A housing association has completed its first new build development in Kilmartin.
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.
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.
Vulnerable and elderly people in Oban are being forced to walk right across town or pay for taxis just to top up their electricity meters.
An international search is underway for a Scottish tycoon whose yacht has been found washed-up on a reef in the Red Sea.
Search and rescue teams are today searching the area surrounding Glen Duror after reports of concern for a person were received in the area on Sunday.
Police in Argyll are appealing for information from members of the public over a possible concern for a person near Glen Duror.
Patrick Stewart MBE, Lord-Lieutenant of Argyll and Bute, has been given the Royal Victorian Order CVO.
It all started with a simple, one-night-a-week youth club.
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.
Returning SNP MP Brendan O'Hara has admitted he is "extremely worried" for the future of Argyll and Bute.
Innovative landslip mitigation measures installed at the notorious Rest and Be Thankful have been successful in preventing a 300-tonne landslide from reaching the roadside.
The SNP held on to Argyll and Bute after Brendan O'Hara won with 21,040 votes.
A community group seeking to convert a derelict farm into a vibrant outdoor sports centre looks likely to have its bid blocked by councillors.
Two people have been flown to hospital after a serious crash on an Argyll road.
Festival organisers, shintys clubs and other users of Oban's stadium are pitching their ideas on ways to upgrade it.
Argyll's famous ceilidh group Skerryvore has unveiled plans for a one-day festival at Inveraray Castle to celebrate its 15th anniversary.
Attempts could be made to claw back unused lairs as a "crisis" looms in Argyll over lack of burial spaces.
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 mother of a teenage girl with autism who was turned away from a local resource centre is celebrating after her petition received massive local support.
The fleet of gritters in Argyll has increased as the local authority took delivery of 17 new vehicles.
A renewable energy firm in Argyll and Bute has announced it will cut up to three-quarters of its workforce, despite recording pre-tax profits of £7.1 million last year.
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 teenager with autism says she has been left "feeling unwanted" after her local resource centre refused to let her join activities there.
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.
Scotland's first closed-road rally returns to Mull after a two-year break this weekend.