Comment posted £6million for next generation community buy outs – ‘Britain’s new radicals’ by newsroom.
Thank you for the correction. Was there a filling station that had been part of the businsss that was bought by the community?
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- It is still in progress.
- Thanks, Scott, That rings a bell.
- Talk to Tayvallich quickly – and contact Community Land Scotland at once.
Depending on when the auction is, you may be able to register an interest in time to halt that process.
- Thanks for the Dick Gaughan link – new to me but an intriguingly different version from the Billy Bragg one which is the first and only version I’d previously heard.
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- Grangemouth admission of intention to import shale gas confirms For Argyll situation analysis
You are mistaken.
Petrochemical feedstock form tne Orth Sea is fie – the problem is that, like the other UK refineries, Grangenouoth is not geared up to handle the cheaper heavy crudes which are the future of the refining industry and of North Sea production.
This is a serious limitation on their lifespan.
Our eight-part series is a seriously researched exercise.
You would have found this information in its pieces on refining and on Grangemouth.
- A816 now open
We’re very sorry to hear this – and you will have everyone’s sympathy.
- Mandela an exemplar for redemptive spiritual largeness
Nelson Mandela was 72 years old when he came out of prison in 1990 – carrying a range of health problems resulting from his incarceration and from events during it.
He became President of South Africa in 1994 and served for five years until he stood down in 1999.
In these circumstances it is ridiculous to accuse him of ‘not fixing Africa’.
By NOT doing what he might have done and choosing rather to heal and to be an agent of healing, he deflected south Africa from the fully expected descent into a bloodbath.
He did this with grace and largeness of spirit that touched everyone. Who else would or could have done any of this – and at such an age, from such a starting point?
‘Fixing Africa’ is up to those to whom Mandela’s achievement was giving them the time to do so.
- Helensburgh group calls for Argyll and Bute Council to take action against defiant developers
Point of information: Andrew Nisbet has not been a councillor at Argyll and Bute since the local authority elections in May 2012. He had become a councillor at a by-election; but the Liberal Democrat vote was quite thinly spread in the May 2012 election and Mr Nisbet was not reelected.
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Our experience is that the BBC service is the more reliable and the more frequently updated.
It also covers all roads where, generally, Traffic Scotland deals only with roads and bridges that are within Transport Scotland’s responsibility.
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