Residents on Skye are being encouraged to share their thoughts on plans to improve infrastructure on two tourist spots.
An island monument to a well-known supporter of the Jacobite claim to the Scottish crown has been restored.
Bosses of Mowi – the world’s largest salmon farming company – have met residents of the Kyleakin community to hear first-hand their concerns regarding reported odours and noise from its new fish feed plant on the outskirts of the Skye village.
Two full-time car park workers have been employed for a tourist hot spot on Skye.
A damp, slug-infested island primary where parents say a third of the pupils have been diagnosed with breathing problems could finally be replaced with a brand new campus by 2021.
Picturesque Neist Point, at the most westerly tip of Skye, has found its way onto social media bucket lists, but there’s been a price to pay for local residents.
A Skye tourism organisation has come out fighting again criticism the island is struggling with visitors, stating: "We are open for business."
An island mountain rescue team was called out to two emergency rescues on Saturday night, in "atrocious" conditions.
Bosses at an under-fire salmon firm are to meet residents of a Skye community over complaints of an odour and a noise coming from a new state-of-the-art feed plant.
Coastguard teams were kept busy yesterday rescuing injured and stranded people in the Highlands - including walkers marooned by flash floods.
A mountain rescue team has claimed emergency services involved in life or death situations are being hampered by a lack of a safe parking spaces.
Homeowners across the north are being warned about "free" energy schemes after more than two dozen homes were apparently hit by scams.
Residents in the village of Kyleakin on Skye have raised complaints about an odour and a humming sound - which they say has started since the construction of a new salmon feed plant.
Church parishioners have cause for celebration this week as they secured much-needed funding to renovate ageing ecclesiastical buildings.
Members of Portree lifeboat crew were paged in the early hours of this morning to assist in the medical transfer of a patient from Raasay.
One of Scotland's foremost historians once made a promise to his aunt Margaret at the end of her life that he would write a little island's story and his family's part in it.
An autonomous “SharkCam” has been used in the UK for the first time as part of efforts to reveal the secret lives of basking sharks.
A walker was airlifted to hospital after falling at a ruined castle on Skye.
A plan to open up the a historic mansion - where once the rich landowners of a small group of islands stayed - is taking shape.
The parent council of a "dilapidated" Skye primary - where a third of pupils claim to have been stricken by respiratory illnesses - has issued a desperate plea for their "sick school" to finally be replaced.
Legal protection has been given to a site in Skye where dinosaur fossils and footprints from the Jurassic age have been discovered.
A walker has been airlifted to hospital after falling while 2,000ft up a rocky mountain on Skye.
A Scottish student has delayed his 21st birthday celebrations in order to raise funds for Alzheimer’s Research UK by walking the entire length of the Outer Hebrides on his own.
A island-wide community group have asked Argyll and Bute Council to drop a proposed £9 per day parking charge, by using a social justice Advocate.
A new play will detail the wartime heroics of a Scottish minister who helped thousands of service personnel escape from the Nazis.
A fallen walker who has sustained a leg injury on Skye has this afternoon been airlifted from the south west of the island for further treatment.
During the Oban launch of a book on the life of George Orwell, its author got a big surprise when a former neighbour of the novelist turned up.
Two hikers were rescued in “pea soup” conditions from a Skye beauty spot featured in Hollywood blockbusters by rescuers pinpointing their mobile phone.
NHS Highland has launched a search for a nurse to join a busy island practice, potentially bringing four years of "stress and anxiety" over the vacant post to an end.
A row has erupted over a lighting scheme for a historic island village which has been described as second-rate by some residents.
Transport Scotland officials will visit Skye next week to meet with MSP Kate Forbes and campaigner Sharon Anslow to discuss road safety improvements.
One of Loganair’s longest-serving employees has marked a ruby anniversary at the helm of the airline’s operation on the Isle of Tiree.