What’s In This Week’s Oban Times 29th September 2021

Owners of the Taynuilt Inn ravaged by fire tell Kathie this week they will rebuild it. Over on Luing, there are troubled waters after a ford connecting the island to neighbouring Torsa was built up before relevant authorities were approached and stirred up a storm of protest from boating and kayaking communities UK wide who have described it as a barrier, blocking what they say was a safe and sheltered passage.

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This week, Sandy and Fiona look at what’s coming up in the Oban Times : plans for a new electric ferry for Jura (what could go wrong?) and we check the service history of the second-hand ferry CalMac has bought for Mull. Could Oban become a city as the council hopes? We look at Oban’s chances – and rivals. And Fiona has been listening to the pipes!


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