Police were ferried by lifeboat to a Scottish island with less than 200 people to investigate reports of a rare crime.
Loganair is to bring jets back into the sky for the first time in 30 years between Glasgow and Stornoway with the additional prospect of new European routes to and from the islands from next year.
A street in Skye village was put on lock down for several hours on last night as police dealt with an incident involving one man.
It was an occasion many people thought they would never see.
Police are investigating the bizarre theft of a 400-year-old claymore sword from a museum on the tiny island of Canna.
A tiny school on a remote Scottish island has taken to social media in the hope of finding a new teacher for its 10 pupils.
Stornoway Coastguard have been called out to attend to two separate incidents involving drifting vessels due to the weather.
The first road has been opened on a tiny Scottish island with just six people.
A Skye man who sent young girls sexual communications via social media during a five-year period was jailed for eight months yesterday.
Skye councillors yesterday welcomed news that a trial of air services between Skye and Glasgow could be imminent.
The ambitious construction of a new viewing platform park and car park at a Skye gorge begins today.
Ambitious £10million plans to build the first distillery on the Hebridean island of South Uist in 174 years – just a stone’s throw from the setting of Whisky Galore – have been unveiled.
Some people thought the original idea was pie in the sky.
A Skye teenager who sent young girls sexual communications via social media during a five-year period is facing a jail sentence.
A walker has been airlifted to hospital after falling on Sgurr MhicChoinnich in the Cuillins on Skye. The alarm was raised at about 4.30pm, with the coastguard helicopter scrambled to the scene. The walker is believed to have suffered minor injuries, but was flown to Raigmore Hospital.
A French walker was airlifted to medics earlier today after falling at an iconic Skye landmark.
Campaigners on Skye are celebrating after health professionals recommended healthcare at Portree Hospital should be significantly enhanced.
Problems highlighted over the past two years include nursing staff at Portree Community Hospital having to cook for patients due to a shortage of staff.
Teams from Police Scotland, Oban Mountain Rescue and a Coastguard search and rescue helicopter were called to an incident on the Isle of Mull earlier today as reports of an injured hill walker were received.
The UK's new home secretary is under pressure to reverse a controversial decision to block a Canadian teacher from filling a long-vacant post at an island primary school.
As whisky producers go, it certainly does its bit per square foot.
Three giant basking sharks have been recorded off the island of Mull - in one of the earliest ever sightings of Britain’s largest fish in Scottish waters.
A 57-year-old man has been charged in connection with the recovery of cannabis valued at £38,400 from a property in Skye.
It is always good news to see eagles on a golf course.
A small island community hopes to produce almost all of its power through renewable sources after securing £1.3million in funding.
A minor injuries unit on Skye suspended services overnight last night following a string of closures in recent months.
As plans are lodged to create a luxury ecological resort hotel in Skye, we've taken a look at what the entrepreneurial husband and wife business team have planned.
A holidaymaker who planned to take photographs of a beautiful sunset on Skye found himself caught out by the weather as snow fell on one of Scotland’s most picturesque peaks.
A Skye community organisation has withdrawn its bid to purchase council-owned land at one of the island’s busiest visitor sites.
More than 30 firefighters battled for over 24 hours to stop a wildfire in the north of Skye before crews dealt with another wildfire on Benbecula yesterday.
The construction of a viewing platform at an iconic Skye waterfall featured in films has moved a step forward.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said she is “delighted” to see almost £500,000 committed to ease pressure at tourist hot-spots on Skye and Orkney.