What’s In This Week’s Oban Times 10th November 2021

We have more on the day Amazonian tribes came to help protect Argyll's rainforests, and news that the Scottish Government is helping six islands to become carbon neutral by 2040 - 5 years before the rest of Scotland.

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We have more on the day Amazonian tribes came to help protect Argyll’s rainforests, and news that the Scottish Government is helping six islands to become carbon neutral by 2040 – 5 years before the rest of Scotland. We also have news on a fall in police officers, and serious road accidents, in Argyll, and details of a rescue on the River Awe. And we have more on the new Seaweed Academy – the UK’s first – starting up at SAMS in Dunbeg.

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