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  1. Granite and gore: Local slasher film promises to be a scream

    If you go down to the beach this Sunday, be sure of a gory surprise...this Aberdeen shot slasher flick 'The Redwood Massacre' is on at 8pm at Aberdeen Cineworld. Here's what awaits you if you dare to go...

  2. Controversial city centre plans backed by planning officials

    Planning officials have backed plans for a controversial £107m leisure and retail development in Aberdeen - but concerns have been raised over the impact on nearby landmarks. Our colleagues at STV News have the full report:

    Controversial city centre development backed by planning officials

    Controversial city centre development backed by planning officials

    via STV
  3. Check out highlights of Aberdeen v St Mirren

    If you missed the action from last night's 2 - 2 draw, check out these highlights courtesy of @STVSport.

    via STV
  4. Play your games on the big screen

    Union Square is giving visitors the chance to play their favourite video game son the big screen of Cineworld. Head along until 12.30pm today.

    Student Sessions at Union Square

    Student Sessions at Union Square

    via UNIONSQUAREABERDEEN
  5. Treat yourself in the Deal of the Day

    Pay just £154 instead of £310 for an overnight stay for two in a classic room with breakfast & three course 2AA Rosette dinner or £269 instead of £620 for two night’s dinner, bed and breakfast at the four star Rufflets Hotel, St Andrews. That's a saving of up to 57%.

    Rufflets Hotel 4* DBB, St Andrews

    Rufflets Hotel 4* DBB, St Andrews

    via ITISON
  6. Double feature at the Belmont tomorrow evening

    The cinema is screening the Richard Burton classic Under Milk Wood along with Plus Short, which will be accompanied by a Q&A with Scottish Ballet.

    On Thu 2 Oct at 5.50 we're screening Under Milk Wood with a Q&A with @scottishballet about The Making of Ten Poems. http://t.co/3XyteawxhH

    Belmont Filmhouse

    @BelmontFh
    via Twitter
  7. Repairs on Cowie Bridge set to cause four weeks of delays

    The Press & Journal reports one lane of the A90 Aberdeen to Dundee southbound carriageway will be shut while repairs are carried out on the bridge.

    Four weeks of delays for A90 on Cowie Bridge http://t.co/GxlpvFt3Rc

    The Press & Journal

    @pressjournal
    via Twitter
  8. Ryder Cup was a '£40m free advert for Scotland'

    MSPs will discuss how to build on the hosting of the Ryder Cup in a bid to boost tourism in the north east and the rest of Scotland. Here's Kelly-Ann Woodland with this morning's headlines.

    via STV
  9. First BT Sport Academy to be unveiled today

    Scottish Rugby will be unveiling the first BT Sport Academy in the city later. The centre is one of four which will drive forward standards for young players who want to play professionally.

    Exciting news coming from Aberdeen today as Scottish Rugby unveils its first BT Sport Academy. http://t.co/ti8BkrsOtb

    Scottish Rugby

    @Scotlandteam
    via Twitter
  10. The RSNO at the Music Hall tomorrow night

    Classical fans shouldn't miss this performance of Overture to Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg. Tickets are still available for the show.

    RSNO: Oundjian Conducts Scheherazade, Music Hall

    RSNO: Oundjian Conducts Scheherazade, Music Hall

    via RSNO
  11. Local landline calls must now include area code

    BBC Scotland reports that phoneusers in the city now have to dial the full 11-digit telephone number to make a local call on a landline. Ofcom has introduced the change because Aberdeen is one of several cities across the UK which is running out of numbers.

    Local landline calls in Aberdeen area must now include 01224 area code in a change designed to free up new numbers http://t.co/bBfA4O0rlJ

    BBC Scotland News

    @BBCScotlandNews
    via Twitter
  12. Clouds, clouds, clouds then sun

    It's going to be overcast throughout today. But it should be worth it as there's some sunshine due this evening.

    via STV
  13. Works will close King Street for four days

    The Evening Express reports that resurfacing work is due to begin next Monday and is expected to be completed next Friday.

    Busy Aberdeen city centre street to close for four days http://t.co/6nnqPtsZZp

    Evening Express

    @EveningExpress
    via Twitter
  14. Aberdeen Today: The Paul McKenna Band, The Outside Track and Stephen Fry

    Wednesday is a busy one with musical magic and a much loved comedian.

  15. Our Digital Spark Award entry deadline is 5pm on Friday

    Whether you're working on a language, art or media project - if it uses social media and words then our #STVSpark panel of industry expert judges want to know more.

    The STV Digital Spark Award - bringing new life to language

    The STV Digital Spark Award - bringing new life to language

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

    Guns being carried by Police Officers in Scotland could be covered with a new type of holster in an attempt to make them less visible.

    via STV
  17. Ready for a spooky special episode at Captain Tom's?

    Episode two of the second online live music series will come round on Saturday November 1. Already confirmed are Ray Brower, Set For September, Late Landing, Ed Prosek and Suburban Saints.

    via
  18. Great Scott! Did you spot a DeLorean in the Deen today?

    The legendary vehicle was at the Belmont Filmhouse getting ready for this weekend's Back To The Future marathon. We'll have more on that tomorrow. (picture from @ixl1975 on Instagram)

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  19. Head to Cellar 35 for food bank drive from 7.30pm tonight

    Parcels will be collected for an hour and taken to the Cyrenians charity in the area. Find out more from our reporter Victoria Pease here.

    Food for thought: Cellar 35 open doors for donations drive

    Food for thought: Cellar 35 open doors for donations drive

    via STV
  20. Here's the Aberdeen team taking on St Mirren tonight

    The game is the last of four home ties in a row for the Dons as Adam Rooney and David Goodwillie partner each other up front once again.

    Aberdeen FC on Twitter:

    Aberdeen FC on Twitter: "Aberdeen team to face St Mirren at Pittodrie-

    via TWITTER
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