They are from very different parts of the country and have been involved in contrasting career paths.
Councillors will discuss controversial plans to bring in a £9-a-day parking charge in Mull today.
A long-running Holyrood petition by healthcare campaigners on Skye has been closed by MSPs after a successful resolution to their demands.
A community interest company from the Highlands and islands are trying to raise £10,000 for the last sea-going manually operated turntable ferry in the world.
Plans for central belt flights from Skye have been dealt a blow as it emerged no Scottish Government cash will be available for the project.
A male walker was rescued from the north end of Skye earlier this evening after falling and hurting his back.
A row has erupted after it emerged a round consultation meetings on the future of emergency tugs in UK waters will not visit Scottish coastal communities.
The second controversial gay pride event in the Outer Hebrides is to go ahead this weekend - but with the local council again refusing to fly the LGBT rainbow flag from its headquarters in support.
Officers were taken by Mallaig Lifeboat on Sunday after reports of a fire raising incident at one of its key community buildings.
A team from the Fire Investigation Unit will shortly be on scene at an iconic pub on the Isle of Mull after a fire devastated the building overnight.
An estate in the north west of Skye is to be divided up and sold, after Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) announced plans for a phased exit from its ownership of Orbost Estate.
A former paramedic was yesterday found guilty of nine charges of abuse and abduction during a 20-year period.
A project to link air travel between Skye and the central belt of Scotland was given the go-ahead at Highland Council yesterday.
A project to link air travel between Skye and the central belt of Scotland got Highland Council's backing this afternoon.
An independent survey on the ferry services to and from Mull has revealed islanders have little confidence in their reliability.
Residents warn that a car ban on the Mull-Lochaline ferry will have a devastating effect on islanders
Plans for a car ban on a lifeline island ferry service will have a devastating impact on businesses, commuters, tourists and parents, it has been claimed.
A man has been rescued and airlifted to hospital after falling off a cliff on the Isle of Skye.
Scores of volunteers flocked to the shores of Skye’s north end at the weekend to assist in a locally organised beach clean.
Motorists using the A87 south of Portree are set to benefit from an improved road surface when resurfacing works start this week.
Walkers have been warned of the fast-changing nature of Scotland’s weather on the hills after two consecutive rescues on misty peaks in Skye.
This is the moment two climbers who became cragfast while climbing on Skye were winched to safety.
A dislodged piece of wood, used as a buffer on a busy pier, will not stop passengers or vehicles accessing the busy ferry route, Argyll and Bute Council said yesterday.
A vital petrol station on Skye has reopened following a £3.5million overhaul.
Electricity has been restored to customers on Colonsay following damage to a subsea cable - but investigations are still ongoing to find the source of the fault.
Attempts to trace a missing 72-year-old man on the Isle of Raasay entered their third day yesterday with search efforts focused on the south end of the island.
A coastguard rescue team and the RNLI lifeboat from Oban have been launched to assist a student with a suspected dislocated leg on the Isle of Kerrera.
The emergency services yesterday continued their search for a missing pensioner on the Isle of Raasay after he was reported missing on Sunday afternoon near a disused mine.
A Scottish rescue team was called out to reports of a man suffering a cardiac arrest - only to discover it was one of their members.
Few teenagers find themselves on the board of an organisation with multi-million-pound assets.
A fire sparked by a discarded cigarette has destroyed habitats on a west coast island that will take five to 20 years to recover, environmentalists have revealed.
Lack of cash and retention of staff will see roads maintenance on Skye an issue for years and years to come, councillors heard yesterday.
Flights from Skye to London and the central belt set to take off as airport plan is approved by Highland councillors
A controversial plan for a trial of flights from a Skye airstrip to the central belt of Scotland and London has been approved by councillors.