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Sports Personality of the Year 2019 to be held in Aberdeen
The biggest awards ceremony in the sporting calendar is to be held in Aberdeen for the first time ever.
People in Aberdeen asked to make nominations for expansion of Everyday Heroes mural
People in Aberdeen are being asked to put forward local heroes for the next round of additions to one of Nuart festival’s most-loved pieces.
By-election date for vacant seat in Aberdeen City Council set
The date for a by-election for a vacant seat in Aberdeen City Council has been set.
Workers on Caledonian Sleeper to strike as part of ongoing dispute over staffing promises
Workers on the Caledonian Sleeper train service have revealed plans to strike as part of an ongoing dispute over staffing promises.
NHS Grampian first health ward in Scotland to benefit from new breast biopsy machine
NHS Grampian is the first health ward in Scotland to benefit from a new breast biopsy machine which saves time, cuts waste and improves patient experience.
Scotland’s teachers work some of the longest hours in the developed world
Scotland’s teachers work some of the longest hours in the developed world, according to new figures.
Death of man in Aberdeen “non-suspicious”
Police say the death of a man in Aberdeen this morning is not being treated as suspicious. Officers were called to Provost Watt Drive in Kincorth at just after 8am after the body of a man was discovered. Inquiries are ongoing and a post-mortem will be carried out.
Aberdeen city centre pavements to close as work on Union Terrace Gardens gets underway
A number of Aberdeen city centre pavements will close from today as multi-million pound work gets underway to transform Union Terrace Gardens.
King of the Beach End to be inducted into Scottish Football Hall of Fame
Aberdeen’s all time leading goal-scorer is to take his place among footballing royalty after it was revealed he is to be inducted into the Scottish Football Hall of Fame. The King of the Beach End, Joe Harper, will sit alongside Dons greats Willie Miller and Sir Alex Ferguson, as well as Aberdeen’s favourite footballing son […]
Road closures and restrictions come into force as Aberdeen prepares to host Offshore Europe
A number of road closures and restrictions are in force across Aberdeen as the city prepares to host the Offshore Europe exhibition. It’s the first conference to be held at the new £333 mil P&J live and a range of measures will be in place to keep traffic flowing around the city. Here’s a full […]
Plans to shut down Aberdeen milk depot “should have no impact” on North-east dairy farmers
Proposals to shut down a milk depot in Aberdeen shouldn’t have an impact on dairy farmers in the North-east, according to its operator. Earlier this month Muller announced it was conducting a review of its depot in Altens and exploring the possibility of relocating to the central belt, putting up to 50 jobs at risk. […]
Aberdeenshire man sentenced to more than five years in prison after pleading guilty to transporting Class A drugs
An Aberdeenshire man has been sentence to more than five years in prison after he pled guilty to transporting more than half a million pounds of Class A drugs across the UK.