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  1. Forecast gales predicted to cause ferry disruption

    If you're planning on travelling on the ferries tomorrow you may be in for a rough crossing.

    Ferry disruption warning as severe gales and rain batter Scotland

    Ferry disruption warning as severe gales and rain batter Scotland

    via STV
  2. How does your neighbourhood compare?

    The Office of National Statistics have produced this fairly nifty interactive graphic that let's you see how your constituency compares with the rest of the UK on measures such as employment, pensioners and ethnicity.

  3. Aberdeen Lynx up for Team of the Year

    Local Ice-Hockey Team Aberdeen Lynx are in the running for Team of the Year at tonight's Aberdeen Awards.

    The Lynx will be attending the Sports Aberdeen Awards tonight as we have been nominated for Club of the Year....

    Aberdeen Lynx

    via Twitter
  4. Alcohol-free student night this weekend

    The Evening Express reports Team Aberdeen, a civic initiative led by Aberdeen Inspired, has been working alongside a number of bodies in a bid to hold the dry night this Sunday.

    Alcohol-free student night to be held in Aberdeen

    Evening Express

    via Twitter
  5. Culter Village Hall rolling back the years

    It looks like the old tuck shop board has been found with some classic sweets and juice. But what year did it come from?

  6. Enjoy a meal for two in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £18 instead of up to £40 for two main meals at Montmartre Restaurant Francais. That's a saving of up to 55%.

    French dining @ Montmartre

    French dining @ Montmartre

    via ITISON
  7. Riverside Drive closed for emergency gas repairs

    Thanks to @BBCTravelScot who report the road is closed for emergency gas repairs between Polmuir Road and Wellington Road. Diversions are in place.

    Aberdeen - A945 Riverside Dv CLOSED for emergency gas repairs between Polmuir Rd and Wellington Rd - There are diversions. T.T.

    BBC Travel Scotland

    via Twitter
  8. Investigation into club court claims ordered by council chief

    The Press & Journal reports Angela Scott ordered a probe into claims that a senior solicitor “lied” in court during an appeal hearing for a local nightclub.

    Council chief ordered probe into Aberdeen nightclub 'lie' claims

    The Press & Journal

    via Twitter
  9. Diversion to buses on Stoneywood Road

    Thanks to @FirstAberdeen who report services heading to and from Dyce will be affected by the road closure from October 7.

    Stoneywood Road Diversion ...

    First Aberdeen

    via Twitter
  10. Drink-drive report uncovers shocking figures

    Nearly 1000 under-18s caught drink driving in Scotland in the past five years. The youngest was 12. We also have news on a helicopter safety drive. Kelly-Ann Woodland has the rest of this morning's headlines.

    via STV
  11. A Dangerous Game opens tomorrow at the Belmont

    This documentary looking at tycoon Donald Trump's involvement with the north east begins its run tomorrow. Screenings begin at 11am.

    A Dangerous Game

    A Dangerous Game

  12. Courts give go-ahead to put up festive lights this Christmas

    The Evening Express reports the city had been facing a blackout because of a legal challenge against the council over the contract. But Aberdeen Sheriff Court ruled that the local authority can go ahead with its decoration plans while the case is being dealt with.

    Aberdeen gets go-ahead for Christmas light-up despite legal challenge

    Evening Express

    via Twitter
  13. Still time to catch Big Country live

    The classic rockers will be playing The Lemon Tree tomorrow night. This is a great chance to catch this legendary band live and kicking on stage.

    Big Country - Celebrating 30 years of Steeltown - Gigs

    Big Country - Celebrating 30 years of Steeltown - Gigs

  14. Police continue to target bus routes in search for Kelli Ferris

    Aberdeen Police will continue their targeting of bus routes throughout the city that the missing 40-year-old may have taken on the day she was last seen.

    As part of the search for Kelli Ferris we've targeted bus routes she may have taken on the day she was last seen:


    via Twitter
  15. Bright and sunny, yes it is October

    Hard to believe there are only 83 days left until Christmas, especially with this lovely sunshine. And it should stay dry too.

    via STV
  16. Aberdeen Uni among the top 200 in the world

    The latest Times Higher Education World University Rankings for 2014/15, powered by Thomson Reuters, shows Aberdeen is ranked at 178 in the world. Our colleagues @STVNews have more.

    Four Scottish universities ranked among top 200 in the world

    Four Scottish universities ranked among top 200 in the world

    via STV
  17. Aberdeen Today: The Carl Verheyen Band, sports awards and Too Many T's

    From rockers to rappers and sporting achievement, Thursday is shaping up to be a corker.

  18. 'I never forget how lucky I am to have such an amazing job'

    This week Lorraine Kelly celebrates 30 years in the business and she took some time out of her busy week to answer our questions.

    Q&A: The queen of breakfast TV looks back on 30 years in the business

    Q&A: The queen of breakfast TV looks back on 30 years in the business

    via STV
  19. Watch the STV News at Six with Norman MacLeod

    David Cameron told his party conference he'll cut taxes for thirty million people if he's returned to Number Ten.

    via STV
  20. Hear more on new BT Sport Academy launched in the city

    And indeed, the first rugby academy of its kind launched in the country. Among those interviewed in the clip are Vern Cotter the current national team head coach.

    Play 'BT Sport Scottish Rugby Academy launched in Aberdeen.'
    via YOUTUBE
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