Shirveishagh Albinagh cur shilley er yn Ellan son co-haggloo


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Shirveishagh Albinagh cur shilley er yn Ellan son co-haggloo

Y Shirveishagh son bree, ventyr as turrysid ayns reiltys Nalbin, hug eh shilley er yn Ellan yn çhiaghtin shoh chaie.

Fergus Ewing, Oltey jeh'n Pharlamaid Albinagh, v'eh ayns yn Ellan d'eddyn magh mychione kianglaghyn oddys ve jeant ayns cooishyn gollrish bree, turrysid as dellal eddyrashoonagh.

Veeit Mnr Ewing rish yn Çhirveishagh Lhiasaghey Tarmaynagh Laurence Skelly, as rish yn Ard-Shirveishagh Allan Bell, hug er bun kianglaghyn lesh Alex Salmond, yn eear-Ard-Shirveishagh Albinagh.

Er y gherrid, ghow Nicola Sturgeon ynnyd Vnr Salmond myr leeideilagh yn Phartee Ashoonagh Albinagh. Nicola Sturgeon, yn Oltey jeh'n Pharlamaid Albinagh son Glaschu Southside, t'ee er-çhee goll er feeraghey myr y chied ard-shirveishagh Albinagh bwoirryn ayns ny shiaghteeyn ta ry-heet.

Ta Mnr Bell gra dy vel eh foaysagh da'n Ellan dy gholl er-oi lesh y chiangley t'er ve erbashtal lesh y leeideilys Albinagh trooid Mnr Salmond.

Scottish Minister visits Island for talks

The Scottish Minister for Energy, Enterprise and Tourism visited the Island last week.

Fergus Ewing MSP was in the Island to explore possible links betwen the Island and Scotland in areas such as energy, tourism and international trade.

During the visit Mr Ewing met Economic Development Minister Laurence Skelly and Chief Minister Allan Bell, who built links with former Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond.

Mr Salmond has recently been replaced by Nicola Sturgeon as leader of the SNP, and the Glasgow Southside MSP is now set to be officially confirmed as Scotland's first female first minister in the coming weeks.

Mr Bell says it's in the Island's interests to continue what has been an excellent relationship with the Scottish leadership through Mr Salmond.


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