The Home Office is trying to settle a row over a ‘stateless’ teenager from the Western Isles.
All children at school in Scotland would benefit from speaking and recognising a few basic Gaelic words, according to a local MSP.
The Scottish Government is to become a key funder of the Royal National Mòd.
A talented singer and teacher from Mull, who was presented with the Gaelic Ambassador of the Year award yesterday, admitted she was “speechless” when she heard the news.
Homes in a Lochaber village will be “tagged” so that an alarm goes off if they are approached by a pensioner who carried out a campaign of intimidation.
A Fort William man who exposed himself narrowly avoided a jail sentence yesterday.
For a staple of the Scottish diet for generations, it still has a touch of glamour at this time of year.
A new £14million hydro scheme in Lochaber is now up and running.
The widow of a popular Highland league footballer who died last week led the teams on to the pitch yesterday ahead of a special match in his memory.
More housing is one of the top priorities for Lochaber, local councillors have agreed.
A traffic study which aims to improve journey times through Fort William will begin before the end of the year.
Major repair work to the notorious A82 – costing almost £900,000 – was announced yesterday.
Police have narrowed the time frame in their appeal for a missing 63 year-old man who is believed to have started cycling from Fort William to his home in Fife.
It was good news and bad news for an island’s top eateries when Michelin announced its coveted food award stars for 2018.
Five drivers in the Highlands and Islands were found to be over the legal limit in the area last weekend.
The cause of an accident at a cliff-top field last year which led to the death of a Highland shepherd is unknown and was unavoidable, a sheriff has said.
The mystery over the burial place of an executed Jacobite clan chief could be solved next month by a renowned forensic expert.
Patients living in the north of Skye requiring out-of-hours care will no longer be forced to travel to the south of the island.
Plans to build student accommodation on the site of a former primary school in Fort William are poised to be approved despite concerns raised by the local community.
A screw which was not secured in position correctly contributed to a CalMac ferry running over mooring pontoons and grounding in the Western Isles last year.
A Fort William man who threatened to firebomb a police officer’s house and told another he was going to “do him and his baby” has avoided jail.
The chief executive who “transformed” Orkney’s health board is leaving to take on a new challenge.
A week of chaos could hit motorists using the A82 through Lochaber today as a series of roadworks and a major cycling event combine to cause potential problems.
An island loyalty card scheme could reach the heights if a report is approved today.
Organisers have expressed optimism about the long-term future of the Highlands’ leading military event after it played to packed houses at the weekend.
One of the most iconic monuments in Lochaber has been reproduced more than 130 miles away in honour of those who fought and died for their country.
The driver of a lorry carrying a 38 tonne crane was taken to hospital after it overturned on the busy A82 in Glencoe yesterday and ended up on its side.
Vandals have deliberately damaged a north golf course by riding vehicles over the greens.
A team of volunteer life-savers in the Highlands, who are presently operating out of a cupboard, are celebrating after a five figure donation means they can finally have a base of their own.
Record crowds are expected to attend a top north event this weekend which showcases the best of both Highland and military culture and traditions.
Police have issued a warning after vehicles in the Western Isles were targeted by thieves.
Ten offences have been detected following a motorcycle safety campaign carried out in Lochaber and Skye.