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NO SMOKE WITHOUT FIRE

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Drama students from Dunoon Grammar School were at Dunoon police office last Friday shooting a video for No Smoking Day aimed at Primary 7s.

 

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EARLY DEPARTURE FOR CORUISK

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 A new-state-of-the-art lifesaving system is being fitted to the MV Coruisk before it takes on its new summer sailing schedule between Oban and Mull.

The Coruisk will leave for dry dock on March 7 and will pick up its new route from March 25 - meaning the vessel will leave its part time winter cover on the Dunoon Gourock route two weeks early.

 

   

DUNOON PIER - PHASE ONE COMPLETE

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Local councillors, the media, and the contractors involved in its restoration, gathered at Dunoon Pier this morning to be given a guided tour of the refurbished pier buildings.

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Dunoon's Wonderland Days

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Five staff at ‘big’ Boots’ store in Dunoon have been celebrating World Book Day by dressing up as characters from Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland.

   

Lisa Braham made the costumes and decorations for the store and today is the last chance you have to see Lisa and her colleagues all dressed up.

   

The Dunoon store has been collecting books and donations for underprivileged children.

   

Lisa is pictured, right, with colleagues Jennifer Mackay, Allan Brown, Kerry Anne Dunne and Carly Sinclair.

   

POT SHOP - END OF AN ERA

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AFTER 20 years of service the Pot Shop on Argyll Street will close its doors for the last time, marking the end of an historic association with Dunoon Ceramics Ltd.

 

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DECANT TIMING CONDEMNED

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THE TIMING of a decant of pupils to allow the building of a new Kirn Primary School have been announced – and condemned by Scotland’s largest teaching union and a parent council.

 

Argyll and Bute Council announced last week that pupils will be moved to classrooms within Dunoon Grammar School’s English department after the Easter holidays, with the grammar school’s English Department’s resources moving to temporary classrooms installed in DGS car parks over the two-week holiday period.

 

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