Oban RNLI lifeboat was called to assist a yacht dragging its anchor in Craignure bay on the Isle of Mull yesterday.
A light aircraft crashed as it attempted to take off at Oban Airport yesterday, nearly ending up in the water.
Emergency services have been called to Oban Airport where an aircraft has crashed.
Jail sentence handed to sex beast who drugged and brutally raped two victims – including one at a flat in Oban
A sex beast who drugged his two victims - including one at a flat in Oban - before brutally raping them has been jailed for 12 years.
A set of enchanted bagpipes which were played at Bannockburn will make music for only the fourth time in 200 years at a clan gathering in Oban this month.
Online holiday accommodation giant AirBnB has been urged to issue “responsible tourism” advice for guests visiting the Highlands - particularly for drivers tackling narrow roads such as on the NC500 route.
Oban lifeboat came to the aid of a stricken yacht off Lismore on Saturday night.
The biggest vessel yet to call at Oban’s new pontoons - a super yacht owned by a billionaire hedge funder - has berthed in the town.
A 64 year-old female swimmer has died after failing to return home from her dip at Loch Caolisport near Ormsary.
Slowly but surely the familiar red bricks of the old Oban High School building have been coming tumbling down this week.
A 25-year-old man was yesterday convicted of stalking a 16-year-old girl and her parents in the Oban area.
Users of Oban Bay have expressed concerns at plans by the government body which owns the ferry terminal to take control of the entire bay.
A man has died following a quad bike accident in Argyll.
Celebrity chefs Gordon Ramsay and Gino D’Acampo created a buzz around Oban when they arrived with First Dates star Fred Siriex to film in the area.
Argyll and Bute Council is investigating claims that children are playing with pieces of asbestos on an Oban beach.
Major plans to create more space at Oban ferry terminal allowing for future development and alleviating traffic congestion in the town have been revealed.
A chemistry teacher convicted of sexually assaulting an 18-year-old woman in a shop was admonished by a sheriff yesterday.
A former army cadet who pled guilty to being in possession of an airgun without a certificate was admonished at Oban Sheriff Court yesterday.
People in Oban are being asked for their views and experiences of flooding in an open consultation session to be held next week.
Communities will be able to bid for cash from a special fund to tackle marine plastic waste, it was announced yesterday.
A drive to raise £500,000 in six weeks to help seal the deal on a new multimillion pound cultural centre for Oban began at the weekend.
With its stunning sandy beach, Ganavan at Oban was once seen as the jewel in the crown of the popular seaside town.
The A82 outside Bridge of Orchy has closed following a two-vehicle collision.
With the school summer holidays just around the corner, panicking parents will be wondering how to entertain the children over the next few weeks.
Nine of Scotland’s top 15 destinations on the popular online hospitality service ‘Airbnb’ are in the Highlands and the north-east, bringing millions of pounds to local economies.
Passengers of the Caledonian Sleeper will be able to explore the wonders of the west coast as a direct bus connection is reintroduced.
Oban’s new pontoon development for visiting yachts and cruise ships has become such a success that it is being considered for expansion.
The father of a fisherman lost at sea told a fatal accident inquiry yesterday he hopes lessons can be learned from his son’s death - and claimed the boat owner refused to lift the vessel for reasons of “self-protection”.
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.
Almost 8,000 revellers descended on Argyll over the weekend for Oban Live.
A fishing boat that sank causing the death of a father-of-four was uninsured, a fatal accident inquiry heard yesterday.
A retired inspector for the Marine Coastguard Agency (MCA) gave evidence at the Fatal Accident Inquiry yesterday of a fisherman who was lost at sea.