For every reason, this is a date for the diary. Leading Scottish artist, John Lowrie Morrison – JoLoMo – is being honoured Continue reading
The title of this book intrigues and is typical Judy Steel.
Judy Steel is many things, political activist, campaigner on social issues, lifelong supporter for a Scottish Parliament, playwright, poet, writer, restorer of a Border peel tower and much more besides.
Above all she is storyteller. These real life memories are skilfully interwoven to keep the reader interested as asides and interjections move the pace of the tales in a consummate and continuously intriguing construction. Continue reading
In the midst of the debris of the ill-fated first SNP led administration at Argyll and Bute Council, Continue reading
[Update below] There was a full house of 200 last night, 13th May, for a public meeting in Campbeltown, organised Continue reading
[13th May - updated below on HMS Vandal] Inveraray and Dunoon both host today, 12th May, events with a connection to the British armed forces. Continue reading
We are being told by an angry resident of Campbeltown that SSE are repeatedly giving inaccurate information to the media Continue reading
[Updated below, 26th March] There are so many helicopters in the air over Argyll’s Kintyre peninsula and the Isle of Arran these days, Continue reading
Author Hilary Mantel, the current icon of the middle class literati, Continue reading
As The Islay Fair Ferry Forum group drops a bombshell on opponents to a more equable share Continue reading