1. Billionaire Ian Wood donates £4.5m to Robert Gordon University

    Sir Ian hopes the funding will help make RGU a 'world-class centre of excellence'.

    Billionaire Ian Wood donates £4.5m to Robert Gordon University

    Billionaire Ian Wood donates £4.5m to Robert Gordon University

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  2. Cat owner neglected animal leaving it starving and dehydrated

    Kayleigh Rutherford's home was covered in animal faeces, dirty clothes and bags of rubbish.

    Cat owner neglected animal leaving it starving and dehydrated

    Cat owner neglected animal leaving it starving and dehydrated

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  3. Hashtags are here to stay but Rabbie’s still safe

    From vloggers to #viralsensations, kids these days are changing the English language, but that doesn't mean our mither tongue has been completely abandoned.

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  4. Outdoor adventure park could be built in Kingswells

    An outdoor adventure park could be built on disused land in Kingswells if plans are approved by councillors.

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  5. Helicopter search for missing man who vanished seven months ago

    Shaun Ritchie, 20, was last seen by friends near Fraserburgh after a Halloween night out.

    Helicopter search for missing man who vanished seven months ago

    Helicopter search for missing man who vanished seven months ago

    via STV NEWS
  6. Shetland MSP Tavish Scott backs Carmichael in election memo row

    Mr Carmichael backed the leaking of a report which claimed the First Minister said she wanted David Cameron to stay on.

    Shetland MSP Tavish Scott backs Carmichael in election memo row

    Shetland MSP Tavish Scott backs Carmichael in election memo row

    via STV NEWS
  7. SNP set to lead Aberdeenshire Council after deal with party alliance

    Four councillors resigned from the council’s Conservative-led alliance this month, leaving it in the minority.

    SNP set to lead Aberdeenshire Council after deal with party alliance

    SNP set to lead Aberdeenshire Council after deal with party alliance

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  8. How Julia made the move from Inverurie to Beverly Hills

    Julia Stewart is in love with the art of make-up and has just gone from Aberdeen's Platinum Bridal to Beverly Hills to work with one of the finest in the (show) business.

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  9. Belmont Filmhouse plan to bring back alcohol in film screenings

    An application has been lodged with Aberdeen City Council to allow the cinema to let patrons drink alcohol in for some films.

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  10. Date set for by-elections after councillors elected to Westminster

    Former SNP councillors Callum McCaig and Kirsty Blackman were chosen to represent Aberdeen as MPs.

    Date set for by-elections after councillors elected to Westminster

    Date set for by-elections after councillors elected to Westminster

    via STV NEWS
  11. Grandfather missing on bus journey found after family's Facebook appeal

    An appeal was shared throughout Scotland more than 50,000 times in two hours.

    Grandfather missing on bus journey found after family's Facebook appea

    Grandfather missing on bus journey found after family's Facebook appea

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  12. Firefighters tackle third blaze at historic landmark in seven days

    Fire crews services were called to Broadford Works in Aberdeen on Monday night.

    Firefighters tackle third blaze at historic landmark in seven days

    Firefighters tackle third blaze at historic landmark in seven days

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  13. Businesses encourage shoppers to Swipii to redeem quirky rewards

    Business organisation Aberdeen Inspired has joined forces with 20 establishments in the city centre in a bid to reward shoppers through digital loyalty platform Swipii.

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  14. McCue and RGU competitors are on a row, row, roll

    RGU student Lewis McCue and his rowing teammates say they are just getting started after a number of impressive achievements.

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  15. Lib Dem: Commons would empty 'very fast' if lying MPs had to quit

    Sir Malcolm Bruce defended Alistair Carmichael over his leaked Sturgeon memo on the day police say they are investigating the matter.

    Lib Dem: Commons would empty 'very fast' if lying MPs had to quit

    Lib Dem: Commons would empty 'very fast' if lying MPs had to quit

    via STV NEWS
  16. Mother who caused deaths of two Scots scientists in crash avoids jail

    Elizabeth-Anne Dixon's driving cost the lives of Dr Stewart Rhind and Dr Julian Dawson in 2013.

    Mother who caused deaths of two Scots scientists in crash avoids jail

    Mother who caused deaths of two Scots scientists in crash avoids jail

    via STV NEWS
  17. Tory plan to stop Europeans voting on EU referendum a 'disgrace'

    French-born MSP Christian Allard says it is 'democratic disgrace' that he will not be able to vote.

    Tory plan to stop Europeans voting on EU referendum a 'disgrace'

    Tory plan to stop Europeans voting on EU referendum a 'disgrace'

    via STV NEWS
  18. Locals encouraged to back red squirrel resurgence project

    Hazlehead residents are being encouraged to get involved with a project to boost the red squirrel population.

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  19. CAMRA never lies in serving up real ale festival in Aberdeen

    The annual real ale festival once again promises to be a frothy festival of fun at Pittodrie from June 4 to 6.

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  20. Alistair Carmichael rejects calls to resign over leaked election memo

    Former Scottish secretary backed the leaking of a report during the general election campaign.

    Alistair Carmichael rejects calls to resign over leaked election memo

    Alistair Carmichael rejects calls to resign over leaked election memo

    via STV NEWS
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