A public hearing could take place to decide the fate of a boat hut built to take disabled people sailing at a Scottish beauty spot.
An Oban businessman who has built a hut near the famous Bridge over the Atlantic to take disabled people boating could be forced to tear it down.
A forestry contractor is “lucky to be alive” after a huge tree he was felling rolled off its stump, crushing his legs and pelvis.
Ditching proposals for a development road which would bypass Oban town centre is just one of the ideas suggested by Argyll and Bute Council for the next Local Development Plan.
The family of a man convicted of one of Scotland’s most notorious murders has hit out at moves to destroy evidence linked to the crime.
Motorists heading north to the west Highlands will face a 50-mile diversion into Argyll this week.
Flooding issues on the A835 Inverness to Ullapool road are to be addressed as a new culvert is built.
Residents in Argyll and Bute are being warned to be aware of scam calls and emails about council tax.
The Isle of Mull ferry was withdrawn from service after it started taking on water.
Fireworks displays and bonfires are taking place at locations across the Highlands and Islands this weekend.
The death of a sex offender murdered by his cellmate might have been avoided if a “bullying marker” had been added to his killer’s file, a Fatal Accident Inquiry has found.
As they prepare to celebrate the life of their teenage son, the parents of Kyle Bruce have warned young drivers to take care on the roads.
A £1.8million project to dig three pits to catch thousands of tonnes of material from landslides at the notorious Rest and Be Thankful in Argyll is underway.
Access to housing and digital connectivity were two major issues identified as key to a thriving rural economy yesterday.
Argyll and Bute’s economy could be £350million worse off as a result of Brexit, it was claimed yesterday.
Thousands of people turned out to protests in Caithness and on Skye at the weekend to campaign against the downgrading of local health services.
The famous Fairy Glen at Rosemarkie has been hit by vandals.
There was relief all round yesterday at Inverness City Football Club as an eleventh hour decision to grant an extension to its lease at Bught Park saved the team from folding.
Oban could soon being joining the ranks of Portree, Fort William, Inverness, Glasgow and Edinburgh in getting its own Gaelic school.
A grave at Thurso Cemetery has been targeted by thieves.
A diver has died after getting into difficulties in the Sound of Mull.
Thousands of fish have died following an outbreak of disease at two fish farms on Lewis.
The Barra teenager who was seriously injured in the Manchester terror attack has returned to school on her home island.
A man was airlifted to hospital yesterday after a crash involving a car and a van closed the A9.
Plans to axe the equivalent of nearly 90 full-time jobs and make millions of pounds worth of cuts have been revealed by Argyll and Bute Council.
The parents of one of two climbers who died on Ben Nevis on St Valentine’s Day last year have made an emotional return to the mountain.
The knitters have arrived.
The landing gear of a small private plane collapsed as it arrived at Kilfinichen private airstrip on the isle of Mull.
As if by magic a family of six were rescued by a “Hogwarts Express” in a remote part of the Highlands yesterday.
The fiancee of a British ex-soldier from Oban jailed in India took her justice campaign to Number 10 yesterday.
An inquiry into a controversial windfarm in a scenic part of Argyll will be held next month.