A married barman who raped a teenage girl in bushes near a music and conference venue has been jailed.
A Gofundme campaign has raised £5,155 and counting to help a Benderloch couple left homeless after a landslide flattened their new house.
Jonathan Barton, 41, was accused of a total of eight sexual offences against eight girls at a dance school on Argyll and Bute between 2004 and 2019
Oban community council convenor Frank Roberts said he felt “duped” by a reassuring council letter in response to concerns about the bad timing of Argyll and Bute’s formal public consultation on the future management of Oban Bay
The Benderloch community rallied around last weekend to support the village’s Christmas lights switch-on and inaugural tractor run.
Del Amitri, Sharon Shannon and Elephant Sessions among first names revealed for Outer Hebridean music festival
In Argyll & Bute, 46,175 payments worth £5,854,385 have been paid out to help tackle child poverty – with over £450 million issued across Scotland.
Scotland offers the most generous package of support anywhere in the UK: a £7,500 grant for switching to a heat pump or other clean heating, with £9,000 for rural homes; and similar help available for households undertaking energy efficiency work.
Over four performances, the Spotlight Musical Theatre Group thrilled audiences with colourful and interactive renditions of ‘Mother Hubbard and the Magic Purse’.
Around 40 Northern Lighthouse Board (NLB) workers have secured a pay rise after an unanimous vote by Unite the Union members.
Alan Crawford was a member of the 1973 Camanachd Cup-winning team.
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The talented young Gaels came together to produce a four-track EP at the renowned Watercolour Music studio which happens to be right on their doorstep.
The aim of Ragtag is to enhance and sustain the environment by recycling textiles – diverting this waste from landfill sites and creating new products using traditional hand-crafted techniques.
Heather Thomas-Smith runs Heathery Heights, an outdoor adventure and discovery company based in Lochgilphead, offering guided walking adventures, outdoor activities, training, and experiences.
Travel in Time – Lochaber Series is supported by the West Highland Museum and the Year of Stories 2022 Community Fund.
Let’s prepare to grow older and live, not just exist.