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Argyllshire Advertiser Magazine

52 issues per year Write Review From €0.73 per issue Now available in digital format The Argyllshire Advertiser is THE local newspaper for Mid-Argyll and North Kintyre. It is essential reading for locals and visitors alike, this accessible digital platform allows readers to dip into Argyllshire life wherever they are in the world, and receive the same comprehensive coverage they would expect from the printed paper.

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Argyllshire Advertiser  |  10th June 2016  


Local news, sport and leisure
Now available in digital format The Argyllshire Advertiser is THE local newspaper for Mid-Argyll and North Kintyre. It is essential reading for locals and visitors alike, this accessible digital platform allows readers to dip into Argyllshire life wherever they are in the world, and receive the same comprehensive coverage they would expect from the printed paper.

Also know as "The Squeak" the Argyllshire Advertiser's pages are filled to burst with news, views, reports, results, features, photos and sport!

With coverage from Clachan and Whitehouse, through to Tarbert to Ardishaig and Lochgilphead; from Knapdale to Craignish and south Loch Awe, up Lochfyneside to Inveraray and Cairndow, as well as all the local Argyll-wide and national news that impacts on Mid Argyll communities.
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Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in Argyllshire Advertiser 10th June 2016.

Rising stars at Oban Mòd MID ARGYLL was well represented at Oban Provincial Mod, with children bringing home plenty of silverware. A delighted Feorlin with her Argyll and Bute Council trophy.Photograph by Kevin McGlynn. Feor...
Defibrillator used after worker falls ill A WORKER at an Argyll fish plant was airlifted to hospital last week after receiving first aid from a quick-thinking colleague. Though unwilling to reveal details, the Scottish Salmon Company confirm...
Screaming bikes ‘put off tourists’ near Loch Fyne editor@argyllshireadvertiser.co.uk NOISY motorbikes are giving Argyll folk and tourists a headache. Cairndow resident and director at the Here We Are heritage centre, Christina Noble, has written to ...
NHS staff make the grade on course STAFF at Mid Argyll Hospital have completed an Institute of Health Records and Information Management course in record keeping, funded by the Scottish Government. Siobhan Dewar and Kirsteen Weir, alo...
Theft of generator Police files BETWEEN 6pm on Sunday May 29 and 7.30am on Monday May 30, a generator was stolen from the rear garden at Stag Park, Lochgilphead. Police are appealing for witnesses or anyone with any in...
Drunk driver ABOUT 10.50pm on Monday May 30 in Manse Brae, Lochgilphead, a car collided with parked vehicles. The 30-year-old woman who was driving was arrested for allegedly driving while under the influence of ...

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