Local news: plans for windfarm off Tiree; WWII soldier remembers building a jetty at Balephetrish Bay; Mainly Music; Road Equivalent Tariff (RET) discussions; Gordon Scott`s Everest trek; Tiree Trust discuss offshore windfarm proposals; SWRI meeting; Cobbled Cow café under new management; RSPB information; livestock sale results; Edinburgh moonwalk.
Local news: call for information on skate; interview with Fiona Maxwell, Kenovay; photography competition; nature in schools; biodiversity; improvements to Oban-Glasgow bus service; Goose Management Scheme; Tiree Trust news; Tiree Regatta Club; champion Ruaig bullock.
Local news including Highland Show success for Ruaig and Heylipol farms; interview with Gordon Connell, Crossapol; MBE for CalMac`s Eric Ruthven; forthcoming Feis Thiriodh; RSPB information; `Gaelic Onboard` sessions on CalMac ferries; primary 6/7 school trip to central Scotland; Ena Kerr – new president of the Tiree Association; merit prize awarded to Eoghann M MacLean, Tiree High School; Tiree Agricultural Show home industries schedule.
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`.
Booklet of news from the Gaelic-speaking world, including and article on Tiree (pg 270-275). Includes photographs of the mill at Cornaigmore, calves on a beach, Calum MacLean (Calum Salum) and his mother Kirsty Munn (Ciorstaidh Mhunn), Salum, and one of a boat at the Scarinish regatta containing Donald Archie Cameron.
Photograph of Murdoch MacKinnon, Heylipol, in 1953
Black & white photograph of Murdoch MacKinnon, Heylipol (Murchadh Chailein Ruaraidh), with a black and white long-horned cow, in 1953, (Uncle Angus MacKechnie to Mrs Cathie Macmillan, Clydebank?). (original stored in filing cabinet 10 drawer 1)