What’s in This Week’s Oban Times 14th July 2021

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Yet another packed offering of stories and photos for you coming up in this week’s Oban Times.

Lismore is crowdfunding for a three-week archaeological dig this September, we have cracking photos of the RowAround Scotland bid passing through the Crinan Canal and voyaging to Craignish Boat Club at Ardfern and we have an update on film extras and businesses on Mull apparently still waiting for a payout from a thriller shot on the island in 2019 – Shepherd’s release date in cinemas will be November 5 and any outstanding wages and bills will be settled once the film starts reeling in money from sales so we’ve been told.

The open design of Dunbeg’s new housing development is also under the spotlight after a boy was involved in a collision with a car.

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