What’s In This Week’s Oban Times 8th June 2022

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Mull’s newest ferry, costing £10.5M, promises year-round commuter travel. Ileachs caught up in UK passport chaos face missing holidays. Opposition mounts to more, bigger wind farms by Loch Awe. Connel is divided over plans for a new cafe. Jurachs blast the island’s ‘crumbling’ transport infrastructure. Tiree’s only policeman and a Coll fireman get a gong. It’s soon 100 years since Oban’s seafront war memorial was unveiled. And if you couldn’t make everything at the weekend, we have a round-up of Oban Charities Day, plus Argyll’s Mod and Jubilee celebrations.

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