An entire west coast village fishing fleet was out in force yesterday searching for two men lost at sea, after a prawn trawler went down just outside the harbour.
New evidence has emerged in the death of an Argyll prawn fisherman whose body has never been found, a court heard yesterday.
A driver killed a grandmother in a “catastrophic” crash at a notorious accident blackspot in Argyll.
An Argyll oyster farm owner who “loved” his job has died after being pulled from freezing waters while working in a North Argyll loch.
A 47-year-old cyclist was killed on New Year’s Day after being in an accident with a car on a Highland road.
The seaside town of Oban may well be popular with visitors in its own right - but one local resident is doing more than his bit to attract tourists.
A remarkable eight-year-old boy has been giving away all of his pocket money to help hungry children across the world.
An Oban grandmother says she is “lucky to be alive” after being seriously injured in a hit-and-run in the United States.
Argyll councillors yesterday agreed to introduce charges at two Oban car parks - despite a last-ditch attempt to derail the plans.
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.
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.
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.
Artist John Lowrie Morrison is to receive a lifetime achievement award at a ceremony celebrating the success of Scots with a connection to London.
Access to housing and digital connectivity were two major issues identified as key to a thriving rural economy yesterday.
An island community which wants to transform telephone boxes into welcoming tourist hubs is among 100 groups sharing £677,936 of lottery cash.
Oban could soon being joining the ranks of Portree, Fort William, Inverness, Glasgow and Edinburgh in getting its own Gaelic school.
Two teenagers hit the right note with the judges at the Mod yesterday as they picked up prizes for their solo singing.
Motorists are being warned to approach with care a road accident on the A816 Oban to Lochgilphead road.
Oban will continue to be a Business Improvement District (Bid) town after Bid4Oban announced it has been successful in its ballot.
A private care company is pulling out of Oban following reports of missed visits to people in need.
The main road into Oban was closed for several hours yesterday after a lorry leaked what was thought to be acid.
A Christian charity which has devised a pilgrimage route from Dalmally in Argyll to the holy island of Iona has called for infrastructure improvements on part of the walk.
“Serious concerns” at Highland care home after inspection reveals not enough hot water to bathe residents
Residents at a Highland care home are unable to bathe regularly as there is not enough hot water - despite inspectors repeatedly flagging up the issue.
An eight-year-old girl from Tiree will be seen on televisions hundreds of times all over Scotland in the coming months.
He is the chairman of the board and is going to be a star in more ways than one.
Health and safety chiefs have launched a probe after concerns were raised in a small island village that contractors may have left asbestos dust in the streets.
A “truly special” young girl from Islay has lost her 13 year battle with cancer.
Oban’s home care crisis was highlighted at a council meeting yesterday - where it was revealed that visits have been missed and people left without support.
Raising a baby while working part time is a tough enough job in itself.