Users of the West Highland Line - made famous by the Harry Potter films - can look forward to improved services with the formation of a new review group.
An Oban businessman has been allowed to keep the boat hut he built to take his disabled wife sailing.
Expectations and excitement were high when Oban pupils spent their first day in the brand new £36million high school yesterday.
Drink giant Diageo has predicted a whisky tourism bonanza for the north after unveiling £150million plans for the “biggest single investment” ever seen in the sector.
Two boat loads of rubbish were collected by volunteers from a remote beach on the isle of Mull yesterday.
A Highland Gaelic singer who suffered a severe anaphlactic shock after being stung by a wasp was saved by a member of a neighbouring choir - at an airport miles from home.
The countdown is on for the 35th anniversary of the Highlands and Islands Music and Dance Festival taking place in Oban.
Oban Railway Station staff and nearby businesses have been provided with the access code for a public defibrillator after rescuers were unable to open it in an emergency situation.
Oban’s new £36million high school will officially open its doors to pupils when they return from their Easter break next week.
Railway staff were unable to access the public defibrillator when a man collapsed on the platform at Oban train station.
Holidaymakers in campervans are reaping the benefits of free facilities while stopped overnight at a Highland beach – while local people are forced to pay for parking.
The official handover of the keys to the new Oban North Pier Harbour Building took place yesterday.
Councillors are preparing to make a "morally correct" decision to grant planning permission to an Oban businessman who built a boat hut to take his disabled wife sailing.
Comedian Jason Manford has helped a crowdfunding page set up by an Oban mum raise thousands of pounds.
Towering cliffs and dramatic waterfalls make this Mull beach the ideal stop during snorkeling and dive tours.
An Oban businessman who built a boat hut without planning consent to take disabled people sailing will learn its fate at a public hearing next week.
Three-weekly bin collections are being blamed after a couple spotted a rat climbing up their washing line.
The 35th Highlands and Islands Music and Dance Festival takes place in Oban this year with hopes high for a boost in competitor numbers.
A group of Catholic parents in Argyll have claimed their children are being discriminated against - after being barred from the school bus.
A new linkspan is to be built at Oban ferry terminal and Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL) is seeking a principal contractor.
Shocking proposals to close care homes and privatise services, potentially leaving elderly people looking for new homes and threatening 400 jobs across Argyll and Bute, have emerged.
The final touches for Oban’s new £1.6million harbour building are being completed this week.
A fire aboard a 500-tonne live fish carrying vessel yesterday resulted engine failure and a call-out for a local lifeboat.
A chef who carried out a "vicious" attack on his partner by stabbing her repeatedly with a knife was jailed for four years and four months yesterday.
A former army cadet pleaded guilty to being in possession of an airgun without a certificate yesterday.
High school pupils and staff in Oban are preparing to move into their new £36million building.
A Highland village which is already the location of 29 electricity pylons has launched a campaign against plans to install a further 25 through the area.
A council has been threatened with legal action over its proposals to sell its own aviation fuel at Oban Airport.
A driver who killed an Oban mother-of-three in a head-on crash escaped a jail sentence yesterday.
Oban’s future as a university town was discussed with its residents yesterday at a launch event in the Corran Halls.
A Cal Mac ferry is undergoing repairs after suffering damage in bad weather at the weekend.
An area of hillside spanning about half a mile is on fire in north Argyll.