A West Highland region is set for a £100 million cash boost with two huge local projects in the pipeline.
People are being asked to visit a West Highland hospital only if absolutely necessary because of the high prevalence of norovirus in the local community,
The long-awaited M&S Foodhall in Fort William will open its doors to customers at the end of this month.
A transport body has claimed one of the north’s best-loved and iconic railway lines has been neglected for decades.
The life of a teenager, “missed more than words can say”, has been celebrated by fulfilling a promise he didn’t get the chance to keep.
Ambitious plans for a new alloy wheels factory in Fort William will be submitted to Highland Council on Monday.
A Highland community is mourning the loss of a “beautiful girl” whose battle with cancer touched everyone’s hearts.
The speed limit on a section of a notorious Highlands road is to be reduced.
A search continues for a man who left Fort William train station to cycle to his home in Fife four weeks ago.
Plans to prepare the Lochaber smelter site ahead of the construction of the proposed new alloy wheels factory have stepped up a gear.
Tributes to a young Lochaber man who “touched everyone’s hearts” have poured in since his tragic death in a car accident.
The competitions in the 2017 Mod in Lochaber ended on a high note yesterday as a local choir lifted one of the top prizes.
Contestants from Lochaber, Barra and the Isle of Lewis celebrated at the Royal National Mod when the winners of the traditional singing competition were announced.
A choir based in a small Lochaber village walked away with top prizes at the Mod yesterday afternoon.
The voices in an island choir so impressed the judges at the Mod that they were awarded the prestigious Lorn shield and a host of other prizes.
Rachel Walker from Lochaber and Alasdair MacMhuirich who comes from Islay are still celebrating after striking gold at the Royal National Mod in Lochaber.
A primary school teacher and a football development officer won the prestigious Silver Pendant competition at the Mod yesterday afternoon.
A well-known conductor is hoping to help raise the roof – and retain a prestigious trophy – when he appears at the Mod on Friday.
A young clarsach player found the time for a walk up Ben Nevis the day before her competition.
It’s been a busy time for Alasdair MacMhuirich from Islay as he qualified for the men’s Mod Gold Medal yesterday morning.
A local family were glad they interrupted their holiday in the Lake District to attend the Mod, for young Holly Dodman, one of the youngest clarsach players in the competition, won the Lawrence McDuff cup yesterday.
Special tributes are being paid during the Gaelic cultural festival to the man known as the Modfather.
A teenager from Islay lifted the Highland Society of London Trophy for solo singing at the Mod yesterday.
A young songbird from the Isle of Lewis has won the An Comunn Gaidhealach silver medal.
It was double delight for the Smith family at the Mod yesterday as twins Holly and Lucy won the David CB Maitland memorial trophy for singing a duet.
Two teenagers hit the right note with the judges at the Mod yesterday as they picked up prizes for their solo singing.
Stories about one of the most popular Scottish characters of all time have now been translated into Gaelic.
Youngsters from Dingwall were celebrating yesterday after winning the top prize in the under-13s folk group competition at the Mod.
An elderly couple’s love of Gaelic music and culture has taken them to so many Mods over the years that they have lost count.
Talented young people from all over the country gathered at Lochaber High School on Saturday for the Mod’s traditional musical events.
Two special tributes will be paid this week during the Gaelic cultural festival to the man known as the Modfather.
One of the performers at the Royal National Mod in Lochaber was asked to take over another important role at the festival ahead of his first competition at the weekend.