1. Nine men return to court over 'record' three-tonne cocaine haul

    The HMS Somerset intercepted the tug boat Hamal 100 miles east of Aberdeen on April 24

    Nine men return to court over 'record' three-tonne cocaine haul

    Nine men return to court over 'record' three-tonne cocaine haul

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  2. Punter stakes £3000 on Lib Dems beating Alex Salmond in election

    Confident gambler in Aberdeen has backed the Lib Dems to hold off Salmond's challenge in Gordon.

    Punter stakes £3000 on Lib Dems beating Alex Salmond in election

    Punter stakes £3000 on Lib Dems beating Alex Salmond in election

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  3. New Gaelic production of 'Whisky Galore' is coming to Aberdeen

    It was a best-selling book and film, based on a true story, and a new production of "Whisky Galore", in Gaelic, is being staged by the National Theatre of Scotland in Aberdeen.

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  4. Fundraising in memory of Scots Vine star tops £5k in days

    A Just Giving page set-up in memory of Ryan McHenry is proving to be a hit online.

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  5. Unions meet oil industry leaders in bid to avert North Sea strikes

    Job losses and changes to shift patterns in the North Sea have been criticised by unions.

    Unions meet oil industry leaders in bid to avert North Sea strikes

    Unions meet oil industry leaders in bid to avert North Sea strikes

    via STV NEWS
  6. 'Pupil abuse' at Gordonstoun boarding school reported to police

    The historic abuse claim is the second which allegedly took place at the public school in Moray.

    'Pupil abuse' at Gordonstoun boarding school reported to police

    'Pupil abuse' at Gordonstoun boarding school reported to police

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  7. Airport security workers accept deal ending six-year pay dispute

    The agreement ends a long-running dispute with Highlands and Islands Airports over pay and holidays.

    Airport security workers accept deal ending six-year pay dispute

    Airport security workers accept deal ending six-year pay dispute

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  8. ARI Roof Garden appeal gains £25,000 contribution from Baxters

    The donation means that the plan to install a Therapeutic Roof Garden at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary could be complete by August.

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  9. Scots firefighter reveals 'total devastation' of earthquake aftermath

    A veteran of previous earthquake rescue teams in Indonesia and New Zealand, Garry Carroll is part of a relief effort to help those caught in the huge Nepal quake.

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  10. Cockerel found waiting at bus stop is picked up by animal charity

    The Scottish SPCA are trying to find the owner of the bird found at a Maryculter bus stop.

    Cockerel found waiting at bus stop is picked up by animal charity

    Cockerel found waiting at bus stop is picked up by animal charity

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  11. University of Aberdeen staff could strike over plan to cut 150 jobs

    The University of Aberdeen aims to save £10.5m this year by cutting jobs

    University of Aberdeen staff could strike over plan to cut 150 jobs

    University of Aberdeen staff could strike over plan to cut 150 jobs

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  12. Students reunited with families after surviving Nepal earthquake

    Earthquake has killed over six thousand people and left hundreds of thousands homeless.

    Students reunited with families after surviving Nepal earthquake

    Students reunited with families after surviving Nepal earthquake

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  13. Inverurie firm steps in to help vandal-hit cancer charity

    Security firm Safetrade 24/7 will donate a safe storage unit to the CLAN Cancer support charity after a spate of vandalism.

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  14. Major residential community plans reach new milestone

    Plans for the Laverock Braes development will see a total of 650 new homes being built in the north-west of the city.

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  15. 'No evidence' man missing for six months is victim of crime

    Shaun Ritchie's disappearance led to one of the largest missing persons inquiries in Scottish history.

    'No evidence' man missing for six months is victim of crime

    'No evidence' man missing for six months is victim of crime

    via STV NEWS
  16. Elderly man found dead outside leisure centre named by police

    Robert Anderson was discovered at Fraserburgh Leisure Centre on Thursday morning.

    Elderly man found dead outside leisure centre named by police

    Elderly man found dead outside leisure centre named by police

    via STV NEWS
  17. Pilot shuts down aircraft's engine during emergency over North Sea

    The plane was flying between Shetland and Edinburgh when the alert happened.

    Pilot shuts down aircraft's engine during emergency over North Sea

    Pilot shuts down aircraft's engine during emergency over North Sea

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  18. Aberdeen will commemorate VE Day with series of events

    The city will hold a number of events helping mark the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II in Europe.

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  19. A tonic for success? 'National Buckfast Day' planned

    A social media campaign is urging 'Buckateers' across Scotland to celebrate their love of the fortified wine on Saturday, May 9.

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  20. Thieves steal donations from cafe run by mental health charity

    A three-figure sum of money was taken from a safe at Rosie’s Cafe in Aberdeen.

    Thieves steal donations from cafe run by mental health charity

    Thieves steal donations from cafe run by mental health charity

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