What’s In This Week’s Oban Times 19th January 2022

Partygate: What do your local Tory politicians say, and not say? The SNP praises its new U22 bus pass - but angry Argyll mums are tearing their hair out. A windfarm off Islay's shores could power every Scottish home.

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Partygate: What do your local Tory politicians say, and not say? The SNP praises its new U22 bus pass – but angry Argyll mums are tearing their hair out. A windfarm off Islay’s shores could power every Scottish home. Tiree Community Council meets in Gaelic, and CalMac extends its crisis cut timetable, with a fifth of its crew off with Covid. Find out how a type of tree in Cameroon links with Lismore, why Pauline MacLennan has lots to smile about, and how a charity that began in a shed in Dalmally is now working in Yemen. Also if you can hold a tune – Taynuilt Gaelic Choir wants to hear from you!

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