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former county, W central Scotland. Under the Local Government Act of 1973, Argyll was divided between the new Highland and Strathclyde regions in 1975, with most of the county becoming part of Strathclyde. In the local government reorganization of 1996, Strathclyde was dissolved; the portion of Argyll in that region became part of the council area of Argyll and Bute.
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This tender seeks to appoint one Provider per Lot as detailed below:1 Oban, Lorn and the Isles2 Mid Argyll, Kintyre and Islay3 Bute and Cowal4 Helensburgh and LomondProviders are invited to bid for one or more of the detailed Lots.
The motorcycle's 51-yearold driver was stable in Mid Argyll hospital, Lochgilphead, yesterday.
And Fort maintained their flag pursuit with a 5-1 demolition of Glasgow Mid Argyll at An Aird.
Four people were freed from the speedboat and the two pulled from the water were taken by ambulance to the Mid Argyll Hospital at Lochgilphead.
Contract Notice: Provision of School and Local Transport Services in Mid Argyll for routes:
In the latest episode of Caman: Shinty, young people from Glasgow Mid Argyll shinty club talk about their time in the youth teams in Milngavie and Bearsden, which hosts an annual shinty tournament in Glasgow and is open to juniors around the country.
So organisers of the National Primaries Indoor Shinty Tour-nament had to stop the tie, at Mid Argyll Sports Centre, Lochgilphead, and comb the pitch for Duncan's gnashers.
The islanders face nearest challengers Glasgow Mid Argyll and a win will ensure they are promoted.
Glasgow Mid Argyll must take the two points if they are to hold on to their slim title chances.
Glasgow Mid Argyll staged a great fightback for a 4-3 home win over Bute after the islanders had taken a 3-1 lead.
NHS Highland (Argyll & Bute CHP) wishes to provide a formal contracted transport service for patients receiving Renal Dialysis in Argyll and specifically the Oban Lorn and Isles, Mid Argyll and Kintyre catchment areas.

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