The Oban Times - - FRONT PAGE -

Hit­ting heights

AN ARGYLL regis­trar went to ex­tra­or­di­nary heights to make sure an English cou­ple’s wed­ding dream could be re­alised. Full story – page three.

A cut above

ELEVEN kind-hearted girls have had their flow­ing locks chopped to pro­vide real-hair wigs for the Lit­tle Princess Trust. Full story – page four.

Stay Alive on A85

THE can­di­dates for elec­tion to Argyll and Bute Coun­cil throw their weight be­hind the Oban

Times cam­paign to im­prove safety on the A85. Full story – page five.

‘The best yet’

THE an­nual Ryan MacPhail me­mo­rial din­ner was hailed as the most suc­cess­ful in the event’s his­tory, with £13,000 raised for good causes. Full story and pic­ture special – page six.

Trib­ute paid

A KINS­MAN of Oban sol­dier Pri­vate Hugh MacLean has laid a wreath at his French war grave to mark the 100th an­niver­sary of his death, aged 21, dur­ing the First World War. Full story – page seven.

Mull Mu­sic Fest

CATCH up with ev­ery­thing at the Mull Mu­sic Festival as the faith­ful par­tied hard. Full story and pic­ture special – pages 12 and 13.

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