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WWI and Britain in Bloom floral crests brighten up Aberdeen gardens
09 July 2014
The outbreak of the First World War and the 50th anniversary of the Britain in Bloom competition are being commemorated in Aberdeen through a series of floral crests.
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Aberdeen offenders carry out beach clean-up to ‘pay back’ to community
08 July 2014
Social Care, Wellbeing and Safety convener Councillor Len Ironside CBE will join Cabinet Secretary for Justice Kenny McAskill MSP to see offenders carrying out unpaid work on behalf of the local community tomorrow (Weds 09 July).
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Price freeze and service improvements on menu for school dinners
07 July 2014
School meal prices in Aberdeen for the coming academic year will be frozen at 2013/14 levels.
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Primary pupils’ planting brightens up park entrance
04 July 2014
A splash of summer colour will be introduced to the entrance of Hazlehead Park thanks to the efforts of local school children.
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A-maze-ing challenge aims to get children reading over the summer holidays
03 July 2014
A mythical maze is set to weave its way across libraries in Aberdeen from Friday 04 July.
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Great Southern Road to close for resurfacing
03 July 2014
Great Southern Road is being resurfaced this weekend. The road will be closed between Riverside Drive and Holburn Street from 7pm on Friday until 6am on Sunday.
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Popular series of summer walks return to Aberdeen
02 July 2014
Aberdeen's annual series of popular summer walks is set to return later this week.
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Sandcastle competition aims to get pupils thinking about science and engineering
02 July 2014
Children from an entire class in an Aberdeen primary school found life was beachy when they look part in a sandcastle competition today [Wednesday 02 July].
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Aberdeen to lead Brazil trade mission
01 July 2014
Companies seeking business opportunities in Latin America are invited to join Aberdeen City Council on a trade mission to Brazil later this year.
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Next shipment of hydrogen buses rolls into Aberdeen
01 July 2014
Two more zero-emission buses have arrived in the North-east as part of the Aberdeen Hydrogen Bus Project.
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Aberdeen’s Queen’s Baton Relay celebrations
30 June 2014
Minister for Parliamentary Business Joe FitzPatrick MSP will attend the Queen's Baton Relay celebrations in Aberdeen on Monday 30 June.
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Generous supply of housing land evidenced
30 June 2014
Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire have a very healthy supply of land available for the construction of new homes, a position which will last for many years to come, according to the 2014 Housing Land Audit.
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Queen’s Baton Relay draws the crowds through Aberdeen
30 June 2014
Thousands of people gathered in the streets of Aberdeen to see the Queen's Baton Relay travel through the city.
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Dons legend to tee off Queen’s Baton Relay in Aberdeen
27 June 2014
Dons and Gothenberg legend Willie Miller MBE will help launch the Queen's Baton Relay in Aberdeen on Monday 30 June.
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Preferred bidder selected to develop city centre masterplan
27 June 2014
An international, interdisciplinary practice of architects, designers, engineers and urbanists has been selected as the preferred bidder to develop a masterplan and delivery programme for Aberdeen city centre.
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Aberdeen’s hydrogen vans score Scottish first
26 June 2014
Two custom-built hydrogen vans have been incorporated into Aberdeen City Council's fleet, marking another renewables first for Europe's leading energy city.
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Aberdeen’s Queen’s Baton Relay street level route revealed
26 June 2014
The street level route which shows the times and locations where the public will be able to see the Queen's Baton Relay in Aberdeen on Monday, 30 June, has been revealed by the City Council.
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Clean Up campaign helps make Scotland shine
26 June 2014
More than 2,600 people in Aberdeen have done their bit for a national environmental campaign working to make Scotland the cleanest country in Europe.
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Dance, music and song for Queen’s Baton Relay end-of-day celebration in Aberdeen
25 June 2014
An exciting programme of dance, music and song will showcase the cultural vibrancy of Aberdeen as the Queen's Baton Relay's journey across the city culminates with an end-of-day celebration in Union Terrace Gardens, on Monday 30 June.
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International street market set to return to Aberdeen
25 June 2014
The award winning international street market will return to Union Terrace, Aberdeen this weekend.
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Aberdeenshire archives the subject of free lunchtime talk
24 June 2014
A free illustrated talk which will highlight Aberdeenshire's written archives will be held at 12.30pm on Wednesday 25 June in the Tolbooth Museum, Castle Street, Aberdeen.
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Hidden gems from Royal Deeside to go on show
20 June 2014
An exhibition which reveals hidden treasures from Royal Deeside will open to the public on Saturday 21 June at Aberdeen Maritime Museum, Shiprow.
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Preferred bidder to be named for Third Don Crossing construction
20 June 2014
The UK's largest construction contractor will be formally named as the preferred bidder for the Third Don Crossing construction when the contract notice is published in the European Journal.
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Closing date set for lease of historic Aberdeen property
19 June 2014
A closing date has been set for the lease of Grade-A listed building designed by renowned Aberdeen architect Archibald Simpson.
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Volunteers get on their bikes to teach kids safe cycling
19 June 2014
One of the biggest barriers preventing schoolchildren participating in cycle safety training has been overcome by a small army of volunteers.
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