Letter: Carradale path wrecked
Letters
Letter: Carradale path wrecked

How can one grudge the odd £700, to replace a pot-hole wrecked wheel and tyre, when we know that our money is really being spent on such an essential and environmentally friendly project.

Adding insult to injury
Columnists
Adding insult to injury

Last night, at Campbeltown Picture House, a light hearted drama documentary about the cinema’s restoration, The Wee Pictures, was shown to a select invited audience at the formal opening.

Letter: Sugar tax may hit diabetics
Letters
Letter: Sugar tax may hit diabetics

However, for those who live with or care for young children with type one diabetes, quick access to a fizzy drink or sugary food can be a life-saver, and the change is likely to create a new challenge.

Columnists
Adding insult to injury

Last night, at Campbeltown Picture House, a light hearted drama documentary about the cinema’s restoration, The Wee Pictures, was shown to a select invited audience at the formal opening.

Columnists
A dramatic weekend

Even the adjudicator Kevin Boland was a comedian, particularly as one player commented, at the end, from holding him back from a dram.

Columnists
Thought for the week

Memories flood back and, with nostalgia, I wonder where all these decades have gone with so much in between.

Columnists
Grammar school’s new era

Judging by acting head Catherine Cameron’s speech she is certain the building will provide the environment for great teaching.

Letters
Letter: Carradale path wrecked

How can one grudge the odd £700, to replace a pot-hole wrecked wheel and tyre, when we know that our money is really being spent on such an essential and environmentally friendly project.

Letters
Letter: Sugar tax may hit diabetics

However, for those who live with or care for young children with type one diabetes, quick access to a fizzy drink or sugary food can be a life-saver, and the change is likely to create a new challenge.

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.