A crofter on Fair Isle and the community’s nurse have come up with a novel way of helping a young lamb get back to full strength following a debilitating illness - homemade "bionic" legs.
A devastating blaze which razed the popular Fair Isle Bird Observatory would have destroyed the building even if more firefighters from the mainland had been able to attend the island inferno quicker.
Thousands of pounds have been raised for the Shetland MRI scanner appeal thanks to a knitting campaign which has attracted interest from across the world.
With their bright colours and expressive features, they are one of Scotland's most photogenic birds.
A multi-agency meeting is set to be held to discuss the Fair Isle Bird Observatory fire and focus on any lessons which can be learned.
Nicola Sturgeon yesterday said it was “shameful” that three part-time Fair Isle firefighters from France have had to apply to stay on the island because of Brexit.
Island MP welcomes prime minister’s support for Fair Isle Bird Observatory rebuild after ‘heartbreaking’ blaze
The recent fire at a world-famous bird observatory on the Fair Isle was a topic of discussion at today's Prime Minister's Questions.
Nearly £20,000 has been raised for the family who runs the Fair Isle Bird Observatory after their home and possessions were destroyed in the fire that left the renowned research facility in ruins.
The president of a world-famous bird observatory destroyed in a fire has vowed it will rise from the ashes.
Fire crews transported by helicopter and lifeboat as fire wreaks havoc through Fair Isle bird observatory
A fire crew had to be flown in by Coastguard helicopter after a blaze broke out at a world-famous bird observatory on the remote Fair Isle near Shetland.
Two fire crews are currently attending a building fire at a Bird Observatory on the remote Fair Isle near Shetland.
A swathe of churches earmarked for closure across Shetland has been announced – including a number on remote islands.
A builder working to install 24-hour electricity to a remote British island for the first time is set to stay there - after falling in love with “the light of his life”.
Residents on the Fair Isle are celebrating today as a renewable energy system goes live, giving them a 24-hour power supply for the first time in the island’s history.
A private plane skidded off the gravel runway on a remote Scottish island after its commercial pilot became “over-relaxed” and failed to notice he was landing too fast, investigators have ruled.
It is one of Britain’s most remote locations, with a population of just 60.
It only has 50 residents.
Six people have been evacuated from a light aircraft after the plane’s landing gear broke on the runway.
A small island between Orkney and Shetland is on course to enjoy a 24-hour electricity supply for the first time by the end of September.
The remote island community of Fair Isle has launched a fundraising drive in a bid to secure enough cash to replace the faulty heating system at its public hall.
It's not quite the island at the edge of forever.
For anyone south of Shetland, it has always been a marathon journey.
Shetland Islands Council has agreed to put £250,000 towards a proposed new electricity scheme in Fair Isle which would see the remote island community have access to guaranteed 24-hour electricity for the first time.
Britain's remotest island community could secure a guaranteed 24-hour power supply for the first time if a proposed new £2.65million electricity system gets the go-ahead.
Migrating birds are extending their stays in the north of Scotland rather than hurrying back to warmer climes, researchers have found.
A fisherman had to be rescued after his ship started to sink near Shetland yesterday. The skipper raised the alarm while sailing near the Fair Isle at about 2.45pm. Shetland Coastguard subsequently launched its search and rescue helicopter and the man was airlifted to safety. The coastguard confirmed the 32ft Hope Three vessel later sank.
A fisherman had to be rescued after his ship began to sink near Shetland earlier today.
Fashion giant Chanel has been forced into apologising to a Fair Isle knitwear designer after copying her design without credit.
A development plan has been launched to support life in one of Scotland’s remotest communities.
The migratory habits of bird species are changing, according to researchers in Shetland.
A remorseful Atlantic Puffin bearing a floral gift captured the eyes and hearts of some of the most esteemed photographers in the country to be named one of Scotland’s nature image of the year.
One woman on Fair Isle, a tiny island between Shetland and Orkney, has big plans for the distinctive knitwear that originated there centuries ago and is now replicated across the globe.