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Climate crisis: can we afford to miss the boat?

With sea level rises expected to flood many of Scotland’s coastal towns in the next 30 years if climate crisis talks fail in Glasgow this November, an Argyll woodsman has built a Noah’s Ark to make people think about what’s at stake

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Sale record broken twice within two minutes

Kevin MacIntyre, Glenahervie, broke his own £900 record, set last year, with the sale’s first ever four-figure price achieved, before the next tup, from Thomas Cameron, Gartvaigh, broke the record again

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Your Gateway to a bright business future

Experienced business advisers can help business owners, via virtual meetings online or by phone, as they transition back to normality, providing support on issues such as flexible working, recruiting, sourcing finance, finding new customers or strategic planning

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Travelling abroad has changed

The pandemic has changed the way we travel abroad. The Government has put in place a traffic light system – green, amber, red – designed to tell you the actions that need to be taken on return from overseas travel. Other changes have been made because the UK has left the EU.

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Man breached bail three times

A 33-year-old man breached his bail conditions on three separate occasions, Campbeltown Sheriff Court heard last week.

Travelling abroad has changed
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Travelling abroad has changed

The pandemic has changed the way we travel abroad. The Government has put in place a traffic light system – green, amber, red – designed to tell you the actions that need to be taken on return from overseas travel. Other changes have been made because the UK has left the EU.

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District News, August 27 2021

More than 70 people attended last Saturday’s show, with 20 horticulture pros submitting more than 100 garden produce entries.

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Travelling abroad has changed

The pandemic has changed the way we travel abroad. The Government has put in place a traffic light system – green, amber, red – designed to tell you the actions that need to be taken on return from overseas travel. Other changes have been made because the UK has left the EU.

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Down Memory Lane, July 30 2021

A new exhibition comparing Carradale of old to what it looks like today is running at the heritage centre opposite Dottie’s cafe.

Sale record broken twice within two minutes
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Sale record broken twice within two minutes

Kevin MacIntyre, Glenahervie, broke his own £900 record, set last year, with the sale’s first ever four-figure price achieved, before the next tup, from Thomas Cameron, Gartvaigh, broke the record again

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Islay firefighters’ Runway Run ready for take-off

Organised by the airport’s firefighting crew from Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd., the charity event on Saturday, October 2, will see the runways closed and the public take over for their 5km challenge.

Travelling abroad has changed
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Travelling abroad has changed

The pandemic has changed the way we travel abroad. The Government has put in place a traffic light system – green, amber, red – designed to tell you the actions that need to be taken on return from overseas travel. Other changes have been made because the UK has left the EU.