A Highland heifer which reigned supreme in the ring at three northern shows this summer won the female championship at yesterday’s breed show in Oban.
Marine equipment, technology and services firm Gael Force Group has set its sights on growth in the international fish farming industry after a year of acquisitions and product development.
It looks like a striking ornament - but this colourful starfish is the scourge of oyster beds.
A major search operation of a Highland loch was launched yesterday afternoon, following a report of a person in the water.
Hundreds gather for shot at becoming world’s leading stone skimmer as Easdale championships hailed a success
Hundreds of people descended on Easdale during the weekend for a shot at glory in the world stone skimming championships.
Major concerns are being raised about spending on Oban's stadium after councillors were asked to consider investing in upgrade proposals - which are already under way.
The search is on to fill the top job at Argyll and Bute Council after it was revealed that the chief executive is leaving.
At first glance it may not appear like the most appealing of delicacies - but the humble sea cucumber could soon be used to feed the world.
Some of Scotland's most beautiful and unusual trees will be celebrated as the Scottish Tree Festival returns for its second year.
Glen Mackintosh, who scored two goals after being out injured for nine weeks to help Newtonmore win the Tulloch Homes Camanachd Cup, is determined to try to make next year’s final – at the age of 41.
Roadworks get under way east of Dalmally on the A85 Oban to Perth road on Monday.
Oban's parking woes are likely to be a major topic at a public meeting to discuss the town's development next week.
Celebrating your 18th birthday is always a major occasion.
It was once a must-see attraction for visitors to Oban.
Calls for an independent inquiry into a flawed parking management exercise on Mull and Iona have been rejected.
A stakeholders group is to be formed to come up with the best ways of improving Oban venue Mossfield Stadium.
Plans to build a £7 million Scottish Marine Industry Training Centre in Oban would attract 80 full time students and hundreds more part-time.
A woman who put her studies on hold to care for her ill mother has finally graduated - and picked up an award at the same time.
A call has been made for specially designed trains to replace 30-year-old models being used on a Highland rail line.
Oban's stadium could be in line for a revamp to secure its future as a concert venue.
A man who jumped from a ferry in an attempt to end his life has bravely opened up about his ordeal and urged others battling depression to seek help.
The first person to graduate with a doctorate from the University of the Highlands and Islands is a microplastics researcher from Wales.
The catchment area of the only catholic school within 80 miles of Oban has been widened after campaigning by parents.
Proposals to change the catchment area of a Catholic school will go before Argyll and Bute Council today.
The relics of a 19th century French saint will be on show across the north during September.
Punters in Oban have one less venue to place a bet as William Hill closed its George Street branch.
In a celebration of west coast distillers, Oban will host a whisky and gin show next month.
A former fire fighter says traffic problems at an Argyll housing estate could have turned a recent blaze into a "nightmare" if it had been one flat further into the scheme.
Women shinty players from Oban have been helping Highland accordionist, broadcaster and former Scotland international shinty star Gary Innes to record a charity single.
An anti fish farm protest planned for this weekend has sparked fears for the safety of those taking part.
Details of a four-year £2million contract for air services will be revealed at the Argyll Islands Strategic Group on Thursday.
A community has come out in support of an Oban family who lost their home to fire.