REDUCED FERRY SERVICE FOR FILM FESTIVAL
Written by Gordon Neish Wednesday, 12 June 2013 09:24
AS Dunoon is gearing up for the first Dunoon Film Festival, which organisers hope will attract a large number of visitors to the town, Argyll Ferries has introduced a restricted service with no late sailings as maintenance is carried out on Gourock linkspan.
German students say thanks to Dunoon
Last Updated on Friday, 07 June 2013 12:46 Written by Colin Cameron Friday, 07 June 2013 12:25
The worst critics of Dunoon tend to be Dunoon people – but look at it with an outsider's eye and a quite different Cowal town appears.
A group of six German students has been in the area since last September while attending Sandbank-based Xpand Life College.
They have been so impressed with the area and the warmth of local people that a special cultural exchange is planned tomorrow evening (Saturday June 8) by way of thanks, before they head home on June 24.
BUS TO MALAWI
Written by Gordon Neish Friday, 07 June 2013 10:32
A group of Dunoon Grammar School pupils got the West Coast Motors’ bus this morning (Friday) – to Malawi.
TV row hits Argyll shinty showcase
Last Updated on Thursday, 06 June 2013 22:59 Written by Colin Cameron Thursday, 06 June 2013 22:27
Weeks after shinty's ruling body sparked a mini-rebellion in its normally mild-mannered member clubs over unpopular league restructuring plans, another row has erupted in the glens - this time over the live broadcasting of a major cup final.
SERIOUS ASSAULT IN STRACHUR
Written by Administrator Thursday, 06 June 2013 15:34
Investigations are underway after an alleged serious assault in Strachur yesterday (Wednesday) evening.
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