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Oban

(ˈəʊbən)
n
(Placename) a small port and resort in W Scotland, in Argyll and Bute on the Firth of Lorne. Pop: 8120 (2001)
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There will be a panel of expert judges for the main award but the public are invited to take part in a blind tasting of entries at Oban Distillery from 1pm to 3pm tomorrow to establish the People's Choice winner.
Iain MacKinnon, station officer of Oban Coastguard, said: "It's thought the plane is in the hillside.
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Rev Michael Edwards said: "is is an exciting time as we are looking forward to our move to Oban Road but it is also tinged with sadness for those who have worshipped, been married, had children dedicated and said farewell to loved ones at Salem.
Those fishing boats are the reason why Oban is regarded as the Scottish seafood capital.
You must take the tiny passenger ferry to the pretty, tiny island of Kerrera, just across the sound from Oban.
One possible daytrip is from Oban to Mull and the colourful village of Tobermory.
It was a long day and everyone cheered when we turned into Oban, nestled in the crook of a sheltered bay.
It's actually basic to or expected of any nation that if you see any capability build-up, we should take the same direction in terms of territorial defense, in terms of the protection of our resources,'' Oban said.
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THE harbour town of Oban lies in the heart of the west coast of Scotland.