News from Islay, Jura and Mid Argyll.
Six adults from up to six households will now be able to meet up outdoors in Scotland from Friday to give friends and families a boost.
Club captain William Livingston said the completion of the new clubhouse was ‘a momentous moment’ in the club’s history.
Local companies exporting fish and shellfish to the EU say that they need more than a ‘sticking plaster’ approach to fix the situation.
In a show of protest at bureaucratic delays a mass convoy of 21 lorries arrived at Parliament Square, Westminster – just yards from Number 10 Downing Street.
1.2GB of data stolen in ransomware raid including staff information, SEPA confirms.
Joanna MacDonald has served as chief officer of Argyll and Bute Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) for nine years.
Coach and referee Colin Hanbidge is one of two people shortlisted in the Official of the Year category at the Tennis Scotland Awards 2021.
‘The 2021 Campbeltown Malts Festival limited edition perfectly encapsulates Glen Scotia’s signature style’
‘We have been consulting with young people through our private Facebook page during the lockdowns and have managed to come up with a plan for the garden project’
Carols from Your Doorstep has been organised to ensure it’s anything but a silent night with neighbourhoods from all over Scotland being urged to take part.
Eagle-eyed dinosaur fans may spot Glen Mallan jetty at Loch Long, Arrochar, if they see the film at Campbeltown Picture House.
The seasonal service, which was introduced on a trial basis in 2013 and became permanent in 2015, has been plagued by cancellations due to weather and mechanical issues.
The festival celebrates the whisky heritage of Campbeltown, an area once dubbed ‘the whisky capital of the world’ and one of the five traditional whisky-producing regions of Scotland.