It must have looked like a good wheeze to take the media focus off the fiddled waiting time statistics
Continue reading Posted in Business, Community News, Funding, Local Government, Marine Environment, Mull, Politics, Regeneration, Tourism, Tourism activities | Tagged 2007, a&e waiting times, Alex Neil, Argyl, decoy, denial, edinburgh royal infirmary, fainted, government, Health Secretary, heath secretary, incision, keeled over, kidney transplant, kidneys, light headed, NHS, off the menu, operation, passing out parade, public relations, spin doctors, statistics, surgeon, trolley, waiting times, white |
Screen Academy Scotland is launching some new courses, as well as rerunning some favourites .
Continue reading Posted in Arts & Culture, Business, Community News, Film & film making, Funding, Technology & Web | Tagged Argyl, award winning, courses, edinburgh napier university, employment, film, film making, first aid, funding assistance, job focused, post production, project finance management, Screen Academy Scotland, screenwriting, script development, success rate, video editing | Posted in Arts & Culture, Business, Community News, Festivals, Islay, Literature, storytelling, Tourism | Tagged 8 september 2012, Argyl, authors, Catherine Czerkawska, Chae Strathie, Geoff Dupuy Holder, islay, Islay Book Festival 2012, Joan Lennon, Justin and Linda Ruthven Tyers, Keith Brumpton, Linda Strachan, makar, Port Ellen, Sue Lawrence, Vivian French |
Campbeltown has been hearing a series of rumours about the sustainablity of Wind Towers
Continue reading Posted in Business, Community News, Kintyre | Tagged announcements, Argyl, assurance, campbeltown, denial, inquiries, kintyre, Machrihanish, plant, positive, rumours, survival, sustainability, third company, threats, Wind Towers limited, wind turbine towers fabrication |
The disastrous collapse of an unlined rock tunnel
Continue reading Posted in Business, Community News, Regeneration, Renewable Energy | Tagged 100MW, Argyl, E, Fort Augustus, Glendoe, hydro power, refill, Renewable Energy, renewables, reservoir, rockfall, shut down, SS, turbines, unlined tunnel | Three amateur photographers from across Scotland have triumphed in the 5th annual Nature Photography Competition run by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH).
SNH wanted to hold a photo contest with a difference this year, so asked entrants to explain how their photos showed the gifts of nature. Entries were then judged by the photographs and the contestants’ explanations of what their photos meant to them.