Rory O’B plans to bring out a solo EP in the New Year optimistically, considering the pandemic, called The Sun Will Rise.
Soil, mud and large boulders has been gradually moving down the steep slope, said BEAR Scotland.
Argyll and Bute shells out an estimated £3.2 million more in delivery charges than customers in the rest of the UK.
Scottish Rugby aims to facilitate local friendly fixtures in the months ahead at a time when it is safe to do so.
The Petronas Sprinta Racing rider will now be able to enjoy a well-earned of rest, before preparations start for the 2021 season.
Plenty of chit chat and cheer in this week’s Something for the Weekend. We’re a cultural lot at the Oban Times so listen in for news about a panto for Oban and what was happening on Luing this week to mark Book Week Scotland. Merriment as a Welsh castle and celebrities were also in the pot ….. so to speak! Oh and beware…the dolphins!
UK Government Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced extra measures to support workers and businesses throughout winter, including a furlough scheme extension paying 80 per cent of staff wages.
The award-winning SEALL Festival of Small Halls will live-stream the music of some of Scotland’s best traditional musicians from three stunning locations on the island later this month.
#UHIMusicLive will host two music sessions, every Wednesday and Friday night, for four weeks from Wednesday, November 18.
Caithream na Cruinne, a collaboration between Fèis Rois and NatureScot (formerly Scottish Natural Heritage), is aimed at emerging young Gaelic songwriters, who take their inspiration from nature and the current environmental challenges.
Scotland’s historic victory in Belgrade was sweeter still for Highland viewers given the starring role of local lad Ryan Christie! Euphoria in the wake of so much sadness during preceding days as we remembered the thousands sacrificed in wars, with so many known only to God where they lie.