A busy week continued for Oban Lifeboat, which was launched to assist a yacht with engine failure, west of Kerrera.
Despite the weekend being earmarked for Oban lifeboat’s annual open day, the crew were not allowed any respite after being called out three times over the course of the weekend.
Maggie Packer's life isn't strictly for the birds.
A coastguard rescue team and the RNLI lifeboat from Oban have been launched to assist a student with a suspected dislocated leg on the Isle of Kerrera.
The Argyll islands of Mull and Kerrera will get a £475,740 share from Scottish Land Fund’s latest £770,255 pot.
Nestled in beautiful Oban Bay, Kerrera has all the joys of island life, yet it is just a short trip to the mainland.
A brave group of 25 swimmers took part in the annual Kerrera to Oban open water swim on Saturday.
A piece of Oban’s history has been found in the vault of a local solicitors office.
If you are in Oban and fancy a slightly different vibe, why not take a trip across the bay to the restaurant at Kerrera’s marina for a nautical feel.
An accidental mistake by a passenger caused a 102ft tall ship to be towed by Oban lifeboat yesterday morning.
One of Scotland's shortest ferry crossings, which links the isle of Kerrera in Oban Bay to the mainland town, is to be operated by CalMac.
A design is to be drawn up for the first road on the isle of Kerrera.
This island has been split in two because it doesn’t have a proper road network… That might be about to change
It is a small Argyll island that has always been split in two by the lack of a proper road network.
The population of a tiny Argyll island exploded at the weekend after hundreds of people swam onto its beaches.
The ferry service to the island of Kerrera in Oban Bay is now more reliable in bad weather thanks to a £1.7million investment.
A sparsely-populated Argyll island still gets weekly bin collections and does not have to separate their waste for recycling, it has emerged.
The catchment area for an Oban primary school is likely to be changed to take in pupils from a small island in the town's bay.
A small west coast island is to receive a £1.7million investment to improve its ferry berthing facilities.
A ground survey is to be carried out on Kerrera island off Oban as part of a plan to lay its first public road which could cost up to £1million - or about £30,000 per head of population.
Oban Lifeboat went to the aid of a stricken yacht this morning.
More than 600 competitors took part in the Craggy Island Triathlon on the isle of Kerrera at the weekend.
Oban Bay will be a hive of activity as two major events are taking place this weekend.
Plans for a new road which will link the two communities on either side of an Argyll island for the first time have passed a major milestone.
Oban lifeboat was called out yesterday morning after a drifting kayak was spotted off the west Argyll coast.