All Islands Posts
A new principal has been appointed for Orkney College UHI with Professor Eddie Abbott-Halpin set to take up his post in early January.
Islanders are being invited to become extras for a dark comedy being filmed on Lewis before Christmas.
Dental services in the Western Isles and Northern Isles are now leading the way towards helping Scots have healthy teeth.
Thousands of patients in the Western Isles are now benefiting from dental services for the first time in more than four years.
One of the driving forces behind the rejuvenation of Harris Tweed, Maureen Mackay, has died.
Schools were closed, ferries cancelled and homes suffered power cuts as storms battered the west.
A remote pub on the tiny island of Easdale in the Inner Hebrides - famed for its breath-taking views - has gone on the market.
The first female MSP to make a plenary address in the Scottish Parliament chamber in Gaelic has warned the language’s future will only be secured for the next generation if all speakers step up their efforts.
A council is asking the Ministry of Defence to help pay for a £400,000-plus clean-up of contaminated land at an old naval base on an Orcadian island.
Two men whose plot to bring nearly £30,000 worth of cannabis into Shetland was scuppered when the speedboat they used to ferry the drugs into Lerwick off a NorthLink ship sparked the attention of the emergency services have been sent to prison.
Former foreign secretary and arch-Brexiteer Boris Johnson has warned the EU will not stop until it has “worked out a way to plunder the waters of Scotland for their fish”.
Emma Barton died in a collision in Orkney last week
Lerwick man handed prison sentence after downloading over 21,000 indecent images and videos of children
A man from Lerwick who downloaded over 21,000 indecent photos and videos of children has been sent to prison for 20 months.
Aberdeen’s Beach Ballroom was filled with applause and cheering yesterday as hundreds of new graduates both celebrated their achievements and prepared to enter the world of work.
Ferry campaigners have welcomed news that the islands minister has been invited to visit the Skye ferry to hear their opinions first hand.
Aberdonians have been pilloried for their alleged meanness by any number of musical hall acts and stand-up comics down the years.
The Western Isles is set for a mini housing boom, with over 200 new properties expected to be developed over the course of the next year.
Skye residents and officials have voiced their concerns at the lack of progress - and cash - to implement changes promised to give them a “basic” health service on the island.
Close to 2,000 blood donations are needed in the north of Scotland between now and Christmas to ensure the region’s vital stocks do not run out.
A Shetland mum who balanced her studies in Aberdeen with flying to and from home to see her family has celebrated finally securing her degree.
They are famed for their stunning, pristine beaches, ancient sites and abundant wildlife - though not always the weather.
Police on Skye have issued a warning to drivers on the A87 Varigall to Sligachan road this morning.
An island airport prepared for a serious situation at the weekend when a routine flight reported a problem.
Almost half of young people living in the Highlands and Islands want to stay here, according to a report published today.
A photographer from Berneray has won the first-ever Hebridean Dark Skies Festival photography competition after introducing crowds to the mysterious phenomenon known as Steve – Strong Thermal Emission Velocity Enhancement.
A 22-year-old woman has died following a one-vehicle crash in Orkney last week. The incident happened at around 7.30am on Tuesday November 27, on the A965 at Rennibister. She was treated at Balfour Hospital in Orkney before being transferred to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary but died yesterday afternoon.
Two malts with a combine age of more than 110 years have been released for sale across the world.
A yellow weather warning for icy conditions has been issued today as forecasters predict temperatures to plunge in many parts of Scotland.
A unique collaboration between Harris Tweed Hebrides and Pakistan’s leading fashion designer has created a stunning couture collection.
No additional cabins can be built on NorthLink’s ferries due to safety regulations - but four extra berths will be installed in the coming months.
Calls have been made for the operator of Sumburgh Airport to ditch plans to impose parking charges on passengers who left their car at the airport before December 1.
The festive period can be a hard time for many people, but for those with physical, mental and emotional scars from a warzone, it can be particularly tough.