What’s in This Week’s Oban Times 31st March 2021

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What an action-packed Oban Times Kathie, Fiona and Ellis have for you in the paper-edition and on-line this week.

The floods that hit our town and surrounding communities this week have grabbed the front-page headlines. In a different tale, a diesel spill turned parts of Oban Bay pink and stinky. Also read all about former Oban woman Jaki Aitken who took on the gruelling Oxfam Trailwalker mega-event in New Zealand where she now lives and about two Oban High School pupils who pulled petal-power to help raise funds and awareness of Poppy Scotland’s amazing work.

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