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1977 Wings - Mull Of Kintyre SIR Paul McCartney chose Mull of Kintyre for his second encore at the ECHO arena this week - complete with a full Scottish pipe band.
STEAM ENGINES - RESTAURANT - LOUNGES - SHOP from GLASGOW & OBAN North Pier MULL of KINTYRE & OBAN FRIDAY APRIL 22 Leave Glasgow 7am or Greenock 8.
Among my presents that year was a cover version of Mull Of Kintyre - by the Nolan Sisters.
IN JUNE 1994, an RAF Chinook helicopter carrying some of Britain's top intelligence experts crashed on the Mull of Kintyre in Scotland, killing everyone on board.
Two RAF pilots will not be cleared of blame for the Chinook helicopter crash on the Mull of Kintyre 14 years ago, it was reported last night.
The Guardian has learned that the latest figures show that last year common seal numbers fell from 4,256 to 3,379 in Orkney, from 1,056 to 800 along the eastern coast of the northern Highlands, from 113 to 102 in the north-east, in Grampian, and from 6,702 to 4,732 on the west coast from Oban to the Mull of Kintyre.
DEFENCE Secretary Des Browne has agreed to look at a new report into the crash of an RAF Chinook helicopter on the Mull of Kintyre 13 years ago, the Ministry of Defence said today.
Byline: Rachel Pagones, Amy Bennett and Nancy Sexton GROUP 2 winner Mull Of Kintyre has been purchased by Capricorn Stud Farm in India, where he will replace therecent ly deceased 2,000 Guineas winner Tirol.