The company which makes the famous Isle of Mull Cheese is to build a housing development for its workers.
Argyll and Bute Council
Storm conditions and wind speeds of up to 60mph have brought chaos to ferry services this morning.
One of the first projects in a £20million package of infrastructure upgrades in the Oban area is poised to start.
The impact of the Great War on the people and communities of Argyll and Bute is poignantly described on a new website.
Chairman of the new Argyll and Bute Economic Forum is Sky plc chairman Nick Ferguson.
Argyll and Bute Council has vowed to "vigorously contest" a court action by restaurant owners in Oban that could delay a multimillion-pound project to improve the seafront.
A major near £20million investment in infrastructure projects in and around Oban that it is hoped will attract £100million of private investment was agreed yesterday.
A council backed out of a plan to ban election posters on its property today.
A campaign has been launched against a plan by Argyll and Bute Council to stop people putting election posters on its lamp posts.
Work on a smart new public space for Oban begins on Monday.
Safety concerns over shipping in busy Oban Bay has led to the port being brought under the control of one harbour authority for the first time.
Election posters on council lamposts and road signs could soon be a thing of the past in Argyll and Bute after councillors today voted to ban them.
Snow has also caused disruption across Argyll and Lochaber this morning.
The transformation of Oban's seafront will move a step forward this week with contractors to meet the public to discuss their plans.
A campaign group which claims the planning permission for a fish farm on a Highland loch is unlawful is taking its case to the Court of Session.
Local businesses are being encouraged to find out how they can benefit from Argyll and Bute council's multi-million pound new schools programme.
A £23million investment in the roads of Argyll and Bute has been hailed as a "huge success".
A public hearing is to take place into a windfarm that could earn an MSP millions of pounds after its refusal was appealed.
Plans to carry out the Scottish Government's plans for free school meals for younger children hit a major snag in Argyll.
Two separate wind turbines being proposed by businesses in Argyll were refused planning permission yesterday.
Work on a major makeover for Oban's seafront should be ready to start early in the New Year now that a contractor has been appointed.
Two separate wind turbines being proposed by businesses in Argyll have been recommended for refusal by planners.
Plans to turn a former school into a creative hub are to be revealed to the public.
The layout of the proposed new £30million Oban High School is going on public display next week.
Planning watchdogs are being asked to investigate Argyll and Bute Council in a row about an island heritage centre.
Four teenagers ransacked a council depot following a drinking session and left a £2,000 trail of destruction in their wake.
A row between an airport operator and a fuel supplier is preventing emergency helicopters from re-fuelling at Oban at night.
Heavy rain overnight has led to disruption on roads throughout Argyll.
Christmas has apparently started early in Argyll this year.
A car park in Oban town centre has been completely submerged following heavy rain.
Building a prosperous future for Argyll and Bute and looking at ways of increasing the population will be the focus of an economic summit next week.
A by-election is taking place for the Oban North and Lorn ward of Argyll and Bute Council on Thursday.