Getting back to work with financial support package

Thousands of companies have been taking advantage of an unprecedented package of UK Government support to protect jobs and support firms as they attempt to get back to business during the coronavirus outbreak.
As more and more companies continue to get back to work, we look at how the financial
support is helping firms across the nation to adapt, innovate and protect jobs.

Taynuilt residents’ anger at campers behaving badly

Stomach churning rubbish left by anti-social campers at Taynuilt piers included human waste, used toilet tissue, baby wipes, empty cans, broken glass, plastic straws and discarded fishing gut that could entangle and kill wildlife.

Cautious islands prepare for tourists’ return

Day trippers to Luing are being told they are still welcome but to think carefully and sensibly first – because there are no public toilets, no where to wash hands and no where to leave litter.

Online council meetings set to continue

At a full council meeting held via Skype members agreed to continue the activities of the Business Continuity Committee (BCC) until a further review on Thursday, September 24.

Petition urges CalMac to save space for islanders

The petition is being swamped by supporters wanting the ferry operator to reserve just a few spaces each day on its vessels for islanders finding themselves in need of an unexpected vital trip.