Campaigners hoping to save the last manually-operated seagoing turntable ferry have hit 60% of their fundraising target.
Gavin Maxwell was one of Scotland's most highly acclaimed writers and conservationists.
A video has been launched, recognising the bravery of a west coast mountain rescue team, whose leader is leaving the role after more than 20 years of service.
A community interest company from the Highlands and islands are trying to raise £10,000 for the last sea-going manually operated turntable ferry in the world.
NHS Highland chief executive visits Skye, Lochalsh and Raasay as progress of Ritchie report monitiored
The newly-appointed chief executive of NHS Highland yesterday visited communities in Skye and Lochalsh to hear first hand their concerns over health provision in the area.
A landslide on the main route over the Mam Ratagan brought traffic to a halt yesterday, with locals unable to get in and out of the villages of Glenelg and Ratagan.
Operators had a five-hour wait for high tide to free Scotland’s last manual turntable ferry in the Kylerhea narrows, Skye.
One of Britain’s smallest ferry companies could be about to get a new visitor centre and office space if planning is granted to convert a council car park.
Plans for a new play park in a small West Highland community will now be able to take off - thanks to a £35,000 funding boost.
The only ferry of its kind in the world is ready to sail over the sea to Skye once more after a major refit costing more than £80,000.
A lorry driver has avoided injury after his vehicle ended up in a ditch in the west Highlands. The accident happened on the unclassified Glenelg to Glen Shiel road at 1.35pm. A police spokesman said that the driver was unhurt and that recovery of the lorry was now being arranged. The road is open.
The last sea-going, manually-operated turntable ferry in the world will continue to operate following repairs to an old slipway.