All Islands Posts
A highly esteemed and “legendary” Western Isles priest has died.
Plans for a 60-bed care facility in Orkney have been unveiled as part of a multi-million pound development.
A leading landscape designer is helping a charity transform a garden for patients at a city hospital.
A Western Isles family were saved from a blaze in their home which broke out while they were fast asleep early this morning.
Talks have taken place over the future of one of Scotland’s three Harris Tweed mills.
An MP has condemned as “unacceptable” the delay as victims’ families await answers about a fatal helicopter crash in Shetland more than five years ago.
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.
Britain’s largest seaweed processor - which even supplies algae for the sets of blockbusters like Pirates of the Caribbean and Star Wars - has been awarded more than £650,000 to grow more.
Shetland Amenity Trust is to scrap its loss-making cash for cans scheme at the end of March.
Salmon producers in the northern isles say they are confident 2019 could be the first year in the industry’s 40-year history that no seals will be shot in Shetland as multi-million pound investments into anti-predator nets begin to show positive results.
Shetland’s bid to send rockets into space has been boosted by the signing of a new deal with a similar project at the opposite end of Britain.
Whiteout conditions across the north and north-east caused havoc yesterday as winter continues to bite.
Dozens of communications failures between aircraft and air traffic control on island routes have occurred in the last five years, it can be revealed.
Rural commuters in the north and north east will be “penalised” by Derek Mackay’s workplace car-parking charge, it was claimed yesterday.
A community-owned wind turbine in Lewis has generated over half a million pounds for local causes as well supplying local homes with green electricity.
A community transport group on Barra already does good work around the island.
Members of the public reported an average of 124 incidents of anti-social behaviour every day across the north and north-east last year, Police Scotland data has revealed.
Young Western Isles footballer selected to represent Scotland youth side in next month’s triple bill
A budding young football star from the Western Isles has reason to celebrate after being called up to represent her country.
Students from across the north have spoken of their Brexit fears at a conference in Inverness yesterday.
With just 18 residents between them, two Inner Hebridean islands have mapped out their future - and past - in a world first.
Members of Stornoway Football Club have scored some new equipment courtesy of the Scottish Salmon Company.
Nicola Sturgeon has pledged to explore “all options” to help the 59 workers facing redundancy as a result of the closure of the Talk Talk call centre in Stornoway.
Emergency services were called to a crash in Shetland this morning.
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.
Freezing temperatures made for treacherous road conditions yesterday as schools across the north and north east were forced to stay closed or open late.
Derek Mackay yesterday paved the way for council tax rises across Scotland as he brokered a budget deal with the Greens that will also introduce a new levy on tourists.
Police have charged two men for using drones at this year's Up Helly Aa celebrations in Lerwick.
The Western Isles were dealt a serious jobs blow yesterday when Talktalk announced it is to close its site in Stornoway.
Two fire crews were tasked to a dwelling fire in South Uist this morning after the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service received reports of the incident at 7.20am.
Celebrations for Shetland’s Up Helly Aa fire festival continued long after the embers from the burning galley had faded.