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Grants available for youth activities
14 May 2014
Submissions for the next round of small grants funding for youth activities in Aberdeen will close on Tuesday 03 June 2014.
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Planning application lodged for £107million Marischal Square project
14 May 2014
National developer and urban regeneration specialist, Muse Developments, has lodged a detailed planning application with Aberdeen City Council for the £107 million Marischal Square development to transform one of the key locations in Aberdeen city centre.
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Early birds can get cheaper Highland Games tickets
12 May 2014
Early birds can get 10% off tickets to Aberdeen's Highland Games by booking online before Sunday 01 June 2014.
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Environmentally-friendly makeover breathes new life into cityís Waste Aware bus
12 May 2014
Aberdeen City Council's Waste Aware bus has been given an environmentally-friendly makeover using materials that could have been destined for the dump.
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Adults only after hours at Aberdeen Art Gallery
09 May 2014
A new addition to Aberdeen's events calendar will give people a chance to see one of the city's best known and loved spaces in a whole new light from 6.30pm until 10pm on Friday 16 May at Aberdeen Art Gallery.
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Annual event offers local artists the chance to be part of prestigious exhibition
09 May 2014
The prestigious Aberdeen Artists Society's exhibition will open to the public on Saturday 10 May at Aberdeen Art Gallery, Schoolhill.
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Duthie Park adds another prize to its trophy cabinet
09 May 2014
Aberdeen's Duthie Park has added another prize to its trophy cabinet after being named Top Major Park by Playspotter - a website which reviews and rates more than 5,000 play areas across the UK.
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Energetica Walking & Wildlife Festival launches for second year
09 May 2014
A two-day festival showcasing the stunning coastal scenery and diverse wildlife of the Energetica corridor has launched for a second year.
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Green fingers wanted for clean up Europe event
09 May 2014
Help enhance Aberdeen's coastal path from Torry Battery to Nigg Bay as part of Let's Clean Up Europe Day! on Saturday 10 May.
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Aberdeen City Council appoints new Chief Executive
08 May 2014
Aberdeen City Council has announced that Angela Scott has been appointed as its new Chief Executive.
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Victoria Road School site offered for sale
08 May 2014
The site of the former Victoria Road school has been put on the market.
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Pupils plough ahead with potato planting competition
07 May 2014
A potato planting competition has taken root in Aberdeen schools.
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Revised Aberdeen City Waste Strategy approved
06 May 2014
Councillors have approved a revised version of the Aberdeen City Waste Strategy, a document that sets out the Council's long-term plans to reduce the social, economic and environmental consequences of waste.
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Temporary closure of Scotstown Road waste recycling centre
02 May 2014
Aberdeen City Council's household waste recycling centre at Perwinnes Moss, Scotstown Road will be closed for maintenance from Tuesday 06 May until Thursday 08 May. It will reopen on Friday 09 May at 10am.
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Lord Provostís Charitable Trust event to benefit Cornerstone
30 April 2014
Classical singer Russell Watson is to perform at His Majesty's Theatre in Aberdeen for a spectacular one-off charity concert this summer.
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Budding gardenersí flower designs take root
28 April 2014
Green-fingered pupils from Aberdeen primary schools have triumphed in the City Council's bulb-planting competition.
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City Council marks International Workers Memorial Day with lowered flags and wreath-laying ceremony
28 April 2014
Aberdeen City Council has marked International Workers Memorial Day by joining with trade unionists for a special wreath-laying ceremony.
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New residential development plans backed by councillors
25 April 2014
Plans to build 550 new houses and a replacement primary school in an Aberdeen suburb have been supported by Aberdeen City Council's Planning Committee.
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Riverside Drive resurfacing work continues
25 April 2014
Riverside Drive will re-open this weekend, ahead of further resurfacing work being carried out next week.
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Traffic restrictions in Arnhall area
25 April 2014
A series of traffic restrictions will be in place in the Arnhall area from 6.30pm on Monday [28 April] while development works for the business park are carried out.
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Weekend closure of Berryden Road during water works
25 April 2014
Berryden Road will be closed for 35 metres north of its junction with Hutcheon Street from 7pm tonight [Friday, 25 April], during Scottish Water works.
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Asphalt transformed to Caithness slate in Union Street trick
24 April 2014
Visitors to Aberdeen city centre could soon be forgiven for thinking alchemists have been at work on Union Street, where asphalt will soon apparently have been transmuted into Caithness slate.
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Council in hunt for city centre design team
24 April 2014
Aberdeen City Council is seeking a multi-disciplinary design team to prepare a masterplan and delivery programme for the city centre.
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Bestselling author to celebrate World Book Night in Aberdeen
21 April 2014
Celebrate World Book Night with bestselling author James Oswald at 6pm on Wednesday [23 April] at Aberdeen Central Library, Rosemount Viaduct.
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Aberdeen legacy walking routes launched to mark 100 days to go until the Commonwealth Games
17 April 2014
Three new walking maps for the City of Aberdeen were officially launched at Robert Gordon's University on Monday 14th April, as part of Ramblers Scotland's Medal Routes project.
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