Loch group face court legal costs
THE council is waiting to hear how much it will receive in legal costs following the judicial review raised by Friends of Loch Etive (FoLE).
FoLE claimed permission to expand a Dawnfresh fish farm had been granted unlawfully and took Argyll and Bute council to the Court of Session.
A council spokesman said: ‘ The council is currently preparing an account of legal costs for recovery from FoLE.’
Setting the scene for Holyrood MSPs
ARGYLL-based artist, Jolomo, John Lowrie Morrison, has gifted four paintings to the Scottish parliament.
He was accompanied at the presentation on Tuesday by Highlands and Islands MSP, Jamie McGrigor.
Mr McGrigor said: ‘It is great to see paintings of Machrihanish, Tobermory and Iona in the art collection.’
Town in mourning over Alan’s death
THE death of Oban restaurateur Alan MacLeod on Thursday has been met with sadness throughout the town’s business community.
The loss of Alan, an active and outspoken advocate of the seaside town, will be deeply felt throughout the west coast. Turn to page nine for full story.
Radio tribute for accordionist Colin
OBAN FM radio station paid tribute to accordionist, Colin Campbell, on Tuesday evening with a show dedicated to the town musician.
Colin, who died on September 6, was revered in traditional Scottish music circles.