Thousands of opponents have signed a petition calling for the abandonment of plans to impose significant new parking charges on Mull.
Its books are part of the history of Scotland and attract thousands of missionaries every year.
The demolition of a shop on the isle of Iona could be supervised by archaeologists so that any human remains uncovered in the historic conservation area can be avoided or excavated.
The Iona Community charity has invited people from around the globe to aid in its quest to secure £500,000 by the end of the year to safeguard its presence on the remote Hebridean isle.
The tiny island of Ulva will move into public ownership next month.
A Christian charity which has devised a pilgrimage route from Dalmally in Argyll to the holy island of Iona has called for infrastructure improvements on part of the walk.
There are ferry delays and then there are ferry delays.
A retired couple who went on a sight-seeing tour of the Highlands were left fuming when they were forced to sit on a coach - for more than ten hours a day.
More young families could soon be attracted to holiday on the holy isle of Iona if plans for a new campsite are given the go-ahead.
An elderly woman who was lost on the isle of Iona earlier today was found safe and well by a coastguard helicopter.
It was a centre of Gaelic monasticism for four centuries and the home of St Columba.
Islanders on Mull and Iona are using World Book Day today to call for the reversal of cuts to their mobile library and school librarian service.
A council is looking at ways to collect berthing fees from boat owners using Iona slipway for free.
More than half a million pounds donated at a glittering ball has allowed some of the north and north-east’s most treasured possessions to be restored to their full glory.
The ferry slipway at the pilgrimage isle of Iona is to be repaired at a cost of £1.2million.
People with an interest in Scottish history are being invited to find out more about a key location in the nation's past by attending a new summer school on the isle of Iona.
Published by Birlinn Press Cast your mind back to 2009 when the P&J carried a story about an Argyll fisherman, John Lamont, who along with his Canadian wife, Carla, planned to open their own restaurant on their seven acre croft at Bruach Mor, near Fionnphort, on Mull.
Plans to carry out the Scottish Government's plans for free school meals for younger children hit a major snag in Argyll.
Schoolchildren at two tiny island schools could be fed lunches prepared at a nearby hotel as the Scottish Government moves to introduce free meals for the youngest pupils.