Work on a road which is to serve 600 new houses being built at near Oban has been condemned.
A young driver who skidded off the road and crashed into a sign near a primary school has been banned from driving for three months.
A marine engineer who was working in Oban assaulted a member of hotel staff after trying to charge alcohol to his account.
A husband has spoken of his sadness after mindless vandals threw a memorial bench dedicated to his late wife over a sea wall, smashing it to pieces.
Fishing representatives, anglers and community groups have called on the Scottish Government to take urgent measures to protect coastal waters.
Chilling predictions have been made for Arctic polar bears and other large predators by an Oban scientist.
A west Highland cinema has been awarded not one, but two grants to help renovate its roof and foyer area.
A call has been made for a major review of Oban’s struggles with drug addiction after it emerged the local health partnership has lost track of the scale of the problem.
Work to renovate the main building in a £3million project to create The Rockfield Centre in Oban will begin early this year.
Navigation on the high seas can be tricky at the best of times, but the crew at Oban Lifeboat Station utilised their navigational aids at the weekend to spread festive joy and cheer.
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.
Museums Galleries Scotland (MGS) have announced the details of its 15 projects across Scotland that are set to take a share of the organisations £466,000 development fund.
The first acts have been announced for Argyll's biggest outdoor music event next year.
A man has been charged after a spectator was allegedly attacked at a children’s shinty tournament.
Oban’s new high school building and surroundings is on schedule to be completed by February.
A standalone Gaelic Medium Education school for Oban is not a viable option, Argyll and Bute Council decided yesterday.
Calls are being made for stricter regulation of the scallop dredging industry after footage was captured of a protected seabed near Oban which has been illegally dredged.
An Oban man who broke into his former employer’s home and smashed up his TV, and took both his car and quad bike without permission in a dispute over wages, was fined £1,150 at Oban Sheriff Court yesterday.
Coucillors are set to debate the potential closure of a primary school just outside Oban which has been unused as a school since 2014.
Two main roads in Argyll which lead to the central belt could be in for major development as the council makes a multi million pound bid to the Scottish Government.
A community operated trust could take control of Oban Harbour and some of its major assets to boost its economic viability.
Oban’s successful 10-day winter festival came to a noisy finale last night with a firework’s display and musical parade.
Residents of a rat-infested block of flats in Oban are furious after receiving letters that their indoor drying areas are to be locked forever due to antisocial behaviour.
The owner of a popular seafood eaterie was furious yesterday when a council placed a row of commercial bins in front of his restaurant windows.
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.
Police are on site of a two-vehicle crash outside Oban.
Users of Oban Bay are working to snatch control of the busy harbour from the grasp of a government body.
A day of Remembrance services across the Highlands and Islands yesterday served as a powerful reminder of war and of those who had fallen.
Talks have taken place between the Oban business community and council representatives after a new parking regime threatened to chase away tourists.
More than £12,000 has been awarded to light up Oban and Tobermory this Christmas.
A contractor has been appointed to carry out expansion work at Oban Ferry Terminal which will allow future development to take place.
Creatures living in the deepest parts of the ocean have been feeding on microplastic particles for at least four decades, a study by Oban scientists has revealed.