What’s In This Week’s Oban Times 26th January 2022

This week's Oban Times introduces Storm Stewart, Oban's first baby of 2022. CalMac rejects warnings of a summer squeeze on Islay ferries, Dunollie Castle, Museum and Grounds is celebrating a Heritage lottery grant and health bosses have been on a fact finding mission to Coll to give the island a health check and Scottish Government plans to build tunnels or bridges from Oban to Craignure and across the Sounds of Harris and Barra are slammed.

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This week’s Oban Times introduces Storm Stewart, Oban’s first baby of 2022. CalMac rejects warnings of a summer squeeze on Islay ferries, Dunollie Castle, Museum and Grounds is celebrating a Heritage lottery grant and health bosses have been on a fact finding mission to Coll to give the island a health check and Scottish Government plans to build tunnels or bridges from Oban to Craignure and across the Sounds of Harris and Barra are slammed.

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