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.
A lifeboat and helicopter were called out to help a man reportedly struggling in the sea near Benbecula this evening.
A five-star visitor attraction on Skye is to open its doors early this year as it extends its season in response to Skye’s growing popularity as a tourism destination.
CalMac’s independent Community Board has teamed up with the ferry company to help raise the profile of Scotland’s west coast islands as business destinations.
One of the Small Isles is taking steps to boost its population following drives by Muck, Ulva, Canna and Stronsay over the past few years.
Police in the Highlands and Islands have seized drugs worth more than £820,000 during a four week period over January and February.
Awareness event to be held as marine conservation studies set to be carried out in Skye and Lochalsh
An awareness event to mark the launch of a new marine conservation project is due to be held in the south of Skye later this month, as a marine conservation group gets set to deploy measures to address marine pollution and climate change in the Skye and Lochalsh area.
The island of Raasay has received a welcome boost to its housing stock after a substantial sum was granted by the Scottish Land Fund to help secure two acres of land to build affordable homes.
Education chefs have placed two crumbling Skye schools at the top of its priority list as efforts are made to address the state of the north school estate.
Traffic over the Skye bridge dropped last year amid reports that tourists had been put-off by claims that the island was full-up.
Low bed numbers in Skye ‘still a concern’ despite plans for 24-bed community hospital going on display
The number of hospital beds in Portree and the north of Skye are “still of concern”, in spite of plans for a 24-bed community hospital going on display for the first time yesterday.
Visitors coming to Mull this summer will be advised how to drive on single track roads - before they even reach land.
The woman who died in a crash on the A87 near Kyle of Lochalsh on Monday has been named as Anne Marie MacDonald.
Organisers and participants praise successful major training incident at Mowi fish feed plant on Skye
Organisers and emergnecy workers who took part in a major incident training day at the new fish feed plant on Skye have hailed the event a success.
An ambitious project to reopen the former A87 road on Skye - which once ran between Kyleakin and Broadford - for a cycle way has won the backing of a sustainable transport charity.
A brand new festival is to take place in the south of Skye this summer with an onus on celebrating the very best of Gaelic culture and what the west coast has to offer.
Potentially life-saving equipment will be handed out to Scots at risk of contracting a disease on the hills, the Scottish Government has confirmed.
Two new path projects are set to get underway in north Skye, as the latest phase in a community organisation’s heritage development.
Skye primary school pupils hailed for ingenious video idea after reaching final of national competition
Pupils at a Skye primary school have received national recognition for their film-making skills.
Skye has made it back onto one of the world’s most prestigious travel lists - despite being cited as “a place to avoid” by the same group in 2018.
A 25-year-old Oban man has appeared in private at Inverness Sheriff Court in connection with a fire at the Kinloch Lodge Hotel at Sleat on the Isle of Skye.
Residents in Kyleakin on Skye were left baffled as sparks could be seen bursting from power cables disrupting the electricity supply to some homes in the village.
He is known for his chirpy advice - but now lovable cartoon character Donald from Skye has flown the nest to China.
Stornoway Coastguard were called to assist a vessel with engine trouble earlier today. Coastguard were alerted to the incident, off Loch Snizort, at 12.46pm. A coastguard spokesman said: “A tugboat is assisting the vessel back to port, alongside Portree Lifeboat.”
Aspiring island businessmen and women are being asked to think big for some of Scotland’s smallest inhabited islands off the west coast of Mull.
It started as a local environmental centre offering wildlife tours to Skye visitors.
A Skye teenager on-call with the RNLI over Christmas was celebrating yesterday after successfully navigating her first real shout.
It was a disaster which had lasting repercussions for generations of people in the Western Isles.
They have been involved in otter conservation for years, rescuing more than 200 in the UK alone.