A community has raised more than £33,000 for the family of a Skye man who died following a crash on the island.
A council which won a four-year battle to remove a pony from the house it was being kept in may have finally found it a new home.
An ambitious £45 million plan to redevelop the main harbour in the Outer Hebrides - and cater for large cruise ships - was unveiled yesterday.
CalMac ferry breakdown triggers renewed calls for Emergency Towing Vessel to be stationed at Stornoway
The breakdown of a CalMac ferry in the Minch has triggered renewed calls for an Emergency Towing Vessel (ETV) to be stationed at Stornoway.
The heartbroken family of a 54-year-old man who died in a serious four-vehicle crash on Skye have described him as a “devoted husband, father and friend”.
Organisers of Portree Highland Games forced to delay start of event as man dies in serious crash on A87
A 54-year-old man has died after a serious road traffic collision which closed part of the main road on Skye yesterday.
An onshore station once home to the families of the Flannan Isles lighthouse keepers could soon be bought over by the local community.
A man has died following a four-vehicle crash on the A87 on Skye.
A CalMac ferry had to be escorted into Stornoway by two lifeboats after it broke down in the Minch with hundreds of passengers and crew on board.
A whisky trail incorporating three Hebridean islands and four distilleries is set to launch later this month in a welcome boost to the local economy.
Dementia sufferers and their families could soon be better off with the introduction of an “innovative” new initiative that was developed at the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI).
A one-stop shop to support the frail and elderly in the north of Skye could be rolled-out across the island.
They say an elephant never forgets - but whales obviously have pretty good memories too.
A stag in the Western Isles is at “serious” risk after discarded plastic binding was entangled around its head and throat.
The population of the north-east fell last year after more than 20,000 people moved away and far fewer arrived to make the region their home.
Four crofting townships in the Western Isles hope to take advantage of the near-£600 million auction in their plans to develop community-owned wind farms.
An ambitious scheme to construct a road across the sea to inter-connect all the islands in the Outer Hebrides has been mooted.
A Stornoway guest house operator has won his legal case against the Energy Ombudsman over its service after he complained about overcharging by Scottish Gas.
An amateur football cup final in the Western Isles has been postponed after referees refused to cover the match.
Visitors to Skye were left astonished as the volume of traffic at one of the islands beauty spots caused parking pandemonium.
Gerard Butler was spotted on Skye, stopping off in Dunvegan to visit The Therapy Studio.
Western Isles police are seeking a suspect following the assault of a 19-year-old woman in Stornoway town centre.
Workers trade unions GMB and Unite said last night that they will fly to Canada to meet with BiFab owners DF Barnes for crunch talks with senior management.
Western Isles Council has been fined £12,000 and ordered to pay £6,000 in compensation after a boy was injured by hazardous chemicals used to clean piers.
Police are appealing for information following a vehicle fire on Stornoway.
Hundreds of seasonal employees on Skye have made complaints about working conditions on the island, according to the Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB).
An Education Scotland inspection report has found there are “improvements needed” in the Western Isles’ community learning and development (CLD).
Scottish Water has issued a warning to customers on the Isle of Lewis to continue to use water wisely, despite recent rainfall on the Hebridean isle.
A cancer support group on the Isle of Lewis is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, providing relief and sociable gatherings to its members.
Organisers of the Hebridean Celtic Festival - which will finish this evening - believe this year’s event will be the most successful in its 23-year history after selling out all four nights.
The mother of a young kidney transplant patient in Lewis is set to host a fun day aimed at providing support and relief to children who suffer from renal problems and their families.
A national charity has warned residents in the Western Isles to be vigilant after reports of people posing as doorstep collectors for good causes.