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Roads closed and parks affected due to flooding last week
12 January 2016
Several roads are still closed and parks, green spaces, playparks and woodlands are waterlogged in Aberdeen due to the heavy rain and flooding last week.
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Severe weather update
08 January 2016
Updates regarding to the severe weather affecting Aberdeen city.
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FLOOD warnings have been issued as water levels continue to rise steadily across the city.
07 January 2016
A WARNING has been issued to residents in the Donside area of the city as the River Don is expected to burst its banks later tonight
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Winter Gardens and Pets Corner closed
30 December 2015
Due to the severe weather conditions, the David Welch Winter Gardens and Pets Corner at Hazlehead Park will be closed today (30/12/2015).
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Crackdown on NPS sales
23 December 2015
Aberdeen City Council Trading Standards Service has played its part in Operation Alexander, the pan-Scotland operation targeting retailers of New Psychoactive Substances (NPS).
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Winter Wonderland in city park
23 December 2015
About 2,000 people experienced a Winter Wonderland event at a city park which included a visit from Santa on his sleigh, reindeer, food and Christmas present stalls, face-painting, and a community carol sing-a-long.
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Fun at Hogmanay Celebrations in Aberdeen
22 December 2015
A spectacular firework display set to music and a live-on-stage battle of the bands competition will help revellers ring in the bells at Aberdeen's Hogmanay Celebrations.
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Signing of legal agreements on AECC development
21 December 2015
Aberdeen City Council has today (Monday) signed legal agreements for a multimillion-pound new exhibition and conference centre for the north-east.
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Aberdeen City Council approves Regional Economic Strategy
16 December 2015
Councillors in Aberdeen have today (Wednesday) agreed a new vision for the future of the economy of the North East of Scotland for the next 20 years.
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Aberdeen City Council backs legal agreement on waste plan
16 December 2015
Councillors in Aberdeen have agreed to enter into a legal agreement with two neighbouring north-east authorities for a joint Energy from Waste (EfW) plant.
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Aberdeen City Council housing budget proposals approved
16 December 2015
Budget proposals for the 2016/17 Housing Revenue Account (HRA) and the Housing Capital Account were approved by Aberdeen councillors today (Wednesday).
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Progress on Third Don Crossing
16 December 2015
Progress is taking shape on the new Third Don Crossing with all of the major structures nearing completion.
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Blogger receives ‘thank you’ for park nomination
14 December 2015
  A blogger who nominated one of Aberdeen's best-loved green spaces for a UK-wide Best Park competition has been given a 'thank you' for her efforts.
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Carol concerts in Duthie Park Winter Gardens
14 December 2015
Folk will be able to sing their festive heart out in two Carol Concerts being held in Duthie Park Winter Gardens on Saturday 19 December.
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Harlaw Academy to reopen to pupils following fire
14 December 2015
Harlaw Academy in Aberdeen will reopen to pupils tomorrow (Tuesday 15 December).
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Harlaw Academy closed temporarily due to fire
12 December 2015
Harlaw Academy in Aberdeen will be closed to pupils on Monday 14 December following an incident, which is being treated by police as wilful fire-raising.
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Councillors approve new AECC development
10 December 2015
Councillors have today (Thursday, Dec 10) approved multimillion-pound plans for a new exhibition and conference centre for the north-east.
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Intrude Art Installation Lights Up The City Centres
09 December 2015
Aberdeen's Union Terrace Gardens has welcomed a unique set of visitors after one of the world's most eye-catching art installations was officially unveiled.
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Tapestry to mark regiment’s participation in the Great War presented to Gordon Highlanders Museum
09 December 2015

A specially commissioned tapestry to commemorate the role of The Gordon Highlanders Regiment in the Great War has been presented to the regiment’s museum by the Lord Provost of Aberdeen George Adam today (Wed 09 Dec).

 
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Construction work begins on multi-million pound school for children with complex additional needs
08 December 2015
A turf-cutting ceremony to mark the start of construction work on a £17million school for children with additional support needs arising from severe and complex factors in Aberdeen, has been held today (Tue 08 Dec 2015).
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EcoCity Awards for community groups and schools
08 December 2015
Projects which have been organised by community groups and schools to improve the environment of Aberdeen have been recognised at a city-wide awards ceremony.
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City Council essential website maintenance
03 December 2015
Essential maintenance is to take place from Friday 4 December to Monday 7 December to the Aberdeen City Council website.
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Duthie Park joint runners up in UK’s Best Park competition
03 December 2015
One of Aberdeen's best-loved parks has been made joint runner-up in a competition to find the UK's Best Park.
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Christmas Light Switch-on Parade
30 November 2015
More than 15,000 people watched a colourful carnival parade today (Sunday 29 November) as Aberdeen's Christmas lights were switched on in Union Street.
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City centre Nativity scene blessing tomorrow
30 November 2015
A blessing service for the Christmas Crib in the grounds of St Nicholas Kirkyard is to take place tomorrow. (Tues 1 Dec)
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