What’s In This Week’s Oban Times 24th November 2021

Oban Times investigation finds Taynuilt villagers missed lifesaving covid booster jabs due to late mail. We also have the latest on probes into two Argyll councillors, and into the latest council depot fire in Oban. School nativities have been cancelled again this year due to the pandemic - but Fiona is looking for some seasonal sparkle

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This week, an Oban Times investigation finds Taynuilt villagers missed lifesaving covid booster jabs due to late mail. We also have the latest on probes into two Argyll councillors, and into the latest council depot fire in Oban. School nativities have been cancelled again this year due to the pandemic – but Fiona is looking for some seasonal sparkle: Oban’s Christmas lights have been saved by a massive community effort. Oban’s Winter Festival is also in full swing, and Scout post is ready to deliver your Christmas cards, raising funds for hut repairs. Look out for their post boxes around Oban and Dunbeg. Fiona also reveals who is hitting the headlines in this week’s sport section.

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