During the Oban launch of a book on the life of George Orwell, its author got a big surprise when a former neighbour of the novelist turned up.
The image of Luing cattle is entwined with the challenging land of their Hebridean heritage, but breed enthusiasts visiting Fife next week will find evidence they are just as suited to the gentler climes of the East Neuk.
Two emergency call outs on Wednesday meant one vilunteer at Oban Lifeboat Station reached his 500th shout.
A couple from Luing have taken on the island’s only shop and post office and saved it from closure.
A day of Remembrance services across the Highlands and Islands yesterday served as a powerful reminder of war and of those who had fallen.
‘Owner should have ensured fishing boat was seaworthy’ says Procurator Fiscal during FAI into death of Argyll fisherman
The owner of a small fishing boat, whose sinking led to the death of a father-of-three, should have ensured it was in a seaworthy condition.
A naval architect told a fatal accident inquiry yesterday that he believed a leaky hatch caused a small fishing boat to sink, leading to the death of the only person on board.
A fishing boat that sank causing the death of a father-of-four was uninsured, a fatal accident inquiry heard yesterday.
People are being offered the chance to build their own home on an Argyll island.
On the Inner Hebridean island of Luing there’s a rather special property, one which is only yards from the sea and enjoys stunning, far-reaching views across the Sound of Luing to the Garvellachs, the Island of Belnahua and Fladda Lighthouse.
A quartet of newborn seal pups had to be rescued from islands off the west coast after being separated from their mothers during storms.
The father of a fisherman lost at sea fears that a Fatal Accident Inquiry will not produce answers about what happened to his son.
Parking restrictions are being introduced to allow school buses to turn safely at an Argyll ferry port.
A cattle breed with much to celebrate in 2016 is the Luing whose society is marking its 50th anniversary with a series of events including an open day on the west coast island where it all started.
They used to have to balance on a windowsill in the attic to receive texts.
The family of a fisherman missing at sea are taking legal steps to have him officially declared dead.
A Fatal Accident Inquiry is to be held into death of a fisherman lost at sea.
A plaque in memory of an Argyll fisherman lost at sea has been put up by the Fishermen's Mission as the third anniversary of the tragedy approaches.
A new community facility and visitor centre on one of Scotland's slate islands in Argyll has been recognised with a prestigious award.
A Pensioner was killed when her car plunged into the sea at a ferry slipway.
Emergency services are at the scene of a small island ferry slipway where a car is in the sea.
An exhibition of slate mosaics in the new Atlantic Islands Centre in Argyll is going down a storm with visitors and locals.
The first series of summer events at the newly opened £1.3million Atlantic Islands Centre on Luing has proved a hit.
The newly opened £1.3million Atlantic Islands Centre on the tiny Argyll island of Luing is to hold its first major festival.
Residents of an Argyll island turned out in force at the weekend to celebrate the official opening of a new community centre.
Planning watchdogs are being asked to investigate Argyll and Bute Council in a row about an island heritage centre.
A call to a grounded yacht was Oban Lifeboat's ninth call-out in 11 days.