West coast ferry operator CalMac has won a prestigious hospitality award for its innovative Modern Apprenticeship partnership with City of Glasgow College.
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The project to reduce energy use in Glenuig Hall and increase recycling in the Glenuig area has been hailed a success.
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Glenfinnan Community Council report
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On what must have been the wettest day so far this year, Neil Malcolm organised a site visit to Glen Duror and accompanied the pupils from Duror Primary School along with some field archaeologists to...
Following decades of campaigning by the Comhairle and its partners, control of the Outer Hebrides foreshore and seabed, currently in the hands of The Crown Estate, is set to return to the local...
Bòrd na Gàidhlig members undertook a road trip recently, visiting some of the Gaelic communities in Argyll and Bute and Lochaber as part of a series of board meetings.
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Business Secretary Greg Clark MP has agreed to look at concerns raised by Isles MP Angus MacNeil regarding the position of Ofgem on plans for an interconnector for the Hebrides.
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Fingal was a common sight in Oban bay
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Mila Mccracken from Oban was crowned the winner
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Organisers of an All Under One Banner independence march anticipate more than 1,600 people will take part.
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