The wife of a Scottish businessman who lost contact with his family a month ago during a solo sail from Australia has made an emotional appeal for information on his whereabouts.
Argyll and Bute
A lifeboat volunteer had her wedding blessing interrupted after she was called out to an emergency during the celebrations.
Returning SNP MP Brendan O'Hara has admitted he is "extremely worried" for the future of Argyll and Bute.
The SNP held on to Argyll and Bute after Brendan O'Hara won with 21,040 votes.
Brendan O’Hara will return as Argyll and Bute’s MP. Here are the results in full: Brendan O’Hara (SNP) – 21,040 Gary Mulvaney (Conservative) – 16,930 Alan Reid (Liberal Democrat) – 6,832 Rhea Barnes (Labour) – 3,248
An intriguing battle is being fought in Argyll and Bute, one of the largest constituencies in Scotland, where a slender 1,328 majority is being defended by the SNP’s Brendan O’Hara.
Motorists using a stretch of the A83 will next week face a series of road restrictions for resurfacing works.
A 10-year-old boy who helped rescue his mother after she took a plunge during a mountain climb deserves an award, her rescuers said.
A programme aimed at supporting people with mental health issues in Argyll and Bute has won £150,000 funding over the next two years.
The incoming NHS Highland vice chairwoman says "best possible healthcare" is top of the agenda.
Work on rural and minor routes across the north will get underway thanks to more than £3 million from a Scottish Government fund to reduce the impact of timber lorries on the road network.
A three-car smash south of Oban yesterday morning saw one man airlifted to hospital in Glasgow while others were treated for minor injuries at the scene.
Residents living in a north housing estate say they are at their wits' end with overflowing bins.
A north council is having a crackdown on cluttered streets after it removed unauthorised signs and told businesses to get permission before they are put back out again.
Councillors will discuss controversial plans to bring in a £9-a-day parking charge in Mull today.
Argyll's biggest outdoor live music concert is well underway at Mossfield Stadium in Oban.
Queen’s Birthday Honours: Argyll and Bute resident commended for contribution to the local community
A woman from Argyll and Bute has been commended for her contribution to the local community with a British Empire Medal.
For the first time, in 2018, an entire feature film was shot in Argyll and Bute, bringing in an estimated spend of £1,088,500 to the local economy.
One of Scotland's oldest councillors has received a BEM in recognition of his work.
Drinks giant Diageo has hailed reaching a “major milestone” in its plans to bring one of Scotland’s iconic “sleeping” distilleries back to life.
An MSP says he is “horrified” after a rock was thrown through the window of the home of an SNP local councillor while she and her family were asleep in the house.
Highland MSP Donald Cameron has demanded action to protect flights to Coll, Colonsay and Tiree after receiving details of the financial challenges facing the service.
A new traffic-free link connecting two rural communities in Argyll is to open to the public next week following an investment of nearly £2million.
Argyll’s largest outdoor music concert has announced the shortlisted Scottish acts fighting for a place at this year’s Oban Live 2019.
Coucillors are set to debate the potential closure of a primary school just outside Oban which has been unused as a school since 2014.
Dozens of women from across Argyll are to come together this weekend to inspire one another to help turn their lives around.
Thousands of opponents have signed a petition calling for the abandonment of plans to impose significant new parking charges on Mull.
Overnight road surfacing worth £520,000 will take place on the A82 between Tarbet and Crianlarich next month which will see over 4km of the route resurfaced.
One of Scotland’s best loved and oldest wildlife sanctuaries has announced that it will close at the end of October.
Health chiefs are investigating after almost all of their 10,000-strong workforce were not paid their salary as expected yesterday.
A historic lodge, set against a picturesque back-drop of colourful shoreline and with direct access to the glistening waters of Loch Fyne, would make an ideal home for a nature lover.
It was a far cry from the House of Commons when MP Brendan O’Hara joined the Big Lismore Dig as a volunteer to uncover a medieval cathedral dating as far back as the 12th century.