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.
The number of men taking part in solo singing competitions is at an all-time low, and steps are being taken by the organisers of the Royal National Mod to increase them.
The Old Military Road local diversion route at the A83 Rest and Be Thankful remained open last night to help reduce disruption while the trunk road remains closed.
The owner of an Oban cafe was killed in a car crash early yesterday.
After a week of misery for motorists in Argyll using a 60-mile diversion as a result of multiple landslides hitting the Rest and Be Thankful, the emergency diversion route opened today.
For the first time in at least 70 years, primary school education is being taught in Gaelic on a west coast island.
Torrential rain brought more travel misery to the Highlands yesterday as Storm Callum arrived, causing further landslides at the Rest and Be Thankful.
Royal National Mod-goers have one last hurdle today before making it to the event in Dunoon - the closure of the main route in.
Extensive flooding and landslides have been causing major problems around Argyll today.
The second death of a pensioner in Oban is now being treated as “suspicious”, police have confirmed.
The minister who played a pivotal role in supporting a fishing community when the Nancy Glen prawn trawler sank has died.
An alleged murder victim who died after an incident in Oban has been named as 73-year-old Martyn Smith.
A man attended court facing a murder charge following the death of an elderly man in Oban.
The “horrific” death of an elderly man following an incident in a quiet residential area of Oban is being treated as suspicious by police.
The death of an elderly man following an incident in a quiet residential area of Oban is being treated as suspicious by police.
An elderly man has been seriously injured in an incident at an Oban housing estate.
A main road in Argyll is closed following a crash involving a car and a motorcycle.
Burial and cremation fees will no longer be charged for children and young people under 18 in Argyll and Bute from next month.
A £2.5million funding gap for next year is being tackled by Argyll and Bute Council.
A telephone box decommissioned by BT has been reinstated after a community campaign.
A plan to enhance Argyll and Bute’s accessibility and appeal as a location for filming has been agreed by councillors.
With the island’s stunning sandy beaches and idyllic lifestyle, the position of minister on Tiree seems like a job made in heaven.
A warning was sent out to owners of self-catering accommodation businesses yesterday to seek legal advice if they are unsure about their factoring responsibilities.
A former drug worker has said Oban needs to wake up to its drug problem after bags of dirty needles were dumped on a construction site.
The first ever footage of a pair of captive bred beavers getting friendly in the wild has been released.
Argyll-based charity Mary’s Meals has received £425,0000 of funding from the People’s Postcode Lottery.
Two “incredibly lucky” newborn wildcats are being nursed back to health by conservationists after they were found orphaned in the Highlands.
An accident black spot in Argyll has undergone £1.6 million worth of safety improvements.
A 64-year-old swimmer has died after going for a dip in an Argyll loch.
The producer of a Hollywood film starring Craig Ferguson and Kathie Lee Gifford being shot in Argyll says he has fallen head over heels in love with the area and praised the warmth of local people.
A new landmark overlooking Loch Etive in Argyll telling an ancient story is to be unveiled on Saturday.