A vital petrol station on Skye has reopened following a £3.5million overhaul.
Following extensive consultation after a community backlash, the Co-Op has announced a diesel supply will be maintained at its Broadford filling station while £3.4 million worth of refurbishment works are conducted.
The Co-op has delayed refurbishment work on Skye’s only 24-hour filling station after a backlash by by community groups and leaders fearing the vital resource would be closed off to the public for three months.
Lochaber police are appealing for information following a theft of fuel from a hotel in the Fort William area.
Visitors to Skye were left astonished as the volume of traffic at one of the islands beauty spots caused parking pandemonium.
There is “no good reason” why fuel retailers are refusing to cut prices, a motoring organisation has claimed.
Levels of fuel poverty in this country continue to shame us all.
Police are urging people living in north-east rural areas to be vigilant of fuel thieves after several properties in the Keith area were targeted.
A remote Highland community is hoping to buy its lifeline local shop, post office and filling station after its owner was hit by ill health.
Moray fuel supply firm Gleaner Oils has set its sights on expansion after moving back into the black.
More than 30 MPs from across the political spectrum have joined forces with campaigners to urge the chancellor to reject a "duplicitous" rise in fuel duty after two government ministers failed to rule out the move.
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Motorists and business leaders have hailed the introduction of a discount fuel scheme as a major boost for the north.
Scottish motorists could be wasting millions of pounds a year by sticking to outdated fuel saving driving techniques, according to a leading energy organisation.
Motorists across the north will find out in the next few weeks if they will be able to buy cut-price petrol and diesel.
Police in Shetland have issued an urgent warning to drivers to avoid overfilling their vehicles with diesel, after several reports of fuel being spilt over island roads.
The competition watchdog has proposed tougher rules which could help cut the cost of fuel on the Western Isles.