Letter: Vote for Clachan hall
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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.

Letter: Rotary’s sale facts
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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.

Spending a penny
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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?’

Letter: Farm stall plea
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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.

Letter: Kintyre needs tourism
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Letter: Kintyre needs tourism

As for the proposed closure of the public loos by the council where do people go? Do they bring their own plastic bags and poop scoops? It is unacceptable in this day and age – madness.

Spending a penny
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?’

Columnists
The personal touch

Visit Scotland has based its figures on a decade, beginning at the time of the financial crash and covering the years of David Cameron’s austerity.

Letter: Vote for Clachan hall
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.

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.

Letters
Letter: Kintyre needs tourism

As for the proposed closure of the public loos by the council where do people go? Do they bring their own plastic bags and poop scoops? It is unacceptable in this day and age – madness.

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.