Eight men have been found hiding aboard a ferry travelling from France to Ireland on Wednesday, officials have confirmed.
A British man has been arrested in Calais after his mother was reportedly found dead next to him in the car as he was about to board a ferry to the UK.
The owner and driver of a lorry seized by police after 16 people were found in a sealed trailer on board a ferry are Irish, officers confirmed.
West coast ferry services are due to return to normal for most islands after a week of chaos and disruption.
Ferry operator David MacBrayne, which operates CalMac Ferries, has recorded a record boom in passenger numbers.
Ferry operator CalMac is seeking to appoint a service provider to deliver an adequate ferry booking and ticket solution for its vast network across Scottish islands.
A new multi-million-pound contact for ferry services between Aberdeen and the northern isles has been awarded- with promises of cheaper fares and improved cabins.
A man who jumped from a ferry in an attempt to end his life has bravely opened up about his ordeal and urged others battling depression to seek help.
CalMac was forced to reshuffle its fleet after one of its largest ships developed a crack in her hull, creating massive upheaval for a number of west coast island services.
The 10th anniversary of the first Sunday ferries to the Sabbatarian bastion of the Isle of Lewis was both celebrated and lamented yesterday.
A bride has revealed how a broken-down ferry nearly ruined her dream wedding today.
CalMac has been urged to provide extra inter-island ferry sailings to cope with soaring demand across the Western Isles this summer.
An independent survey on the ferry services to and from Mull has revealed islanders have little confidence in their reliability.
Residents warn that a car ban on the Mull-Lochaline ferry will have a devastating effect on islanders
Plans for a car ban on a lifeline island ferry service will have a devastating impact on businesses, commuters, tourists and parents, it has been claimed.
The launch of two long-awaited CalMac vessels has been delayed yet again amid anger that islanders are being left “in limbo” when it comes to lifeline ferry services.
Residents in a Shetland settlement are up in arms after it emerged that an international salmon farming service company is planning to build a large net cleaning plant on crofting land next to the Toft ferry terminal.
Islanders on Barra have been left furious after the second breakdown in five days of their "lifeline" ferry service to the mainland.
A dislodged piece of wood, used as a buffer on a busy pier, will not stop passengers or vehicles accessing the busy ferry route, Argyll and Bute Council said yesterday.
A diver had to be airlifted to hospital this morning after falling ill with decompression sickness.
Details of the next contract for the Northern Isles lifeline ferry service have been published by Transport Scotland, but the procurement is facing a legal challenge from Orkney based Pentland Ferries.
CalMac’s independent Community Board has teamed up with the ferry company to help raise the profile of Scotland’s west coast islands as business destinations.
A major project will begin next year to replace all of Shetland’s ferry linkspans.
Two men whose plot to bring nearly £30,000 worth of cannabis into Shetland was scuppered when the speedboat they used to ferry the drugs into Lerwick off a NorthLink ship sparked the attention of the emergency services have been sent to prison.
The repair bill to the ageing government-owned ferry fleet in Scotland has more than doubled in a decade to almost £20 million a year, a report issued yesterday revealed.
A meeting has been called to discuss one of the busiest routes on the west coast ferry network - but users say it is not words but action that are needed to solve poor service.
A call for action to address the reliability and capacity of ferry services to the Western Isles have been made by the Islands’ tourism industry organisation, with its chief warning that if action is not taken problems experienced in 2018 could be repeated next year.
A ferry damaged after hitting the pier in Stornoway has docked in Aberdeen for repairs.
Serious concerns are being raised about the age of West Coast ferry stock, after the eighth major breakdown in one year.
A ferry service to the Western Isles will cost taxpayers at least £67 million by 2022 – but bankers will still own the 700-passenger ship.
A Swiss tourist on a Highland ferry was fined £1,000 for filming a man in the next toilet cubicle.
Altering bus and ferry times to make them fit better around the new school timetable will cost Shetland Islands Council around £47,000 a year.
Police have named a man missing from a ferry travelling between Aberdeen and Shetland as 58-year-old Charlie Gibson.