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A surfer has died after being pulled unconscious from the sea off the west coast of Lewis.
Nesting Primary School on Shetland has been graded satisfactory by inspectors following a visit in the summer.
Plans for a memorial garden and bronze sculpture on the island of Barra in memory of local teenager Eilidh MacLeod have been approved by Comhairle nan Eilean Siar.
Medical students will spend more time working alongside family doctors in an effort to help solve chronic GP shortages.
Drugs in the Outer Hebrides have been sniffed out by a 'Bear'.
Caledonian MacBrayne was four ships short today - including its newest vessel that was just back from a refit - causing cancellations and disruption in parts of the Western Isles.
Tiree Music Festival has enjoyed its fastest-ever ticket sales - with 800 early bird tickets for the 11th event selling out in 40 minutes.
Police are probing the unauthorised excavation of a Iron Age broch in the Western Isles – considered one of the best preserved examples of its type.
The Lewis War Memorial was turned a striking red for this year’s Poppy Scotland appeal.
A Scottish island council - which even runs a bin lorry off hydrogen produced from food waste - is looking to boost its use of the gas to cut its climate emissions.
A soldier killed in the Battle of Loos in the First World War will be honoured by his family this Armistice Day after a chance conversation led to their discovery of his bravery and ultimate sacrifice.
Tiree Music Festival has contributed £6.4 million to the island economy in the last 10 years, it has been revealed.
Campaigners seeking an asset transfer of "rundown" Kinloch Castle on Rum expressed “extreme disappointment” after their request was refused by Scotland's environmental agency.
A man who started a fire in a Shetland care home which “could have had fatal consequences” has been spared a custodial sentence.
A man reported missing in the Western Isles has been found safe and well.
As Sue Ryder's £3.9million expansion reaches the final stages, the team tell Neil Drysdale that they need just a little more help to make their vision a reality
A drug dealer has been ordered to carry out unpaid work after his bid to flood an island community with cannabis was thwarted by police.
Islanders are being asked to dig out their Orkney tweed and find garments which were worn by Orcadians in the decades before the arrival of synthetic materials.
Western Isles Council has backed ambitious proposals for a £44 million health and education campus on Barra.
Red deer on one of the Small Isles are providing some of the first evidence that wild animals are evolving to give birth earlier in the year as the climate warms.
Several traditional musicians from the north and north-east have been shortlisted for awards in a competition which recognises the best of Scotland's scene.
Islanders on Lewis are being warned of minor traffic disruption as film production Wise Blood films at various locations in the coming weeks.
An investigation has been launched into why the remnants of the Buchan Alpha rig broke free from its berth at Dales Voe at the weekend in strong winds.
The driver involved in a one-vehicle road accident near Fladdabister on Saturday night remains in hospital in a “serious but stable condition”.
Coastguard helicopter called out twice to assist unwell crew members requiring evacuation from north oil platforms
An unwell crew member has been evacuated from a north oil platform by a coastguard search and rescue helicopter.
Inspirational youngsters and newspaper delivery veterans have been honoured at a special awards ceremony.
To celebrate the 25th birthday of the National Lottery, 173 groups across Scotland have been awarded funding.
He was one of the most controversial figures in the history of Scotland's islands; a man who arrived to a hero's welcome on Eigg, but ended up having his effigy- and his Rolls Royce - burned.
Western Isles Council is in the dog house after an apparent blunder meant it lost a court case against the same animals for the second time within a year.
Ferry operator David MacBrayne, which operates CalMac Ferries, has recorded a record boom in passenger numbers.
The most environmentally-friendly ferry enters service today on a route connecting Orkney with the Scottish mainland.
The country’s largest salmon farm operation has lost almost a quarter of its stock – worth £7.6million – along the west coast and Western Isles over the summer.