Politicians will lay out their stalls at Campbeltown hustings

AT LEAST three general election contenders for the Argyll and Bute seat, on June 8, have pledged to attend a hustings in Campbeltown next Thursday (May 18.)

Former Argyll and Bute MP Alan Reid, the Scottish LibDem candidate. serving MP, the SNP’s candidate, Brendan O’Hara and Labour candidate, Michael Kelly, have all confirmed that they will be there.

Unfortunately, due to a longstanding prior commitment, the Conservative candidate, Gary Mulvaney, is unable to attend the Lorne and Lowland

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MSPs to examine the role of local police commanders

THE SCOTTISH parliament justice sub-committee on policing is looking at the role of local police commanders.

The committee will hear from Police Scotland and local authorities including Lanarkshire, Angus, Argyll and Bute and Dumfries and Galloway.

The committee meeting was at 1pm on Thursday May 11, in committee room six of the Scottish parliament and can be watched online here. Meeting papers are here.

Questions are likely to focus on how local policing priorities are determined, how tensions between

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Homesong hero

HOMESONG hero David Fee plays reputedly his best composition – ‘You don’t have to be strong.’

Three months of strikes start at Clyde nuclear bases

Three months of strikes start at Clyde nuclear bases

A CLAIMED breakdown in relations between civilian workers and Babcock Marine management at Coulport and Faslane has resulted in a continuous overtime and on-call ban.

Union Unite will start strike action at the Clyde naval bases at midnight tonight in a dispute over worker’s rights. It will affect all areas at the bases, including the nuclear operations department. Unite members in different roles will also take part in a series

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A helping hand for troubled CS Wind

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SUPPORT has been announced this week for troubled wind tower manufacturer CS Wind.

Read the full story in the March 10, 2017 edition of the Campbeltown Courier.

Budget promises security, stability and success

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ARGYLL and Bute Council’s administration has passed its budget promising ‘security, stability and success’.

Read the full story in the March 10, 2017 edition of the Campbeltown Courier.

Queen’s Nurse honour for Kitty

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A COMMUNITY nurse based at Campbeltown hospital has been selected to take part in a special professional development programme that will earn her the right to use the coveted title of
Queen’s Nurse.

Read the full story in the March 10, 2017 edition of the Campbeltown Courier.

Kintyre Club year opens with a bang

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THE REOPENING night of the Kintyre Club’s charity and restaurant went off without a hitch.

Read the full story in the March 10, 2017 edition of the Campbeltown Courier.

Scotland honours Southend golf duo

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A PAIR OF Kintyre’s greatest golfing legends and Dunaverty ambassadors have received national recognition for their lifetime achievements.

Read the full story in the March 3, 2017 edition of the Campbeltown Courier.

London trucker acquitted of killing Kintyre designer

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A LORRY driver accused of killing a top designer cycling to work in London was cleared of causing her death by careless driving at the Old Bailey.

Read the full story in the March 3, 2017 edition of the Campbeltown Courier.

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