INSIDE YOUR OBAN TIMES THIS WEEK
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.
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.