Rangers roadshow rolls into town
Campbeltown
Rangers roadshow rolls into town

They will talk about the story of the founders, from the shores of the Gareloch to their arrival in Glasgow, their journey to the front door of Ibrox Stadium and beyond.

China business summit success
Campbeltown
China business summit success

‘Businesses as diverse as marine science and dairy farmers explored the export opportunities while learning about the cultural and bureaucratic complexities of China, and exploding some of its myths.’

Cinema restored to 1935 grandeur
Campbeltown
Cinema restored to 1935 grandeur

‘Among the elements of 1935 design that have been reinstated are the repainted ceiling, the colour scheme for the ‘wee houses’ specially made art deco lights and the return of the historically popular love seats.’

Will Billy Irving be freed?
Campbeltown
Will Billy Irving be freed?

Billy Irving’s fiancee, Yvonne MacHugh, said: ‘I can’t quite believe we finally have a date for a verdict. Since the day the five-year sentence was handed to Billy, our lives have been at a standstill.’

Sport
Lotto draws

The winning numbers at Machrihanish golf club on Monday were: 3, 9 and 20.

Football
Kintyre footballers fired up in feisty friendly

Referee Peter McCallum had one of the toughest jobs on the park as his sons Donald and John played on opposing teams. In the good natured affair he hardly drew his whistle as there was little tackling and plenty of passing.

Other Sports
Splendid swims

Euan competed at West Districts JAG short course championships and knocked 6.45 off his 200m breaststroke.

Football
Dismal Pupils dumped in Dunoon

The Pupils have won only one match in their past six matches, far removed from the league-winning, or promotion-clinching form the relatively  young squad showed at the beginning of the season.

Leisure
FROM OUR FILES, November 10 2017

‘As no doubt most people are aware, the Tourist Trail signposting recently erected in connection with Argyll pointedly omits Kintyre.’

Columnists
Tourism information

The town is in the vanguard of the 3D printed circuit board revolution and the latest lights, set to shine, are some of the first of their kind in the UK. 

Letters
Letter: World diabetes day

I’ve held down jobs, travelled the world and due to technological advancements, managing my type one diabetes with a flash glucose sensor and an insulin pump – technology only available because of medical research.

Letters
Letter: Vote for Clachan hall

The asbestos concrete corrugated roof leaking all the more since, with good intention, we put up solar panels to improve energy efficiency.

Letters
Letter: Rotary’s sale facts

There should be no requests for collection of furniture for the Rotary Club of Campbeltown’s Sale of the Century until April next year.

Columnists
Spending a penny

A woman from Carradale said in a phone call to the Courier on Wednesday: ‘Do they expect us to relieve ourselves in the streets?’

Letters
Letter: Farm stall plea

Christmas is coming and hopefully, Santa, if he is in Argyll and Bute, will be kind to a very enterprising family and allow Bellochantuy Farm Stall to re-open soon.