Skye could be turned into the “world’s first bilingual Geopark” as part of a new strategy to alleviate pressure on the island’s tourist hotspots.
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An island high school has paid tribute to a much-loved pupil who died at the weekend.
A Skye community has resorted to carrying out its own traffic and toilet surveys amid concern at infrastructure pressures caused by burgeoning tourist numbers.
Patients living in the north of Skye requiring out-of-hours care will no longer be forced to travel to the south of the island.
Police in Skye are appealing for information after two restaurants were broken into and cash was stolen.
More than £55million is to be invested in new piers and infrastructure at three harbours serving Western Isles communities.
Pressure is mounting on the Scottish Government to ensure a fit for purpose health provision in the north of Skye.
An island loyalty card scheme could reach the heights if a report is approved today.
Ten offences have been detected following a motorcycle safety campaign carried out in Lochaber and Skye.
Police are appealing for information after a house and a nearby vehicle were vandalised on Skye.
A contractor has been selected to build new hospitals in Aviemore and Broadford.
A kayaker was airlifted to hospital yesterday afternoon after suffering an injury ashore, on the west side of Skye.
A Skye kirk has received a major funding boost towards essential repairs.
Rescuers have criticised two “stupid” walkers who had to be taken off a Skye mountain in horrendous weather conditions.
Three climbers were rescued from a Skye mountain after being inspired to conquer it by Scottish stunt cyclist Danny MacAskill.
An island rapist has been convicted of a horrific catalogue of abuse after the victim found footage he had filmed of the sex attacks on his computer.
A Skye woman whose mother was killed in an accident on a Highland road broke down in court yesterday when she was given a driving ban.
An 85.98% exam pass rate of Western Isles pupils achieving National 5 in S4 was higher than the national figure of 79.5%.
A police officer was bitten on the arm after a man was refused his jacket before being transported from Kyle of Lochalsh to cells in Inverness.
The first legal whisky distillery will open on the small Hebridean island of Raasay next month.
A north MSP has described the “incredible” situation where no rooms are available on Skye, acocrding to her searches.
Health chiefs are “optimistic” that a helipad for air ambulances can be included in plans for a new hospital on Skye.
A controversial water treatment – which has resulted in numerous complaints in another part of the Highlands – has just been introduced on Skye.
An Inverness motorsports fan has told a fatal accident inquiry how spectators tried to save the life of a Skye woman who was hit by a rally car.
A Skye woman had just started walking to safety when she was killed by a rally car near Inverness, her son revealed at an inquiry yesterday.
Council bosses in the north and north east have raised just £3omillion from developers in the past five years, new figures show.
The Scottish Government has promised to address an island community's plea for urgent investment in infrastructure to accommodate its unprecedented growth in visitor numbers.
A west coast fisherman has spoken out about "impossible" Home Office rules that he claims could drive him out of business.
Councillors pressing for the reinstatement of 24-hour emergency NHS cover on Skye have called for urgent talks with Health Secretary Shona Robison.
Five councils across the north are joining forces to improve the crumbling roads network.
Work on a pioneering but controversial fish feed plant is now under way, in an economic boost for the north.
A 34-year-old German tourist was stretchered by rescuers for two miles off a mountain on Skye.