Thursday Apr 10
Plans for A 1m road to link "divided" Scots island
THE 33 residents of a tiny Scottish island, which measures only six miles in length, are currently split into two divided communities with no road linking them.
Riding Scotland's Whiskey Train
It's immediately apparent to passengers meeting the Royal Scotsman at Edinburgh 's Waverly Station that this will be no ordinary train ride.
Writer Neil Gunn's voyage of discovery revived
THE three-month sailing trip around the west of Scotland that led to Neil Gunn's classic book Off in a Boat is the inspiration behind an ambitious new arts project.
Glasgow to Oban train trip one of Scotland's finest
THE first time I visited Oban was as a teenager almost 50 years ago. It was an overnight journey in a British Railways' excursion train and I can well remember my first impressions of the route.
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Faith and Business
The church has a knack for depreciating the vocations of the laity. Well, perhaps not all vocations of the laity.
Corachie Farm House, Taynuilt
Ideal family home and business opportunity. Annexe currently let as holiday accommodation.
Illegal razor clams found on ferry in Oban
Shellfish farmed in unclassified areas are deemed to be legally unfit for human consumption and cannot enter the food chain.
Illegally farmed razor clams seized
A consignment of razor clams that was illegally harvested in waters around Barra has been destroyed after being intercepted en-route to Hong Kong.