Concerns at a government body’s plans to take full control of Oban Bay are being discussed at a public meeting.
A Bronze Age burial cist has been discovered at Drumnadrochit near to where two of the stone slab-built graves were previously found.
Tiree Music Festival has kicked off in spectacular style with a sunshine-filled day of music by the island’s famous sandy beaches.
A light aircraft crashed as it attempted to take off at Oban Airport yesterday, nearly ending up in the water.
Emergency services have been called to Oban Airport where an aircraft has crashed.
An accident black spot in Argyll has undergone £1.6 million worth of safety improvements.
The demolition of a shop on the isle of Iona could be supervised by archaeologists so that any human remains uncovered in the historic conservation area can be avoided or excavated.
Bold plans for a striking viewing tower at the award-winning Inverewe Garden in Wester Ross have been unveiled.
A set of enchanted bagpipes which were played at Bannockburn will make music for only the fourth time in 200 years at a clan gathering in Oban this month.
Fire crews revealed they were dealing with a “complex and challenging” incident as they battled for a second day to contain a wildfire in the Highlands.
Oban lifeboat came to the aid of a stricken yacht off Lismore on Saturday night.
Extensive police searches continued in Birsay, Orkney yesterday to trace missing pensioner James Mainland.
A review is being carried out of the air services between Oban and the isles of Coll, Colonsay and Tiree, with changes to timetable and frequency to be part of the discussion.
A body recovered from the shadow of the UK’s highest mountain is believed to be that of a missing David Munro.
The biggest vessel yet to call at Oban’s new pontoons - a super yacht owned by a billionaire hedge funder - has berthed in the town.
A 64-year-old swimmer has died after going for a dip in an Argyll loch.
Thousands of whales and dolphins, including common dolphin super pods recorded from aircraft, have been followed on a new app.
Slowly but surely the familiar red bricks of the old Oban High School building have been coming tumbling down this week.
A 25-year-old man was yesterday convicted of stalking a 16-year-old girl and her parents in the Oban area.
Users of Oban Bay have expressed concerns at plans by the government body which owns the ferry terminal to take control of the entire bay.
Anger has been expressed after it emerged that the RBS mobile banking vans replacing local rate-paying branches across the north don’t have to pay for street trader’s licences.
A man has died following a quad bike accident in Argyll.
Police in the Highlands and Islands are warning drivers to plan their trip home in advance if they want to enjoy a drink this summer.
Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival has been acquired by promoter Kilimanjaro Group.
Celebrity chefs Gordon Ramsay and Gino D’Acampo created a buzz around Oban when they arrived with First Dates star Fred Siriex to film in the area.
Yesterday was the hottest day of this sunshine-filled week with temperatures soaring across the north.
A 73-year-old woman has been killed in a three-car crash on the A9 outside Evanton.
Argyll and Bute Council is investigating claims that children are playing with pieces of asbestos on an Oban beach.
The A9 is closed in both directions at Evanton following a serious three vehicle crash.
Major plans to create more space at Oban ferry terminal allowing for future development and alleviating traffic congestion in the town have been revealed.
A rescue helicopter and three coastguard teams have been sent to St Kilda to help a person in difficulty on cliffs.
‘Owner should have ensured fishing boat was seaworthy’ says Procurator Fiscal during FAI into death of Argyll fisherman
The owner of a small fishing boat, whose sinking led to the death of a father-of-three, should have ensured it was in a seaworthy condition.