Local news: Agricultural Show results; Tiree Regatta results; Tiree architecture exhibition report; Feis Thiriodh 2009 report; request for new members of Tiree Rural Development; An Iodhlann’s article ‘Sheaves from the Stackyard’ about schools and staff; new recycling and refuse collection scheme – Tiree Environment and Recycling (TEAR); poem about Tiree by Joseph Thompson; news about the ferry service’s Road Equivalent Tariff (RET); PC Danny Lapsley receives Queen’s Police Medal at Holyrood; Stramash dinghy sailing courses schedule; notice about start of groundworks for the community turbine; RSPB news; new leaflet for responsible visitors; community Powerdown information about low-energy light bulbs; QMS Scottish Sheep Strategy Group open night and demonstration at Heylipol Farm; Mull Theatre play.
Local news: success of Tiree Parties Committees in 2008; PC Danny Lapsley receives Queen`s Police Medal; nativity play at Tiree Parish Church; Royal Bank of Scotland fundraising success of 2008; the Sorley MacLean Trust; school environment news; sheep scab alert.
Local news: retirement of PC Danny Lapsley; interview with George Campbell; HMS Sturdy memorial; Farmhouse Café opens in Balemartine; Labour spin-doctor Alastair Campbell; cattle sale results; `Danny`s Song`.
Colour photograph of people dancing in An Talla during the A` Bhuain homecoming for the Tiree diaspora in spring 2006. L-R: unknown; unknown; Jessie Gray, Balemartine; unknown; Flora MacLean, Druimfraoich; Louise MacDougall, Scarinish; Liz and Danny Lapsley, Caoles; unknown; Michael Holliday, Baugh (background); Jaclyn Langley, Scarinish (background); unknown dancing with Lynsey Gray, Balemartine. Original held on CD in filing cabinet 10 drawer 1.
CD-ROM of pictures from the 2009 Tiree Community Conference
CD-ROM containing photographs of events, staff, volunteers and visitors at the Tiree Community Development Trust`s community conference held in An Talla in 2009 (photographs taken by PC Danny Lapsley, Caoles), and posters (word doc. files) showing & naming people involved in various community groups.