All Islands Posts
A poignant candlelit vigil has taken place at the quayside of a west coast fishing village where two fishermen have been lost at sea.
A remote Hebridean island castle is at the centre of a mystery after some of its art treasures “disappeared.”
Barra Airport passenger numbers soar with biggest percentage rise among Scotland’s regional terminals
The world-famous Barra Airport in the Outer Hebrides, which has a beach runway, has recorded the biggest percentage rise in passengers among a group of Scotland’s regional terminals last year.
Police in the Highlands are advising commuters of road dangers following Met Office yellow weather warning.
Beaches around Orkney’s famous Scapa Flow are polluted with plastic waste on industrialised levels similar to highly populated areas like the Clyde and Firth of Forth.
More than £11,000 has been raised for an elderly couple from Shetland whose home was engulfed by fire earlier this week.
A Shetland postman has been charged after mail was allegedly withheld from delivery.
More than 120 “rip-off” companies have been reported by Moray MSP Richard Lochhead as part of a campaign to end unfair delivery charges.
An influential group of MSPs has called on the Scottish Government to quickly "resolve" a dispute over funding for internal ferry services in the northern isles.
Rescuers have been searching through the night for two fishermen missing in Argyll and Bute after their vessel capsized.
Firefighters were called to a house fire in Shetland last night.
An external review into healthcare provision in Skye, Lochaber and West Ross is to be carried out by a small team led by Sir Lewis Ritchie, who chaired a national review of NHS out-of-hours services in 2015.
A chef who drove in Lerwick while over four times the alcohol limit has been disqualified for 18 months and handed a £900 fine.
A Co-op employee who took nearly £800 from the tills at his work to fund his alcohol habit has been given 120 hours of unpaid work.
The father of an Orkney woman who was murdered in New Zealand 10 years ago is taking action to prevent her killer being granted parole.
A 45-year-old man appeared from custody in private at Lerwick Sheriff Court yesterday on a petition alleging the possession of indecent photographs of children. Ross Robert Morrison, of Lerwick, made no plea and was committed for further examination. He was released on bail.
The majority of CalMac ferries were also disrupted yesterday with 22 of their 27 services affected.
The latest new arrivals to the Shetland Islands have proven to have a real spring in their step.
Police are asking witnesses to come forward after a person was injured in a road accident near the Gremista junction at the north end of Lerwick.
A pedestrian has been taken to hospital after a collision involving a car in Lerwick.
MacKinnon Memorial Hospital in Skye has closed to new admissions following patients being diagnosed with flu.
The north of Scotland is bracing itself for a spell of wintry weather with forecasters warning of thundersnow and travel disruption.
Talks are under way at a European level over a more robust testing procedure for life-jackets, following an official investigation last year which concluded that three fishermen may well have survived had their lifejackets worked as expected.
The north and north-east is braced for more wintry scenes as the Met Office extends the weather warnings for the north.
A £1million project to tackle erosion which threatens the capacity of Benbecula Airport will soon get under way.
Campaigners have warned that there is only a short period of time left to save the majestic Kinloch Castle on the Isle of Rum from being damaged beyond repair.
The Orkney Islands Council-owned abattoir closed yesterday with immediate effect.
Heavy snow showers and hail have been forecasted for communities in the north of Scotland.
Plans have been submitted to nearly double the number of car parking spaces at the iconic Eilean Donan Castle in Wester Ross.
A tragic teenager who died after contracting flu was last night described as the “most kind-hearted, generous, loving person ever” by her heartbroken mum.
An Orkney man has been jailed for six months after setting off fireworks in a busy Kirkwall street.
Thirteen jobs have been lost at Shetland's Sumburgh Airport following Flybe’s withdrawal from routes connecting the islands to Aberdeen, Glasgow and Edinburgh.