Support your local newspaper, urges MSP

Highlands and Islands Conservative MSP Donald Cameron, pictured, who has been 'unfailingly supportive of Gaelic for years,' according to local SNP MSP Kate Forbes. NO-F05-Donald-Cameron.jpg
Highlands and Islands MSP Donald Cameron.

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Highlands and Islands MSP Donald Cameron is urging residents to support their local newspapers.

‘Our local media is indispensable, particularly during an emergency like the one we are experiencing when up-to-date and reliable local news is at a premium and many people are self-isolating at home,’ said the Conservative MSP, referring to the Coronavirus pandemic.

‘Our local newspapers provide a vital public service not just by reporting local news but also by promoting social cohesion amongst communities.

‘We owe a debt of thanks to the editors, journalists and their support staff who have continued to produce topical and relevant information for our communities. We have never needed local papers more than we do now.’