Plans to protect 300 Lochaber homes from flash flooding have taken a step forward after council officers launched the search for a contractor to carry out the works.
Nearly a dozen fishing roads have been stolen from a garden in Fort William.
Lochaber councillors have questioned Highland Council’s choice of heating system for a new social housing development at Fort William.
Residents on a street in a Highland village were evacuated after explosives' experts were called to deal with a wartime bomb taken home by a fisherman.
People in a Highland village were told to leave their homes on Sunday night after concern was raised about a potential explosive device.
After a bike was stolen in Fort William, police decided to put out an appeal for witnesses.
Police in Fort William are appealing for information in connection with the theft of a Poppy Scotland collecting tin from the Co-op supermarket in Kilmallie Road in Caol.
A brand new children’s play park has opened in the largest village in the Highlands - and it includes a plaque dedicated to a Lochaber girl whose battle with cancer touched everyone’s hearts.
The theft of children's bicycles and toys from gardens in Caol has prompted an appeal by Lochaber police.
It is one of the largest villages in Scotland and Caol in Lochaber has now moved a step closer to having a suitable play park.
A by-election is to be held for the Caol and Mallaig ward of Highland Council following following the death of Councillor Billy MacLachlan.
A Highland community is mourning the loss of a “beautiful girl” whose battle with cancer touched everyone’s hearts.
Contestants from Lochaber, Barra and the Isle of Lewis celebrated at the Royal National Mod when the winners of the traditional singing competition were announced.
Tributes have been paid to a north father-of-two who died suddenly on a golfing holiday to Ireland.
The countdown to a record-breaking event which will generate more than £2 million to the Lochaber economy began yesterday.
Two fundraising events have been held in Lochaber at the weekend to help send a local man halfway round the world for ground-breaking treatment.
A historic Lochaber footbridge has been left “unfinished” according to critics after £400,000 was spent upgrading it.
Police in Lochaber believe young people are putting their lives at risk during the school holidays by sneaking into local building sites and derelict properties.
Sixty badly-needed new homes have been approved for Lochaber at the site of the former Lochyside Catholic school.
The mission of Lochaber residents to create a new play park in their village moved a step closer to reality this week.
An uninsured driver who collided with a police van and smashed into another vehicle has been given a "last chance" and was spared returning to jail.
The remnants of a former Lochaber school were demolished yesterday to make way for car parking.
Work will start to repair a much-missed footbridge on the Great Glen Way as soon as funding is confirmed, it has been revealed.
Police in Lochaber are appealing for witnesses to an accident on the A82 Fort William to Glasgow road and two incidents in which parked cars were damaged.
A row has broken out over the design of part of a new £16million Lochaber school, which locals claim looks like a prison.
The vision for a new 70-home housing development on a former Lochaber primary school site is to be revealed to people living in the area next week.
Pupils at two Lochaber primary schools yesterday celebrated their last day in their old schools before moving into a new £16million joint campus next week.
A concerned father has launched a petition calling for a 20mph speed limit on a road near the new joint school campus in Lochaber.
A Lochaber man had sentence deferred for knocking a police officer unconscious and pushing another down the stairs.
Pupils will be moving into a £16million joint school campus in Lochaber at the end of this month.
A contractor is being sought to carry out repairs to a footbridge on the Great Glen Way which has been closed for more than a year to anyone unable to tackle 26 steep steps.
A Lochaber man who repeatedly punched another man following a row over their dogs was yesterday ordered to do 180 hours unpaid work.