Livestream interview with Wee Ginger Dug’s Paul Kavanagh and iScot’s Ken McDonald
MICHAEL RUSSELL MSP CALLS ON LOCAL AUTHORITIES TO BID FOR £11M ENERGY EFFICIENCY FUNDING
SNP MSP Michael Russell has encouraged Argyll and Bute Council to apply for a share of the Scottish Government’s £11m fund to deliver energy efficiency improvements to homes, businesses, public buildings and community projects.
VisitArran is delighted to announce that as a result of income generated from partners, the organisation has been able to lever some additional funding from Argyll & The Isles LEADER and NAC to support the development of the ‘ArranCard’ – a destination card that will be used in a variety of businesses island-wide. The purpose is to improve the visitor experience although residents may also like to consider this as a gift option for friends, from Easter 2017.
And the WINNER in second place is...
Well it’s over now. 2016 has been the year that sucked more than a Dyson on steroids, was more mince than the meat counter at Morrisons, and made less sense than Wullie Rennie’s claim at the Scottish Lib Dem conference in November that it was his party which had actually won the year’s Holyrood elections even though his party ended up with fewer seats than there are in yer maw’s front room. There’s only a couple of weeks to go now before we get to 2017 so at least we’ve survived the year. Whether we survive 2017 with the Donald as prez is a moot point.
How disasters look good on paper
EU’se it or lose it
by David McVey
I’m not a betting man, but I keep backing losers.
I voted Labour throughout the Thatcher/Major nightmare. I watch Scotland play at Hampden.
I voted ‘Yes’ in 2014. I voted ‘Remain’ in 2016.
Long before the EU Referendum, we’d booked a rail-based tour of European capitals. It started just a fortnight after Calamity Cameron’s vanity project had blown up in his face. What a time to visit our European neighbours, just after the UK electorate had handed them the mitten.
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