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  1. Aberdeen Today: Rockers Mogwai, La Tragedie Comique and plenty of theatrics

    From all time great bands to a taste of the theatre, the city is a busy place this Tuesday.

  2. POLL RESULTS: Does the city deserve the Carbuncle award?

    Only 26% of you have said no meaning a whopping 74% agree with the nomination which said Aberdeen is 'where architecture goes to die'.

    Join us again tomorrow for more questions, answers and all the latest news throughout the day.

    Carbuncle controversy divides opinion across the Granite City

    Carbuncle controversy divides opinion across the Granite City

    via STV
  3. Watch the STV News at Six again with Norman MacLeod

    Shops across Scotland today started charging for carrier bags. Whether you're at the supermarket or just a local takeaway you'll have to pay the five pence levy.

    via STV
  4. Scottish Government praised for taking measures to tackle poverty

    Scotland has the lowest child poverty rate in the UK once housing costs are taken into account.

    Progress to reduce child poverty stalls in Scotland, report finds

    Progress to reduce child poverty stalls in Scotland, report finds

    via STV
  5. Here's the STV News report on the Carbuncle nomination

    Architecture magazine Urban Realm cited the BDP-designed Union Square and the Matthew Hay Building as particular buildings that have come in for criticism in recent years.

    Aberdeen, 'where architecture goes to die' leads Carbuncle field

    Aberdeen, 'where architecture goes to die' leads Carbuncle field

    via STV
  6. Will you be travelling down for the rugby games next month?

    Scotland face Argentina and New Zealand at BT Murrayfield before taking on Tonga at Rugby Park. Find out who made the squad here with STV Sport.

    Edinburgh's Grant Gilchrist named Scotland captain for Autumn tests

    Edinburgh's Grant Gilchrist named Scotland captain for Autumn tests

    via STV
  7. Inquiry into fire at Highland Haven hotel in Macduff

    A joint police and fire investigation is expected to begin later this week when the building has been made safe to enter.

    Investigation launched into major blaze which destroyed former hotel

    Investigation launched into major blaze which destroyed former hotel

    via STV
  8. 'Halloween comes early to the Adelphi in ticket-only dinner'

    Here's a glimpse at the menu from Angus and Oink for next Monday's set dinner which includes all the usual Halloween themes.

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  9. Catch the goals from the rest of the Scottish Premiership

    Aberdeen succumbed to defeat on Friday night's trip to league leaders Hamilton, but here's what else happened over the weekend.

    Scottish Premiership Goal Rush: Watch every goal from the top flight a

    Scottish Premiership Goal Rush: Watch every goal from the top flight a

    via STV
  10. BT plans to create 100 Openreach jobs across Scotland

    The company aims to recruit 13 engineers in Aberdeen, Montrose, Fraserburgh and Peterhead.

    BT announces plans to create 100 engineering jobs across Scotland

    BT announces plans to create 100 engineering jobs across Scotland

    via STV
  11. Enjoy tea for two in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £10 instead of £20 for afternoon tea for two or £18 instead of £40 for afternoon tea for four at Carmelite in the Merchant Quarter; including freshly cut sandwiches, scones and a selection of cakes and traybakes. That's a saving of up to 55%.

    Carmelite afternoon tea

    Carmelite afternoon tea

    via ITISON
  12. Carbuncle controversy divides opinion across the Granite City

    There's been a flurry of debate since we reported ealier on Aberdeen being shortlisted for the award nobody wants. Are things here really that bad? Find out what people are saying and don't forget to vote in our poll.

  13. Alicia serves up another diamond exhibition at Woodend Barn

    Aberdeen's Alicia Bruce has become renowned for capturing striking images of ordinary people and her new exhibition "Digging for Diamonds" looks set to enhance her reputation.

    Neil Drysdale

  14. Colin Clyne to support Big Country in Stonehaven

    That's right - Big Country are coming to the north east of Scotland next February, the Town Hall to be precise, with tickets available now at £25.

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  15. Quitongo signs for Aberdeen - but it's not that one

    Jai is the 17-year-old son of Jose and joins the Under 20 side until January at least.

    Aberdeen FC

    Aberdeen FC

    via AFC
  16. Jason Durr talks to Lorraine Kelly ahead of Poirot show

    The former Heartbeat cop will take on the legendary role in Black Coffee at His Majesty's Theatre tonight.

    From Heartbeat to Poirot!

    From Heartbeat to Poirot!

    via ITV
  17. Have you considered being part of Camp America?

    Two of the folks behind the 'summer camp experience' are on their way to the Granite City right now to talk to RGU students tonight.

    Camp America on Twitter:

    Camp America on Twitter: "Dan and Charlie enjoying a lovely journey up

    via TWITTER
  18. Watch the latest STV News bulletin with Sharon Donaldson

    From today, customers will be charged five pence for every disposable carrier bag issued in Scotland.

    via STV
  19. Whistle My Lad gears up for feature-length film

    The short film shot in the north east impressed critics at Cannes, now the production company is in talks with London film executives to recreate the movie on a much bigger scale. Neil Drysdale spoke to the man with the vision.

  20. Video: Just another manic Monday with the weather?

    Find out what the rest of the day has in store in this short video with STV weather presenter Sean Batty.

    via STV
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