On the eve of Inveraray Highland Games, expert groundsman Ally Mather is pictured giving the pristine Winterton Park just one more wee trim before it takes another hammering from the hammer...and, of course, the caber.
THE reaction of the Scottish ferry industry to the possibility of re-introducing a vehicle service to Dunoon town centre was published today (Tuesday) – and it makes grim reading for campaigners.
Argyll was all smiles as the Queen’s Baton Relay made its 170-mile trip from Appin to Dunoon on Sunday July 13.
A total of 100 deserving local people carried the baton amid cheering crowds on the Argyll leg – but one of the stars of day 30 of the relay was undoubtedly Innellan man Paul Kerr.
Cowal's senior shinty clubs showed true grit on Saturday July 12 to bounce back after potentially demoralising defeats the previous week.
ARGYLL will come alive this Sunday (July 13) when the long-awaited Queen's Baton makes its way from Appin to Strachur and on to Dunoon.
It is expected that thousands of residents and visitors will line the route to cheer the baton through our beautiful region as part of the build-up to the Glasgow Commonwealth Games - which begin on July 23.
Police Scotland has confirmed there are "no suspicious circumstances" following the death of a man in Cairndow in a firearms-related incident.
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