TAYNUILT Shinty Club are hosting a benefit shinty match this Sunday to raise money to for former player Billy Irving.
In order to cover Billy’s legal fees, and help bring him home, his former teammates at Taynuilt are hosting a charity match at 2.30pm, at Taynuilt’s sports field.
The game will be played between a Taynuilt and Kilmory select side and an All Star team including Ronald Ross of Kingussie, Victor Smith and Willie MacDonald of Fort William, John MacDonald of Ballachulish, Mark Bain
ARGYLL and Bute MP Brendan O’Hara will be joining hundreds of women from across the country on Wednesday June 29 at Westminster.
The women all have one thing in common: they were all born on or after April 6 1951 and, under the 1995 and 2011 Pension Acts, will not be able to draw their state pension until they are 66 years of age, a full six years later than they had planned for.
Known as the WASPI women – Women Against State Pension Inequality – they are lobbying the UK parliament