A restaurant famed for being the first haggis producer on the isle of Mull is hoping to expand.
Argyll and Bute Council
A new plan which aims to encourage people who wish to grow their own food is to go out for public consultation.
Work is underway on a new council roads depot for Oban after the previous one burned down.
Parents in Argyll and Bute are being urged to find out if their children qualify for free school meals.
A funding pot of £90,000 is being made available to help pay for events and festivals in Argyll and Bute.
Around a million square feet of road will be treated throughout Argyll and Bute this summer to reduce the chance of new potholes developing as the weather deteriorates over the winter.
Hollywood blockbusters filmed in Argyll and Bute boosted the region's economy by more than £1 million last year, a report has revealed.
A significant milestone in the regeneration of a lochside village in Argyll has been reached after the local authority re-opened a historic egg shed.
A Highlands and Islands MSP has welcomed action by council officials to clean up a picturesque graveyard.
A island-wide community group have asked Argyll and Bute Council to drop a proposed £9 per day parking charge, by using a social justice Advocate.
A row has erupted over a lighting scheme for a historic island village which has been described as second-rate by some residents.
A community group has vowed to challenge a council decision to introduce a £9-per-day parking charge.
Projects in Oban and Tobermory are to benefit from £1.2 million of cash set aside by the Scottish Government to improve town centres.
Organisers of Argyll’s biggest annual outdoor live music concert have announced they will not be hosting the event next year amid a dispute with the local authority.
Councillors have backed plans to roll out an unpopular parking charge that will hit islanders making essential journeys to the mainland.
Calls for better payments to foster carers across the north have been made after it emerged that Highland Council is the lowest provider of allowances across the nation when it comes to children under the age of 11.
Work on a brand new visitor experience on Islay as part of a wider multi-million-pound investment is to get underway in the coming weeks after planners gave the development their seal of approval.
One school has been shut down in a north or north-east community every two months on average during the public spending squeeze in the last decade.
Local authorities in the north and north-east will soon be raising more than £1 billion each year in extra revenue as they hike charges and fees to help plug funding gaps.
In the first part of this week’s P&J series on local government finance, Calum Ross today finds out how council workforces have shrunk in recent years.
The only Catholic primary school within an 80-mile radius of Oban could soon expand its catchment area.
The site of a council roads depot which burned down in Oban is to be vacated to make way for new development.
The roads infrastructure on the isle of Mull is to receive a £1 million facelift.
The design and build of a new flooding scheme to protect homes and businesses in Oban could get under way in 2022.
A burst water pipe at one of the last greenfield areas in Oban has shown the site cannot cope with a new housing development, objectors have claimed.
Lifeline flights from Oban Airport to the Argyll isles are in jeopardy, signalling “disaster” for fragile island communities.
Increasing the council tax by the maximum possible of 4.79% is just one of the measures that Argyll and Bute is proposing to meet its budget gap of £7.9 million.
A study aiming to find a long term solution to a Highland coastal town’s flooding problems has begun - and is expected to be completed later this year.
Community representatives on Mull and Iona have written to Argyll and Bute Council demanding it take action over the poor condition of Craignure Pier.
Work on a road which is to serve 600 new houses being built at near Oban has been condemned.