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A FORCE TO BE RECKONED WITH

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As the pressure continues to mount on the UK government to address the pension age transition inequality faced by thousands of women across Argyll and Bute; local MP Brendan O’Hara attended the inaugural meeting of the WASPI (Women Against State Pension Inequality) Argyll and the Isles group, Saturday November 12 in Helensburgh.

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BIG REMEMBRANCE EVENT PLANNED FOR DUNOON

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An important week-long WWI centennial commemoration event is being planned for Dunoon next year – and organisers need your stories of the war.

Dunoon will host a four-day exhibition and a two-day conference featuring international experts on various aspects of the war, and on the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders.

See full story and photo spread of this year's Remembrance events in today's paper.

FILM FESTIVAL A GREAT SUCCESS

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Last weekend’s Dunoon Film Festival was hailed a success by organisers and audience members alike.

Sean Greenhorn, who co-produced the festival along with Corinne Orton, said: “Dunoon Film Festival is as much a joy to arrange as - we hope - it is to attend, the response this year has been so positive." Full story and photo spread in today's paper.

 

 

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We will remember them...

 

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Dunoon War Memorial saw a gathering of around 15 people this morning (Friday) to remember the fallen.

 

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Community Fireworks in Dunoon

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Another fantastic Guy Fawkes night forthe community at Cowal Golf Club tonight, organised by local community Police Officer and club captain Donald MacKay. Approximately a thousand people turned up to enjoy a feast of fire, foreworks and of course fabulous burgers from John Mather.

STRUAN LODGE ‘ON HOLD’ FOR SIX MONTHS

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LOCAL health chiefs met in Lochgilphead today (Thursday) to discuss their proposed closures of Struan Lodge care home in Dunoon and Rothesay’s Thomson Court dementia day centre – and the closures have been ‘paused’ for six months to allow a ‘formal engagement and involvement process’.

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