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Harbour Board approves Moorings Policy

Argyll and Bute Council’s Harbour Board has approved its Moorings Policy that is included within its Marine Safety Management System (MSMS).

2 April 2024
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easter egg

Buy local this Easter

From Oban to Campbeltown, Mull to Islay, there’s no shortage of delicious award-winning chocolate shops in Argyll and Bute. Buy local this Easter and support your local chocolatier.

27 March 2024
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gaelic gathering

Gaelic Gathering tickets now available

Argyll and Bute Council is encouraging people to book their tickets for next month’s Gaelic Gathering, which will take place in the Corran Halls, Oban, on 27 April.

26 March 2024
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Plastic bottles, pots and trays

Recycle more, cut waste to landfill

Reducing the amount of waste going to landfill saves money, helps protect services and through re-use and recycling is climate-friendly.

22 March 2024
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Roads’ investment brings steady improvement

Argyll and Bute Council has allocated £8 million pounds to this year’s roads’ reconstruction programme, taking investment over the past 10 years to more than £80 million.

22 March 2024
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Screen industry brings £1.3 million boost for Argyll and Bute

Accommodation providers, local shops and caterers are all benefitting from an increase in filming across Argyll and Bute, with an estimated local production spend of £1.3M over the last 12 months – up £720,000 compared to 2022.

21 March 2024
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