A piece of ground in the Glencruitten area of Oban is likely to be made available for a housing association to build 100 affordable homes.
Argyll and Bute Council
A plea has gone out to the 200 islanders on Coll to step forward and help save the local air service by taking safety jobs at the airport.
Major concerns are being raised about the congestion in Oban town centre as residents fear emergency services could become trapped in traffic during a 999 call.
Projects along the north coastline will share £1.158million of funding allocated to Argyll and Bute from the Scottish Government’s Crown Estates Fund.
Mull Rally, Tiree Wave Classic and Oban Games are some of the cultural events to share a funding pot of £90,000.
A lack of burial spaces in Argyll has prompted the local authority to look at ways of coping in the future.
Investment in Argyll and Bute’s roads continues to improve the network, latest surveys show.
Education bosses across the north are preparing for new rules which will see fruit juice taken off the menu in all schools.
A community group seeking to convert a derelict farm into a vibrant outdoor sports centre looks likely to have its bid blocked by councillors.
Attempts could be made to claw back unused lairs as a "crisis" looms in Argyll over lack of burial spaces.
Plans are being organised to replace the ageing Lismore passenger ferry as it will fail to meet new safety regulations being introduced in coming years.
Approval is being sought for a business case to spend £1.5milllion improving Lochgilphead town centre in Argyll.
A binman on Mull who found social media fame with his scenic pictures of the island has been caught up in a driving row.
The Syrian refugee families who have been re-homed in Bute have seen a real improvement in their health in year four of the resettlement programme.
The top job at Argyll and Bute Council has been filled.
Residents of an Argyll town are meeting to discuss flood defences.
Health experts have issued a food safety warning after 20 tonnes of salmon went missing in the aftermath of a road crash.
The fleet of gritters in Argyll has increased as the local authority took delivery of 17 new vehicles.
Communities on Mull and Iona have demanded an urgent independent inquiry into a flawed parking management exercise carried out by Argyll and Bute Council.
Members of the public in Argyll are being asked about which council services they feel are priorities, as the authority tackles a £9.2 million funding gap for the next financial year.
A public hearing has been arranged to debate controversial plans for a new building in one of Scotland's most picturesque towns.
A project to create a new shop and visitor centre in one of Scotland's most recognisable towns have been backed by locals - despite planning chiefs raising flood concerns.
A budget consultation has been launched by Argyll and Bute Council as it looks to save £9.2million by cutting jobs and transferring ferry services to the Scottish Government.
Some "valued" services are facing the axe as Argyll and Bute Council announced it expects to make savings of £9.2 million in the next financial year.
Argyll's landscape has attracted fashion shoots, dramas and documentaries to be filmed in the area this year.
Coastal communities across the north and north-east will benefit from millions of pounds in funding to enhance their local areas.
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.
Oban's parking woes are likely to be a major topic at a public meeting to discuss the town's development next week.
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.