All Islands Posts
Police are looking to trace a driver who failed to stop after being followed through Lerwick by officers with blue lights on.
Unite the union has today raised serious health and safety concerns after being told of working dangerously long hours at the North Division of the Scottish Ambulance Service (SAS).
A north-east MP whose constituency could be removed by massive new proposed boundary changes has said he does not detect a “huge appetite” for a shake-up.
Facing “horrendous midgies” and overcoming leg cramps, staff from Stornoway Airport completed a 90-mile “lighthouse2lighthouse” challenge in less than 10 hours.
Mystery surrounds the "largest number" of recorded deep sea whale strandings around the west coast of Scotland and Ireland.
Thirteen drivers have been charged in relation to speeding by police in Skye and Lochalsh, following a week-long safety campaign.
More patients in the Outer Hebrides are being given consultations by video link to cut down on trips to the mainland.
It’s feared that dozens of people in the north and north-east have died waiting for an organ transplant since 2013, according to new NHS figures.
Shetland’s hopes of securing a bigger slice of the multi-billion-pound North Sea decommissioning market have received a boost.
Staff from Stornoway Airport are today taking on a lighthouse-to-lighthouse challenge spanning 84 miles.
A festival celebrating the best the Highlands has to offer in the way of Gaelic culture, music, dance and food has opened across the region.
Environmental health has received notification of a suspected growth of blue green algae at Loch of Clickimin in Lerwick.
CalMac and the Scottish Government were under fire again last night after further ferry disruption - with urder action demanded over the “shambles of island ferry services”.
Lifeboat crews were scrambled to an emergency call off the west coast - only for it to have turned out to have been a sighting of Mars.
Up to 30 jobs on Orkney are to be created following a £3million salmon farm investment announced yesterday.
There were a few raised eyebrows when a diminutive youngster started parading her skills during a mini football tournament alongside the boys in Aberdeen in 2001.
A body of a woman has been recovered after a search at Skye Bridge.
Summer has ended with a perfect swarm - an unusual third hatch of midges.
Fishermen have reacted angrily to proposals which would see trawling and dredging banned from a number of inshore lochs on the west coast and the islands in order to protect seabed vegetation.
This was the moment a sharped-eyed photographer snapped a stunning white-tailed eagle catching a fish.
A new deep sea marine reserve could be created off the Outer Hebrides to protect vulnerable habitats and species, it has emerged.
The Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry is to turn its attention to the historic Fort Augustus Abbey when it had been run by Benedictine monks.
Coastguard teams were called out to search the hills of Shetland this evening following reports of two people going missing.
A body of a woman has been recovered during a search at the Skye Bridge.
Concerns have been voiced over sea lice from farmed salmon pens allegedly having an effect on wild salmon numbers in the Outer Hebrides
Ten motorists have been arrested in connection with alleged drink driving offences over the weekend across the Highlands and Islands.
What a difference seven years makes.
Deputy First Minister John Swinney was invited to visit Broadford Primary School to assess the state of the school and to meet representatives campaigning for a new facility in the south of the island.
John Swinney described the new Gaelic school in Portree as “what the language deserved” at the official opening yesterday.
A young girl from Inverness who created a truly rubbish dress out of marine litter said she hopes to inspire a sea change in public attitudes towards pollution.
Skye looks set for another massive boost in tourism with the forthcoming release on Netflix of the new Robert the Bruce movie.
Island health chiefs have been forced to draw up contingency plans in case there is an exodus of top doctors after Brexit.