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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
DUNOON CYCLISTS have rallied around after Dunoon Presents and No Fuss Events made the decision to cancel some Sportive
Happy, smiling faces of the team of swimmers setting off this morning for the sixth annual Clyde Charity Swim.
There was fighting on the beaches at Inveraray this afternoon as a Viking horde descended on the Royal burgh.
And the crowds turned
Argyll has a long Viking history, which will be celebrated in five Loch Fyne villages during the Loch Fyne
BRENDAN O’Hara has retained the Argyll and Bute seat for the SNP, with Conservative
A 29-year-old man died last night after being struck by a van at the head
Police Scotland is appealing for information following a serious road crash in Alexandria on Wednesday (May 24).
Around 6.10pm a Land
OUT of respect for the young victims of yesterday’s atrocity in Manchester and their families, General Election campaigning has been suspended for today.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a young woman tragically lost her life on a Cowal
They swam, they cycled, they ran and not even a drop of rain could dampen their spirits.
Who? The 80
A 26-year-old taking part in his first triathlon was taken to hosputal earlier today after an accident at the roundabout near to
CELEBRATING 70 YEARS SINCE WAVERLEY’S LAUNCH
2017 marks the 70th year
New Cowal ward councillor Yvonne McNeilly is to be policy lead for education, as
Day one of the newly elected Argyll and Bute Council saw decisions being
Argyll and Bute Council announced this morning that Councillor Aileen Morton will be Council Leader, supported by Deputy Leader Gary Mulvaney. Provost is Councillor Len
The results of the elections for Argyll and Bute Council are in – and the story
Candidates for the local authority elections have been busy across Cowal and Bute this week, as
Detectives are appealing for
News from the Dunoon Observer.