All Islands Posts
Its books are part of the history of Scotland and attract thousands of missionaries every year.
UK Environment Secretary Michael Gove has declared he is “invincibly” confident Britain will be negotiating as an independent coastal state by the end of 2020 - despite talk of extending the Brexit transition period.
A swathe of churches earmarked for closure across Shetland has been announced – including a number on remote islands.
A fatal accident inquiry into the death of a fisherman off the west side of Shetland has been adjourned after unexpected evidence was revealed yesterday.
Forecasters have warned that the first blast of snow this winter could hit the north and north-east of Scotland next week.
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.
The company which owns a fishing boat from where a Dumfriesshire fisherman died after falling overboard took immediate measures to prevent similar accidents, a Fatal Accident Inquiry in Lerwick heard yesterday.
The number of crimes against birds of prey in Scotland has fallen to its lowest level in years.
In a season blighted by breakdowns and delays to services, CalMac has been named "Ferry Operator of the Year 2018" at the National Transport Awards.
The boss of the company working with airline Loganair to launch the world’s first electric-powered commercial air services in Orkney has said the project will cost around £10million to get off the ground.
All ferries between Ullapool and Stornoway have been cancelled today as adverse weather takes its toll on transport links to and from the Western Isles.
CalMac has launched a probe after its £43million flagship ferry with more than 250 people onboard collided with a pier.
The Church of Scotland plans to close two thirds of its churches in Shetland over the coming years as it attempts to secure a more “sustainable” future.
A builder working to install 24-hour electricity to a remote British island for the first time is set to stay there - after falling in love with “the light of his life”.
Thousands of people could at risk after new figures revealed that less than half of health workers get the flu jab.
A brave couple who described losing their newborn child as the “hardest” time of their lives have donated a vital piece of kit to support others in the same situation.
Scottish regional airline Loganair could be heading for a global aviation first with the introduction of electric-powered planes on its island hopping passenger services in Orkney.
Kirkwall lifeboat went to the aid of a yacht which lost power east of Orkney in the early hours of this morning.
The son of celebrated author George Orwell has slated plans to build a fish farm off the coast of the Scottish island where his father wrote 1984.
It was one of the biggest military tragedies in the whole of the Second World War.
More than 250 people came to admire the Scottish Cup when it was on show in Stornoway at the weekend as part of a Scotland-wide tour.
Orkney’s MSP, Liam McArthur, has voiced concerns at the lack of urgency the Scottish Government has shown in introducing a Road Equivalent Tariff (RET) on Orkney ferry routes.
A technical issue on a Cal Mac ferry has caused disruption to travelling passengers this afternoon, as one service faces delays with another completely cancelled.
Former Great British Bake Off star James Morton has caused a row with locals on the Shetland island of Whalsay over his portrayal of fisherman in his latest cookbook.
Four deep water whales have washed up on various shores across Shetland over the last few weeks, raising concerns that they may be linked with the deaths of over 80 whales washed up on the west coast of Scotland and Ireland during August and September.
More than two dozen members of the clergy attended the funeral service of an island priest yesterday.
Shetland’s most famous Viking fire festival has been rated as among the best to light up winter.
The extent to which the north and north-east’s hospitals are falling behind the rest of Scotland has been laid bare in a new report.
The A83 remains shut following adverse weather conditions that has forced the closure of the road since Tuesday.
Attempting to hide a package of cannabis when police searched a Lerwick property has cost a man from Bristol £240.
A conservation charity has called for greater protection for sea life off Scotland’s west coast after extensive and “pioneering” research that identified the area as a hot spot for whales, dolphins and porpoises.
Residents on the Fair Isle are celebrating today as a renewable energy system goes live, giving them a 24-hour power supply for the first time in the island’s history.