The father of a fisherman lost at sea is to have an urgent meeting with Rural Economy and Connectivity Minister Fergus Ewing over the Scottish Government’s refusal to raise his boat.
Around 200 protesters gathered in one of the last greenfield sites in Oban at the weekend to object to developer’s plans to build houses.
A minister from Dornoch has been installed as Moderator of the Church of Scotland’s 2018 General Assembly.
The fire service has issued a wildfire warning after crews battled two large blazes in different parts of the Highlands at the weekend.
They are worlds apart - but a Western Isles festival is giving inspiration to a tiny Hong Kong community,
A new nature reserve is to be created within a crofting estate in South Uist in the biggest land transfer by Scottish Natural Heritage to a community group.
Seven students from Cantraybridge College in Inverness have experienced a taste of working life in Belgium.
Argyll’s biggest open-air live music event has launched a brand new marketing campaign to raise the profile of itself and Oban.
Teacher, 42, blames his ‘drunken stupidity’ after being struck off for sexually assaulting a teenager
A chemistry teacher convicted of sexually assaulting an 18-year-old woman in a shop has been struck off the teachers register.
A community-owned forest on Mull has had a double reason to celebrate this week with news that their nesting white-tailed eagles have hatched two chicks.
A top London restaurant is to open its doors in the Highlands at the former “Harrods of the North”.
Plans to bring new life to one of the oldest streets in Inverness have been given a boost thanks to a £250,000 grant.
The man who was found lying seriously injured on a busy Lochaber road at the weekend has died.
The Uist Economic Taskforce Working Group was addressed by a senior member of the Faroese Government in the UK.
Staff of Highland Council are being encouraged to look after their mental health while at work as part of Mental Health Awareness Week 2018.
Shetland Space Centre has been invited to take part in this year’s Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo.
If you are in Oban and fancy a slightly different vibe, why not take a trip across the bay to the restaurant at Kerrera’s marina for a nautical feel.
A disabled access improvement group on Skye has expressed disappointment after it had to postpone a Wheelchair Awareness Day organised for local councillors because some could not attend.
A light-aircraft crash which killed two men who had just completed a charity climb of Ben Nevis was probably caused by poor visibility, an investigation has found.
An Argyll museum which celebrates one of the most important archaeological landscapes in Britain has received a £3.2 million grant.
The skills of the final year students at a prestigious west Highland ballet school will be showcased at the Corran Halls in Oban.
The daughter of a prisoner of war who helped make the Italian Chapel in Lamb Holm, Orkney, a place of beauty and international acclaim was guest of honour at a special mass.
A new campaign group will meet early this week to fight against a proposal to build houses on one of the last greenfield sites in Oban.
Hundreds of tonnes of stone and gravel will be carried by helicopter to the high slopes of a community-owned mountain in Sutherland this week.
Motorists are being warned of delays between Inverness and Dufftown as a controversial Moray wind farm takes delivery of its blades and towers next week.
Public opposition to a plan to build houses on one of the last greenfield sites in Oban is mounting.
A new extreme sports record has been set at a dramatic location on the Isle of Skye.
People in Stornoway are being asked to put their island hospitality into action and make available rooms, beds and even driveways, to cope with an influx of festival-goers.
The CalMac ferry MV Clansman is returning to service after extensive repairs.
The family of a fisherman lost at sea launch petition after angrily accused the Scottish Government of double standards
The family of a fisherman lost at sea is launching a petition calling on the Scottish Government to raise his boat.
A power company has promised to explore putting cables underground after an Argyll village voiced its outrage at plans for nine new pylons running through it.
A special farewell party was thrown in Oban for a much-loved shop manager who has worked tirelessly for the charity Mary’s Meals.