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Dunoon is now halfway through its Open Churches time for Christmas 2017 so there’s still plenty of
A 21-year-old driver was clocked travelling at 101mph on the notorious Rest and be Thankful road
Dunoon man Martin Campbell Richardson appeared at the High Court In Glasgow on Thursday (December 7) pleading guilty to assault
Work to improve the A83 at Strone Point, which was hit by three accidents in consecuive weekends earlier
The first of Cowal's remembrance services tok place this morning (Saturday) at the Commando Memorial on Ardentinny beach.
One of Dunoon's Argyll Street surgeries has been celebrating today as GP Dr Glen Hall took the Doctor's
The new Kirn Primary School, which was expected to open on
Local businesses met again at the Burgh Hall this week to discuss the BID renewal.
IN a blow for local tourism, VisitScotland announced this afternoon (Thursday) that the Dunoon tourist office
Tackling lonelinesss and isolation amongst Cowal’s elderly population is what Cowal Elderley Befrienders has
ARGYLL AND Bute Council referred to in the chamber by deputy leader Gary
There were remarkable scenes in Inveraray this evening
Rebecca Paterson of Strachur was one of the first local winners at this year's Cowal Highland
PEOPLE hoping to come to Cowal Games tomorrow on board the paddle steamer Waverley will be
THERE was disappointment – from audience members, organisers and performers – in Dunoon last night after
WORLD pipe band champions Inveraray and District have been banned from holding a victory parade in
Despite the heavy rain just before Thursday night's 5K run, starting form the West Bay, there was a
Detectives are appealing for information after a property in Dunoon was set on fire twice.
First woman home in a fantastic time of 1 hour 18 minutes and 19 seconds was Katie White
Dunoon’s music lovers were shocked this morning (Friday) to learn that
Two Dunoon residents, along with Argyll and Bute MP Brendan O’Hara, attended a parliamentary lobby
AN investigation is under way after the death of an eight-year-old Argyll girl in a forest
A 37-year-old man appeared at Greenock Sheriff Court today (Monday July 24) following a police appeal
DETAILS about the future of the Dunoon-Gourock town centre ferry service will not -as previously hoped
News from the Dunoon Observer.