1. Man appears in court over alleged online abuse of young Celtic fan

    Comments about 11-year-old Jay Beatty, who has Down's Syndrome, were allegedly posted on social media.

    Man appears in court over alleged online abuse of young Celtic fan

    Man appears in court over alleged online abuse of young Celtic fan

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  2. Hundreds of jobs lost in North Sea as oil giants announce cutbacks

    Shell plan to cut 250 posts, while 100 jobs will be lost at TAQA UK.

    Hundreds of jobs lost in North Sea as oil giants announce cutbacks

    Hundreds of jobs lost in North Sea as oil giants announce cutbacks

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  3. Food bank considers building new store room after donations flood in

    Charity Instant Neighbour praised an ‘absolutely phenomenal’ community response to a plea for parcels

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  4. Barcode blunder forces ACC to resend 45,000 council tax bills

    The city council will have to send out thousands of new council tax bills after the first batch carried the wrong barcode.

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  5. Heroin and cocaine haul worth £84,000 seized in city centre raid

    Officers also recovered a small amount of money during the operation in Aberdeen.

    Heroin and cocaine haul worth £84,000 seized in city centre raid

    Heroin and cocaine haul worth £84,000 seized in city centre raid

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  6. Landmark's office transformation scrapped in favour of student flats

    Aberdeen's Triple Kirks church will be turned into student accommodation.

    Landmark's office transformation scrapped in favour of student flats

    Landmark's office transformation scrapped in favour of student flats

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  7. Driver taken to hospital after tanker catches fire on A90 road

    The blaze took hold of the front of the vehicle, which was carrying more than 37,000 litres of fuel.

    Driver taken to hospital after tanker catches fire on A90 road

    Driver taken to hospital after tanker catches fire on A90 road

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  8. Outlander author backs campaign to save Castle Leod

    Diana Gabaldon has lent her support to a campaign to help restore the crumbling castle near Strathpeffer.

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  9. Best Girl Athlete's April appearance at St Machar's Cathedral

    Talented teen Katie Buchan will perform tracks from her album 'Carve Every World' in front of a home crowd on April 16.

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  10. Couple buy 'last letter' written aboard doomed Titanic for £120,000

    The note was purchased by Titanic enthusiast Garreth Wood and his wife Nicola.

    Couple buy 'last letter' written aboard doomed Titanic for £120,000

    Couple buy 'last letter' written aboard doomed Titanic for £120,000

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  11. Fresh CCTV released in bid to trace thief who raided newsagent

    A 'large quantity' of cash was stolen from an RS McColl store in Aberdeen in January.

    Fresh CCTV released in bid to trace thief who raided newsagent

    Fresh CCTV released in bid to trace thief who raided newsagent

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  12. Food bank forced to turn away hungry families after donations dry up

    Aberdeen charity Instant Neighbour said it has been left in a 'desperate' situation.

    Food bank forced to turn away hungry families after donations dry up

    Food bank forced to turn away hungry families after donations dry up

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  13. Mary's Meals resume Liberia school efforts after Ebola halt

    The Scottish-based charity have been allowed back inside classrooms across the poverty-stricken country.

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  14. Iconic million-pound Enzo Ferrari supercar revs into Alford

    Car lovers will get their chance to see the rare supercar at the Grampian Transport Museum this summer.

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  15. Motorists warned over A90 delays as £500,000 roadworks get under way

    Work will be carried out in phases at five locations between Dundee and Peterhead until March 30.

    Motorists warned over A90 delays as £500,000 roadworks get under way

    Motorists warned over A90 delays as £500,000 roadworks get under way

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  16. Husky collapsed with bleeding paws after cyclist ran him to exhaustion

    Jason McKay caused Max the husky unnecessary suffering when he cycled with him on a lead.

    Husky collapsed with bleeding paws after cyclist ran him to exhaustion

    Husky collapsed with bleeding paws after cyclist ran him to exhaustion

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  17. Plans lodged for recycling centre which could save city £5m a year

    SITA UK plans to build the £23m facility at Aberdeen's Altens East industrial estate.

    Plans lodged for recycling centre which could save city £5m a year

    Plans lodged for recycling centre which could save city £5m a year

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  18. Aberdeenshire coach urges SRU to bring pro rugby team to city

    Kevin Wyness has urged the SRU to create a third professional side in Aberdeen to help boost the national team.

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  19. Echt Tandoori curries favour with judges at national awards

    The popular curry house, which can count Emeli Sande as one of its fans, won a top prize at the Scottish Curry Awards.

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  20. New university rector rides stuffed bull to pub in initiation ritual

    Maggie Chapman has been named rector of the University of Aberdeen.

    New university rector rides stuffed bull to pub in initiation ritual

    New university rector rides stuffed bull to pub in initiation ritual

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