Farmers and crofters call on dog owners to take walkies without worries
In a paper entitled Rally for Growth – a business-led action plan issued ahead of the Scottish parliament elections next month – the chamber details why Scottish Parliamentarians need to understand and support the value and importance of business in their policy programmes.
Holiday letting company, holidaycottages.co.uk, analysed beer gardens up and down the country to reveal once and for all where the very best are.
BEAR Scotland says this surfacing project west of Glenfinnan will greatly improve the quality and safety of the carriageway for road users on this section of the A830.
The stand alone charity-run care home has been converting its assisted living flats into eight much needed, ensuite rooms.
The Good Eggs project saw Hope to Oban (H2O) lead a range of primary pupils through the creation of 3D eggs made of card.
The local Co-op store has also donated an Easter egg for every youngster as well.
The programme also has contributions in Irish Gaelic and English. There’s music, readings, contributions, song and folklore.
The Ballachulish Well Being Shed is the result of a brain-storming session nearly a year ago when local volunteers put their heads together to discuss community wellbeing in the face of the ongoing Covid pandemic.
The existing bridge, built in 1948, is in poor condition and needs to be replaced for the safety of road users.
Latest prices from Oban and Tiree markets
Over 50 teams from 11 clubs spread between Fort William and Campbeltown took part in the fourth annual festival at the North Connel venue
The FSB study found that almost nine in ten small business owners said that their health and wellbeing are top priorities for them and fewer than one in ten believe that they have the same rights and benefits as employees when it comes to things like sick pay.
Dawn MacPhie has raised over £2,000 for good causes in the last 12 months through hosting virtual speed quizzes.
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
A wee blether with volunteer Oban lifeboat member Leonie Mead as the crew gets all ship-shape ready for a surge of visitors heading to our coast as lockdown restrictions ease. Inveraray and District Pipe Band Pipe Major Stuart Liddell gets us in the mood for a very special event
Steevie takes the lead for this week’s edition in which we have Kathie and her interview with Sally Weir from Mull Safe and Sound about why it is so good to talk and Fiona has some music from Manran
We have giddy gastronomical talk about Easter eggs, without too much name-dropping, Also we have a simply joyful tune from Gaelic Gospel Choir Soisgeul as an uplifting treat to start off your Friday
Despite some off air technical issues Fiona, Kathie, Ellis and Steevie celebrate the latest Covid restriction news in this week’s Something for the Weekend broadcast.
Relive the celebrations after last night’s win over Nairn.
Some of Lochaber’s best known landmarks were lit up blue.
They arrived at the nest together shortly after 7pm on Thursday night.
Ian MacPhee spoke to the Lochaber Times about his new book celebrating the history of Ballachulish Camanachd Club.
Jon Cox, better known as “Loki Doki”, started fundraising for the club with his online fans.
More than 100 people stopped to lend a hand with the clean-up throughout the day on Saturday.
Anna Wells’ short film has been entered into the British Mountaineering Council’s “Women in Adventure” competition.