What’s In This Week’s Oban Times 6th July 2022

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News of approval for a twelfth distillery for Islay, Oban museum gets an alcohol licence and Craignish looks set to benefit from sex-changing oysters – all of this in this week’s Oban Times plus a story about the Loch Ness monster coming to Loch Awe. We also bring you photos of the wartime mural unveiled at Ganavan, a new gold panning station at Barcaldine and Oban hospital kitchen staff meeting Scotland’s national clinical director Jason Leitch who was visiting Oban’s health and care services this week to say thank you for their hard work during the pandemic and still continuing.


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