What’s In This Week’s Oban Times 30th March 2022

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Join Kathie, Sandy and Fiona as they discuss what’s in this week’s Oban Times as we report on long waits for UK visas  frustrating willing Oban hosts wanting to welcome refugee families into their homes, also there are fears that Seil’s historic but sadly collapsing pier and quay could become a shipping hazard. Findings following a council investigation into the dumped Gaelic books saga are revealed, tension is building on Bond Island  and a  plan to build a £1.3million community hub and motorhome park on playing fields in Port Ellen has been unanimously approved by councillors. We also have a full sports round-up.