A cordon was set up around a boat, that had sunk overnight in Oban Bay, due to a risk of pollution.
A traffic-free link has opened along the iconic Caledonia Way in Argyll.
An Argyll property has become the first acquisition of a new Scottish hotels collection being launched by award-winning hotelier Gordon Campbell Gray.
A 63-year-old man has been killed in a two vehicle road accident in Argyll.
They look very familiar - but just a bit smaller than their Forth and Clyde Canal counterparts.
Unsigned acts from all over Scotland are being given the chance to win a slot at Oban Live - Argyll's biggest outdoor music concert.
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.
An Argyll farmer who had his sheep viciously attacked and killed in a gruesome dog attack will share his experience with the Scottish Parliament.
A celebration of the diversity within a west Highland town is being organised to help promote equality for the LGBT community.
Argyll school creates 10 new bursaries to encourage west Highland and Western Isles children to attend
An Argyll boarding school has created 10 special bursaries to encourage West Highland and Western Isles children to attend.
Increasing the council tax by the maximum possible of 4.79% is just one of the measures that Argyll and Bute is proposing to meet its budget gap of £7.9 million.
A gritter driver had a lucky escape after his vehicle went off the road and overturned in sub-zero conditions.
Investigators have published an interim report on the sinking of the Nancy Glen fishing boat, in which two men died.
A west Highland cinema has been awarded not one, but two grants to help renovate its roof and foyer area.
Aspiring island businessmen and women are being asked to think big for some of Scotland’s smallest inhabited islands off the west coast of Mull.
Oban family who lost everything in house fire a week before Christmas ‘overwhelmed’ by community support
A young family whose home was devastated by fire less than a week before Christmas have been inundated with cash, gifts and offers of help.
The first acts have been announced for Argyll's biggest outdoor music event next year.
Councillors in Argyll yesterday heard that the Scottish Government funding allocation for local government could increase the council's funding gap for 2019/20 to around £9 million.
An appeal for information has gone out after a suspected shooting of a sheep on an Argyll estate.
A total of 56 jobs at Argyll and Bute Council could go in the next financial year as it prepares to consider a list of savings options.
It is an island best-known for being connected to the mainland via the famous "Bridge Over the Atlantic".
A farmer at the centre of one of Scotland’s worst-ever cases of dogs attacking livestock has urged politicians to plough ahead with plans to toughen laws.
A couple from Luing have taken on the island’s only shop and post office and saved it from closure.
It is already the biggest schools piping cometition in the world - and this year’s is set to be even bigger, according to organisers.
A firefighter from Argyll who donated his stem cells to a leukaemia patient has been named as a finalist at this year’s Anthony Nolan Supporter Awards (ANSAs).
A mother of a two-year-old child has spoken of her shock to find rat traps dotted around the outside of her flat - with no warning from the landlord.
Transport Minister Michael Matheson will attend a special meeting this week to address problems on a major Argyll trunk road, which was closed for nine days by a landslide last month.
Users of Oban Bay are working to snatch control of the busy harbour from the grasp of a government body.
Two people appeared in Fort William Sheriff Court yesterday afternoon accused of a string of firearms offences, including having sawn-off shot guns and semi automatic weapons.
A contractor has been appointed to carry out expansion work at Oban Ferry Terminal which will allow future development to take place.
After a series of landslides at the Rest and Be Thankful the A83 trunk road in Argyll finally re-opened yesterday.
It was a day for the North in the Silver Pendant competition at the Royal National Mod in Dunoon.