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CHRISTMAS CHEER FROM THE BRAES

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 Left to right: director Jamie Merritt, third chef Kayne Smith, head chef Tom Salisbury and director Jennifer McArthur

   

The Braes restaurant is fully booked for Christmas lunch but, unknown to patrons, their Christmas lunch will help feed others in need.

 

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CORUISK TO START TOMORROW

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Transport Scotland has announced that CalMac ferry MV Coruisk will be deployed on the Dunoon-Gourock route from tomorrow (Tuesday December 22) until the end of March.

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THE FORCE AWAKENS

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 Craig Howard (5), who was first in line to see the movie in his Darth Vader costume, searches for ‘rebel scum’.

 

 THERE was an awakening of the force in Dunoon today as locals flocked to the cinema to watch the latest Star Wars movie - The Force Awakens.

 In a special, packed, matinee performance, one of three daily showings at West Coast Cinemas Dunoon, fans queued in anticipation of watching the first Star Wars film in more than 10 years.

 

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NEW GOUROCK ROAD OPENS

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DRIVING through Gourock has become a whole lot easier after a new traffic management scheme was opened in the town yesterday.

 

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GOOD NEWS FOR FERRY USERS

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It was announced this week that MV Coruisk would be deployed this winter on the Gourock-Dunoon route.

 This will come as welcome news, and a great relief, to commuters.

 

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CARRIER SECTION ON CLYDE

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HEADS turned on Dunoon prom today (Thursday) towards an unusual sight on the river.

   

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