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

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It’s all happening in the Oban Times this week with a bumper edition of news and sport.

Kathie tells the heart-warming story of Lorne Gillies from Taynuilt, a bone marrow and stem cell donor, who got a call out of the blue after five years telling him they had found a match.
And local binman Sean MacVicar gets some recognition for keeping the streets clean and his cheery persona. Ellis has been looking at the aftermath of the near miss at Ganavan Sands with safety calls made after the recent runaway car incident. And Fiona has a sport section simply bursting at the seams. There’s Bob MacIntyre’s super Saturday performance, a world record attempt for Oban’s gym guy, bowling, golf, shinty and a drum roll for the return of Oban Lorne RFC.


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