The majority of CalMac ferries were also disrupted yesterday with 22 of their 27 services affected.
An Oban woman has become the new Director of Parkinson’s UK in Scotland and issued a warning about the dramatic rise in the numbers of people suffering from the condition.
Scots pirate hunter Billy Irving and his fiancée Yvonne MacHugh have set a date to wed - just two months after he was freed from an Indian jail on dropped weapons charges.
A man was rescued from freezing waters in a North Argyll loch as temperatures plummeted yesterday.
A Highland care home, where vulnerable residents used to be unable to bathe or shower regularly due to a lack of hot water, has made “significant” improvements.
A West Highland ballet company is to go on tour later this month.
A major bridge, which crosses the River Etive near Oban, is to close for traffic for five nights this month to allow essential electrical work to be carried out.
It was a relationship based on rubbish - but it is much improved now.
Teaching has been her life and she has the awards to prove it.
The seaside town of Oban may well be popular with visitors in its own right - but one local resident is doing more than his bit to attract tourists.
A remarkable eight-year-old boy has been giving away all of his pocket money to help hungry children across the world.
An Oban grandmother says she is “lucky to be alive” after being seriously injured in a hit-and-run in the United States.
Two Scottish brothers are five days into “the world’s toughest row” as they seek to paddle 3,000 miles across the Atlantic.
Ambitions to transform Oban into a coastal university town – on a par with St Andrews – have been revealed.
Argyll councillors yesterday agreed to introduce charges at two Oban car parks - despite a last-ditch attempt to derail the plans.
The family of an eight-year-old girl who died when she was trapped by logs in an Argyll forest this summer is installing a bench in her memory.
A former soldier from Argyll is finally on a plane home to Scotland after being freed from his Indian prison.
A drink driver trying to move his car to get a better view at an Argyll beauty spot drove over a wall and the vehicle ended up on its roof, a court heard.
Kind-hearted youngsters in Oban have attended a Santa’s grotto with a difference.
Freed pirate-hunter Billy Irving could be home within a week, his jubilant fiancee said as he was finally released from an Indian prison.
The fiancee of former soldier turned pirate hunter Billy Irving has said she cannot wait to be a family again now he has finally been freed.
A public hearing could take place to decide the fate of a boat hut built to take disabled people sailing at a Scottish beauty spot.
An Oban businessman who has built a hut near the famous Bridge over the Atlantic to take disabled people boating could be forced to tear it down.
Ditching proposals for a development road which would bypass Oban town centre is just one of the ideas suggested by Argyll and Bute Council for the next Local Development Plan.
As the world commemorated Remembrance Day, army personnel laid a new plaque at the famous Commando Memorial in the Highlands to honour those who died in the Falklands conflict.
A transport body has claimed one of the north’s best-loved and iconic railway lines has been neglected for decades.
Fireworks displays and bonfires are taking place at locations across the Highlands and Islands this weekend.
The death of a sex offender murdered by his cellmate might have been avoided if a “bullying marker” had been added to his killer’s file, a Fatal Accident Inquiry has found.
Access to housing and digital connectivity were two major issues identified as key to a thriving rural economy yesterday.
The impact of Brexit and investment in the fishing industry in the Scottish highlands and islands is to be discussed at a convention this week.
Oban could soon being joining the ranks of Portree, Fort William, Inverness, Glasgow and Edinburgh in getting its own Gaelic school.