What’s in This Week’s Oban Times 23rd June 2021

Oban's Covid outbreak grips a headline in this week's Oban Times as schools, businesses and the town's Atlantis Leisure Centre are hit by the virus with numbers of cases climbing. Fiona and Kathie with their chat about what's making the headlines in this week's Oban Times

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Oban’s Covid outbreak grips a headline in this week’s Oban Times as schools, businesses and the town’s Atlantis Leisure Centre are hit by the virus with numbers of cases climbing. Kathie also brings us news of another dog attack on sheep, plans are in to Scottish Ministers for new boundary proposals in the area which could include an islands-only ward and a single one for Oban and over in Taynuilt the community council is taking positive action to clean-up after misbehaving campers by renting a portaloo. Fiona has been on a boat with Paddy Crerar finding out about his hotel group and been chatting with UK government minister for Scotland David Duguid. There’s also a run-down of this week’s sport.

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