SNP stalwart Michael Russell and Donald Cameron of the Scottish Conservatives differ on rural growth deal.
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The project has been informed by local collaboration, extensive traffic monitoring and the results of an online survey with the introduction of new facilities and infrastructure improvements expected...
The Awards will be announced at an online event on Thursday, February 25.
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Taynuilt’s famous ceilidhs are making a come back in lockdown with help from Hands Up For Trad aficionado Simon Thoumire. The concertina player, composer and dynamic force behind the...
Council's £90,000 funding pot may now not be distributed for months given 'unpredictability' of Covid, meeting to hear.
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Fishing trip skipper Jack Macgregor has won the tender to run a service for residents which has been set up thanks to emergency funding.
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Oban Pride became a constituted organisation in April 2019 and in November 2019 became a registered charity.
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In another link to Scotland, the seal pup's mother is also called Rona - after the small island off Raasay.
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About 3pm on February 8, in Mull Terrace, Oban, a man, 25, was searched by police and found in possession of a small amount of cannabis. The man was charged and issued with Recordable Police Warning...
The John Muir Trust was responding to a press release, issued by the Scottish Gamekeepers Association, which accused it of leaving dead deer in public view in the Nevis Gorge area.
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