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Temporary closure of household waste & recycling centre
13 June 2014
Temporary traffic measures, which will be in place ahead of Aberdeen's Highland Games, mean the Household Waste & Recycling Centre on Hazlehead Avenue will be closed this weekend [Saturday 14 June and Sunday 15 June].
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Councillors to consider plans for housing development at former Cornhill Hospital site
12 June 2014
A 300-home residential development proposed for the site of the former Royal Cornhill Hospital is to be considered by councillors next week.
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Family fun-packed day on offer at Aberdeen’s Highland Games
12 June 2014
Thousands are expected to visit Aberdeen's Highland Games at Hazlehead Park this Sunday [15 June].
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Golden Games golfers grab Scottish Open trophy
12 June 2014
Participants in the Golden Games golf session at Kings Links got the chance to get their hands on the Scottish Open golf trophy today [Thurs 12 June].
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Helicopter hangar plan recommended for approval
12 June 2014
A proposal for a new helicopter hangar at Aberdeen International Airport is to be considered by councillors next week.
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Work with an artist to create River Don Gateways
12 June 2014
River water patterns are to be incorporated into sculptural earthworks to create access gateways to the River Don Corridor.
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Active and Green in Aberdeen
11 June 2014
Using the natural world to engage with, care for and support older adults, is the focus of a series of workshops to be held in Aberdeen later this month.
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Broad Street to close overnight during demolition work
11 June 2014
St Nicholas House, the former headquarters of Aberdeen City Council, will be reduced to rubble next week.
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Contractor unveiled for AWPR scheme
11 June 2014
The £745m Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route/Balmedie Tipperty project is well on the road to completion today after Transport Minister, Keith Brown announced that 'Connect Roads' has been selected as the preferred bidder to deliver this critical project.
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Preferred bidder for city centre masterplan to be recommended to Council
11 June 2014
A preferred bidder to develop a masterplan and delivery programme for Aberdeen city centre is to be selected later this month.
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Aberdeen City Council Chief Executive (Designate) Angela Scott statement on Hazlehead Crematorium
09 June 2014
As you know, the working practices of crematoria across Scotland have been under scrutiny recently.
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Golden Games prove age is no barrier to active lives
06 June 2014
The launch of Aberdeen's annual Golden Games – a festival of activities for older people - was marked today [Friday 06 June] with the passing of a baton designed and created by local primary school children.
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Re-opening delayed at local pool
06 June 2014
Tullos Pool will not re-open to the public on Monday 09 June as originally planned.
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Scottish first for Aberdeen Art Gallery’s major summer exhibition
05 June 2014
The first major exhibition in Scotland to celebrate the work of world renowned knitwear and textile designer Kaffe Fassett will be held this summer at Aberdeen Art Gallery, Schoolhill.
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Duthie Park play areas receive makeover as improvement work continues
04 June 2014
The refurbishment of Duthie Park play areas marks the latest phase in improvement work made possible by the generosity of the late Lorna Doreen Russell.
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Gateways to the River Don
04 June 2014
Three new access gateways to the River Don Corridor are to be created, mixing art with landscape architecture, as part of a new project to further improve access to and perceptions of the area.
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Virginia Street southbound carriageway to close for resurfacing
04 June 2014
Virginia Street and Trinity Quay will be closed to southbound traffic between Commerce Street and Market Street overnight on Thursday and Friday [05 and 06 June] while resurfacing work is carried out.
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Exciting archaeological discovery made at Dyce Park and Choose site
03 June 2014
Evidence of industrial, agricultural and domestic activity dating from up to 4,000 years ago has been found at the site of the Dyce Park and Choose and Dyce Drive link road site.
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‘Independent living’ centre opens in Aberdeen
02 June 2014
A new centre designed to help people live more independent lives at home will throw open its doors to the public next week.
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Young voters urged to make sure they can take part in Referendum
02 June 2014
Young voters who will never have voted before are being urged to make sure they are ready to take part in the Scottish Independence Referendum.
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Aberdeen community sports hub aims to generate sporting legacy
30 May 2014
A new community sports hub is set to be launched in Aberdeen - with less then 50 days to go before the Commonwealth Games get under way.
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National recognition for Aberdeen beach
30 May 2014
The winners of the 2014 Scottish Seaside Awards were announced on 30 May 2014 by the independent environmental charity, Keep Scotland Beautiful, with more beaches than ever receiving credit for environmental quality and an exceptional seaside experience.
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Newly acquired masterpiece inspires new show at Aberdeen Art Gallery
30 May 2014
An exhibition inspired by an Edwardian masterpiece recently acquired by Aberdeen Art Gallery will open on Saturday 31 May at the Schoolhill venue.
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Trading Standards issue warning about mailshot
30 May 2014
 Aberdeen City Council Trading Standards team is warning local businesses not to respond to a mailshot that could result in a bill of almost £2,400 over a period of three years.
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AECC redevelopment public consultation gets underway
28 May 2014
The first stage of the public consultation process for the new multi-million pound Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre at Bucksburn gets under way this week. 
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