A Church of Scotland minister, who helped prisoners of war escape a fort through a sewer system, has been honoured in France.
A shipbuilding contract for the new Islay ferry is expected to be awarded in autumn next year.
A new play will detail the wartime heroics of a Scottish minister who helped thousands of service personnel escape from the Nazis.
A row has erupted over a lighting scheme for a historic island village which has been described as second-rate by some residents.
Drinks giant Diageo has hailed reaching a “major milestone” in its plans to bring one of Scotland’s iconic “sleeping” distilleries back to life.
Work on a brand new visitor experience on Islay as part of a wider multi-million-pound investment is to get underway in the coming weeks after planners gave the development their seal of approval.
Local residents on Islay and Jura are to have their say on the delivery of a multi-million project in their communities.
Two lively adult otters have been released into the wild following their stay at an otter sanctuary on Skye.
An American hunter who caused outrage by posing with a goat she shot in Scotland has been reported for gun offences.
Two malts with a combine age of more than 110 years have been released for sale across the world.
An American hunter who caused outrage after posting photos of goats and sheep she killed on a Hebridean island has taunted critics by launching a range of T-shirts celebrating the controversy.
An American reality TV star who sparked outrage by posting “trophy” photographs online with dead goats on Islay has received death threats.
A “professional huntress” who sparked outrage after posting pictures of herself posing with a wild goat shot on Islay is leaving social media for two weeks after receiving death threats.
An American TV star and self-styled “hardcore huntress” has been criticised by politicians and tourism chiefs for posting photos of dead “trophies” - including goats and sheep - online.
Twitter users have reacted to 'sickening' images showing an American television presenter posing with a goat she allegedly killed on Islay.
He was known as the Tartan Pimpernel and helped save the lives of more than 2,000 Allied troops during the Second World War.
A rare Scottish clan seal dating back to the 16th century and seen as evidence of a turbulent and bloody history has been discovered by a student on Islay.
Relatives of a US soldier who washed up on a Scottish island after his ship was involved in an accident have met the great-granddaughter of a man who saved him - 100 years later.
A rare blended malt made from whisky from eight Islay distilleries has officially been launched.
As whisky producers go, it certainly does its bit per square foot.
Rachel Walker from Lochaber and Alasdair MacMhuirich who comes from Islay are still celebrating after striking gold at the Royal National Mod in Lochaber.
It’s been a busy time for Alasdair MacMhuirich from Islay as he qualified for the men’s Mod Gold Medal yesterday morning.
A teenager from Islay lifted the Highland Society of London Trophy for solo singing at the Mod yesterday.
Drink giant Diageo has hailed its £35million plan to revive a “lost” malt whisky distillery in Sutherland and another on the island of Islay as a “once in a lifetime opportunity”.
A “truly special” young girl from Islay has lost her 13 year battle with cancer.
The coxswain of Islay lifeboat and his volunteer crew have been given awards after saving a yachtsman's life during a storm.
A ferry company is investigating amid allegations that five crew members on one vessel failed a breath test.
New managers have been appointed at two island airports.
The first new distillery in more than a decade is to be built on a famous Argyll whisky island.
Fans of Islay whisky could soon have access to a new malt, following the submission of a proposal for a ninth distillery to be created on the island.
The coxswain of Islay lifeboat and his volunteer crew have been recognised for helping save a sailor's life during a severe storm.
A cargo ship has been chartered to transport vehicles to a Hebridean island after one of its ferries collided with a pier.