Details of plans for a new school, hotel, pub, shops and houses for a Highland town due to triple in size are being revealed.
Work on a road which is to serve 600 new houses being built at near Oban has been condemned.
A community council has called in police to investigate as it is unable to find £18,000 from the sale of a village hall back in 1988.
A major development which will help Oban to grow was approved by Argyll and Bute Council's planning committee yesterday.
A major planning application to build 300 new affordable houses on the outskirts of Oban has been recommended for approval.
Work on the first phase of a project which will see 600 new homes built between Oban and Dunbeg starts today.
Teaching has been her life and she has the awards to prove it.
The family of an eight-year-old girl who died when she was trapped by logs in an Argyll forest this summer is installing a bench in her memory.
A carer who stole thousands of pounds from vulnerable older people wept as she was jailed for seven months yesterday.
The main road into Oban was closed for several hours yesterday after a lorry leaked what was thought to be acid.
The family of a little girl killed in a horrific accident has thanked the local community for all of the love and support following the tragedy.
The need to recruit more men into childcare was highlighted as a Scottish Government minister opened a newly refurbished nursery yesterday.
A carer who stole thousands of pounds from a 71-year-old disabled man took advantage of him “in a disgraceful way”, a sheriff said yesterday.
There has been an outpouring of support for the family of a little girl killed in a horrendous accident.
A head teacher has paid tribute to a "popular" eight year old pupil who had "enthusiasm and a sense of fun".
The family of an eight-year-old girl who died after being trapped under logs in a forest area have described her as "precious" and "fun-loving".
Oban lifeboat was called out to rescue three people on board a yacht which ran aground near the town on Saturday morning.
Plans for a 600-house development between Oban and its outlying village of Dunbeg were given a seal of approval yesterday.
A masterplan for a 600-house development between Oban and the village of Dunbeg will go before Argyll and Bute Council's planning committee next week.
Residents of Oban and Dunbeg had the chance to discuss plans for a development of 600 new houses which will link the two communities.
The details of a development for 600 new houses between Oban and its neighbouring village of Dunbeg are being revealed for the first time.
An 11-year-old girl climbed a Munro in muddy and wet conditions and canoed across Loch Lomond in memory of the baby sister she never got to meet.
A motorcyclist was taken to hospital last night following a crash with a car on a single track Argyll road.
A woman who caused the death of another motorist after being distracted by her dog has been spared a jail sentence.
A man admitted sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl by touching her bottom and attempting to kiss her.
A woman has admitted causing the death of a fellow motorist by swerving into the path of oncoming traffic - after her dog jumped around the car.
A man has gone on trial accused of sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl on several occasions.
A man and his child escaped injury this morning after their car was forced off an Argyll road.
Argyll's thriving marine science sector is to benefit from a range of road improvements planned at a nearby village.
A £2.75million road widening scheme to improve access to Dunbeg village near Oban and allow expansion of the thriving marine science businesses there, took an important step forward yesterday.
One of the first projects in a £20million package of infrastructure upgrades in the Oban area is poised to start.