MP explains SNPs Brexit walk-out
MP explains SNPs Brexit walk-out

Mr O’Hara described last week’s events in the Commons as ‘scandalous’ and for his constituents of Argyll and Bute to be ignored on Brexit was a democratic outrage.

Helensburgh football fest fun

A spokesperson said: ‘They played very well together at seven-a-side level, and have out performed their last football festival.’

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Mach 1 rally’s ace

Recently, with rookie driver, Jonathan MacDonald, from Glasgow, driving his first ever rally – Aberdeen’s Granites – Mr Wareham navigated the pair to 18th overall.

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Will Cushendall come and conquer?

The Dip for Dosh event on New Year’s Day is a tiny part of Kintyre Seasports Project.
All who take part in that event are equally welcome at any Campbeltown Sailing Club activity.

American youth shoots Machrihanish 68

Thad Sharrett from North Carolina, the managing director of Wells Fargo and Company which has $1.9 trillion in assets, arrived in the helicopter, last Tuesday, with his sons William, Austin and Davis.

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Loch sailing courses refloated

Campbeltown Sailing Club part funded by Argyll and Bute Council through the Supporting Communities fund will provide the sailing lessons for beginners and improvers from July 2 to 12 .

From our files

Two turf-cutting ceremonies took place to mark the start of the building of the town’s new police station and the start of new ACHA homes.

Peploe painting loaned to Campbeltown

Frank Chinn the museum’s temporary curator said: ‘The painting is deceptively simple but it is the simplicity of a master who can reduce a complex living subject to a few brush strokes.’

Preserving tales of yesteryear

The Digital Storytelling Project is part of the national Year of Young People and aims to bring together younger and older generations to share their stories and folklore tales of yesteryear.

From our files

A girl residing in Campbeltown was charged with having, on May 28 in the grounds adjoining the public road from Carradale Post Office to the pier, stolen two rhododendron blooms.

Down memory lane two, June 15 2018

‘I am sure many young schoolgirls who worked in the shop at weekends and during school holidays must look back fondly at their first job with ‘Wee Tommy.’

Kintyre Music Festival’s ruby anniversary

Following the concert David McEwan, who has been the festival secretary since the first year, 1979, made special mention of rotarian Jim Angus, who passed away last week and was a great supporter of the event.

Courier layout changes

A major change has been to bring From our Files together with Down memory lane, sponsored by Campbeltown Heritage Centre, to create a nostalgia section on pages eight and nine.

Letter: Scottish taxes

The gaping hole was revealed as it was confirmed the Scottish government is on course to collect significantly less in tax revenues that it had anticipated.