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What’s In This Week’s Oban Times 22nd September 2021
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What’s In This Week’s Oban Times 22nd September 2021

Pollution in Oban Bay, a man sat in a bath in the middle of Loch Melfort, the chance to go along to an open day this Saturday to see what an archaeological dig has unearthed on Lismore are just some of the stories we have for you in this week’s Oban Times.

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What’s In This Week’s Oban Times 15th September 2021

Pollution in Oban Bay, a man sat in a bath in the middle of Loch Melfort, the chance to go along to an open day this Saturday to see what an archaeological dig has unearthed on Lismore are just some of the stories we have for you in this week’s Oban Times.

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What’s In This Week’s Oban Times 1st September 2021

This week’s Oban Times is packed with photos and reports from Oban’s 150th Games also featuring a right royal visitor Princess Anne. We also have news from over on Mull where boatowners are being urged to check for stowaways of the rodent or mink type

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What’s In This Week’s Oban Times 25th August 2021

Scottish Government’s refusal to sanction the purchase of a new boat for Mull while the community has also been kicking up a stink over the growing problem of fly-tipping and littering. You can also find out about the sale of land which shares its name with Canada’s richest city

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What’s In This Week’s Oban Times 18th August 2021

For this week’s paper Sandy has been looking into how the current staycation boom is affecting the West Coast Hospitality industry as well as chatting to Borders Author  Alistair Moffat who’s first novel tells of an adventure that ends in Lochaber. Fiona looks at the current rise in Covid cases and talks to Marion Elkin-Greener about all things mental health related.

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What’s In This Week’s Oban Times 11th August 2021

Britain’s largest cruise ship sails on to the OT front page this week. Iona, with room for 5,200 guests and four swimming pools, anchored off her namesake island this week on her maiden voyage. Kathie also brings us news of work starting on Kerrera’s long-awaited road that will connect northenders to the south of the island and the lifeline ferry service over to the mainland

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What’s in This Week’s Oban Times 28th July 2021

This week’s Oban Times has a cracking gallery of photos from the day that saw the team, including some folks as far away as in Norway and Australia, pulling together to double their combined target to more than £10,000. We also have news of Oban Seil croft DJ MacDougall who is going to pipe five miles from the Bridge Over The Atlantic on Seil to the seafront at Ellenabeich to raise funds for the work of theEasdale branch of Royal British Legion Scotland