Plans for an extension to the UK’s highest restaurant will be considered next month.
They stand at just 27ins tall - but they make a big impression wherever they go.
The only Catholic primary school within an 80-mile radius of Oban could soon expand its catchment area.
The site of a council roads depot which burned down in Oban is to be vacated to make way for new development.
Frustration has been voiced at the slow progress in getting a new business park at Oban Airport off the ground.
Nearly £20,000 has been raised for the family who runs the Fair Isle Bird Observatory after their home and possessions were destroyed in the fire that left the renowned research facility in ruins.
North sisters share their story in support of week-long drive to raise awareness of living donations
As sisters they have always been close.
Testing is under way on the new fleet of trains for the Caledonian Sleeper service between London and the north.
Two climbers have died and two have been injured following an avalanche on Ben Nevis today.
The roads infrastructure on the isle of Mull is to receive a £1 million facelift.
Celebrations as Oban’s only playpark to finally reopen one year after its closure due to faulty flooring
Celebrations are under way in Oban at the news that the town's only playpark is to reopen after a whole year of being locked up.
A Danish billionaire has come to the aid of a community-led charity which owns and manages land in north-west Sutherland.
An Inverness lecturer who paints with gunpowder will be back with a bang at an exhibition this week.
A man died in hospital yesterday after being rescued from a Glencoe mountain at the weekend.
The work of Visit Inverness Loch Ness Tourism BID will continue for a further five years following a successful ballot yesterday.
Police have named the man who died in a house fire in Shetland almost two weeks ago as 48-year-old Ross Grant from Lerwick.
Chinese tourists were involved in a crash in wintry conditions high up on one of Scotland's most famous roads yesterday.
Details of the entertainment on offer at one of Belladrum Festival's most popular stages have been unveiled.
The design and build of a new flooding scheme to protect homes and businesses in Oban could get under way in 2022.
Double blow for Wick as Wetherspoon puts pub up for sale while the airport looks to reduce its hours
Wick has been dealt another blow with the news that pub chain Wetherspoon is to close its branch in the town - threatening 30 jobs.
Ullapool Dance is presenting two evenings of entertainment covering both traditional and modern styles.
A new group has been formed to help run the busy Oban harbour as a trust port on behalf of the community.
The memory of a special little boy has been honoured with a generous donation to the special baby care unit at Raigmore Hospital.
Unsigned acts from all over Scotland are being given the chance to win a slot at Oban Live - Argyll's biggest outdoor music concert.
The first ever Oban Pride festival is to take place in May.
Roadworks are to be carried out on the A9 near Tain next month - with disruption being kept to five nights.
A list of the roads to be closed for Inverness half marathon and 5K on March 10 has been announced.
A public inquiry into the controversial Coul Links golf development in East Sutherland gets underway today.
An Oban man admitted behaving in a threatening manner towards a councillor by directing a sexual gesture at her while she was giving evidence in court.
Planning a relaxing spa break and long overdue catch-up with one of my girlfriends, I felt an immediate affinity with Gleddoch House when I learned that it was once the home of the late shipping baron Sir William Lithgow.
An Evanton-based dance company is undertaking a farewell tour of Scotland before closing due to funding cuts.
An Argyll farmer who had his sheep viciously attacked and killed in a gruesome dog attack will share his experience with the Scottish Parliament.