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  1. 'Rest easy little brother' tributes paid to 11-year-old A90 victim

    A community has paid tribute to 11-year-old Bobby Douglas who died after being struck by a vehicle on the A90 on Friday night.

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  2. Plans hatched for 'hensioner' project in Scotland's care homes

    A very special flock of feathered friends are being flow in to combat loneliness in our care homes. Just tap the chicken for the full story:

  3. A stormy night and a stranger at the door sets the scene for No Good Deed

    When a psychopath has escaped from jail, he convinces a friendly woman to let him into her house, claiming his car has broken down. Watch the trailer to find out if he just wanted a warm cup of tea.

    via STV
  4. Jackie Stewart talks about the stigma of being called 'stupid'

    He never passed his 11-plus, was regarded as "thick" by some of his teachers in Dumbarton and was 42 before he eventually discovered he had dyslexia. Sir Jackie Stewart talks about the stigma of being called 'stupid':

  5. Mick Jagger co-produces this toe tapping, head popping biopic, Get On Up

    Tate Taylor (who also directed 'The Help') brings another extraordinary film that documents the rags to riches story of one of the most influential musicians, James Brown.

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  6. Beans on Toast: 'There must be some Scot in me somewhere'

    Beans on Toast in a nutshell: a guitar in his hand, a drink at his feet and some refreshingly unpretentious tunes.

    Beans on Toast: 'There must be some Scot in me somewhere'

    Beans on Toast: 'There must be some Scot in me somewhere'

    via STV
  7. Free tuition project launched for Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

    Young people across Scotland are being given the opportunity to have free tution in music, drama, dance, screen and production with the prestigious school through their transitions programme. Application deadline is December 5 - watch this video to find out more:

    Play 'Transitions 20/40 - Applications now open for 14/15'
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  8. Bears and beads at new Man Craft Creche

    Hey Aberdeen lads - fancy a 'man craft' session to make your missus a Christmas present?

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  9. Ever tried an award-winning Cinnamon poppadom?

    Located in the heart of Aberdeen on Union Street, Cinnamon has been wowing Aberdonians with its curries for almost seven years, which is why £22 instead of £50 for dinner for two including a starter, main course, side dish plus a portion of rice and poppadoms each will be just what your tastebuds ordered:

    Indian dining @ Cinnamon

    Indian dining @ Cinnamon

    via ITISON
  10. You're a Kiwi vampire and life is tough. Whatcha gonna do mate?

    What We Do In The Shadows documents the struggles of four New Zealand vampires living together, trying to get along and fade into the background of normal society. Press play:

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  11. MSP asks Scottish Government to act against online scams

    This week we broke the story about a Facebook page called "Delboy's Deals" offering low price drink and tobacco products in Aberdeen. Now, an Aberdeen MSP has taken his fight against illegal online sites to Holyrood. Read here:

  12. Plans hatched for 'hensioner' project in Scotland's care homes

    A HenPower project hatched south of the border to foster feathered friendships between elderly residents and chickens is about to arrive in Scotland.

    via STV
  13. Carmichael: SNP must stop 'manoeuvring' for second referendum

    The SNP must stop manoeuvring for a second independence referendum "that implies people were too stupid to get the answer right the first time," according to Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael. Read here:

    Carmichael: SNP must stop 'manoeuvring' for second referendum

    Carmichael: SNP must stop 'manoeuvring' for second referendum

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  14. Scots unable to call NHS 24 helpline after 'technical difficulty'

    The NHS 24 helpline has been hit by a temporary "technical difficulty". Find out more here:

    Scots unable to call NHS 24 helpline after 'technical difficulty'

    Scots unable to call NHS 24 helpline after 'technical difficulty'

    via STV
  15. Ever tried an award-winning Cinnamon poppadom

    Located in the heart of Aberdeen on Union Street, Cinnamon has been wowing Aberdonians with its curries for almost seven years, which is why £22 instead of £50 for dinner for two including a starter, main course, side dish plus a portion of rice and poppadoms each will be just what your tastebuds ordered:

    Indian dining @ Cinnamon

    Indian dining @ Cinnamon

    via ITISON
  16. Jackie Stewart talks about the stigma of being called 'stupid'

    He won the F1 world title three times and became a successful businessman, but Sir Jackie Stewart is still haunted by being called "thick" and "lazy". He's in Edinburgh next week to raise awareness about dyslexia.

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  17. Johnnie Beattie and Scotland fans arrive at Rugby Park

    Scotland number 8 Johnnie Beattie talks about the artificial surface, the type of game he expects and more ahead of today's match:

    Play 'Number 8 Johnnie Beattie and Scotland fans arrive at Rugby Park, Kilmarnock.'
    via YOUTUBE
  18. Whisky brand goes green with launch of biomass plant

    One of Scotland's most famous whiskies is going green with the creation of a multi-million pounds biomass plant which will see its distillery use steam generated by the burning of wood products.

    via STV
  19. Grab yourself a sexy raincoat and live a little

    Today's weather words of wisdom come from the Big Yin himself: "There's no such thing as bad weather, just the wrong clothing, so get yourself a sexy raincoat and live a little."

    via STV
  20. Plans hatched for 'hensioner' project in Scotland's care homes

    The project has made a difference in the lives of older people down south, who look after hens, build coops and collect eggs. Now, plans are afoot to bring it north.

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