Courier layout changes
Columnists
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
Letters
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.

Letter: MOK Run thankyou
Letters
Letter: MOK Run thankyou

A special thank you once again goes to the residents of Limecraigs, for taking the time to decorate the street, provide well received ‘showers.’

Columnists
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.

Columnists
Royal Bank of Scotland quits

It is not the only institution abandoning the town. Although the bank’s demise is much more important, Visit Scotland also announced last year it is pulling out.

Columnists
Tourists swell Campbeltown

The changeable weather has caught some out. It is still May and on cooler evenings the old proverb: ”Ne’er cast a clout till May be oot,’ has never proved more true.

Columnists
Schools in the news

Campbeltown Grammar school’s new head, David Fyfe, features on page three after contacting the Courier about a planned open evening.

Columnists
Thought for the week

Then, nestled in the midst of all the buildings, was a truly lovely garden with inviting benches and blossom trees.

Letters
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.

Letters
Letter: MOK Run thankyou

A special thank you once again goes to the residents of Limecraigs, for taking the time to decorate the street, provide well received ‘showers.’

Letters
Letter: How dare you laugh

It’s a congenital condition that ever since I was young I made outrageous statements and people would say to me: ‘You can’t be serious.’ ‘Not on a regular basis, no,’ was my usual reply.

Obituary: Regius professor and Scottish law commissioner
Obits
Obituary: Regius professor and Scottish law commissioner

Many former students have tweeted their sadness at the news of his death. One wrote: ‘Who could ever forget the lesson from a tale that began: ‘Imagine I wished to enter into a contract to purchase some black silk sheets…’

Obits
Adam Bergius 1925-2017

A NAVY man who feared battleships and volunteered for ‘special service of a hazardous nature’, surviving the Second World War, was laid to rest in Kintyre last weekend.