Torsa dig was a walkover
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Torsa dig was a walkover

Survey work included the team walking over the rocky ground to record finds and clues to the island’s farming past.

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Airport fuel dilemma adds extra air miles

After the existing aviation fuel provider cut short his contract by nine months, Hebridean Air Services Limited (HASL) flights are having to go all the way to Islay Airport to fill up.

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Winter Queen magics up festive fun

The right royal guest will be waving her wand casting dazzling spells to light up shop windows as she makes her way through the town from Corran Halls at 5pm to Station Square, then back along the Esplanade.

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Oban seaplanes ready for take off

Owner and chief pilot David West of Loch Lomond Seaplanes is confident daily flights from Duck Bay to the town will take off again, adding thousands of visitors to Oban’s yearly tourist tally.

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Aid worker back from mercy mission

Taynuilt resident John Murphy talks about the month he spent on the hurricane-hit island of Abaco, co-ordinating and delivering emergency supplies.

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Court acquits man over deaths

Judge Lady Rae formally acquitted Oskars Rancevs of the charges and sent him to the state hospital on an interim compulsion order.