Some Skye locals are concerned that with the rise in visitor numbers, shelves at the food shop can become bare quite quickly and Kate Forbes made sure that management knew of the concerns.
As part of the new scheme, grants between £3,000 and £20,000 will be available for projects which help communities to protect, promote or engage with Scotland’s coastal or waterway heritage.
A browse through last week's Oban Times led BID4Oban chief executive Andy Spence to some quite eye catching artwork.
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Harry Miles' passion for flying was sparked by family holidays in Oban.
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We can lower the barriers to people coming to hear the Word by making our gathering place conducive to listening.
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A&E, theatre, x-ray and Ward A will all benefit from equipment purchased via the Surgical Fund.
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Finlo Cottier is a physical oceanographer for the Scottish Association for Marine Science at Dunstaffnage.
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The smoked salmon will be available in nearly 130 UK stores to add to Waitrose's current offering of Loch Fyne oysters and mussels.
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Arisaig pupils and teachers get stuck into fruit tree planting project
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Pathfinder Accelerator programme is open to existing and start-up companies in the engineering, technology, IT, health and life sciences sectors.
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