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LOCH FYNE OYSTERS HIT BY BREXIT

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LOCH FYNE Oysters has already felt the impact of the UK’s decision to leave the European Union, seeing a significant drop-off in seasonal labour from the continent last year.
Managing director Cameron Brown said: “Our busiest season is from October to December, ready for Christmas, and we rely a lot on seasonal labour.
“In the past we have had regular workers who have come over from countries like Latvia and Poland to help at this time, but this year around a third of them did not arrive.

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SHORT-TERM REPRIEVE FOR INVERARAY RBS

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RBS is to keep ten closure-threatened branches, including the Inveraray branch, open until at least the end of the year.

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DUNOON SEAL PUP RESCUE

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A MAJOR operation was launched in Dunoon on Saturday evening after a member of the public spotted a young seal pup on the promenade.

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GUIDE THEM HOME...

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AT an emotional event in Tarbert this evening (Saturday) an electric candle was switched on by Mathew Ramsay of the Fishermen’s Mission. The Tarbert community turned out, vowing to keep the candle switched on until it ‘guides the boys home’.

 

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Credit to Cowal

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Three local heroes have been given the highest accolade for bravery.

The undoubted hero of the hour on November 1, 2015 was Terry Smith, who waded into the icy waters of the Clyde to rescue three young children trapped in a car upside down in the water.

 

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