A world-renowned endurance has been preparing for an Antarctic swim - by practising in the Outer Hebrides.
Isle of Lewis
Two go to Tolsta: Millie and Syd travelled 700 miles for a Hebridean holiday without telling their parents
It sounds like something from an Enid Blyton book.
A surfer who died while pursuing his hobby off Lewis has been described as a "lovely, happy guy" who fell in love with the area after visiting to make a documentary about it.
A road crash casualty has been airlifted to hospital following a serious traffic collision in Lewis.
Hebridean premieres of new work by some of Scotland's greatest performers will warm up the winter in Stornoway.
A student has recreated the head of one of Scotland's oldest druids, thought to hail from Stornoway, using 3D wax reconstruction.
A number of green spaces across the north and north-east have been recognised as "fantastic" parks by a national organisation.
It was bought for just a fiver by an antique dealer in Edinburgh in the 1960s.
A casualty has been taken to hospital after falling and breaking their ankle in a historic ruin on the Isle of Lewis.
It might be one of the most expensive and largest vessels in the Scottish fleet, but yesterday islanders were left scratching their heads when a simple fisherman's creel was said to have brought the Barra boat to a standstill.
Participants are being sought to participate in a fundraising scheme run by The Leanne Fund to aid cystic fibrosis suffers, in memory of Leanne Mitchell from the Isle of Lewis.
Tributes have been paid to a Lewis woman who died following a road traffic collision on Hogmanay.
Police have been called to a serious crash this evening on the Isle of Lewis.
An island minister has caused controversy after suggesting that the 201 sailors who died in the Iolaire disaster were “sinners”.
A special exhibition is being held on Lewis to commemorate the centenary of the Iolaire tragedy.
A woman so fed up of being ripped off has vowed to offer free delivery to all customers at her new business.
The legacy of kidnapped aid worker Linda Norgrove – who died eight years ago this week in a failed rescue attempt in Afghanistan – is helping women there make a living as beekeepers and silk weavers.
Lifeboat crews were scrambled to an emergency call off the west coast - only for it to have turned out to have been a sighting of Mars.
A teenage girl whose disappearance sparked a huge search on the Isle of Lewis has been found dead this evening.
Police have confirmed that search efforts to trace a teenager reported missing on the Isle of Lewis have been stood down.
A council which won a four-year battle to remove a pony from the house it was being kept in may have finally found it a new home.
CalMac ferry breakdown triggers renewed calls for Emergency Towing Vessel to be stationed at Stornoway
The breakdown of a CalMac ferry in the Minch has triggered renewed calls for an Emergency Towing Vessel (ETV) to be stationed at Stornoway.
Three people on board a vessel were rescued by Lochinver Lifeboat last night after their craft suffered engine failure.
Lifeboat crews across the north were out in force yesterday dealing with a number of stranded vessels.
A national charity has warned residents in the Western Isles to be vigilant after reports of people posing as doorstep collectors for good causes.
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.
A top boss is being sought to lead the tourist organisation responsible for promoting some of Scotland’s most beautiful landscapes.
A memorial to mark the First World War Iolaire disaster on Lewis is to be made more accessible to the public following the construction of a brand new path.
Emergency service rushed to a cliff on the Isle of Lewis yesterday following reports of an abandoned bike.
Residents on the Isle of Lewis have gone a whole month without access to any mobile phone signal, amidst ongoing works to upgrade a signal mast.
During a recent visit to the Isle of Lewis, the Highlands and Islands Regional Forestry Forum have praised locals on their enthusiasm towards the creation of new woodland.
Children’s claymation character Morph has visited the Callanish Stones on the Isle of Lewis during a tour of the Outer Hebrides.