The introduction of a new ticketing system by CalMac has been delayed again with the company blaming the pandemic.
The licence plan will now go out to a second public consultation.
Despite the defeat, there were plenty of good omens on show from the hard-working new-look Claggan Park side.
While the boys still have a lot of work to do, they’re definitely going in the right direction.
The £220,000 project will see work undertaken on the Fort Augustus and Laggan Swing Bridges on the A82, involving the replacement of the hydraulically operated nose wedges that support the ends of each bridge.
The Scottish Government scheme, which is administered by Advice Direct Scotland, is designed to prevent households falling into fuel poverty and help those ‘rationing’ their energy use.
Wester Ross, Strathpeffer and Lochalsh ward will receive £80,906 in the first round of funding.