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They want your vote - part three

ALL SIX of the candidates for the Kintyre and the Islands council ward, incorporating the Tarbert area, spoke at the Argyllshire Advertiser hustings on April 24.

They are vying for your vote at the local government elections on May 4, and in Tarbert Village Hall they opened with a two minute (maximum) speech on why voters should choose them.

We will publish video of each of the six statements – in reverse alphabetical order of surname &#8211

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They want your vote - part two

ALL SIX of the candidates for the Kintyre and the Islands council ward, incorporating the Tarbert area, spoke at the Argyllshire Advertiser hustings on April 24.

They are vying for your vote at the local government elections on May 4, and in Tarbert Village Hall they opened with a two minute (maximum) speech on why voters should choose them.

We will publish video of each of the six statements – in reverse alphabetical order of surname &#8211

read more


They want your vote - part one

ALL SIX of the candidates for the Kintyre and the Islands council ward, incorporating the Tarbert area, spoke at the Argyllshire Advertiser hustings on April 24.

They are vying for your vote at the local government elections on May 4, and in Tarbert Village Hall they opened with a two minute (maximum) speech on why voters should choose them.

We will publish video of each of the six statements – in reverse alphabetical order of surname &#8211

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Argyll town set for building boom

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MAJOR plans for 180 new houses in Inveraray, including 45 affordable homes, have been approved by Argyll and Bute Council – after eight years in the pipeline.

‘We are planning for growth,’ head of planning Angus Gilmour told the last meeting of this council’s Planning, Protective Services and Licensing Committee on Wednesday April 26: ‘We see Inveraray as a growth point, because of its central location and transport links.’

The report put before councillors stated the Local

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Traffic lights for tourist route ahead of holiday weekend

The A83 Rest and be Thankful

The A83 Rest and be Thankful

TRAFFIC lights will be in place at the Rest and be Thankful as the May bank holiday beckons.

Temporary lights have been installed on a short stretch of the A83 at the Rest to allow teams to inspect the embankment at the edge of the road in safety.

The lights, approximately 500m south of the viewpoint car park on the major Argyll tourist route, will allow specialist contractors to carry out ground investigations in the area of the westbound lane.

Eddie Ross, of trunk road management company BEAR Scotland

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Polls

Do you think Mid Argyll has reached saturation point when it comes to wind turbines in the area?

  • No (57%, 4 Votes)
  • Yes (43%, 3 Votes)

Total Voters: 7

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