Tiree

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Tiree

an island off the W coast of Scotland, in the Inner Hebrides. Pop.: 770 (2001). Area: 78 sq. km (30 sq. miles)
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ON HOLIDAY Colin and June Hunter from the Isle of Tiree, in Scotland
A massive land, air and sea search was launched after the Piper PA28 plane from Dundee failed to arrive on the isle of Tiree.
CELTIC rocker Karen Matheson is delighted her band Capercaillie will finally get to play on the Isle of Tiree, having travelled to the far corners of the world, including war-torn Baghdad.
Edward Campbell, 25, from the Isle of Tiree, said: "It's time for a change.
WEST SCOTLAND: Ecosse Unique (01835 870779) offers seven nights' self-catering in a cottage sleeping seven from Sep 22 on the Isle of Tiree.
He said: "My wife asked for her ashes to be scattered on the Isle of Tiree, where we used to go on holiday.
They claim she needs to keep the alarm because she lives in a remote farmhouse on the Isle of Tiree in the Inner Hebrides.
Tiree Wave Classic Gott Bay, Isle of Tiree October 8-14 Celebrating its 25th anniversary, see some of the world's best windsurfers battle the fury of Atlantic wind and waves.
All of the 10 easiest places are in the country - the second easiest is the Isle of Tiree, then Lerwick and down the list past Skye and Aberfeldy.
Anna Wardley says circling the Hebridean isle of Tiree will be the toughest leg of a challenge which will take her as far as Majorca.
ScottishPower Renewables plan to build a 140-square-mile "forest" of 300 turbines on the isle of Tiree.