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.
A revised Highland Council five-year Gaelic plan will go out to public consultation from next week.
Whisky bosses have raised their glasses to councillors' approval of an extension of car parking at Talisker's distillery at Carbost on Skye.
Islanders and their guests joined together yesterday to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the pioneering community buyout of Eigg.
A raft of new measures to protect and empower the islands have been hailed as a "historic milestone" for remote communities.
An island's infrastructure is not able to cope with the growing number of visitors it receives each year.
A grief-stricken islands community will gather today to bury the first of the Manchester terror attack victims.
Islanders will be able to have their say about their water supply at an open event this month.
The north's police chief has been replaced after just a year in the job, it can be revealed.
Two men have died after a light aircraft crashed into the sea off the west coast.
This is the moment a team of firefighters pulled a one-tonne bull from a bog after it got stuck.
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.
Skye is "shooting itself in the foot" when it comes to catering for the thousands of visitors to the island every year.
This is the moment two tourists who had been reported missing were rescued from a ridge on Skye.
An 82-year-old former Aberdeen city police officer seriously injured his wife when his car was involved in a head-on collision.
A new island arts programme will provide a jobs and training boost.
A bus service on Skye will return on a reduced basis - three weeks after it was axed.
A new dentist has opened on Skye.
Portree Lifeboat was called out yesterday morning when a yacht broke down near the island of Rona.
Skye's MSP has tabled a parliamentary motion welcoming Staffin Community Trust's planning application to build six new houses in the area.
Complaints about a lack of connectivity of public transport services on the isle of Skye should be addressed by a new summer bus service.
A 25-year-old Skye fisherman threw an axe through the front door window of a couple he followed home after a night out.
The first new housing development in a north Skye community for almost 20 years moved a step closer this week.