Loganair has been urged to review how they deal with cancellations following a “fiasco” over Western Isles flights.
Summer flights across the Highlands and Islands face being grounded after air traffic controllers yesterday voted to implement strike action.
A lifeboat and helicopter were called out to help a man reportedly struggling in the sea near Benbecula this evening.
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.
A missile testing range on the Western Isles has recorded one of its busiest years as Nato allies take advantage of the unique facility.
Archaeologists find evidence of ‘incredibly rare’ early human activity in a submerged Western Isles forest
Archaeologists have found evidence of “incredibly rare” early human activity at a submerged prehistoric forest in the Outer Hebrides.
The Coastguard Operations Centre in Stornoway has today been aiding two broken down vessels off Iona and Benbecula.
Health workers in the Western Isles are to hold a series of public consultations to find out what life is like for patients living with a Neurological condition.
The contractor tasked with undertaking renovation works to Kirkwall Airport’s air traffic control tower has been announced as Bell Contracts and Co, based in Inverness.
A north MSP has sharply criticised Highlands and Islands Airports Limited (HIAL) for basing a brand new centralised air traffic control system at Inverness airport.
Police Scotland has appealed for information into the “illegal” killing of two pregnant red deer on North Uist.
A Highlands and Islands-wide programme of skills workshops for entrepreneurs and social enterprises is being launched this month.
Federation urges crofters to consult updated muir burning code amid spate of wildfires in the Highlands and Islands
The Scottish Crofting Federation has urged crofters who practice muir burning to take extra care after several recent fires spread out of control in dry and windy conditions.
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.
An unmanned aircraft crashed into the sea while undergoing trials off the Western Isles.
A community company in the Outer Hebrides has appointed a local man to a top post.
Ambitious plans to grow the economy of a group of community-owned islands have been revealed - including a major new house-building project.
Loganair has been awarded a new contract to provide flights between Stornoway and Benbecula.
Western Isles Council has been accused of "vandalising" vital inter-island plane links, providing a worse service for Uist, Benbecula and Barra.
A five day plane service between Benbecula and Stornoway is set to be reinstated.
The public are being warned to stay away from a dead giant whale that washed ashore in the Outer Hebrides yesterday amid fears that it could explode.
Two Western Isles pensioners were left shivering in the cold on New Year's Day after thieves stole all their heating oil.
A new study is being carried out to look at the social and cultural importance of small airports to local communities.
Friday flights between Stornoway and Benbecula will be restored next month.
A bumper crowd turned out in Benbecula over the weekend for the island's first ever musical festival.
The possibility of reinstating a five-day air service between Stornoway and Benbecula is being considered by Western Isles Council.
A footballer who killed his friend in a horror smash just three months after passing his test last night avoided a jail sentence.
A footballer broke down yesterday as he admitted killing his teammate in a horror crash - just three months after passing his test.
One of Scotland's most popular artworks will be on display in the Outer Hebrides in the coming weeks.
Firefighters have tackled a blaze in a house in a Benbecula village.
A man is behind bars after being convicted of an attack on his partner in the Outer Hebrides.
An 11th hour attempt will be made today to persuade council bosses to spend £20million on preventing a repeat of a tragic accident that claimed the lives of a family of five.