What’s In This Week’s Oban Times 26th January 2022

This week’s Oban Times introduces Storm Stewart, Oban’s first baby of 2022. CalMac rejects warnings of a summer squeeze on Islay ferries, Dunollie Castle, Museum and Grounds is celebrating a Heritage lottery grant and health bosses have been on a fact finding mission to Coll to give the island a health check and Scottish Government plans to build tunnels or bridges from Oban to Craignure and across the Sounds of Harris and Barra are slammed.

The Oban Times
Life-saving appeal starts in Kilmore

The nearest defibrillators are currently at the NFU office and Kilninver Primary School, miles and vital minutes away from the Kilmore community and people living and working in Lerags Glen.

Allan Campbell – Thursday January 20, 2022

While Omicron gets appropriate attention the most ‘attractive’ stories continue to be Downing Street lockdown regulation-breaking parties, and the ongoing accusations of underage sexual abuse by Prince Andrew.

Allan Campbell – Thursday January 13, 2022

While Old New Year ceilidhs are less common now, happily, last night (January 12),  the ‘Old New Year’, will have been marked by some in a celebratory bridge between the years and as an opportunity to renew friendships and look forward with hope in a new year…