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.
Argyll and Bute Council
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.
Slowly but surely the familiar red bricks of the old Oban High School building have been coming tumbling down this week.
People in Oban are being asked for their views and experiences of flooding in an open consultation session to be held next week.
An island is on the verge of crisis as it rapidly runs out of plots in which to bury its dead.
With its stunning sandy beach, Ganavan at Oban was once seen as the jewel in the crown of the popular seaside town.
Oban’s new pontoon development for visiting yachts and cruise ships has become such a success that it is being considered for expansion.
A Scottish council is recruiting its first ever Arabic language teacher after Syrian refugees settled on an island.
Around 200 protesters gathered in one of the last greenfield sites in Oban at the weekend to object to developer’s plans to build houses.
Public opposition to a plan to build houses on one of the last greenfield sites in Oban is mounting.
Expectations and excitement were high when Oban pupils spent their first day in the brand new £36million high school yesterday.
Oban’s new £36million high school will officially open its doors to pupils when they return from their Easter break next week.
Councillors are preparing to make a "morally correct" decision to grant planning permission to an Oban businessman who built a boat hut to take his disabled wife sailing.
North councils are facing a demographic “ticking time bomb” that could accelerate cuts and make vital services unsustainable within a few years, according to a new report.
Three-weekly bin collections are being blamed after a couple spotted a rat climbing up their washing line.
A group of Catholic parents in Argyll have claimed their children are being discriminated against - after being barred from the school bus.
The final touches for Oban’s new £1.6million harbour building are being completed this week.
Two high profile feature films have helped rake in £1.35million to Argyll and Bute.
The first uncontested budget at Argyll and Bute Council for four years will see a 3% rise in council tax.
A great-granny says rubbish is making her part of Oban look like a slum after she was driven to clear up other people’s mess in the wake of three-weekly bin collections.
A new hotel or multi-storey car park in Oban town centre could be the best way to create desperately required extra parking, the local authority believes.
A council will have to make “difficult choices” as it faces a worst case scenario of having to find £27million over the next three years.
Pupils will return to an Argyll school today after a fire in the boiler room.
A budget deal has handed councils across the north and north-east a £40million boost – but leaders warned that threat of severe service cuts remained.
Work on the first phase of a project which will see 600 new homes built between Oban and Dunbeg starts today.
Grants for Scottish councils have been re-calculated just weeks before they set their budgets – with Moray and Aberdeen City among the authorities losing out.
A new £250,000 scheme will be unveiled today to help tackle the chronic teacher recruitment problems at rural schools in the north and north-east.
An Argyll businessman who built a boat hut to take disabled people sailing could be forced to tear it down - despite the backing of experts.
Shock new figures show that Highland Council has slashed its workforce by more than a fifth during the public sector spending squeeze – the largest cut in Scotland.
An island community has been dealt a major blow after the Home Office refused to let a Canadian woman fill a key teaching post that has lain vacant for months.
Argyll councillors yesterday agreed to introduce charges at two Oban car parks - despite a last-ditch attempt to derail the plans.
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.