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Dozens of locals worked tirelessly into yesterday evening to ensure approximately 1,150 torches are prepared and ready to go ahead of one of the world's most spectacular fire festivals.
Return to traditional colours as final preparations delivered to fearsome beast ahead of Up Helly Aa
A fearsome beast decorated with red and white stripes will take pride of place today as this year’s Guizer Jarl has gone traditional with the famous Up Helly Aa galley.
Shetland parents voice concerns as council close out of school childcare service without consultation
Parents and carers of children at a Shetland primary school have hit out at the council amid claims it withdrew a vital out of school childcare service without any consultation.
Plans to build a £10million housing development on Lewis are being progressed by Hebridean Housing Partnership (HHP), the Western Isles social landlord.
A Highland traveller has won a leading magazine’s 2019 UK Mountain Photo of the Year award with a dramatic winter shot of one of Britain’s most famous mountains.
A community group hoping to save a remote Hebridean castle have held talks with heritage chiefs to further investigate taking it over.
A Church of Scotland minister, who became a war hero, is set to loudly condemn the Nazis from the pulpit once again.
The final details of additional ferry sailings to operate on routes to Skye and between North Uist and Harris have been announced with just shy of 200 additional services to benefit locals and visitors alike.
A Skye tourist hotspot - famed for its connection with fairies, a ruined castle, conical hills and a loch - will get a new car park and wider roads to deal with increased traffic.
A SNP MSP yesterday claimed that plans to merge Highlands and islands air traffic control (ATC) may be against new Scottish Government laws designed to protect island communities.
A Shetland man has been imprisoned for 40 months after admitting a 20-year period of abuse involving a woman and two girls on the island.
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A Skye artist is travelling to St Petersburg later this month to present three of her artworks to a museum that commemorates the courage and sacrifice of those who fought in the Atlantic and Arctic convoys during the Second World War.
Criminals across the north and north-east have dodged almost £650,000 in court fines over the past four years.
An Orkney man will embark on a record-breaking challenge when he attempts to row across the North West Passage next year.
Scottish ministers rule Shetland Council failed to give Sella Ness applicant ‘complete, precise and relevant reasons for refusal’
Shetland’s Sella Ness accommodation facility is set to stay open until 2026 after Scottish Ministers ruled Shetland Islands Council’s decision to refuse further planning permission was “unreasonable”.
Scottish politicians have received training to help them protect their constituents from scams.
Schools, community centres and other council buildings have been damaged and broken into thousands of times across the north and north-east in the last four years.
Emergency services are battling rough conditions to aid a fishing vessel taking on water.
Orkney is facing a childcare crisis with some parents claiming they may have to quit their jobs as they have no-one to look after their children while they work.
A union last night claimed plans by the north’s airport operator to shut air traffic control (ATC) towers will put up to 60 jobs and vital transport links at risk.
The Shetland Folk Festival will celebrate its 40th anniversary in style this spring.
A plea has gone out to the 200 islanders on Coll to step forward and help save the local air service by taking safety jobs at the airport.
The Orkney Alcohol Counselling and Advisory Service is to close at the end of this month due to a lack of funding.
More than £10 million worth of upgrade works are being carried out at Lochmaddy Pier in North Uist.
New fuel tanks will help a community company on South Uist to capitalise on the island's growing harbour.
The public spending watchdog has raised fears that opportunities may have been "missed" when multi-million-pound City Deals were agreed for Aberdeen and Inverness.
About £70 million of government cash has been spent so far on the City Region Deals for Aberdeen and Inverness.
It's a movie event which features everything from comedies to sci-fi and whodunnits to cartoons.
Three hardy charity cyclists have been stunned by the support for their ride from Edinburgh to Skye – with the sum raised exceeding all expectations.
Athletes in the Outer Hebrides are being encouraged to apply to a travel scheme designed to assist them in progressing their sporting careers.
NHS Highland has joined an international effort to help meet the challenges tick-borne diseases pose to health services worldwide.