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Thursday 30 November 2023 Dublin: -1°C

# Aberdeen

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Police in Scotland investigate after two 12-year-olds left with 'significant injuries' in chemical attack
Police said that the two boys had a substance on them which caused “burn type injuries”.
Hat-trick for Dubliner Rooney and Ireland international Hayes also on target in 7-2 rout
The win against Motherwell moves Aberdeen three points clear of Rangers in the Scottish Premiership.
Rodgers secures first major trophy as dominant Celtic claim Scottish League Cup
Tom Rogic, James Forrest and Moussa Dembele were on target for the Glasgow giants.
This café's excellent sandwich boards are dad joke HEAVEN
Prepare to laugh, then groan, then laugh again.
Irish international Jonny Hayes named in Scottish Premiership Team of the Year
The midfielder also scooped three awards at Aberdeen’s annual awards dinner.
Schoolboy jailed for nine years for stabbing fellow pupil in the heart
Bailey Gwynne died after the attack in October of last year.
16-year-old boy found guilty of killing fellow pupil
Bailey Gwynne died after being stabbed at his school last October.
Celtic booed off at Parkhead as Aberdeen close gap in title race
The Glasgow giants couldn’t find the net against a weakened Dundee outfit.
Beaten Celtic still good enough to keep title, says Deila
An Irishman helped Aberdeen beat the Bhoys last night.
Scottish football can look forward to a winter break next season
Arsene Wenger must be seriously considering a move north of the border right now.
SPL club to wear special one-off shirt today in tribute to Paris victims
It features the French flag and the emblem of the French Football Federation.
Bailey Gwynne, 16, dies in stabbing at Aberdeen school
A male suspect, believed to be a fellow pupil, has been detained following the incident at the Cults Academy secondary school at about 1.30pm.
Seagulls have forced one football team to resort to dramatic measures
The Dons revealed the club use a hawk to deter the birds hours before kick-off.
Adam Rooney's 22nd & 23rd goals of the season send Aberdeen joint-top with Celtic
The former Ireland U21 international leads the goalscoring charts in Scotland after his double against St Mirren.
Video shows driver using phone and wearing headphones ... with his laptop open
Police looking into the case are pursuing a definite line of enquiry.
This Aberdeen pub is calling itself a 'husband creche'
Randolph ban upheld despite Motherwell appeal
The Ireland international has been charged with violent conduct following an incident in a game with Hearts.
Gordon Strachan 'honoured' by talk of Scotland job
‘It’s quite simple really, it would be an honour to be asked to be the manager of your own national side, it’s terrific.’
Study: Smoking in cars exceeds safe air quality values, affects children
Aberdeen researchers found that fine particulate matter concentrations in cars where smoking takes place are high and can lead to ill-health effects in children.
We've All Bin There, Right?
This man had to be rescued after getting his head stuck.
Opening day jitters: Late Commons strike gives Celtic 'lucky' win
Glasgow’s top team got their title defence off to a winning start with a narrow victory over Aberdeen.
SPL meet today to plan life without Rangers
The league’s financial income has been thrown into major doubt.
Singh holds nerve to capture Scottish Open title in tense play-off
The challenge of Phil Mickelson never appeared while Francesco Molinari went from the sublime to the merely good.
Late double bogey costs Shane Lowry chance of Scottish Open lead
The Offaly golfer got off to a superb start with a birdie blitz but scuppered a good round on the 16th.
Scottish Open: Lowry third as Molinari sets course record
The Italian shot a 10-under 62 at Castle Stuart. The Irish pair are four shots back.
Kicked out by the top-flight clubs, Rangers will play where they're told, says Ibrox chief
Opposition clubs voted Rangers out of the SPL yesterday.
The sports week in pictures
Reminisce about the sporting week that was with our slideshow of the best images from the last seven days.
Second leak discovered as North Sea oil spill is the 'worst for a decade'
The oil spill from a Shell platform is estimated to be the worst in ten years in the North Sea.
Celtic win, but suffer Izaguirre blow
The Bhoys record their second win of the season but star man Emilio Izaguirre has suffered a suspected broken ankle.
Celtic, Aberdeen through to last four of Scottish Cup
Joe Ledley cancels out Adam Rooney penalty.