A Gairloch couple were left shocked and distressed after someone broke into their restaurant and stole an evening's takings.
A Highland golf club was extensively damaged during a break-in at the weekend.
Sands Caravan and Camping is celebrating its 50th anniversary this May! Lots of options and first class facilities mean the family-owned holiday destination remains as popular as ever.
A popular Highland caravan and camping site has celebrated a milestone golden anniversary under the operation of one family.
An appeal for information has been issued by police after a motorcyclist was left with “life-changing” injuries following a crash on the A832 Cromarty to Ullapool road near Gairloch.
A stretch of the A832 has been closed following a crash.
Firefighters remain at the scene of a large wildfire along the A832 between Achnasheen and Gairloch.
Hopes have been raised for the future of the north's fishing industry after large shoals of herring were filmed spawning off the north-west coast.
Homes development worth £1.2m will offer vital carer support for elderly and disabled in Highland village
A £1.2 million specialist housing development aiming to keep more elderly and disabled in their home Wester Ross village was last night welcomed.
Scottish Water has lodged a new application to amend its discharge licence at Gairloch following a campaign by locals concerned about non-ultra-violet treated waste water being discharged at sea.
Step inside this beautifully situated eco home in an outstanding location close to the coastline and with magnificent views over the Western Isles and Torridons, writes Susan Welsh.
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.
A community garden in Gairloch that featured on the Beechgrove Garden has been enhanced by the addition of an old and no longer seaworthy boat.
Three long distance Scottish swimmers are to attempt a 25-mile crossing of the Minch - hoping to become the first ever to complete the swim and defeat swarms of stinging jellyfish.
It’s not often you see more than one on a golf course.
The last sea-going paddle steamer in the world is set to visit the Western Isles later this month for four days only.
A body has been found in the search for a missing Highlands pensioner.
A land, sea and air search is underway for an elderly woman reported missing in the Gairloch area in the early hours of this morning.
An abandoned area of wasteland in Gairloch has been transformed into a vibrant community space so residents can enjoy the sights from across the Loch.
It could soon be a return towards the great days of herring fishing off Scotland’s west coast.
Police have confirmed the names of the man and woman who died following the one-vehicle collision at Little Loch Broom yesterday.
A Wester Ross community was celebrating last night after Scottish Water withdrew plans to reduce treatment of waste water after a public outcry.
The Gairloch community has taken to its beaches to demonstrate against Scottish Water’s plans to downgrade the current water treatment works to a system that will produce a dirtier discharge into the waters of Loch Gairloch.
Health chiefs have apologised after a 61-year-old woman with suspected cancer of the womb was told she would have to wait “two to three months” for an emergency examination at hospital.
Forget their cute image - dolphins are being blamed by experts for the brutal killing of a harbour porpoise in Wester Ross.
Stars of the hit drama Outlander have lent their support to Gairloch Heritage Museum’s fundraising efforts.
A six year-old boy who was pulled from the water at a beach in Wester Ross has been transferred to a specialist hospital in Edinburgh.
A young child was airlifted to hospital after being pulled from the water at a beach in Wester Ross yesterday afternoon.
A Highland community is considering an appeal after the Scottish Government rejected its bid to purchase a lighthouse keeper's house.
A west coast fisherman has spoken out about "impossible" Home Office rules that he claims could drive him out of business.
Earlier this year, Strutt and Parker conducted a survey which reinforced the message that living by water remains a top aspiration for British homebuyers.
An inspection spot-check has praised "kind and caring" staff at a Ross-shire care home.