What’s In This Week’s Oban Times 5th January 2022

The first Oban Times of 2022 is packed with pages of stories and photos as the New Year kicks in.

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The first Oban Times of 2022 is packed with pages of stories and photos as the New Year kicks in.

Covid and increasing cases across our communities has brought  in essential visiting only rules at the hospital in Oban and an amended CalMac timetable.

We bring news of the British Heart Foundation shop closing in Oban after 14 years and the story of how gap year charity Project Trust based on Coll is back after lockdown sending volunteers out across the globe. A couple from Mull flew to the Philippines for Christmas to aid a fragile island community devastated by Typhoon Odette, and they need your help. The loss of two fishermen with the Nancy Glen four years ago shocked communities around Loch Fyne, but there is hope similar tragedies may be avoided as an inquiry concludes into the sinking

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