS
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