More than two dozen members of the clergy attended the funeral service of an island priest yesterday.
A Corpach man has been cleared of causing an ex-girlfriend fear and alarm.
A former soldier who crashed into a bridge at a set of road works has been disqualified for five months.
A Barra fisherman who drove while seven times over the limit was sentenced to six months behind bars.
Fort William man placed on sex offenders register after sexually assaulting two women in full view of a public bar
A man who sexually assaulted two women in full view of a public bar in Fort William has been placed on the sex offenders register.
A teenager has braved freezing and wet conditions to scale Ben Nevis five times within 24 hours in memory of his sister.
Fort William man spared immediate punishment after admitting shouting and swearing at his unfaithful wife
A Fort William man has been ordered to be of good behaviour for six months after pleading guilty to shouting and swearing at his ex-partner.
A voluntary group in Fort William are down to the final three for one of Scotland's most coveted community-enterprise awards.
Plans for a two-screen cinema in a Highland town have been well received by a west coast community.
A formal application for Scotland’s fourth-biggest wind farm, sited in the Highlands, has been lodged.
At age 30, Gary Campbell’s body was failing him as the most brutal form of Multiple Sclerosis ravaged his system.
Ambitious plans for a £14million college campus will be delivered to planners and funders next month, the director of finance at West Highland college has confirmed.
A record number of cruise ships are booked to sail into Fort William in 2019, as year-on-year the number of boats visiting increase.
A Lochaber mum has called for her fellow parents to stop teenagers putting themselves at risk by playing near an unsafe riverbank next to a fast-flowing river.
A senior council officer has said he would “hate to think” people didn’t feel included in plans for Fort William 2040, after community leaders said too few voices will be heard in planning process.
Transport Scotland confirmed a perceived increase in the number of deaths on the A82 discussed by councillors may not be based on facts it holds.
Boy racers who have “taken over” a town centre car park are causing havoc with reports of nightly speed trials, crashed cars and threats to anyone who complains.
Plans have been approved for a “Harry Potter” car park and access road near to the Glenfinnan viaduct as the numbers of visitors to the “pilgrimage” site continues to grow.
Plans for a purpose-built cinema in the centre of Fort William will be lodged with Highland Council in the next few weeks, the owner of the land has confirmed.
An elderly victim of a potential cash scam found two men working in her Lochaber garden before trying to take money from her.
The main route between Oban and Fort William is closed following a crash between a diesel tanker and a car.
A meeting at the ancient stronghold after which Fort William is named may change the course of its history.
A cyclist has died while taking part in a gruelling triathlon in Lochaber.
NHS Highland has advertised four top doctor posts - each worth around £100,000-a-year – for the Belford Hospital in Fort William.
Four Highland war memorials have received national awards in Legion Scotland’s 2018 campaign.
The owner of Fort William aluminium smelter has said it wants to alter plans for its £120 million alloy wheel factory at the site to enable it to double its output.
Ambitious development plans unveiled in Fort William yesterday will bring about the “biggest ever change” to the town and its infrastructure, it was claimed.
Lochaber police are encouraging motorists to drive responsibly after concerns about the anti-social use of vehicles in Fort William town centre.
Rat Race Adventure Sport’s Coast to Coast endurance challenge took place over the weekend and saw 2,000 participants make their way from the Moray Firth in the east to Loch Leven in the west.
The cancellation of the winter service of the hugely popular Harry Potter train for maintenance has been slammed.
A festival celebrating the best the Highlands has to offer in the way of Gaelic culture, music, dance and food has opened across the region.
Highland Council has announced a public consultation on a “masterplan” to develop Fort William and the surrounding area over the next generation.