Tag Archives: housing

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1997.265.9

Newsletter `Fios agus Fathunn`, No. 9, 1982.

Local news including complaints about the muddy state of the mains water, news from the Boys Brigade , Vaul Golf Club, Cornaig School and the churches, spoke Gaelic on Tiree and house insulation.

1997.265.43

Newsletter `An Tirisdeach`, No. 8, 23/5/1990.

Local news including the retiral of Archie MacArthur of Barrapol from the airport, the presentation of an award to Hugh `Doodan` MacArthur of the Royal Observer Corps, the disposal of sewage, changes in the District Council`s housing policy, news from the WRI, Comunn Feis Thiriodh and the school.

1997.265.69

Newsletter `An Tirisdeach`, No. 33, 11/12/1991.

Local news including planning permission to build kit houses, changes in the rules governing the elections of the Community Council, cessation of car services to Tobermory by CalMac, proposed public transport service on Tiree, Cornaigmore – part 2 by Sandy MacKinnon, the proposed community buy-out of Sruthan Stores and petrol supplies.

1997.265.79

Newsletter `An Tirisdeach`, No. 43, 27/5/1992.

Local news including the disposal of sewage, improvements to the sheltered houses, public transport, the newsletter of the Tiree Working Group `Enterprise Tiree`, the thatched house museum at Sandaig and an article about gardening by Bobby and Peggy Cameron.

1997.265.95

Newsletter `An Tirisdeach`, No. 58, 17/3/1993.

Local news including the numbers of houses in Council Tax bands D-F, protests at the shipment of nuclear fuel through the Minches, the weather, news from the school librarian, waste recycling and an article about the Tiree entry in Kelly`s 1926 Directory of Scotland by Les Crawte and Reg Knapman.

1997.265.112

Newsletter `An Tirisdeach`, No. 74, 2/2/1994.

Local news including the allocation of the flats at Lower Square, Hynish, delays in receiving LEADER funds, yearly warning about toxoplasmosis, the end of Coisir Thiriodh, the airport tax and a proposed study of the role of arts and entertainment in Argyll and the Islands.

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