A primary school pupil from Fort William had the honour of cutting the ribbon to officially open a new puffin crossing in Lochaber.
Two fire crews from Fort William were called to help a Highland cow stuck in a bog today.
Lochaber residents are celebrating as work began on a crossing to connect the two halves of their village after a five-year long campaign.
A 51-year-old cyclist is in a serious condition in hospital after being injured in a crash near Fort William.
A four year battle to install pedestrian crossings at danger points on a busy Lochaber road took a step forward this week.
A Lochaber community is being urged to log every near miss at a school crossing on a busy trunk road after Transport Scotland rejected its plea for a pelican crossing.
A Highland community is calling for three new pedestrian crossings on a busy trunk road because people are having difficulty getting across the road at these locations.
The Kelpies have proved a massive success with tourists in Falkirk.
A canal swing bridge became stuck open yesterday morning disrupting train services on the West Highland Line.
A canal rail swing bridge has become stuck open and is disrupting train services on the West Highland Line.
A Highland estate, which enjoys spectacular views to the Nevis Range, has come on to the market.
Firefighters have been called to deal with two caravans on fire in Lochaber. A fire service spokeswoman said the incident at Tomonie, near Banavie, was reported just after noon. She said two appliances from Fort William had gone to the scene. No further details were available at this stage.
The ruins of a medieval Highland castle are once again accessible and attractive thanks to the work of local volunteers.
A new visitor centre is to open alongside the Caledonian Canal in the spring as par of Scottish Canals ambitious plans to turn Neptune's Staircase in Lochaber into a "world-class tourism destination"
Ambitious plans to turn Neptune's Staircase in Lochaber into a "world-class tourism destination" have taken a step forward with the granting of planning permission for a new interpretation centre.
A sweet-toothed stag has become public enemy number one in a tiny Highland village by invading gardens and eating strawberries.
A Viking longship limped along the Caledonian Canal this morning after losing her mast in high seas on an historical voyage from Norway.
A Lochaber community is being asked for its views on graffiti that has appeared on an historic tunnel under the Caledonian Canal.
Wood company BSW Timber in Lochaber has donated wooden planter boxes to a local primary school to encourage pupils and staff to discover their green fingered talents.