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No surprise that A82 is Scotland’s deadliest road

Highlands and Islands MSP Donald Cameron has said that he is not surprised that  the A82 trunk road, which links Glasgow and Inverness, via Fort William, has been confirmed as Scotland’s deadliest road.

Dairy farmers urged to speak up

Dairy farmers in Argyll and Bute are being urged by a local politician to take part in a consultation on ending unfair practices in the sector. The consultation is being led by the UK Government and is designed to create a fairer marketplace for producers.

UK support saves jobs and lives

The Prime Minister has made clear we will not allow a second independence referendum. We are only just beginning to emerge from this health crisis, and the economic crisis has barely begun.

A pay rise for public sector workers

We’ve announced that almost 900,000 public sector workers, including doctors, teachers and police officers, will see above-inflation pay rises.

Cameron adds name to proposed disability Bill

Highlands and Islands MSP Donald Cameron has given his backing to a proposed Bill which aims to improve outcomes for children and young people with a disability in the transition to adulthood.

£315k to help open towns safely during COVID-19

Argyll and Bute Council has been awarded £315,000 funding from the Spaces for People Programme, to deliver temporary infrastructure to make it safer for people who choose to walk, cycle or wheel for essential trips and exercise during Covid-19.

Helensburgh Waterfront Contract Awarded

A £22m contract to give Helensburgh a high quality swimming pool and leisure centre has been awarded to Heron Brothers Ltd. The contract will also deliver strengthened flood defences and improved public meeting space for residents and visitors.