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Holyrood.comParliamentary sketch: MSPs talk national parksHolyrood.com
There's no sense in asking why, he just really loves them, and to be honest there's no point reading beyond that point if you can't accept that. The man is basically the Yogi Bear of the Scottish
Parliament. But Galloway does not have a national park ...
The ScotsmanLeader comment: Loch upgrade a boon for allThe Scotsman
The stretch of the A82 which hugs the western banks of Loch Lomond
as it snakes north towards Crianlarich is one of Scotland's
most scenic routes. It is a shame, however, that so few drivers get the chance to truly savour it, given they must watch the ...and more »
The ScotsmanTrains boost prosperity in Scotland's townsThe Scotsman
And there are plans in the pipeline for further station developments which will have a positive impact on Scotland's
towns. Considering the opportunities at Balloch station for making Loch Lomond
more accessible to tourists is just one of the projects ...
The Galloway GazettePrimary pupils' song for ScotlandThe Galloway Gazette
The group attended First Minister's Questions before entertaining MSPs in the Parliament's Garden Lobby with renditions of 'The Circle of Life', 'Loch Lomond
' and Caledonia. The pupils and their teachers were hosted in Parliament by south Scotland
Legal Adviser (Property) – Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National ParkScottish Legal News
You will be responsible for the delivery an efficient and effective legal service providing pragmatic advice on a wide range of matters. You will work closely with all other National Park functions therefore excellent interpersonal skills are essential ...