The Western Isles have sent a message of support to the people of Manchester after being "joined together in tragedy" 400 miles apart. Read More
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A West Highland lifeboat was launched today to get a sick elderly man to hospital from a remote peninsular.
A Faroese skipper has been fined £5,000 after he admitted failing to ensure five tonnes of graded herring was immediately frozen on his trawler while it was located off Whalsay in 2014.
The Western Isles have sent a message of support to the people of Manchester after being "joined together in tragedy" 400 miles apart.
The headliners at an Aberdeenshire Hogmanay event have started raising funds for Eilidh MacLeod from Barra, who died in this week's Manchester terrorist attack.
Two men have died after a light aircraft crashed into the sea off the west coast.
The Isle of Skye is about to benefit from the wisdom behind a tourism boom in Argyll and Inverness.
A man from Scalloway who assaulted two other pub-goers and behaved aggressively towards a bouncer on a night out in Lerwick has been fined £400.
Tributes have been pouring in for "vivacious" and music-loving teenager Eilidh MacLeod, who was killed in the Manchester Arena terrorist attack.
Educational psychologists have travelled to the island of Barra to support all those affected by the Manchester attack, which killed Eilidh MacLeod and seriously injured Laura MacIntyre.
Two online funds set-up to aid the families of Eilidh MacLeod and Laura MacIntyre had raised a combined total of more than £50,000 within a day.
The parents of Barra schoolgirl Eilidh MacLeod have confirmed their daughter died in the Manchester attack.
A schoolboy from Lewis - who had gone a year without a haircut - has shed his locks to help other children.
£50million new port, back-up ferry pier, berth for bigger cruise ships… Ambitious plans for Stornoway to be unveiled
A strategy to dramatically improve Stornoway's economic future by radical harbour developments over 20 years will be unveiled tonight.
A man from Virkie on Shetland who refused to provide breath samples to police who were investigating possible drink driving has been banned from the road for two years and fined £1,300.
A man from Lerwick who repeatedly struck another man on the head at an address in the town last year has been placed under supervision and given unpaid work to complete.
An island community gathered for a vigil last night to support the families of two north schoolgirls caught up in the Manchester terror attack.
An online fundraising effort for the families of Eilidh MacLeod and Laura MacIntyre gathered thousands of pounds in just a few hours last night.
This is the moment a team of firefighters pulled a one-tonne bull from a bog after it got stuck.
School friends of two girls caught up in the Manchester attack are being offered support as the island of Barra struggles to come to terms with the events.
The search for a missing Barra schoolgirl continues today after her friend was found seriously injured last night.
Two Barra schoolgirls sent a message to one their parents just moments before a suicide bomb exploded at a pop concert they were attending in Manchester.
Plans to make an overnight ferry journey the default option for NHS Shetland patients travelling to Aberdeen have been discarded after the health board instead agreed to accept a new deal on fares from airline Loganair.
A teenager who went to the concert to celebrate landing a new job has described how she desperately tried to reunite a young girl with her mother.
Two teenage girls from the Isle of Barra have been reported missing today following last night's suicide blast in Manchester.
Construction of a new £64million hospital in Orkney is under way.
A Yorkshire terrier was discovered by a road in Orkney in an "extremely bad condition".
A warning has been issued to movie-bagging hikers after a walker was stretchered off a Skye mountain made famous by several films.
A businesswoman suing Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) for £25million has claimed the Scottish Government missed an opportunity to stop "bad practice and underperformance" at the development agency.
Trading standards officers have warned residents on the Western Isles to avoid a Fifa World Cup online lottery scam letter that is circulating in the region.
A woman from Dundee who was found in possession of two bottles of methadone which belonged to someone else has been fined.
The Salvation Army in the Western Isles has launched a baby bank to help support families with the cost of having a child.
Transport and education is top of the agenda for newly elected Shetland Isles Council Leader Cecil Smith.