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Newsletter `An Tirisdeach`, No. 22, 24/4/1991.

Local news including the proposed transportation of asbestos from Skerryvore across the island, the results of a poll of parents about national testing, prize-winning song by Dr John Holliday, mobile breast-screeing unit, Balevullin – part 4 by Sandy MacKinnon, the Power Station, nursing team for Taigh a` Ruadh and news from the youth club.


Newsletter `An Tirisdeach`, No. 23, 8/5/1991.

Local news including the opening of the nursing beds at Taigh a` Ruadh by Princess Anne, piper Gordon Rowan to play at the White House, HIE and local working groups, hedgehogs, advice from Dr Holliday on salt intake, Balevullin – part 5 by Sandy MacKinnon, and news from playgroups, the feis, the youth club and the Brownies and Guides.


Newsletter `An Tirisdeach`, No. 50, 11/11/1992.

Local news including the election of a new Community Council, First Aid training, article by District Councillor Donnie Campbell about the abolition of Strathclyde Regional Council, growing trees on Tiree, the weather and news from the youth club, golf club and Gaelic choir.


Newsletter `An Tirisdeach`, No. 60, 28/4/1993.

Local news including complaints about CalMac, the EU`s Integrated Administration and Control System, the disposal of animal carcasses, corncrakes, Kilkenneth 1 by Sandy MacKinnon, Council Tax charges for second homes, the weather and news from the dentist, the Crofters Union, the youth and golf clubs.


Newsletter `An Tirisdeach`, No. 69, 3/11/1993.

Local news including a reply from the hall committee to Sandy MacKinnon`s letter, the accident black spot at Baugh, an extra air ambulance stationed at Glasgow, this year`s Wave Classic, the botanical survey of Tiree, the Duke of Edinburgh`s Award Scheme, the weather and news from the golf club, the Gaelic Partnership, Tiree Association, the gardening and youth clubs.


Photocopied page of four newspaper cuttings from the Oban Times, 1968.

(1) Article about Major Iain MacLennan, chairman of the Council of Social Services and of the local District Council, who reports that the councils want to attract light industry to Tiree, reduce freight costs and improve and extend the public water supply, (2) formation of a Tiree Youth Club, (3) new medical unit for Dr Calvert, (4) letters about Anne Sinclair’s piping success and Danina Langley’s  MOD success.

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