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Road looks like surface of the moon

I have been in contacted by a large number of my constituents who have been raising justifiable concerns about the terrible conditions of local roads on the Island of Islay, including Corrsgeir Place in Port Ellen, which according to one local resident I spoke to looks more like the surface of th

“Eat out” scheme goes down a treat in Argyll and Bute

According to figures released by the UK Government, the “Eat Out to Help Out” discount scheme has gone down very well in Argyll and Bute with 85,000 meals claimed with a total discount of over half a million pounds.

SNP “betrayed fishermen” over Fisheries Bill

Highlands and Islands MSP Donald Cameron has said that coastal communities in his region are feeling betrayed after SNP MPs voted to block legislation that will replace the Common Fisheries Policy.

Support our hard working farmers and fishermen

As we recover from the huge shock delivered to our economy by the Coronavirus it is essential that we support our vital farming and fishing industries that have kept our shops and supermarket shelves full during the recent trying times.

Keep eating out (and helping out) urges Cameron

The “Eat Out to Help Out” discount scheme has been so successful that Highlands and Islands MSP Donald Cameron is urging local people to keep to the habit if they can, even though the scheme ends today (Monday 31st August).

Planning service reports on continuous improvement

The council’s Planning Service is focused on ensuring that Argyll and Bute is open for business and supporting economic growth by offering the high-quality service demanded by business and residential customers.

Cameron welcomes jobs plan

Highlands and Islands MSP Donald Cameron has said that jobs plan, launched today by Scottish Conservative leader, Douglas Ross, is exactly what his region needs.