Wednesday Apr 16
Bute nursery to open its own 'Commonwealth Games'
The event will start at the nursery in Mackinlay Street at 10.30am on Tuesday, April 22, where a procession will be led off by Rothesay's army cadets, with traffic control organised by local police.
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Fri Apr 11, 2014
'Homespun' chieftain for Bute Highland Games
Rothesay resident Lyn Bulloch will be the chieftain of this year's Bute Highland Games, the event organisers have announced.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
Glasgow theatre group to perform on Bute today
St Andrew's Church in Rothesay will host a vigil mass, The Mass of Light, sung by Father Michael Hutson and the Lourdes Theatre Group, tonight .
Sat Mar 29, 2014
Theatre group set for return visit to Rothesay
St Andrew's Church in Rothesay will host a vigil mass, The Mass of Light, sung by Father Michael Hutson and the Lourdes Theatre Group, on April 5. The members of the theatre group will also give a matinee performance of show tunes at nearby St Andrew's Hall earlier in the day.
Rothesay pupils raise more than A 250 for Yorkhill
Three-year-old Hannah Erskine with her parents Gillian and William, plus Chloe Coleman from Rothesay Academy's S4 XL group which organised a Kiltwalk around the Rothesay Joint Campus grounds on March 21. With them is Argyll and Bute's exercise mascot, the crocodile Fit-Ness.
Thu Mar 27, 2014
Rothesay pupil wins Scottish photography contest
A six-year-old Rothesay Primary pupil has scooped one of the top prizes in an annual photography competition run by the Scottish Civic Trust.
Wed Mar 26, 2014
Rothesay Boys' Brigade compete in Greenock challenge
Three boys from the Junior Section of the 1st Rothesay Boys' Brigade Company took part in the Battalion Junior Bible Challenge which was held in Greenock recently.
Tue Mar 25, 2014
Threat to close historic hotel in revamp row
THE future of an island hotel is under threat after the owner was served with a court order forcing him to stop replacing the building's old wooden windows with new double-glazed alternatives.
Mon Mar 24, 2014
Rothesay Primary pupils complete 'Kiltwalk' for Hannah
Pupils at Rothesay Primary School completed a day-long 'Kiltwalk' around the school grounds on Friday to help raise money for the Royal Hospital for Sick Children at Yorkhill.
Sat Mar 22, 2014
Bute police inspector post to be scrapped
Chief Superintendent Barry McEwan, Police Scotland's divisional commander for Argyll, Bute and west Dunbartonshire, told Bute Community Council this week that the post currently occupied by Gordon Anderson would be scrapped on March 31 - exactly as The Buteman revealed last year and as proposed in a community consultation exercise which followed.