Thought for the week 13.06.19

It is inspiring to read about the workings of the Holy Spirit in ancient times but surely it is of more immediate concern to us to be aware of what the Holy Spirit is doing in our own neighbourhood this week.

Appreciate us or lose us

That’s the message from NFUS vice-president Martin Kennedy as he uses his blog to highlight the uphill battle Scotland’s farmers and crofters are facing.

Free Tenant Amnesty Workshop in Inveraray

Many landlords and tenants have not taken advantage of the amnesty, so several Waygo initiatives have been organised to offer practical examples, give step by step guidance and offer one-to-one sessions.

Board promotes Scots cheese overseas

The past few years have seen a difficult time for many in the dairy industry but, as Roddy Wilde from the Scottish Dairy Growth Board explains, it has also meant an opportunity for the production and export of Scottish cheese.

Allan’s Mod

Ailean Caimbeul from this year’s Royal National Mod in Dunoon.

A birdseye view of Oban Bay

Readers can enjoy this view of Oban thanks to Neil Owen of ArgyllUAVs Ltd who was commissioned by The Oban Times to take some video footage of Oban Bay using one of his drones, fitted with a gimbal-stabilised wide angle camera.