Dumbarton-born Stewart Sweeney tells us that his wife, Loine, both pictured here, has gone moderately viral (520 likes and shares and counting) with this little sketch submitted to Wildlife Rescue Collective in Australia.
Day: January 16, 2020
COUNCIL HAS PLANS FOR LIMITED REDUCTIONS
Every year almost every council sprays hundreds of litres of herbicides containing the toxic chemical, glyphosate, on weeds at schools, parks, verges, cemeteries and other public green spaces. Despite growing fears for public health and the environment, half of Scotland’s 32 councils say they have no plans to cut back on the chemical.
SAVE LOCH LONG FROM HOTEL AND HOUSE BUILDERS
Protests over daft development at Portincaple
BOOKS: ANNA SMITH’S NEW CRIME THRILLER
Anna Smith – And here it is! End Game just arrived in the post! I never get tired of opening my new book for the first time. Delighted with the striking jacket. Thanks Quercus Books! Out on February 6, in hardback and e-books. On offer for just £3.99 on Amazon!
TRIBUTE TO GREAT RANGER, BOBBY BROWN, WHO HAS DIED AGED 96
I owe a lot to Rangers and they gave me a wonderful life – we were a band of brothers working and playing together every week. They paid a very good wage and put sums of money in trust for the players. After five years you were given a benefit, and I had two.
EALASAID IS NEW DIRECTOR OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS
The newly-created post will take a leading role in nurturing important stakeholder relationships and in developing a renewed Lèirsinn (Vision) with partners for the future of Gaelic media.