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Hundreds of health workers have potentially experienced inappropriate behaviour from management and senior management at NHS
The Dunoon Observer can exclusively reveal this afternoon (Friday) that 2019 spring and summer sailings for the world-famous Waverley
SCHOOL lollipop patrollers in Argyll and Bute have been spared the axe – but other services
Loch Lomond paddle steamer Maid of the Loch is once again berthed at Balloch Pier after an attempt to move her up
For many, there is no happier time than Christmas. For others, there is no harder time. When it
It’s always lovely to feel and see things changing as Christmas gets closer – even if some might say the whole
Have you ever wished that you could have been present at the first Christmas night?
Imagine hearing the angels
‘May I begin by wishing each of you a very happy Christmas and a peaceful New Year.
I think it
This morning (Thursday) saw Cowal residents turn their eyes skywards as one to marvel at the early morning light.
While it undoubtedly the same sky
The talented ladies of Dunoon’s High Kirk have done it again filled the church with a fine floral display
A £1.6m project to improve road safety on the A83 at Strone
Work is due to begin on more than £8million worth of roads improvements across Argyll and Bute in the coming weeks.
Sandbank and Ardentinny could still have their own community council, despite failing to get the numbers in this
THE tragic January 18 sinking of Tarbert fishing vessel the Nancy Glen has taken an unexpected
Canadian company Brookfield Renewable, which has been working on the development of a wind farm above Dunoon’s West bay, has
THE UNDER fire IJB has had a change of personnel at today’s full Council meeting in Kilmory.
Dunoon councillor Jim Anderson had
Police Scotland is appealing for information following a fatal road crash on the A83 near to
AFTER three months of
SPEAKING ahead of Wednesday’s crunch meeting to consider savage cuts to health provision in Argyll and
Police Scotland officers are appealing for information after a road crash involving two vehicles on
A TRADE UNION has claimed that massive health cuts to be discussed next week could lead
HOSPICE patients in Dunoon have been moved in with general admission patients because the hospital does
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