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  1. Get involved with STV Digital Spark on Twitter

    That's all from us today, but don't forget you can join in with the inaugural STV Digital Spark Award tonight via Twitter using #STVSpark. Good luck to all the finalists and we'll bring you the results tomorrow morning.

    #STVspark: Join us for a night of digital brilliance, craft ale and mu

    #STVspark: Join us for a night of digital brilliance, craft ale and mu

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  2. Modern family life depicted in This Is Where I Leave You

    A father's funeral causes a dysfunctional family to reunite in their childhood home and confront their issues as they live under the same roof again, along with their flamboyant mother.

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  3. Secure your seat at the Blue Lamp comedy show

    Tonight's Breakneck Comedy event is heading towards another sell-out Saturday show so if you're contemplating a visit, book your ticket now to catch Paul Pirie, Billy Kirkwood and Chris McArthur.

    PAUL PIRIE PLUS GUESTS

    PAUL PIRIE PLUS GUESTS

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  4. Work to begin on Marischal Square in February 2015

    The Press and Journal is reporting that the Scottish Government has rejected a request to call in the Marischal Square planning application, clearing the way for the build to begin next year.

    Scottish Government won't call in the £107million Marischal Square development, clearing the way for work to start http://t.co/GaFXDwTROs

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  5. Enjoy a half price break at The Lodge at Portavadie

    Today's Deal of the Day is for £79 instead of up to £180 for a two night stay for two at The Lodge at Portavadie, or for £119 instead of up to £250 for a two night stay for two in a Studio apartment. Both deals also include continental breakfast on both mornings.

    Loch Fyne getaway

    Loch Fyne getaway

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  6. Books and homebaking at CLAN House

    Cancer Link Aberdeen and North will host its next coffee morning at CLAN House on November 1 with a book sale, hot drinks and home baking.

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  7. Passing stranger returns with new album recorded in his garden shed

    Ivor Novello winning musician Scott Matthews on his new album, why he's not comfy with social media and Scottish crowds. He plays the Lemon Tree tomorrow.

  8. Pre-season dates confirmed for Aberdeen Roughnecks

    If you want to get involved with the city's only American football team then all the information you need is in this Facebook picture right here.

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  9. Get ready for a shindig and dance at Moorings

    Folk rockers The Men They Couldn't Hang will headline Moorings bar tonight to celebrate the band's 30th anniversary. Tickets for the gig are still available for £13.50.

    Play 'Raising Hell by The Men They Couldn't Hang'
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  10. If you fancy a Halloween movie that wont make you paranoid to go to sleep, this is the one

    Co-written by 'Pan's Labyrinth' director Guillermo del Toro, The Book Of Life vibrantly animates a young man's journey to confront his fears as he's sent into the land of the remembered.

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  11. Who will lead the Scottish Labour Party following Lamont's resignation?

    Speculation has begun over who will replace Johann Lamont, with former Prime Minister Gordon Brown MP, Jim Murphy MP and interim leader Anas Sarwar MP linked to the leadership role.

    Former PM Gordon Brown and Anas Sarwar tipped to lead Scottish Labour

    Former PM Gordon Brown and Anas Sarwar tipped to lead Scottish Labour

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  12. Enjoy a half price break at The Lodge at Portavadie

    Today's Deal of the Day is for £79 instead of up to £180 for a two night stay for two at The Lodge at Portavadie, or for £119 instead of up to £250 for a two night stay for two in a Studio apartment. Both deals also include continental breakfast on both mornings.

    Loch Fyne getaway

    Loch Fyne getaway

    via ITISON
  13. Enjoy a Diwali celebration feast

    The International School of Aberdeen will host a Diwali event tonight from 6pm with Indian food, music and Bollywood dance.

    "Diwali 2014 Celebrations" at International School of Aberdeen | Buy t

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  14. Last chance to catch Black Coffee at Her Majesty's

    There are just two performances left of the adaptation of Agatha Christie's Black Coffee at the theatre, with a matinee show at 2.30pm and tonight's final send-off at 7.30pm.

    Hercule Poirot in Black Coffee

    Hercule Poirot in Black Coffee

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  15. Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper reignite their onscreen romance for Serena

    Set during the depression-era in 1929, newlyweds George and Serena move to North Carolina to pursue their dream of building a timber empire. However, when Serena learns she cannot have children, the plot takes a sinister turn.

    Play 'Serena - New trailer with Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence'
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  16. The Dons defeat Motherwell at Pittodrie

    The 1-0 victory saw the team rise a place to fifth in the table. Our colleagues @STVSport have the full match report.

    Aberdeen 1-0 Motherwell: Hayes' winner means more misery for 'Well

    Aberdeen 1-0 Motherwell: Hayes' winner means more misery for 'Well

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  17. Keep the legacy of John Peel alive with tunes and tributes

    The BBC DJ and champion of independent music will be remembered at The Tunnels tonight with a tribute gig. Claire White has more.

  18. Brad Pitt returns to familiar dangerous territory in Fury

    Filmed in the UK, Fury depicts the gritty warzones of Germany in 1945, where Wardaddy (Brad Pitt) leads his team through enemy lines, determined to defeat the Nazis.

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  19. Prepare your shopping list for next week's craft fair

    Ministry of Crafts next fair takes place in just one week showcasing the work of local artists, makers and designers at the Methodist church on Crown Terrace.

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  20. Johann Lamont resigns as leader of the Scottish Labour Party

    Following the earlier update, Johann Lamont has officially resigned, accusing the Westminster leadership of treating the party in Scotland as a "branch office". Our colleagues @STVNews have the full story.

    Lamont resigns: 'Scottish Labour and its renewal more important than m

    Lamont resigns: 'Scottish Labour and its renewal more important than m

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