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Grants on offer to support culture in the city
19 January 2015
Arts organisations and community groups are being invited to apply for the latest round of project grants from Aberdeen City Council from today [Mon 19 Jan].
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Northfield Library closed temporarily
19 January 2015
Essential roof repairs to Northfield Library have begun today [Mon 19 Jan] so the building will remain closed for the next two weeks.
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School’s mosaic depicts history of coastal area of Aberdeen
15 January 2015
Pupils at a primary school in the Cove Bay area of Aberdeen have created a 7m long mosaic to illustrate their local heritage
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City Council appoints new head of children’s social work
14 January 2015
Aberdeen City Council is delighted to announce that following a rigorous selection process Bernadette Oxley has been offered the post of Head of Children's Social Work / Chief Social Work Officer on a preferred candidate basis.
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Date set for North Sea oil summit in Aberdeen
14 January 2015
Aberdeen City Council Leader Councillor Jenny Laing has announced that a North Sea oil summit will take place on Monday 02 February at Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre.
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Bridge of Don site promises affordable homes boost for Aberdeen
13 January 2015
Plans are in the pipeline to build new affordable homes in Bridge of Don.
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Consultation opens on health and social care integration in Aberdeen
13 January 2015
Consultation has opened on a draft Health and Social Care Integration Scheme for Aberdeen.
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Pilot project ignites school’s new tobacco policy
13 January 2015
Bucksburn Academy Campus launched its own tobacco policy on Tuesday 13 January following its participation in a pilot tobacco initiative.
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Improvement projects launched on city’s most popular paths
12 January 2015
Aberdeen City Council will start improvement works on three popular paths this month.
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Aberdeen City Council Leader statement on Paris murders following news of local link
09 January 2015
Aberdeen City Council Leader Councillor Jenny Laing has spoken of her sorrow over the murder of the Charlie Hebdo journalists after learning of a twin-city link with one of the victims.
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Return of concerts is music to the ears
09 January 2015
The popular Lunchbreak Concerts series is set to return with a performance of Schubert and Brahms at 1pm on Saturday 10 January in Aberdeen's Cowdray Hall, Schoolhill.
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Centenary service for Aberdeen–born missionary Mary Slessor
08 January 2015
The life and work of Aberdeen-born missionary Mary Slessor will be celebrated at a special centenary service in the city next week, one hundred years after her death in Nigeria.
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Duthie Park draws record 1.2 million visitors in 2014
08 January 2015
Visitor numbers at Aberdeen's prize-winning Duthie Park hit record levels in 2014, topping the million mark for the second year running.
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Public urged to make use of Marischal College car park
24 December 2014
Shoppers and visitors to the city centre are being urged to make use of the Marischal College car park off Queen Street.
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Project ensures Aberdeen’s water is 100 miles better
19 December 2014
One hundred miles of water pipes serving Aberdeen have been enhanced in a £5.3m investment.
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Aberdeen City Council housing budget approved
17 December 2014
Budget proposals for the 2015/16 Housing Revenue Account (HRA) and the Housing Capital Programme were approved by Aberdeen councillors today.
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Working together to defeat fraudsters
17 December 2014
An Aberdeen woman who was conned out of thousands of pounds by mail and telephone scammers has had £20,000 returned to her thanks to the partnership working of Aberdeen City Council's Trading Standards team, Social Care and Wellbeing team and Police Scotland.
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Merrymakers invited to annual carol concert
15 December 2014
Guests are invited to join in the annual festivities at Aberdeen City Council's Christmas Carol concert, which will return to the city's Duthie Park on Saturday 20 December.
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Aberdeen City Council and Marriott International sign major deal for 'signature' hotel complex for Marischal Square
12 December 2014
Aberdeen City Council and the Marriott International hotel group today (Friday, 12 Dec) completed the agreement to deliver a 'signature' hotel on the new Marischal Square development in the city.
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Youngsters to tackle irresponsible dog owners
11 December 2014
Children at Broomhill Nursery in Aberdeen have had enough of trying to avoid dog mess during their regular visits to the nearby Woodies - their local park - so they have decided to raise the issue of dog fouling with dog owners directly.
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Aberdeen Licensing Board revokes licences of licensees who failed to complete refresher training
10 December 2014
Aberdeen Licensing Board today [Weds 10 Dec] agreed to revoke the personal licences of those who have failed to provide the required notification of completion of refresher training.
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Top awards go to Aberdeen’s eco-champions
08 December 2014
Folk who have made the effort to improve the environment in their Aberdeen communities have been honoured with special awards.
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Aberdeen City finance chief to take dual role with Shetland Islands Council
05 December 2014
Shetland Islands Council's new senior finance officer is Steve Whyte, who will be jointly employed by the SIC and Aberdeen City Council, where he is currently Head of Finance. His appointment has now been approved by both local authorities.
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Learn about local democracy at free information session
05 December 2014
Aberdonians will be able to find out how they can get more involved in local democracy at a free drop-in information session from 11am to 4pm on Saturday 06 December at the Central Library, Rosemount Viaduct.
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Still time for Aberdeen public to influence the latest stage in city centre masterplan
04 December 2014
People living and working in Aberdeen still have time to influence the latest stage of the master planning process around the long-term future of their city.
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