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The following is a list of related news items.

General news from the BBC web site:

World's first floating wind farm starts generating electricity
The five 175-metre high turbines have been installed 15 miles off the Aberdeenshire coast.
Call to nationalise Northern Isles ferry services from RMT
The RMT says the contract should be taken into public ownership when the current one with Serco Northlink Ferries expires.
Sister of kayaker who died backs RNLI safety campaign
The sister of a kayaker who died earlier this year support a safety initiative by the RNLI.
Orkney Drugs Dog launches charity fundraising drive
The charity wants to detect drugs on the islands and educate young people about their use.
Diver dies after Scapa Flow accident
The 53-year-old man was exploring the wreck of the WW1 German battleship Markgraf when he experienced problems.
Theresa May defends football referee Tory MP Douglas Ross
Douglas Ross is to miss a debate on universal credit because he is officiating in a Champions League match.
Cat neglect couple given five-year animal ban
The Banff incident was "one of the worst cases of cat neglect" seen by a Scottish SPCA inspector.
Aberdeen: Winger Scott Wright signs contact extension until 2021
Aberdeen winger Scott Wright signs a contract extension to stay at Pittodrie until the summer of 2021.
Hibernian 0-1 Aberdeen
Aberdeen continue their unbeaten start to the Premiership season with victory over Hibernian at Easter Road.
Scottish Cup: Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale stun Stirling Albion, McAllister nets five
Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale beat Stirling in the Scottish Cup as Rory McAllister scores five of Peterhead's nine goals against Colville Park.
Scotland: Malky Mackay takes interim charge for Netherlands friendly
Scottish FA performance director Malky Mackay takes interim charge of the Scotland team for next month's friendly against the Netherlands.
Aberdeen's Mark Reynolds praises on-loan Celtic midfielder Ryan Christie
Aberdeen defender Mark Reynolds insists team-mate Ryan Christie is one of the best players he has ever seen.
Aberdeen FC Kingsford stadium application put on hold
The plans for new facilities at Kingsford, near Westhill, have caused controversy and have now been deferred.
Your pictures of Scotland: 7 October - 13 October
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent between 7 October and 13 October.
Wall call
Nuart was successfully introduced in Aberdeen in April and will be returning in 2018.

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