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.
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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.
By any standards, they are major success stories in the ever-demanding tourism sector.
A man who was awaiting sentence after his dog nipped three people has died.
Scottish tourism bosses have confirmed nearly two-thirds of their tourist information centres will close as part of a “radical” move, designed to meet the increasingly digital needs of visitors.
It was good news and bad news for an island’s top eateries when Michelin announced its coveted food award stars for 2018.
New figures have revealed that the number of drivers caught using mobile phones at the wheel in the north has plummeted in the wake of tougher laws which came into force this year.
An angry Skye community organisation is to request a formal review into its rejected bid to purchase land at one of the island’s most popular and iconic landmarks, the Old Man of Storr.
A fishing skipper who filmed his own horrific catalogue of rape and abuse of a vulnerable woman was jailed for nine years yesterday.
A prominent figure on Skye has sent out a message that the island is “well-and-truly open for business” as she appealed for calm amid a row over rising numbers of tourists.
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.
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.