A heartbroken couple have won a legal battle against NHS Highland after their daughter died from a brain tumour two months following an all-clear.
South Uist ferry passengers endured a fruitless twelve voyage yesterday after a Cal Mac ship was unable to berth in bad weather.
Alness High Street was crowned the best high street in Scotland yesterday.
It is already the biggest schools piping cometition in the world - and this year’s is set to be even bigger, according to organisers.
Argyll and Bute is to be made a priority in a Strategic Transport Projects Review, which will set out Transport Scotland’s investment priorities for the future.
A firefighter from Argyll who donated his stem cells to a leukaemia patient has been named as a finalist at this year’s Anthony Nolan Supporter Awards (ANSAs).
Ferry ports at Coll and Tiree will be closed to vehicles for up to four weeks each as new linkspan decks are installed.
A mother of a two-year-old child has spoken of her shock to find rat traps dotted around the outside of her flat - with no warning from the landlord.
Transport Minister Michael Matheson will attend a special meeting this week to address problems on a major Argyll trunk road, which was closed for nine days by a landslide last month.
A debate in the Scottish Parliament will set out the scope and time frame of an independent inquiry into an NHS Highland bullying scandal.
The Scottish Government is looking at leasing ferries to help cope with pressures caused by breakdowns around the network.
Two homeowners have accused cash-strapped Highland Council of wasting money after they received multiple council tax invoices informing them they owe absolutely nothing.
Users of Oban Bay are working to snatch control of the busy harbour from the grasp of a government body.
Ancient repairs to a perfectly preserved Iron Age wooden bowl from a 2,000-year-old well in Orkney have amazed experts.
An American hunter who caused outrage after posting photos of goats and sheep she killed on a Hebridean island has taunted critics by launching a range of T-shirts celebrating the controversy.
Talks have taken place between the Oban business community and council representatives after a new parking regime threatened to chase away tourists.
Tough new rules are being brought in for salmon farms after a major study raised concerns about chemicals used to treat sea lice.
An appeal for information has gone out after a pet cat had its back leg and tail ripped off by what is suspected to be a snare.
Scots think more should be done to protect the country’s most scenic landscapes.
Two specially-trained, four-legged detectives have helped Highland Council to seize thousands of illicit cigarettes.
A music festival has generated more than half a million pounds for the Uist economy, an independent assessment has revealed.
Scandal-hit NHS Highland has suffered another blow as the health board has so far failed to recruit a new chief executive.
An American reality TV star who sparked outrage by posting “trophy” photographs online with dead goats on Islay has received death threats.
An American TV star and self-styled “hardcore huntress” has been criticised by politicians and tourism chiefs for posting photos of dead “trophies” - including goats and sheep - online.
One of the best known portraits of George Mackay Brown, considered one of the great Scottish poets of the 20th Century, has been returned to its former glory and has gone on show in Orkney once again.
More than £12,000 has been awarded to light up Oban and Tobermory this Christmas.
A contractor has been appointed to carry out expansion work at Oban Ferry Terminal which will allow future development to take place.
Creatures living in the deepest parts of the ocean have been feeding on microplastic particles for at least four decades, a study by Oban scientists has revealed.
Serious concern has been raised by islanders in Orkney over plans for a new power line more than a third higher than the existing lines on the isles.
After a series of landslides at the Rest and Be Thankful the A83 trunk road in Argyll finally re-opened yesterday.
Mountain Rescue Team members will be recruited to learn to fly drones - and help to locate people in the most inaccessible places.
The major economic impact of the Hebridean Celtic Festival in Stornoway has been underlined by a new report which shows it brought £2.1 million to the local economy.