A north community who want to spend a penny on new loos are struggling to find anyone willing to take on the work.
Low bed numbers in Skye ‘still a concern’ despite plans for 24-bed community hospital going on display
The number of hospital beds in Portree and the north of Skye are “still of concern”, in spite of plans for a 24-bed community hospital going on display for the first time yesterday.
Work on a multi-million alloy wheel factory got under way yesterday, with the first of more than 60 investigative boreholes being drilled.
The A828 on the South Ballachulish to Oban road is currently closed in both directions while emergency services help a driver who has been taken ill.
A rescue of two walkers on Ben Hope in Sutherland is under way with a UK Coastguard helicopter on its way to evacuate a patient who has sustained a back injury.
Frustrated house hunters in the north are pleading for changes to stop the number of homes being used for Airbnb-type holidays, rather than providing much-needed homes for residents.
Dutch train operator Abellio has announced it is closing its call centre in Lochaber and relocating its 19 jobs to Glasgow.
A row has broken out among members of an island trust involved with the biggest turbine development in the Western Isles.
Work has started to demolish a former theatre and shop complex to make way for a long-awaited cinema in Lochaber.
Complaints about foul play in the citing of a waste storage building on land near to the hub of a Highland village were voiced at a community meeting in Lochaber last night.
Highland family issue urgent plea for bone marrow donor for daughter diagnosed with a very rare cancer
The family of a young Highland girl, who has been diagnosed with a very rare cancer, are urgently looking for bone marrow donors.
Volunteers turned out in droves on Saturday to help clean up the wreckage of a devastating fire which destroyed the main buildings of a children’s nursery in Fort William.
Future of Lochaber hangs in the balance as major investment needed to protect future of the once-thriving area
The future of Lochaber could decline dramatically over the next 20 years without a major “renaissance” of the area’s working population.
Police are searching for a missing 86-year-old woman in Moray.
Lochaber residents are celebrating as work began on a crossing to connect the two halves of their village after a five-year long campaign.
Lochaber residents claim plans for a hydro scheme at historic Glencoe were shrouded in secrecy amid claims of a cover-up.
A Lochaber peak was dramatically lit up as a rescue took place in the very early hours of yesterday morning in sub-zero temperatures.
A tourism chief has said such high levels of administration would surround a tourist tax that would make it “almost impossible” to implement in the north.
Third-generation Highland fisherman who fell off his boat and drowned was likely to have been pulled into the sea as he was working on his creels
An experienced third-generation fisherman who fell off his boat and drowned was likely to have been pulled into the sea as he was working on his creels, Portree Sheriff Court heard yesterday.
Orkney Islands Council has issued the Scottish Government with the ultimatum that it must pay £6.8million for its inter-island ferry service - or they will stop running it.
Police are currently searching an area around Clachnaharry Locks, to the north of Inverness, for a missing 84-year-old man.
Potentially life-saving equipment will be handed out to Scots at risk of contracting a disease on the hills, the Scottish Government has confirmed.
Two new path projects are set to get underway in north Skye, as the latest phase in a community organisation’s heritage development.
A mum from Tomatin who travelled to America for life-saving treatment on a rare cancer in her spine has been chosen as the face of a campaign to save lives.
A marine expert is to speak about battling environmental waste in seas and oceans in Inverness next month.
The invitation to tender for the next contract to run ferries to the Northern Isles has been issued to three bidders.
Five board members from the local community are being sought for the Cairngorms National Park Authority board.
A controversial planning application for a community-owned wind turbine in the Western Isles has been submitted by crofters.
A 22-year-old “accomplished” event rider from the Highlands has died in a tragic incident on the gallops at a stable in the Scottish borders.
Skye has made it back onto one of the world’s most prestigious travel lists - despite being cited as “a place to avoid” by the same group in 2018.
Plans to keep an underwater training and dive centre as a going concern are over after a £3 million business plan has fallen through, according to the businessman behind it.
A north businessman has sent a letter pleading with one of the world’s richest men to withdraw his bid on land belonging to an underwater training centre which went into administration.