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Traffic Scotland - Current Incidents
Current incidents on the road network e.g. accidents
  • A68 B6368 Gilston - A697 Carfraemill - Closure
    A68 Soutra is closed for essential overnight repairs, drivers are advised to use signed diversion and expect longer than normal journey times.
  • M90 B9112 - J10 (Craigend) - Closure
    The M90 (N) Jct 10 slip to the Friarton Bridge from Broxden is closed due to overnight roadworks. Road users are advised to follow the signed diversion and expect longer than normal journey times.
  • A9 Dornoch Bridge - High winds
    Road users are advised to use caution crossing the A9 Dornoch Bridge due to high winds currently affecting driving conditions

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COWAL GOLF CLUB COMMUNITY FIREWORKS

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 Tonight (Thursday, November 5) saw a fabulous show of fire and fireworks from Cowal Golf Club - with Over £2,500 spent on the 25-minute extravaganza of bangs, whistles, thunder and a kaleidoscope of blazing colour. The community event is continually growing - and fast becoming a unmissable date on the Cowal calendar.

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DRAMATIC SEA RESCUE AT INNELLAN

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There were dramatic scenes on the shore in Innellan yesterday (Sunday November  1) when a car came  off the road, went into the Clyde, and turned upside down.

 

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THE END OF AN ERA

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Marion and John Carmichael announce their retirement, and the last ever Dunoon Observer to be printed in Dunoon rolled off the presses yesterday, and the last newspaper to be printed in Argyll. However, next week will be business as usual, just that the paper will be printed elsewhere. The E&R Inglis presses have fallen silent for the last time.

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