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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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Aberdeen City result declared in European elections
25 May 2014
Aberdeen City Council Chief Executive and Returning Officer Valerie Watts made the declaration tonight [Sun 25 May] for the City Council area of the electoral region of Scotland in the European parliamentary elections.
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Public invited to Aberdeen’s Mandela memorial
23 May 2014
The citizens of Aberdeen are being invited to remember Nelson Mandela at a special memorial service on Sunday 25 May at the Kirk of St Nicholas Uniting, Union Street.
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WWI educational project in Aberdeen secures Heritage Lottery Funding
23 May 2014
A partnership project created by The Reading Bus in Aberdeen is to receive a grant of £60,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF).
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Aberdeen City Council statement on All-Energy relocation
21 May 2014
Aberdeen City Council is disappointed that the All-Energy conference is moving out of the city, but remains confident that the Granite City continues to be the home of the renewables and broader energy industry.
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Golden Games enters fourth year bigger and better than ever
21 May 2014
Aberdeen's Golden Games will enter its fourth year next month – expanded to four days of wide-ranging sports and physical activities for older people.
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Hydrogen buses on show for first time at All-Energy
21 May 2014
Europe's largest fleet of hydrogen buses will be revealed to the public for the first time during the UK's biggest renewable energy event, which gets underway in Aberdeen today [Wednesday, 21 May].
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Mile End School pupils artwork goes on show at Seventeen
21 May 2014
Leader of Aberdeen City Council Jenny Laing officially opened the Mile End School Summer Art Exhibition in Aberdeen's creative hub Seventeen, Belmont Street.
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Councillors move to decrease landfill waste and increase recycling rates
20 May 2014
Aberdeen City Council's Housing and Environment Committee today [Tuesday 20 May] moved to change the capacity of general waste kerbside wheeled bins as part of a drive to recycle more and divert rubbish from landfill.
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Awards ceremony recognises City Council staff achievements
16 May 2014
Aberdeen City Council has recognised the excellence of its staff with a series of 'Star Awards', which were bestowed on the winners at a special event at the Beach Ballroom.
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Temporary traffic lights on Dyce Drive
16 May 2014
Temporary traffic lights will be in use on Dyce Drive, between Argyll Road and the U53c Chapel of Stoneywood to Kirkhill road during evenings and at weekends for up to six weeks from Monday [19 May].
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Traffic restrictions for Baker Hughes 10k
16 May 2014
A series of traffic restrictions will be in place around the Aberdeen beach area this weekend for the Baker Hughes 10K, which takes place on Sunday [18 May]. They are as follows:
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Aberdeen libraries offer classes as part of adult learner’s week
15 May 2014
Aberdeen City Libraries will step back in time to host two events as part of Adult Learner's Week (Sunday 18 May – Saturday 24 May).
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Aberdeen libraries to host week-long celebration of books
15 May 2014
Aberdeen City Libraries are inviting families across the city to take part in a series of free events as part of Bookbug Week, from Monday 19 May to Sunday 25 May.
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Archives of historical significance to go on show
15 May 2014
A new exhibition which celebrates Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire Archives will open on Saturday 17 May, at the Tolbooth Museum, Castle Street, Aberdeen.
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Funding to encourage Aberdonians to get active during Commonwealth Games
15 May 2014
Voluntary or not-for-profit organisations or clubs based in Aberdeen are being encouraged to apply for Commonwealth 2014 Community Games Funding.
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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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