Friday Mar 7
Fewer passengers carried on Rothesay ferry service
Caledonian MacBrayne has announced that 13,000 fewer passengers were carried on its Rothesay-Wemyss Bay route during 2013, despite good weather which saw a surge in traffic on the Clyde in particular during the summer.
Rothesay pupils' artwork set for Games athletes' village
Ten lucky children from Rothesay Primary will have their artwork put on display in bedrooms at the athletes' village at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
The Daily Record
Bill Heaney: History of Dumbarton Castle
Dark, menacing clouds are forming into a massive black canopy of sky threatening rain over Ben Lomond in this wettest winter for many years a But no matter what the elements throw at us, here in the ancient earldom of Lennox we continue to live in one of the most beautiful - and most interesting - parts of the world.
Mount Stuart Trust unveils major Bute investment programme
The Bute Estate is to spend more than 8 million transforming historic and unused buildings around the island to offer more homes and holiday accommodation in one of the most extensive developments undertaken on the island in recent years.
Baird of Bute Society appoints three new trustees
Dugald Cameron has been named as one of three new trustees of the Baird of Bute Society.