Loch group face court le­gal costs

The Oban Times - - News -

THE coun­cil is wait­ing to hear how much it will re­ceive in le­gal costs fol­low­ing the ju­di­cial re­view raised by Friends of Loch Etive (FoLE).

FoLE claimed per­mis­sion to ex­pand a Dawn­fresh fish farm had been granted un­law­fully and took Ar­gyll and Bute coun­cil to the Court of Ses­sion.

A coun­cil spokesman said: ‘ The coun­cil is cur­rently pre­par­ing an ac­count of le­gal costs for re­cov­ery from FoLE.’

Set­ting the scene for Holy­rood MSPs

AR­GYLL-based artist, Jolomo, John Lowrie Mor­ri­son, has gifted four paint­ings to the Scot­tish par­lia­ment.

He was ac­com­pa­nied at the pre­sen­ta­tion on Tues­day by High­lands and Is­lands MSP, Jamie McGrigor.

Mr McGrigor said: ‘It is great to see paint­ings of Machri­han­ish, Tober­mory and Iona in the art col­lec­tion.’

Town in mourn­ing over Alan’s death

THE death of Oban res­tau­ra­teur Alan MacLeod on Thurs­day has been met with sad­ness through­out the town’s busi­ness com­mu­nity.

The loss of Alan, an ac­tive and out­spo­ken ad­vo­cate of the sea­side town, will be deeply felt through­out the west coast. Turn to page nine for full story.

Ra­dio trib­ute for ac­cor­dion­ist Colin

OBAN FM ra­dio sta­tion paid trib­ute to ac­cor­dion­ist, Colin Camp­bell, on Tues­day evening with a show ded­i­cated to the town mu­si­cian.

Colin, who died on Septem­ber 6, was revered in tra­di­tional Scot­tish mu­sic cir­cles.

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