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Barney Crockett, leader of the City Council, said: "I've just finished reading the Aberdonian cover to cover and it's a great new edition to the city's newspapers.
The Aberdonian will inform and entertain, with business and entertainment being staples.
Without doubt, the best thing about the north-east are its people and that is why it is so exciting to welcome The Aberdonian to the news-stands.
He goes into the final round tied for second place but only one shot behind the leader, his fellow Aberdonian Richie Ramsay.
A DELIGHTED Aberdonian was the recipient of a pounds 1,000 free bet courtesy of William Hill after becoming the millionth punter to place a bet using the Racing Post app.
The show at Glasgow's Bellahouston Leisure Centre will be the first headlined by an Aberdonian in the west of Scotland and will be shown live on Sky.
The Aberdonian took the South African Open in style at Pearl Valley as he came from behind to card a seven under 65 then beat Indian Shiv Kapur with a two-putt birdie four at the first play-off hole.
The Aberdonian Coast, a new vessel, at Newcastle Quayside, is to speed up the trading service between Aberdeen, Newcastle and London.
Medical help would have saved Aberdonian Emma, at Devonport aboard HMS Cornwall in October 2004, the Plymouth court heard.
Scott Henderson's bid to return to the European Tour remains very much on course after the Aberdonian leapt to the lead at Chart Hills in Kent.
The error left the Aberdonian down in fourth spot behind nearest challenger Tim Mason, while Roger Moran had his best result so far with second spot in the new Pilbeam.
I feel a bit like an Aberdonian now and my two girls are anyway – I'm not sure how happy I am about that
Aberdonian was bred by Mr David Grant of Earlsfield, Insch, Aberdeenshire and he heads for the Druk pedigree herd of Messrs Lewis, Oxfordshire.
One of the local hopes at Gleneagles this week, the Aberdonian will have his backers.
The Aberdonian, Scotland's skipper at the Youth World Cup, last night revealed he once toyed with the idea of joining fellow sporting all-rounders Andy Webster and Shaun Maloney on the path to football fame.