1. The days when football matches used to be staged on Christmas Day have long gone

    It's coming up to 50 years since the Dons last played at Pittodrie on Christmas Day, so we asked Aberdeen FC historian Kevin Stirling to look back at the December 25 matches.

    Highs and lows for the Dons on Christmas Day action

    Highs and lows for the Dons on Christmas Day action

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  2. STV News at Six: Treasury Secretary calls for north sea oil tax help

    The Chief Secretary to the Treasury says the UK government must accept significantly lower taxes from the North Sea in future to create jobs and boost investment.

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  3. Three chances to see Santa and his electrifying elves tomorrow

    Satrosphere Science Centre are doing Christmas in their own style and Santa has kindly agreed to head along.

    Don't forget our high-voltage Xmas Party this Saturday! Hair raising show and musical coils will illuminate your Xmas http://t.co/FdDBQvBxC9

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  4. If you've still not seen Frozen tomorrow is the ideal opportunity

    Daviot Movie Club are having a sing-a-long screening at the village hall from 2pm. Tickets are £3.50 for under 14s and £5 for everyone else.

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  5. 'Last few tickets left' for Tunnels' Hogmanay of House

    They are still priced £5 but there isn't much time left to pick them up to celebrate New Year's Eve in style.

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  6. 'We have to take the penalty but we still feel it is not right'

    An appeal to the Court of Arbitration in Sport had been previously discussed as an option but Deila now wants to put it into the past and move on from the result.

    Ronny Deila: Aleksandar Tonev is staying at Celtic despite racism ban

    Ronny Deila: Aleksandar Tonev is staying at Celtic despite racism ban

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  7. Take a look back at 2014 in film with Dallas King

    There's the best and worst movies of the year as well as a couple of other awards from the Belmont Filmhouse film blogger.

    Championship Celluloid: Review Of The Year

    Championship Celluloid: Review Of The Year

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  8. 'Financial challenges remain' for Scots police force, says report

    HM Inspector of Constabulary Derek Penman said Police Scotland must focus on sustainability, engagement with local communities and scrutiny in his annual report.

    'Financial challenges remain' for Scots police force, says report

    'Financial challenges remain' for Scots police force, says report

    via STV
  9. Get away from it all in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £79 instead of £170 for an overnight stay for two including a bottle of wine on arrival, three course dinner and breakfast or £119 instead of £276 for two nights B&B with dinner on first night at Tulloch Castle Hotel in Dingwall. That's a saving of up to 57%.

    Tulloch Castle getaway

    Tulloch Castle getaway

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  10. Treading the Boards celebrate 25 years on stage with Sweet Charity

    The talented folk from Treading the Boards will perform the smash hit musical at the Aberdeen Arts Centre and Theatre between February 4 and 7.

    Sweet Charity | Aberdeen Performing Arts

    Sweet Charity | Aberdeen Performing Arts

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  11. Aberdeen Cyrenians charity cookbook for a stocking filler

    The book Str-eat Alternatives cookbook gives readers a closer insight into the work of the charity and will raise funds for Cyrenian's Christmas campaign.

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  12. City council improve water pipes to the tune of £5.3m

    Read more from the local authority here as the work finishes after running for 17 months.

    Project ensures Aberdeen's water is 100 miles better

    Project ensures Aberdeen's water is 100 miles better

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  13. Legendary Oscar nominated documentary from 1951 comes back to life to retell the triumph

    Kon-Tiki illustrates the true story of Norwegian explorer Thor Heyerdal and his journey across the Pacific on a raft to prove that South Americans were the first to settle in Polynesia.

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  14. Have you seen The Banter Bus driving around Aberdeen?

    Recently First Aberdeen gave school children the chance to name buses in the area - and this one might make you smile on a Friday heading home.

    Photo by sshendoo on Instagram.

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  15. Ian Wood: North Sea oil and gas industry 'will recover' from slump

    The Wood Group owner said he believes the price of oil will recover in 'late 2015 or early 2016'.

    Ian Wood: North Sea oil and gas industry 'will recover' from slump

    Ian Wood: North Sea oil and gas industry 'will recover' from slump

    via STV
  16. Did you miss the news about Estelle's big book deal?

    She is only 17, but Peterhead's Estelle Maskame has already wowed global audiences with her online books. Now, she has been signed up by the major Scottish company Black & White.

    Peterhead teenager Estelle seals three-book publishing deal

    Peterhead teenager Estelle seals three-book publishing deal

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  17. STV News: Danny Alexander reacts to oil and gas industry warnings

    Also in the latest news video: the new chairman of crisis-hit NHS Grampian has been unveiled.

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  18. Older but certainly not wiser, Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels return

    It's been 20 years since the comedy duo first graced our screens and now they reunite in Dumb and Dumber To for another adventure, this time to find Harry's long lost daughter.

    via STV
  19. World's deepest-dwelling fish discovered in depths of Pacific Ocean

    Researchers from the University of Aberdeen also captured the first footage of an extremely rare “supergiant” crustacean in the 30-day expedition.

    World's deepest-dwelling fish discovered in depths of Pacific Ocean

    World's deepest-dwelling fish discovered in depths of Pacific Ocean

    via STV
  20. Highs and lows for the Dons on Christmas Day action

    It's coming up to 50 years since the Dons last played at Pittodrie on Christmas Day, so we asked Aberdeen FC historian Kevin Stirling to look back at the December 25 matches.

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