A three-car collision closed the B9090 Cawdor to Piperhill road yesterday afternoon.
News that further investment in Lochaber could bring an energy and jobs boost to the area has been welcomed across the Highlands.
As well as its windfarm energy project, GFG Alliance also promised a further jobs boost for Lochaber as the company revealed its ideas for using the land on the huge estate.
For more than 20 years, a team of hardy Victorians painstakingly recorded vital information about the weather on top of Britain’s highest mountain.
Visitors to the Highlands are being charged a “scandalous” levy if they take hired vehicles on board a ferry, it has been claimed.
Police are appealing for information after a house and a nearby vehicle were vandalised on Skye.
The countdown to a record-breaking event which will generate more than £2 million to the Lochaber economy began yesterday.
A £10 million boost could elevate one of Scotland’s oldest licensed inns into a four star destination for visitors to Lochaber.
A Lochaber man believes the temporary closure of a local care home is “merely a precursor” to its doors being shut for good.
A milestone has been reached in the latest multi-million pound bridges replacement programme on one of the most scenic roads in Lochaber.
Lochaber residents are calling for an end to an alleged “cloak and dagger approach” to long-term care solutions in their area.
AA charity box containing cash to help a vital Lochaber rescue service has been stolen.
The A82 in Lochaber was closed for more than four hours early yesterday following a collision between two lorries.
Rescuers have criticised two “stupid” walkers who had to be taken off a Skye mountain in horrendous weather conditions.
Residents living near one of Lochaber’s most popular tourist destinations believe thoughtless parking by visitors could put lives at risk.
A north MSP says it is “critical” that the Scottish Government provides health boards with the proper resources to stop bed blocking in the Highlands.
A Highland councillor is calling on parents to play safe and keep their children at home if they feel unwell.
The transfer of police calls from Inverness to Dundee is causing serious concern among Highland councillors.
A school transport crisis in the north was averted when staff worked late into the night to ensure youngsters were able to attend their classes.
A virus has swept through a Highland school affecting pupils and staff.
School bus services in the north could be disrupted this morning after it is understood a contractor went out of business.
Police have named the motorcyclist killed in a crash on the A82 in Lochaber at the weekend.
A gateway to a Lochaber town has been condemned as “filthy”, “disgraceful” and “poorly lit”.
The A82 was closed in both directions yesterday for seven hours following a serious road accident at Glencoe.
A disabled man was left injured on the ground after the latest attack in Inverness city centre.
Police are investigating after reports of the attempted abduction of a schoolboy in Inverness.
A Skye woman whose mother was killed in an accident on a Highland road broke down in court yesterday when she was given a driving ban.
Failing to slow down near a Lochaber primary school has cost an employee of the University of the Highlands and Islands £400.
A Fort William man who admitted sexually assaulting a woman in the town has been ordered to carry out unpaid work.
A Fort William woman who tried to stab her husband with a knife and slapped him on the face “about 12 times” appeared at the town’s sheriff court yesterday.
The Highlands welcomes more overnight visitors than Glasgow each year, according to a study showing the industry’s “vital impact” on local communities.
A Fort William man who was jailed last year for having sex with a vulnerable schoolgirl is to appeal his sentence.