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Here are the latest live news updates from Aberdeen and the north-east, as well as the major national and international stories breaking throughout the day.
Fire crews have attended a blaze in a city park.
Crews are currently in attendance at a fire in an Aberdeen park. The call came in at around 9.12pm this evening with reports of a fire in Hazlehead Park. One appliance has been sent out to the scene and firefighters are currently in attendance. More to follow.
A seal has found itself the centre of attention in Aberdeen tonight.
A man was taken to hospital after a crash involving a car and a cyclist in a north-east town.
A man has been charged after a crash on an Aberdeen roundabout. The crash took place at the St Machar roundabout on King Street, on July 25. A police statement said: “We can confirm that a 32-year-old man has been arrested and charged.” A report will be submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.
A pensioner has been charged in connection with a series of thefts at a north-east cemetery stretching back four years.
Police are appealing for information after a number of electrical tools were stolen from a north-east business.
NHS Grampian is investigating cases in the Portlethen and Stonehaven areas which may be linked.
Officers are looking to speak to two teenagers after a number of vehicles were damaged in a north-east town.
‘Lack of physical distancing’ significant factor in Aberdeen outbreak as ‘all licensed premises in city likely affected’
There have now been 165 detected coronavirus cases linked to the Aberdeen cluster, a rise of eight on yesterday.
The north-east has recorded 27 new cases of coronavirus in the past 24 hours.
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A man and a woman have appeared in court in connection with an assault and robbery in Aberdeen.
A survey has been launched to collect feedback from the public on a proposed shared-use cycle and pedestrian path in Ellon.
An Aberdeen man has admitted walking into a woman's bedroom as she slept and spitting at a police officer after claiming he had contracted Covid-19.
An archaeologist is just under halfway through a mammoth 800km walk across Scotland to highlight the jeopardy of the nation’s heritage.
Aberdeen Lifeboat Station has sent a grateful thank you to the people who made their first virtual ‘open day’ a reality – but said they are still short of their £2,000 fundraising target.
Aberdeen businesses have been invited to take part in an online meeting.
An Aberdeen-based charity has received more than £6k in funding.
The Grampian Forest Rally has raised hundreds of pounds for a Scottish cancer charity despite having to take place in a different format.
A north-east councillor has joined Aberdeenshire Council's Conservative group.
A Sport Aberdeen volunteer has been shortlisted as a finalist for a prestigious award ceremony.
The First Minister said: "We won't keep the restrictions in place longer than needed but we can't lift them too soon."
A consultation on proposals to lease a former north-east glass house to a major mental health charity has been launched.
The new owner of an Aberdeen coffee shop has expressed her delight to be taking over the popular eatery.
A woman has appeared in court in connection with a rush hour robbery on a city street.
Police in Aberdeen have urged parents to talk to their children following a number of incidents of antisocial behaviour in the west of the city.
Two teenagers from Aberdeen are among the latest cohort of sportscotland Young Ambassadors.
The co-leader of Aberdeen City Council has called on the Scottish Government to provide financial assistance to businesses in the city.