Mull community council round-up
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Mull community council round-up

Wording ‘sticking plaster’ about repairs had been used more than once in discussions about the state of Tobermory High School, Mull Community Council was told when the topic came up at its May meeting.

Have you heard the crex, crex?
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Have you heard the crex, crex?

The Inner Hebrides are a stronghold for corncrake but numbers of birds have decreased in the last decade and the fortune of this noisy bird remains precarious.

Keep Ganavan Green
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Keep Ganavan Green

Planners have now asked for feedback from the community as to what Ganavan’s green space COULD be used for in terms of tourism, recreation and community use.

A Something For the Weekend Podcast 14th May 2021
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A Something For the Weekend Podcast 14th May 2021

It’s a jam-packed edition of Something For The Weekend this Friday as Kathie returns full of hugs and holiday cheer. She brings us an interview with Laura Mandleberg who tells of Mull’s first ever fiddle week due in August. Continuing the music theme Fiona has music from Glaswegian Indie-roots artist Hector Shaw and engineered by a whole host of local musicians. Meanwhile Ellis needs a sit down after speaking to Oban’s James Armour who is planning to swim, run and cycle and the Outer Hebrides to raise £10,000 for a charity

Safety first as shops reopen
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Robson Green in Oban
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Robson Green in Oban

Actor and presenter meets Lindsay MacMillan of Markie Dans and local fishermen as part of new series.

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Argyll and Bute tipped to bounce back

New research has ranked Highland second behind Edinburgh in Scotland, with neighbours Argyll and Bute at seventh in Scotland’s league table in the race for recovery.

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Hairdressers to hotels, cafes to cinemas, pub chains to independent shops … high streets across the country are opening up again. But it is important it happens safely!

Safety first as shops reopen
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Hairdressers to hotels, cafes to cinemas, pub chains to independent shops … high streets across the country are opening up again. But it is important it happens safely!

Safety first as shops reopen
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Hairdressers to hotels, cafes to cinemas, pub chains to independent shops … high streets across the country are opening up again. But it is important it happens safely!

Farming
Farming support delivered ahead of target

News that vital Scottish Government funding for farmers and crofters to keep Scotland’s food production moving during the pandemic has been delivered ahead of schedule has been welcomed by Argyll and Bute’s MSP Michael Russell.

Farming

Latest prices from Oban and Tiree markets

Safety first as shops reopen
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Hairdressers to hotels, cafes to cinemas, pub chains to independent shops … high streets across the country are opening up again. But it is important it happens safely!

Have you heard the crex, crex?
Outdoors
Have you heard the crex, crex?

The Inner Hebrides are a stronghold for corncrake but numbers of birds have decreased in the last decade and the fortune of this noisy bird remains precarious.

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Safety first as shops reopen

Hairdressers to hotels, cafes to cinemas, pub chains to independent shops … high streets across the country are opening up again. But it is important it happens safely!

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Fort college shortlisted for award

The Lochaber institution joins North Highland College UHI and Inverness College UHI as candidates for ‘Virtual School, Virtually Anywhere’ in the category – Outstanding use of technology in delivering remote teaching and learning award.

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Skye visitor toilets good to go

A handover date of May 19 has been arranged for the new Storr toilet facility and Highland Council is on course to achieve that.

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Argyll and Bute tipped to bounce back

New research has ranked Highland second behind Edinburgh in Scotland, with neighbours Argyll and Bute at seventh in Scotland’s league table in the race for recovery.

A Something For the Weekend Podcast 14th May 2021
Podcasts
A Something For the Weekend Podcast 14th May 2021

It’s a jam-packed edition of Something For The Weekend this Friday as Kathie returns full of hugs and holiday cheer. She brings us an interview with Laura Mandleberg who tells of Mull’s first ever fiddle week due in August. Continuing the music theme Fiona has music from Glaswegian Indie-roots artist Hector Shaw and engineered by a whole host of local musicians. Meanwhile Ellis needs a sit down after speaking to Oban’s James Armour who is planning to swim, run and cycle and the Outer Hebrides to raise £10,000 for a charity

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Safety first as shops reopen

Hairdressers to hotels, cafes to cinemas, pub chains to independent shops … high streets across the country are opening up again. But it is important it happens safely!

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A Something For the Weekend Podcast 16th April 2021

Kathie goes for a walk in the magical Ballachuan Woods on Seil with the nature reserve’s new voluntary warden Ann McKillop and we also have music from the amazing Gunna Sound who hit the headlines last week after Bob MacIntyre chose their signature tune to play as he made his grand entrance at the National Course in Augusta

Safety first as shops reopen
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Hairdressers to hotels, cafes to cinemas, pub chains to independent shops … high streets across the country are opening up again. But it is important it happens safely!