Argyll and Bute Council will also be opening 10 of its school kitchens from Monday, March 23, to ensure that children who are entitled to free school meals can continue to receive those meals.
Students will get the credit they deserve for their studies, despite this year's exams being cancelled.
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Pleas have been issued for city dwellers to stay away from Lochaber and the rest of the Highlands and not use the area as a bolt hole to self isolate during the coronavirus pandemic.
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New Strontian publisher celebrates first two titles
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Police Scotland Explosive Ordinance Disposal team were called in and carried out a controlled explosion.
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Due to take place on Saturday March 28 the litter-pick has had to be cancelled due to government advice.
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Community invited in to Museum of Caol
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The church is the people not the building, so while we cannot come together in one space to worship we can be together in prayer, and through contacting one another by phone, text or email, Facebook...
There are fears that the Visitor Centre may not survive this closure due to lack of available funding.
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Argyll-based West Coast Motors, which runs many key routes, is among those making changes.
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