1. Doctor admits arranging child abuse 'sexual services' through Skype

    Kieran Titheridge was also caught with child abuse images at his home.

    Doctor admits arranging child abuse 'sexual services' through Skype

    Doctor admits arranging child abuse 'sexual services' through Skype

    via STV NEWS
  2. Stephen Daisley on seats and vote share in Scotland and Westminster

    The current state of play in Scotland and at Westminster with analysis by Stephen Daisley, STV's digital political correspondent.

    #GE15: The current state of play in Scotland and at Westminster

    #GE15: The current state of play in Scotland and at Westminster

    via STV SCOTLAND DECIDES
  3. Get the hottest tickets in town in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £12 instead of £24 for one ticket to The Burlesque Ball at The Tunnels in Aberdeen; from the producer of the world’s largest burlesque events. That's a saving of 50%.

    Burlesque Ball at The Tunnels

    Burlesque Ball at The Tunnels

    via ITISON
  4. Aberdeen sign West Brom defender Donervorn Daniels on loan

    The 21-year-old has joined the Dons until the end of the season and will go straight into the squad for Saturday's League Cup semi-final against Dundee United.

    Aberdeen sign West Bromwich Albion defender Donervorn Daniels on loan

    Aberdeen sign West Bromwich Albion defender Donervorn Daniels on loan

    via STV SPORT
  5. Artist goes back to the future at Gray's for new exhibition

    We catch up with graduate in residence Mike Hughes as he puts the finishing touches to his new exhibition 'In the Future'.

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  6. Dons development squad lose out to Rangers at Peterhead

    A hat-trick from Hardie had the Rangers Under 20 side in control despite Hackett scoring an own-goal for the young Aberdeen team.

    FT. Aberdeen 1 Rangers 3 #DonsU20s

    Aberdeen FC

    @AberdeenFC
    via Twitter
  7. More chocolate making workshops announced at Cocoa Ooze

    Only two classes between tomorrow and April are full with plenty of spaces in all but one date in March which currently has a limited number of tickets left.

    Chocolate Making Workshops in Scotland - Make Your Own!

    Chocolate Making Workshops in Scotland - Make Your Own!

    via COCOA-OOZE
  8. Figures explore how much schools spend on each child

    The Evening Express have broken down the figures here into the city and shire areas.

    Find out how much money is spent on your child in school

    Find out how much money is spent on your child in school

    via EVENINGEXPRESS
  9. Stephen Daisley on Scotland and UK polls for the UK General Election

    Polls are especially tight in this election as shown in this analysis by Stephen Daisley, STV's digital political correspondent.

    #GE15: Scotland and UK opinion polling for the 2015 general election

    #GE15: Scotland and UK opinion polling for the 2015 general election

    via STV SCOTLAND DECIDES
  10. Experience The Trickery of the mind with Colin Cloud

    On Sunday the forensic mind reader will be at the Late Lounge on Crown Street, with advance tickets only £10.

    The Trickery upstairs this Sunday #Aberdeen #comedy #aberdeenshire #Magic #mentalist #britainsgottallent 7pm http://t.co/rLlnXc7ESZ

    Office RestaurantBar

    @OfficeBarABZ
    via Twitter
  11. STV News: Early polls say 2015 General Election is too close to call

    The political parties are marking 100 days until the nation goes to the polls to elect a new Government at Westminster.

    via STV
  12. Cold air will start to dig in with sleet and snow expected

    Sean Batty returns with the latest weather forecast video - just as things are expected to get chilly.

    via STV
  13. Go behind enemy lines ahead of #SemiFinalSaturday

    STV's Stefani Dailly spent the day with the Dundee United camp ahead of the Hampden clash.

    Inside the camp: Morris and Telfer eye Dundee United cup glory

    Inside the camp: Morris and Telfer eye Dundee United cup glory

    via STV SPORT
  14. Get the hottest tickets in town in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £12 instead of £24 for one ticket to The Burlesque Ball at The Tunnels in Aberdeen; from the producer of the world’s largest burlesque events. That's a saving of 50%.

    Burlesque Ball at The Tunnels

    Burlesque Ball at The Tunnels

    via ITISON
  15. Royal Opera House Live screening at the Belmont

    A new production of Umberto Giordano's Andrea Chènier will be shown on the big screen on Thursday at 7.15pm.

    ROH Live: Andrea Chènier - Belmont Filmhouse

    ROH Live: Andrea Chènier - Belmont Filmhouse

    via BELMONTFILMHOUSE
  16. Demolition of historic Craiginches prison is begun

    Preparations for the demolition began earlier this month, and the work is expected to be completed by May.

    Demolition of historic 125-year-old Craiginches prison under way

    Demolition of historic 125-year-old Craiginches prison under way

    via STV NEWS
  17. New RGU exhibition aims to showcase staff and students' talents

    RGU’s Got Talent looks at the personal creative work of staff and students across all disciplines of the university.

    Among the talents on show will be painting, photography, embroidery and knitting.

    RGU's Got Talent | Current Exhibitions | Robert Gordon University (RGU

    RGU's Got Talent | Current Exhibitions | Robert Gordon University (RGU

    via RGU
  18. The Fair Intellectual Club coming to the Lemon Tree

    This moving story will be in town on February 26. Tickets are on sale now.

    The Fair Intellectual Club | Aberdeen Performing Arts

    The Fair Intellectual Club | Aberdeen Performing Arts

    via ABERDEENPERFORMINGARTS
  19. School children mark 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz

    The Press & Journal assemblies to mark the occasion are taking place at academies across Aberdeenshire today. The international commemoration remembers the millions of people who died, or whose lives were changed irreparably during the Holocaust

    Aberdeenshire pupils mark #HolocaustMemorialDay http://t.co/qx76A5MbLk http://t.co/v74JjKL3VX

    The Press & Journal

    @pressjournal
    via Twitter
  20. Aberdeen firefighter supporting the Sandpiper Trust's Wildcat Project

    Greg Wilson, who is based in the city, is helping to raise money for the project, the aim of which is to raise the survival rates of patients with emergency heart problems living in remote areas of Grampian and other areas of Scotland.

    Latest News - Scottish Fire and Rescue Service

    Latest News - Scottish Fire and Rescue Service

    via FIRESCOTLAND
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