Eyes of the world turn to tiny island for competition
Huge crowds are expected to descend on a tiny Argyll island tomorrow for the World Stone Skimming Championships.
The Press and Journal has stepped in again to save the day and pay the £1,000 being levied on the charity which organises the event on Easdale.
The row first erupted last year after island owner Jonathan Feigenbaum, who lives in London, demanded the fee in the week before the competition and threatened legal action if it went ahead.
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