The only survivor of the Ben Nevis avalanche has returned home just three days after the tragedy which claimed the lives of his three companions.
Jon Cox hopes his Football Manager fame with Fort William can help build a sustainable legacy for the club.
Two climbers who were scaling Ben Nevis but decided to turn back less than an hour before the avalanche have described the terrifying conditions on the mountain.
Testing is under way on the new fleet of trains for the Caledonian Sleeper service between London and the north.
Plans for 325 much-needed homes in Fort William have been lodged by a leading social housing developer.
Heroic Highland care home dog made famous for helping the elderly is going into semi-retirement to protect him from secret tidbits of chocolate
A hero dog also famous for helping the elderly in a care home has taken semi-retirement to recover from secret tidbits of chocolate.
A sea wall is to be replaced in Fort William after "significant deterioration" to the coastal defence that backs onto a major road.
He has taken Fort William out of the Highland League from behind a computer screen but this weekend Jon Cox will get to sample the real thing.
A Paisley man has been found guilty of careless driving on the A82.
A climber whose mother died on K2 has gone missing on a dangerous 26,66ft high peak known as Killer Mountain in Pakistan.
NHS Highland staff claim they are being kept in the dark about a proposed rebuild of the hospital in Fort William.
A man has claimed his life was destroyed by allegations made about him assaulting a young person in a residential home.
The last surviving resident of an outer Hebridean island which was evacuated in the 1940s has passed away at the age of 91.
Hundreds of hours of consultation have failed to provide a solution to the gridlock that is the cause of daily misery for residents in Fort William.
A plan to build a visitor centre in the protected area of a Highland glen are due to be discussed with the local community.
Fort William FC win the hearts of locals in their support of finding a bone marrow donor for young girl
They might be at the bottom of the league, but one north football team has won the hearts of locals by joining the search for a donor for a young girl stricken with a rare cancer.
Police in Fort William are appealing for information after a number of vehicles were vandalised in the Upper Achintore area of the town.
Five fire crews and personnel from the police and ambulance service were all tasked this morning, after reports were received of a child in the water near to Silver Bridge, just north of Garve.
Laid-off staff from Fort William’s Underwater Centre could be entitled to claim up to £4,000.
Work on a multi-million alloy wheel factory got under way yesterday, with the first of more than 60 investigative boreholes being drilled.
A pensioner who fell ill in a remote area of Scotland was rescued after his distress signal was picked up in the US.
Lochaber police are appealing for information after a Portakabin operating as a food takeaway was broken into and a sum of money worth more than £100 was stolen.
Dutch train operator Abellio has announced it is closing its call centre in Lochaber and relocating its 19 jobs to Glasgow.
A rescue helicopter crew had to feed a parking meter after being grounded by fog in the Highlands.
Work has started to demolish a former theatre and shop complex to make way for a long-awaited cinema in Lochaber.
Complaints about foul play in the citing of a waste storage building on land near to the hub of a Highland village were voiced at a community meeting in Lochaber last night.
Highland family issue urgent plea for bone marrow donor for daughter diagnosed with a very rare cancer
The family of a young Highland girl, who has been diagnosed with a very rare cancer, are urgently looking for bone marrow donors.
Volunteers turned out in droves on Saturday to help clean up the wreckage of a devastating fire which destroyed the main buildings of a children’s nursery in Fort William.
Lochaber residents are celebrating as work began on a crossing to connect the two halves of their village after a five-year long campaign.
Fort William’s new caretaker manager Russell MacMorran admits he is facing a massive challenge to try to turn around the Lochaber club’s fortunes.
Snow has hit the western parts of Scotland with Oban and Fort William feeling the brunt of the weather.
A nursery community in Fort William has been left shocked and upset after an outdoor wooden structure used by pre-schoolers for learning and play was reduced to cinders overnight.