THE mid-19th century Dunoon Castle Gardens Lodge house has been put up for sale – or has it?
British Foreign Secretary Sir Edward Grey, on the eve of Britain's entry into the first ever global conflict in August 1914 is thought to have said: “The lamps are going out all over Europe, we shall not see them lit again in our life-time.”
A member of the Cowal Europe team died yesterday (Tuesday) after a tragic incident at the European Peoples’ Festival (EPF) in Bad Segeberg, Germany.
An English athlete bound for the Glasgow Commonwealth Games fought off fierce competition to win the World Caber Championship at Inveraray on a hot Argyll afternoon.
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.
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