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We are an independent monthly magazine established in 1991,
serving the islands of Mull, Iona, Ulva and the surrounding area.
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January issue 2016

Visit to Camelot

How can you tell you’ve been to a good panto? Leaving the Aros Hall with a big smile on your face, feeling ready to embrace the festive season (Oh yes you are!) is one good indicator. NOMADS’ “King Arthur”, produced by Andi Stevens, hit all the right spots... more in the full issue

Photo by Sarah Darling


Santa Dash 2015


The 4th Santa Dash took place in Tobermory on Sunday 20th December, supporting Marie Curie Cancer Care. 50 hardy Santas, children and adults in equal numbers, braved the weather forecast and set off from the Lifeboat Station on the hooter start from Babs, along the Main Street, round Ledaig Car park and back to the Clock Tower, where the children’s race finished. The adults turned round and set off, together with some keen children, up the Eas Brae and around the top of town and back to the Main street for a cheering finish... more in the full issue


GigaPlus Argyll getting Closer

I’m pleased to report that progress on the creation of the GigaPlus Argyll wireless broadband network has continued to be steady and significant. AB Internet will be partnering GigaPlus Argyll to create and maintain this exciting scheme.
AB Internet is a Lincoln based specialist broadband installation and maintenance company that has a track record of delivering broadband in remote areas. This is a major step forward and the real work has now commenced.
Senior management and the project team from AB Internet have visited Mull not only to meet the full GigaPlus Argyll team but to commence the task of surveying the island and to become more acquainted with the ways of the Scottish West Coast. The first installations will be Lochbuie and Croggan on Mull and the target is that these will be going live during the spring of 2016.... more in the full issue