Kintyre
Glenbarr remembers

‘The floor was littered with men writhing and retching in an agony of suffocation.’

Business
Argyll businesses set for China summit

As well as lectures, workshops and one-to-one advice sessions, the seminars will also look at finance, logistics, networking, legal and marketing challenges for companies wishing to do business in China

Church
Thought for the week

The world is full of noise and we are so fortunate in Argyll that we can escape into stillness.

Campbeltown
Church’s quarter of a millenium

Using Psalm 90’s three score and 10 definition of a lifetime it is more than 3.5 lifetimes, of 70 years, since Lorne and Lowland’s earliest beginning as a Relief church.

Districts
West Kintyre remembers

It will be particularly poignant for Rev Hood as almost 30 years ago, to the day, on Wednesday November 11, 1987 her father Reverend James Hood died.

Districts
Banned from Islay

Morton also pleaded guilty to behaving in such a violent manner in a police vehicle that officers were unable to remove him from its cell.

Dairy leader is honorary grocer
Farming
Dairy leader is honorary grocer

‘We were delighted to bestow this award on Sandy Wilkie; it will ensure that he will continue to have a strong connection to the SGF.’

Farming
Gavin Semple lifts stockjudging crown

A further award was presented on the evening. The Gartivaigh Cup for the most points gained in all three stockjudgings throughout the year between the beef, Ayrshire and Holstein Breeders competitions.

Kintyre
Glenbarr remembers

‘The floor was littered with men writhing and retching in an agony of suffocation.’