Argyll and Bute Council has defended its policy of offering sports pitches to some clubs for £1 a year while charging others up to £80 an hour.
Read all about it in the Argyllshire Advertiser,April 12 2013 and on line at www.argyllshireadvertiser.co.uk/digital
A REQUEST for the Scottish Government to pursue two options as long-term solutions to landslides on the Rest and Be Thankful is set to be refused. Continue reading Long-term A83 Rest and Be Thankful solution unlikely
Crossing needed in Ardrishaig
PLANS to create a pedestrian crossing next to the Co-op in Ardrishaig have taken a major step forward as they receive the full backing of Argyll and Bute Council. Continue reading Ardrishaig pedestrian crossing takes a step forward
STRUAN Lodge care home in Dunoon will be closed following a vote at Argyll and Bute Council’s budget meeting today,Thursday February 14.
Continue reading Struan Lodge to close
Competitors at the 2012 Mid Argyll Show
THE FUTURE of the Mid Argyll Show looks to be safe as Argyll and Bute Council have been forced to bow to public pressure over the future use of the land at Kilmory Show Field. Continue reading Future of Mid Argyll show field secured
A CONTROVERSIAL planning application to build a large wind turbine on the Skipness road has been thrown out by Argyll and Bute councillors after it was described as wholly unsuitable. Continue reading Skipness wind farm rejected by councillors
SOME 400 council employees could be facing redundancy as Argyll and Bute Council discusses plans to shave £6million from its annual budget. Continue reading Four hundred council workers may face redundancies
THE CARE of vulnerable adults living at home and in care homes and could be outsourced to private companies as Argyll and Bute Council seeks to save £42 million over the next seven years. Continue reading Council may look to private firms for care of elderly
PLANS to sell bus tickets at Argyll and Bute Council offices in Lochgilphead have been put on hold. Continue reading Bus tickets plan for Lochgilphead ‘on hold’
RESIDENTS in West Loch Fyne have been left without a community council after a number of councillors resigned and no one came forward for election earlier this month. Continue reading West Loch Fyne left with no community council