Red Star legends took on Tarbert legends in a battle of the ‘oldies’at Ropework Park on Saturday 20 2103.
Find out who won and see the report on the football match in the Argyllshire Advertiser,April 26 2013 and also on line at www.argyllshireadvertiser.co.uk/digital
A couple trying to return to Southend on Kintyre after Friday’s blizzards slept in their car for two nights in a Tarbert car park while waiting for the A83 road to be cleared.
Read their story and more in the Argyllshire Advertiser,March 29 2013 or on line at www.argyllshireadvertiser.co.uk/digital
Leading the inspections last week were Trainee Detective Constable Sarah Mason and Detective Constable Chris Bain.
EVERY boat checked by police and coastguard during safety checks in Tarbert and Campbeltown were found with defects – one serious enough to be detained. Continue reading Tarbert boats fail inspection
Plans to develop a second community-owned wind farm in Mid Argyll are underway. Continue reading Mid Argyll community wind farm plans underway
DRAMA students from Tarbert Academy won the Best Stage Presentation category at the 2013 Kintyre Drama Festival as the three-day event,February 18-20 2013,drew to a close. Continue reading Tarbert takes ‘best stage’prize at Kintyre Drama Festival
Concern over visual impact
PLANS to build an 11-turbine wind farm at Freasdail,near Whitehouse have been rejected by Tarbert and Skipness Community Council. Continue reading Freasdail wind farm plans thrown out by community council
TARBERT AFC were left frustrated after Saturday’s match when a good performance only resulted in a 3-3 draw against Division 1A league leaders Dunoon. Continue reading Dookers disappointed with Dunoon draw
Small power cuts affected homes and businesses across Argyll and the Islands on Monday February 4 2013 as strong winds battered the west coast. Continue reading Mid Argyll affected by power cuts during storms
Award-winning duo Hannah Prill and Emma MacFarlane
AN AMBITIOUS young music group has set its sights on recording a debut album in 2013 after a successful year on the Gaelic and traditional Scottish music scene. Continue reading Young Tarbert folk group hopes to record CD
MILLIONS of pounds are to be invested in Tarbert in 2013 as the Loch Fyne village is to be serviced by a new ‘green’ ferry and extensive works are done to upgrade the fishing quay. Continue reading Tarbert welcomes new ‘green’ferry investment