1. City council would not face £100m penalty to scrap Marischal Square

    The sum referred to by finance boss Willie Young is believed to be potential profit which would be lost if the Marischal Square development was scrapped - not a cancellation penalty.

    City council would not face £100m penalty to scrap Marischal Square

    City council would not face £100m penalty to scrap Marischal Square

    via STV
  2. And the Dons mascots for #SemiFinalSaturday are...

    These two lucky boys by the names Charlie Hardie and Greg Morris. Will you be joining them at Hampden?

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  3. Excessive speeding down 97% on A9 after new speed cameras installed

    Government says while journey times have risen there is no evidence drivers are avoiding the A9 since average cameras put in place.

    Excessive speeding down 97% on A9 after new speed cameras installed

    Excessive speeding down 97% on A9 after new speed cameras installed

    via STV
  4. Journey back to the waves: 'I couldn't look at the water without crying'

    Scottish surfing champion Dianne Ripoll has beaten the odds and returned to the sport she loves after a horror neck injury.

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  5. Few showers with damp weather to edge in and more rain tomorrow

    It's going to change by Wednesday and Thursday though as snow showers are expected. Find out more from STV weather presenter Jo Farrow.

    via STV
  6. ICYMI: Aberdeen sign Graeme Shinnie on pre-contract deal

    A statement from Inverness CT read: "The 23-year-old Aberdonian chose to join Aberdeen despite offers from English Championship clubs."

    Aberdeen sign Inverness CT left-back Graeme Shinnie on pre-contract de

    Aberdeen sign Inverness CT left-back Graeme Shinnie on pre-contract de

    via STV
  7. Dine out in style in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £14 instead of £29 for a Vezir Sofrasi Banquet lunch for two including a selection of hot and cold meze at Nargile Mezeriye Restaurant on Skene Street in the city centre. That's a saving of 52%.

    Nargile Turkish dining

    Nargile Turkish dining

    via ITISON
  8. Placebo coming to Aberdeen in March

    The popular rockers will be playing the Music Hall on March 3. Tickets are on sale now.

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  9. Movies for Juniors returns this weekend

    The Penguins of Madagascar will be on the big screen at 11am on Saturday in the latest of the hugely popular series.

    Penguins of Madagascar - Belmont Filmhouse

    Penguins of Madagascar - Belmont Filmhouse

    via BELMONTFILMHOUSE
  10. First image of £18.5m special needs school released

    The first image of a £18.5 special needs school set to be built in Aberdeen has been released.

    A full planning permission for the proposed Howes Road development is expected to be submitted later this year.

    First image of special needs school released ahead of exhibition

    First image of special needs school released ahead of exhibition

    via STV
  11. MSP lodges Holyrood motion over 'outrageous' north-east delivery charges

    Kevin Stewart's motion calls on members of the Scottish Parliament to condemn firms who "fleece" members of the public by charging excessively high delivery charges in places like Aberdeen, which are "easily accessible".

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  12. Over 1200 join in worldwide singalong of Auld Lang Syne

    From New Pitsligo to New Zealand, patriotic Scots across the world sent in their renditions of the Burns' classic for an international collaboration to raise a glass to the bard.

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  13. Autism Friendly screening at Cineworld

    Big Hero 6 is the next autism friendly showing at the Union Square cinema. Tickets are on sale now for the screening on February 1.

    Autism Friendly Screening: Big Hero 6

    Autism Friendly Screening: Big Hero 6

    via CINEWORLD
  14. Aberdeen Uni researcher to receive prestigious fellowship

    Dr Margaret Watson has become the first Scottish-based researcher to be awarded the Health Foundation Improvement Science Fellowship.

    The fellowship will look at patient and public involvement in the development of quality standards, indicators and measures for community pharmacy practice.

    Aberdeen academic becomes first Scotland-based researcher to receive p

    Aberdeen academic becomes first Scotland-based researcher to receive p

    via ABDN
  15. Over 19,000 tickets sold for Semi Final Saturday

    Aberdeen have announced more ticket details for the clash at Hampden against Dundee United this weekend.

    Semi Final Ticket Details | Dundee Utd v Aberdeen

    Semi Final Ticket Details | Dundee Utd v Aberdeen

    via AFC
  16. But before that there's Altered Sky

    The rockers will be performing at Tunnels next Wednesday.

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  17. Last few tickets left for Prides

    The hugely popular band will be performing at The Lemon Tree next Friday. The last seats are still on sale.

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  18. Council defends Marischal Square plans after hundreds protest in rally

    The Evening Express reports hundreds of people gathered in the city to oppose the scheme but the council has defended the £107 million proposals.

    Council defends Marischal Square development after protest rally

    Council defends Marischal Square development after protest rally

    via EVENINGEXPRESS
  19. Stagecoach's Bluebird gets its new wings

    The new logo of the bus operator's Bluebird services has been revealed.

    Ondrej Culko, who is a student from RGU Gray's School of Art, won the competition having submitted a strong and distinctive design.

    He said: "My intention was to keep the logo as simple and smooth as possible to suggest comfort and a smooth drive. The logo will underline the strength and the highest quality of service provided by Stagecoach."

    via STV
  20. Weather warning in place for later this week

    The Met Office has issued a yellow warning of snow for the region for Wednesday and Thursday.

    via STV
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