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“Unintended consequences” of supporting people element of budget settlement recognised by COSLA 27/01/2011
“Eaconomaidh làn chothroman” ann an Earra-ghàidheal is Bhòid 05/11/2014
‘Tweet-a-thon’ launches more information on early years 03/03/2014
‘The children really touch a place in your heart’ 04/12/2018
‘Kit and the Caboodle’ – The Story of Football in Campbeltown 12/06/2012
‘Innovative practice’ highlighted at Port Ellen Primary School 11/02/2014
‘Father of the iPod’ surprises Dunoon Grammar pupils with support 27/03/2017
£8.6m investment for Dunoon waterfront one step closer 07/02/2012
£5m - £27million funding gap over next three years 09/02/2018
£500,000 fund to attract businesses and residents 18/08/2016
£500,000 boost for small business growth in Argyll and Bute 07/03/2019
£400,000 will support development of 24/7 health care at home 28/04/2015
£3million boost for Argyll and Bute Council’s Rothesay Pavilion renovation 03/02/2015
£360,000 awarded to grow Argyll and Bute Council’s cultural sector 02/11/2017
£300,000 of Campbeltown CHORD funds for Campbeltown Town Hall 01/07/2013
£3.75 million Money Skills Argyll service launched 18/08/2017
£3.4m success for welfare team 18/05/2017
£3 million spent on improving schools 03/09/2012
£250,000 Sustrans funding for Rosneath walking and cycling path 04/08/2017
£2.5 million construction boost for Campbeltown town centre 19/12/2014
£2.2million boost for Campbeltown’s historic town centre will protect 70 jobs 30/03/2015
£2.2 million Euro boost puts wind in Scotland’s sails 14/07/2011
£2 million regeneration of Inveraray buildings complete 08/11/2017
£18.9million Lorn Arc investment programme taking shape 22/01/2015
£150,000 made available for small businesses 16/08/2018
£14 million target success for Rothesay Pavilion 03/10/2017
£100 to Act Alfresco 04/09/2014
£10.6 million contract to restore iconic Rothesay Pavilion awarded 28/11/2017
£10,000 fine for Campbeltown hotel partnership for health and safety breach 22/11/2012
£1.6 million spend on Islay, Jura and Colonsay infrastructure during 2019 22/05/2019