What could be one of the most expensive drams of whisky ever to go under the hammer has been sold for an eye-watering £3,400.
Transport chiefs have announced that the future of ferry services in the Outer Hebrides is to be examined in a new study.
A fishing vessel was rescued overnight after it lost power in Argyll.
Almost a thousand people paid their last respects to Kenny MacDonald, the much-loved and respected former Free Church minister who died last Sunday.
US broadcaster CNN has been invited on a fact-finding mission to Skye after it ranked the island among its top 12 global attractions to avoid this summer.
Funeral of tragic minister who never gave up missing daughter search to take place at his former church
The funeral of a Free Church minister who never gave up hope of finding his missing daughter is to be held tomorrow.
US broadcaster CNN has sparked a backlash after it ranked Skye among its top 12 global tourist destinations to avoid this summer.
Pupils sent a letter to Scottish education minister John Swinney outlining their concerns about the “state of Broadford Primary School”.
Pupils and parents have branded their primary school on Skye so “disgustingly dilapidated” that it is a serious health risk – and have resorted to shaming Highland Council and the Scottish Government online as a last resort to getting a new building.
A remote Hebridean island castle is at the centre of a mystery after some of its art treasures “disappeared.”
Barra Airport passenger numbers soar with biggest percentage rise among Scotland’s regional terminals
The world-famous Barra Airport in the Outer Hebrides, which has a beach runway, has recorded the biggest percentage rise in passengers among a group of Scotland’s regional terminals last year.
An external review into healthcare provision in Skye, Lochaber and West Ross is to be carried out by a small team led by Sir Lewis Ritchie, who chaired a national review of NHS out-of-hours services in 2015.
MacKinnon Memorial Hospital in Skye has closed to new admissions following patients being diagnosed with flu.
Plans have been submitted to nearly double the number of car parking spaces at the iconic Eilean Donan Castle in Wester Ross.
A tragic teenager who died after contracting flu was last night described as the “most kind-hearted, generous, loving person ever” by her heartbroken mum.
Health chiefs in the north claim a shortage of affordable housing is an obstacle to attracting enough frontline medical staff to Skye.
One of Scotland’s best known Gaelic campaigners has died.
A 44-year-old woman who suffered a near-fatal anaphylactic shock had her life saved by staff at a Skye hospital just days before it closed its out-of-hours emergency unit due to a staffing crisis - sparking fears that lives could be lost.
NHS Highland will temporarily suspended its out of hours urgent care centre and minor injuries unit at Portree Hospital on Skye on three days next week because of "escalating staffing problems."
The family of a fisherman who drowned off Skye is to scatter his ashes in the bay where he worked his creel boat.
A Skye woman has been woken from an induced coma after a crash which left her trapped in a car overnight at the bottom of a steep slope.
Coastline searches for a missing Applecross fisherman will continue over the weekend.
Pregnant women on Skye face a round trip of around 200 miles to Inverness after maternity services at the island’s main hospital were dramatically suspended yesterday.
Police have tweeted an open letter to an unnamed young woman in Skye, encouraging her to tell officers if she is a victim of domestic abuse.
Patients at an under-threat north hospital have been forced to eat ready-made meals – bought at a local Co-op and cooked by staff.
The Scottish Government will today announce plans to create a new tourism taskforce to help Skye cope with rising visitor numbers.
Contestants from Lochaber, Barra and the Isle of Lewis celebrated at the Royal National Mod when the winners of the traditional singing competition were announced.
A man jailed for historical sex offences in England had spent time working as a school bus driver on Skye.
A primary school teacher and a football development officer won the prestigious Silver Pendant competition at the Mod yesterday afternoon.
It’s been a busy time for Alasdair MacMhuirich from Islay as he qualified for the men’s Mod Gold Medal yesterday morning.
A teenager from Islay lifted the Highland Society of London Trophy for solo singing at the Mod yesterday.
It was double delight for the Smith family at the Mod yesterday as twins Holly and Lucy won the David CB Maitland memorial trophy for singing a duet.