The glens of upper Cowal echoed to the sound of the pipes as the annual piping and drumming school was held in the village of Strachur.
PEOPLE are being advised not to swim and to keep pets away from the waters of Cowal’s Loch Eck after a green bloom was reported in the water this week.
There can be no better place to sail on a beautiful summer's day that the lovely Firth of Clyde.
INVERARAY and District Pipe Band took first place of the European Championships in Forres at the weekend – the band’s first Grade 1 win at a major tournament.
POLICE officers searching for the remains of murdered Edinburgh woman Suzanne Pilley (above) have identified a new search area in Argyll after a response to an appeal on BBC TV's Crimewatch.
Reports are coming in that Norse invaders are about to strike the peaceful Cowal shoreline.
A Viking longship has been spotted preparing to cross Loch Fyne from Tarbert - and is expected to land at beautiful Portavadie around 2pm on Sunday June 29.
AJG Parcels Celtic Cup Final
Inveraray 2 - Kyles Athletic 6
Kyles Athletic captain Thomas Whyte was a hat-trick hero as Kyles Athletic twice came from behind to defeat Argyll rivals Inveraray in the 110th Glasgow Celtic Society Cup Final, sponsored by AJG Parcels and held at Old Anniesland in Glasgow.
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