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Comment posted With Heb Isles in for repairs, CalMac charters replacement vessel to reduce underprovision for Islay by Jade.

And now the Isle of Mull has a technical issue – again!

Recent comments by Jade

  • Here’s how the ‘BT Broadband Security’ scam works – a victim’s narrative
    I think it’s very courageous of you, Lynda, to give us all these details. And I hope everyone takes note.

    Having been engaged in a three year battle with BT, I’ve had a load of email scams (and yes, the shown email address is name@bt.com) – these I forward every time to BT as they’re fraudulent but only had one around the time Tobermory was due to get “fibre” broadband. I expected a call from BT because I’d been complaining long and loud about our Internet connection and could back it up with over a year’s worth of daily speed tests and emails from BT, but they rang at the wrong time. I phoned BT later that day and, sure enough, we could get connected. If I’d waited till whoever caller was came back, I could well have been taken in, though, thankfully, I refuse to use Internet banking.

    Aside from the police, your bank, etc., have you thought about alerting, or ensuring that the police alert, neighbourhood watch groups? Now Police Scotland has established Rural Neighbourhood Watch schemes, it might be well asking.

  • Luss Estates opens unmanned 24 hour filling station in Luss car park – and Arrochar Mountain Rescue was first user
    Edit to post above, it’s Tyndrum not Crianlarich; Crianlarich has EV chargers! Tyndrum is 24 hours, if I recall correctly – I filled up there after midnight on one horrendous winter trip.

    I take your point about people getting diverted, Lundavra. It’s one of the reasons I and others on the camping forum we belong to always stress the need to have plenty of fuel in the tank. Many visitors venturing into the Highlands and Argyll do not realise that filling stations can be few and far between and that alternative routes can be very long indeed!

  • Luss Estates opens unmanned 24 hour filling station in Luss car park – and Arrochar Mountain Rescue was first user
    If you are heading north on A82 from Luss, the next filling station is at Crianlarich, then there’s one at Glen Coe and another at Onich. I always fill up heading home at Dumbarton.

    Not decrying the initiative though and it would be very good if more places could have such a facility.

  • Supreme Court finds for appellants on Named Persons
    I do wonder if A Salmon and his friends ever realise that they are seriously alienating people who have previously supported the SNP by their often inane drivel?
  • Tobermory Harbour Association plans to buy land, pier and buildings at Aros Pier
    The THA’s plan includes far more than the restoration of the old pier and buildings, a water-taxi between the pontoons and restoration of the watermill, with which I totally agree. They are also looking at orienteering and cycling routes, Go-Ape type facility and a number of other things that’ll be franchised out. I’m sure it’ll be great for tourism, but,just as I remember what happened in the Cairngorms, for those who enjoy a quiet wander and peace and quiet, it’ll become a no go area if the bulk of their plans go ahead. Not worth raising concerns; they’ll be ridden roughshod over!

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