Point and Sandwick Community Trust on the isle of Lewis has given money to two local schools to help buy specialised cycling equipment for children with additional support needs.
A fight with an intruding male may have damaged eggs in the nest of a pair of Mull Eagle Watch sea eagles.
The first mosque in the Outer Hebrides will open by summer after an online funding campaign passed its £50,000 funding target within just a few days of being launched.
The tiny Muslim community on the Isle of Lewis is looking for help to build the first mosque in the Western Isles.
Towering cliffs and dramatic waterfalls make this Mull beach the ideal stop during snorkeling and dive tours.
The possibility of having a spaceport located in the Hebrides was discussed when Paul Wheelhouse, Minister for Business, Innovation and Energy visited Uist yesterday.
It is one of the most famous lighthouses in Scotland - and, thanks to a major tourism boom on Skye, Neist Point is experiencing more visitors than ever before.
The Scottish Government has announced the start of Scotland’s newly devolved employability services in the Highlands and Islands.
It is the company which took Harris Tweed from rags to riches.
It has echoes of a David v Goliath battle.
Visitors to the famous Fairy Pools on Skye and local residents in the island’s Carbost and Eynort areas are to benefit from road improvements.
Extra summer flights from Glasgow are being added to the busy islands of Barra and Tiree.
People are being offered the chance to build their own home on an Argyll island.
Plans have been submitted for a multimillion pound Gaelic music, dance and cultural centre in Uist.
A 30-strong team of volunteers on Skye has cleared a remarkable 10 tonnes of waste from Skinadin (Sgianadin) Bay during a three-day litter pick.
The quality of the water in Stromness Harbour is expected to see a major improvement, now that a £10million project has been completed.
Analysis of a midden has uncovered evidence of a great open air feast taking place at an archaeological site in Orkney 2,000 years ago.
A nature-lover who spotted a walrus off the Orkney coast - hundreds of miles from its native Arctic home - has revealed he could barely believe his eyes when he noticed what was swimming near him.
A holidaymaker who planned to take photographs of a beautiful sunset on Skye found himself caught out by the weather as snow fell on one of Scotland’s most picturesque peaks.
A new stage has been added to Tiree Music Festival to showcase up-and-coming Scottish artists.
Fuel poverty in the Western Isles is being tackled with the launch of a community-led cheaper electricity scheme.
Snow, ice, freezing temperatures, closed schools, trapped cars, empty shelves - The Beast from the East gave it all.
A £20million project to build a care home and housing in the Western Isles is gathering pace.
The first flight to the Highlands and Islands from Glasgow for two days finally took off yesterday after runways were cleared.
Sir Lewis Ritchie met local campaigners on Skye yesterday as part of a review of health care services on the island.
A dramatic increase in sightings of common dolphins across the Hebrides could be the result of climate change, an expert has said.
Plans for the world’s first sea-going hydrogen ferry are taking shape in the Western Isles - fuelled by community owned wind power.
The opening hours for secondary schools across Shetland are to change following a decision by Shetland Isles Council yesterday.
Police and partners in the Highlands and Islands are warning that rape and other sexual offences will not be tolerated in support of national campaign.
Part of an iconic landmark on the isle of Skye has been destroyed after it was struck by lightning.
The Fratellis have been announced as Friday night headliners at this summer’s Hebridean Celtic Festival on Lewis.
Highlands and Islands Enterprise backtrack after “mistakenly” publishing a report containing criticism of the Highland university
Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) has had to backtrack after “mistakenly” publishing a report containing criticism of the region’s university and its ability to support growth of the digital technology sector.