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Could support snowball for this Parkhead contender?

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THE BOOKIES were in meltdown as a potential new contender for the soon-to-be-vacant Celtic manager’s job emerged last night.

The charismatic character was first spotted amid late April snowfall shortly after four-year-old Charlie Blair was seen in the garden of a Fernoch Crescent property in Lochgilphead with his grandpa, Colin Blair. Rumours abound that the family members were also seen sledging and hurling snowballs at each other on the evening of Thursday April 28.

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Manager’s concern over plan to build huge pylons near nursery

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A NURSERY manager says she ‘totally objects’ to massive new pylons and high voltage lines being constructed close to a pre-school centre near Lochgilphead.

Read the full story in the April 29, 2016 edition of The Argyllshire Advertiser.


Candidates unanimous - Rest needs real investment

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A MEETING of political rivals produced a rare moment of consensus in Lochgilphead last week.

Read the full story in the April 29, 2016 edition of The Argyllshire Advertiser.


Masterplan for Kilmory Park

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ARGYLL and Bute Council has approved a masterplan to develop Kilmory Park for industrial, business, tourism and community use.

Read the full story in the April 29, 2016 edition of The Argyllshire Advertiser.


Candidates grilled at Lochgilphead hustings

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THERE was a mixture of fireworks and consensus at a recent hustings where people of Mid Argyll got to quiz the candidates vying for their vote at the Scottish Parliamentary election on Thursday May 5.

Read the full story in the April 29, 2016 edition of The Argyllshire Advertiser.


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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