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Views wanted in Torry
15 June 2015
Residents in Torry are from Monday June 2015 being asked what the improvements they want to have in the area.
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Top TripAdvisor award for Aberdeen attractions
10 June 2015
Several attractions run by Aberdeen City Council have been awarded a top accolade from TripAdvisor for this year.
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City Council agrees £565,000 for projects across Aberdeen
09 June 2015
City councillors have agreed to distribute more than half a million pounds to community projects across Aberdeen from the underspend on the 2014/15 budget.
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Thomas Blake Glover exhibit, leaflet and tourist trail launched
09 June 2015
A major drive to showcase the North-east of Scotland's links with Thomas Blake Glover – who was instrumental in setting up the Mitsubishi company – has been launched.
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Awards ceremony recognises City Council staff achievements
05 June 2015
Aberdeen City Council has recognised the excellence of its staff with a series of 'Star Awards', which were presented to the winners at a special gala event at the Beach Ballroom.
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New model for social work launched in Aberdeen
03 June 2015
Aberdeen City Council has launched a £3million overhaul of social work services that will cut down on red tape and allow staff to spend more time with families.
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New scheme launched to help guide dog owners take taxi trips
03 June 2015
A new certificate for taxi drivers to show when they have a genuine medical exemption that prevents them from carrying assistance dogs in their cabs has been introduced by Aberdeen City Council.
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Youngsters take part in ScoopWatch
03 June 2015
Pupils at an Aberdeen City Council school took part in a rap along with City Wardens and Environmental Health staff as part of an education session about why people should tidy dog mess.
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£4.3m Rosehill day centre due for completion in 2016
02 June 2015
Construction of a £4.3million centre for adults with learning disabilities is due for completion next year after councillors approved a finalised budget for the development.
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Council takes enforcement action at Broadford Works
02 June 2015
Aberdeen City Council has asked for 24-hour security to be put in place at the Broadford Works following a recent spate of unlawful entry and fire-raising incidents.
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New Stoneywood School backed by councillors
02 June 2015
Councillors have agreed to progress plans for a new £13million school in the Stoneywood area of Aberdeen.
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Official opening of Hazlehead Grove Nursery
02 June 2015
  An Aberdeen City Council nursery has been officially opened for the wider community to use including social enterprises, charities and schools.
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Re-enactment of rebel Jacobite council in Aberdeen
02 June 2015
A re-enactment looking at the role of the Jacobite rebel council in Aberdeen in 1715 is going to be held in the Tolbooth Museum on Saturday 06 June. 
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Aberdeen City Council wins gold for streets and parks
29 May 2015
Aberdeen City Council has beaten country-wide local authorities to win gold at a prestigious awards ceremony.
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Aberdeen City Council by-elections set for July and October
28 May 2015
Two local government by-elections for Aberdeen City Council will be held on 30 July and a third on 01 October.
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Closing date set for sale of Bon Accord Baths
28 May 2015
A closing date has been set for offers to be tabled for the former Bon Accord Baths in Aberdeen city centre.
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Dons vice-chairman George Yule kicks off Golden Games 2015
28 May 2015
Aberdeen FC vice-chairman George Yule today [Thurs 28 May] launched Aberdeen's Golden Games – with a game of pickleball in the Marischal College Quadrangle.
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Third Don Crossing update meeting
28 May 2015
A public meeting is to be held on Monday 1 June to give local residents an update progress on building the Third Don Crossing.
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Waterloo to be focus of series of talks in Aberdeen
28 May 2015
Aberdeen's Maritime Museum has organised a series of free lunchtime talks to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo.
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Re-enactment of rebel Jacobite council in Aberdeen
27 May 2015
A re-enactment looking at the role of the Jacobite rebel council in Aberdeen in 1715 is going to be held in the Tolbooth Museum on Saturday 6 June. 
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Trading standards warning about a bogus caller
27 May 2015
Aberdeen City Council Trading Standards team is investigating a report concerning a Bridge of Don resident who received an unsolicited visit from a trader claiming to be doing warranty work for Thermal Coatings Ltd of Glasgow, a company which is currently in liquidation. 
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Pupils celebrate refurbishment of play parks
22 May 2015
The finishing of a major project to refurbish or replace Aberdeen's play areas was celebrated today with school pupils who won a competition.
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Original shipbuilder’s model of tea clipper bought at auction
21 May 2015
Aberdeen Maritime Museum has bought the original shipbuilder's model of the crack tea clipper Thermopylae – the ship that was faster than the Cutty Sark – at auction.
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Bus lane fines to fund Aberdeen transport projects
19 May 2015
More than £1million collected from bus lane fines by Aberdeen City Council will be spent on a wide range of transport and roads projects.
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Draft masterplans on AECC sites for public consultation
19 May 2015
Members of the public will be given the chance to have their say on draft masterplan documents for a new Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC) and the existing site at Bridge of Don.
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