What’s In This Week’s Oban Times 13th October 2021

Kathie reports on two fabulous comebacks - the Highland Cattle Society's 124th annual Autumn Show and Sale made a return to Oban Livestock Centre at the weekend and the Royal National Mod has taken to the stage in Inverness and gone online with performances and competitions - read about them both and enjoy the photos.

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Kathie reports on two fabulous comebacks – the Highland Cattle Society’s 124th annual Autumn Show and Sale made a return to Oban Livestock Centre at the weekend and the Royal National Mod has taken to the stage in Inverness and gone online with performances and competitions – read about them both and enjoy the photos.
How can we fix the A85 over Rest And Be Thankful, which seems to shut every time there’s a deluge (which is often). MSPs debate what to do next – Fiona was listening in.
Sandy checks on the progress to replace Oban police station, branded the worst in Scotland two years ago, and he sits in on the Oban Salvation Army’s last service after 35 years in the town.
And November 5 is coming up, but who remembers November 4 ten years ago? Fiona looks back at the moment Oban exploded onto the world stage: O-bang!

 

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