Whisky challenge for Willy’s wander
News
Whisky challenge for Willy’s wander

The trek is about 25 miles and in a bid to up the fundraising goal to £2,000 people are being invited to guess just how long it will take Willy Munro to complete.

ACHA appoints new chairperson
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ACHA appoints new chairperson

New chairperson Councillor Roddy McCuish says ‘Good quality housing is a basic human right. ACHA will continue to provide this though continued investment right throughout Argyll and Bute.’

Mull biscuits get star status
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Mull biscuits get star status

Great Taste award judges chose The Island Bakery’s apple crumble biscuits out of 12,777 products sent in from 106 different countries

Planting seeds of knowledge at Skye Zine
Lochaber
Planting seeds of knowledge at Skye Zine

Activities to coincide with the launch of ATLAS Arts’ new programme will include exploring the sharing of stories, publications and knowledge of seed sovereignty and environmental justice on Skye.

Something for the Weekend 28th  August 2020
Podcasts
Something for the Weekend 28th August 2020

Ellis, Kathie and Steevie are back with some more weekend banter Kathie is getting all her supplies in for winter including candles and firewood, Steevie is busy gathering in all the good TV he can find and Ellis is having retro fun with his new 19” TV and DVD player…

Artists mark 90th anniversary of St Kilda evacuation
Leisure
Artists mark 90th anniversary of St Kilda evacuation

A group of artists are taking the events of August 29 1930 as inspiration for a series of new artworks and creative writing exploring the echoes of the St. Kildan evacuation and how it still resonates nine decades on.

Something for the Weekend 28th  August 2020
Podcasts
Something for the Weekend 28th August 2020

Ellis, Steevie and Fiona are have a not to serious chat about ideas of things to do – Its “Something For the Weekend”  from The Oban Times with the usual banter 28th August 2020

The Croftless Crofter: Nic Goddard
Opinion
The Croftless Crofter: Nic Goddard

There is a mindfulness and meditative quality to collecting seeds, to drying them out, to storing them, carefully labelled and putting them away for a winter hibernation ready to bring out next spring and start the process all over again.

Cry for the Wild: Holly Gillibrand
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Cry for the Wild: Holly Gillibrand

People say Extinction Rebellion are the extremists, the alarmists, the disruptors. If you think a road block is more extreme than what is happening around the world right now due to climate and ecological collapse, then you need to get your head out of the sand.

Atlantic Views: Joanne Matheson
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Atlantic Views: Joanne Matheson

At a meeting taking place today, (September 10) councillors are being asked to approve this altered formula. If approved this will be yet another example of Inverness applying one rule for them, and another for the rest of us, and will be contrary to what Scottish Government intended, for ‘100 percent of revenues’ to go to local communities.