Dunoon


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Dunoon

(dəˈnuːn)
n
(Placename) a town and resort in W Scotland, in Argyll and Bute, on the Firth of Clyde. Pop: 8251 (2001)
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Staying in Dunoon with day trips out and about the highlands - looking lovely in late summer...
Star pupils from a Coatbridge dance school gave a dazzling display when they travelled to a competition in Dunoon - and were rewarded with a glittering array of silverware.
80s Weekender Hunter's Quay Holliday Village, Dunoon, Sat-Mon Dunoon takes a step back in time for the holiday weekend with a hits-packed line-up.
Mod success Piper Catriona Norman (S3) competed at the recent National Mod in Dunoon. her report follows: On October 13, I competed at the Royal National Mod in Dunoon in the under 15 solo piping competition playing a March Strathspey and Reel.
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In October, as part of the Australian Yachting Awards, Grant Dunoon and his Trybooking.com crew were awarded the inaugural CYCA SOLAS Trusts Bravery Medal for their efforts to rescue fellow sailors during a race in April 2012.
She was treated for a serious head injury at the scene and taken to Dunoon General Hospital but later transferred to Southern General Hospital, Glasgow.
The break-in during the early hours of Good Friday took place on Dunoon Road in Owton Manor, Hartlepool, netted a 40in Sony LCD TV, a Sony Ericsson mobile phone, a Nintendo DS with games and cash.
Roy can be contacted by e-mail <royhayward@ bigpond.com> or at The Long House, 995 Dunoon Road, Modanville, NSW 2480, Australia.