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It might be the 21st century but it's still a man's world

In this series, The Oban Times’ resident Cailleach (Gaelic: old woman and, by experience, often a storyteller) looks through archive material for articles and pictures that preserve moments from the past. There is always a back story – and sometimes a future one.

AS I AM flicking through The Oban Times catalogue of photographs, I'm struck by something very stark. There is a complete lack of women who have been involved in politics at a local level.

Or to be very clear, there are few and far between photographs of women who have been involved in politics in Argyll and Bute.

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