Two crews have been called out to a caravan fire on Skye.
A Skye village has been pinpointed as the latest venue for affordable homes as efforts to meet growing demand for accommodation continues.
The "intolerable" three-times-a-week trips of hundreds of miles for life-saving kidney dialysis treatment for islanders and wets Highlanders are to come to an end.
One of Scotland's foremost historians once made a promise to his aunt Margaret at the end of her life that he would write a little island's story and his family's part in it.
A yellow object reported in Broadford Bay on Skye has prompted an RNLI lifeboat to investigate.
A £37 million contract to build two community hospitals in the Highlands has been awarded to international infrastructure group Balfour Beatty.
The delivery of a much-needed 21st century new school and community hub in a Skye village has taken an important step closer.
It has been described as a week of mixed emotions for conservationists at the International Otter Survival Fund (IOSF) headquarters in Skye after one otter was released into the wild but another was found dead.
Two lively adult otters have been released into the wild following their stay at an otter sanctuary on Skye.
A vital petrol station on Skye has reopened following a £3.5million overhaul.
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.
Two people have been taken to hospital after a one-car crash in the Highlands this evening.
An ambitious project to reopen the former A87 road on Skye - which once ran between Kyleakin and Broadford - for a cycle way has won the backing of a sustainable transport charity.
It started as a local environmental centre offering wildlife tours to Skye visitors.
They have been involved in otter conservation for years, rescuing more than 200 in the UK alone.
Skye residents and officials have voiced their concerns at the lack of progress - and cash - to implement changes promised to give them a “basic” health service on the island.
An island organisation hopes to bring together tourism businesses, tomorrow, to mark an the next stage in its plan to develop the destination.
Following extensive consultation after a community backlash, the Co-Op has announced a diesel supply will be maintained at its Broadford filling station while £3.4 million worth of refurbishment works are conducted.
Flights could be operating between Skye and the central belt within two years - at a cost of more than £2 million.
Plans to demolish a significant part of a historic piece of Aberdeen’s history to make way for a £100million “urban village” have been recommended for approval.
The Co-op has delayed refurbishment work on Skye’s only 24-hour filling station after a backlash by by community groups and leaders fearing the vital resource would be closed off to the public for three months.
Preparatory works for a new £15 million hospital to serve the people of Skye and Lochalsh in Broadford are on course to begin next week.
Emergency service are currently in attendance at a serious four vehicle collision on Skye.
Online holiday accommodation giant AirBnB has been urged to issue “responsible tourism” advice for guests visiting the Highlands - particularly for drivers tackling narrow roads such as on the NC500 route.
Two towns on the Moray Firth coast have been named amongst the UK’s top beach holiday destinations.
A French walker was airlifted to medics earlier today after falling at an iconic Skye landmark.
Business chiefs believe the £100million project to transform one of Aberdeen’s most historic sites into an urban village could be a “catalyst” for improving the city centre as a place to live and work.
A minor injuries unit on Skye suspended services overnight last night following a string of closures in recent months.
Pupils and parents have branded their primary school on Skye so “disgustingly dilapidated” that it is a serious health risk – and have resorted to shaming Highland Council and the Scottish Government online as a last resort to getting a new building.
MacKinnon Memorial Hospital in Skye has closed to new admissions following patients being diagnosed with flu.
Patients living in the north of Skye requiring out-of-hours care will no longer be forced to travel to the south of the island.
An island loyalty card scheme could reach the heights if a report is approved today.