The sculptures, based around the real life stories of character’s from Lismore’s past, highlight the problem of lack of affordable and accessible housing – both now and back in history.
Mull community council heard there was potential for a house, that went with Fionnphort ferry slip, to be disposed off by Argyll and Bute Council. The preference would be to make it available to the local market rather than it become a holiday house or second home.
Urgent pleas have been made for Argyll and Bute’s council leader to find a way of bringing a halt to current plans for education reform at today’s (April 28) full council meeting – the last session before next month’s elections.
Mull and Iona’s ferry committee should stick to their own vessels, not Islay’s, in its war of words with the national owner of CalMac’s fleet, Islay Community Council hears
Islanders are investigating why ferries are ‘much better’ in Norway than in Scotland – and cost half as much