Visitor numbers to the Outer Hebrides are at an all-time high, and it is not hard to see why.
A north-east paramedic has been hailed a hero after saving a heart attack’s victim life on a storm-battered plane bound for the Western Isles.
People are being asked to submit photographs to be sent to the moon during the Hebridean Dark Skies Festival next month.
Police have named the pedestrian killed after being struck by a car as 85-year-old Kenneth Angus Macsween.
New evidence of a massive lightning strike at the centre of a hidden stone circle in the Western Isles could shed light on the mystery of why such monuments were created.
A man has been struck by a vehicle this evening on Lewis leaving him in a "serious condition".
Scottish rock legends Texas will headline the award-winning Hebridean Celtic Festival's 25th anniversary celebration next summer.
An inquiry has been launched after a car crashed into a house and went up in flames following a police chase in Lewis.
Four people have been rescued in the Western Isles after a car crashed into a house and caught fire.
Peat & Diesel trio Innes Scott, Callum ‘Boydie’ MacLeod and Uilleam ‘Uilly’ MacLeod, started playing music together in their houses as something to do on a Saturday night when the weather was bad.
We’ve all dreamed of a more simple way of life, free of stress and the constant chime of technology. The idea of running your own croft can seem rather appealing on a Monday morning, as you face yet another traffic jam.
A man has died after falling from the roof of a community building on Lewis.
A surfer has died after being pulled unconscious from the sea off the west coast of Lewis.
The Lewis War Memorial was turned a striking red for this year’s Poppy Scotland appeal.
I had never climbed the complete Clisham horseshoe before – the whole Clisham ridge – and had been harbouring ambitions to do so for a while.
Islanders on Lewis are being warned of minor traffic disruption as film production Wise Blood films at various locations in the coming weeks.
North homes in the running for prestigious awards for renovating and bringing empty homes back into use
Two projects across the north have been included in the running for prestigious national awards for their efforts to bring homes – last occupied before the turn of the millennium – back into use.
Skye, Arran and Harris have topped a new poll on the islands which most Scots would like to explore.
A representative from the Ministry of Energy in Chile has been seeking advice on windfarms from a group on the isle of Lewis.
Ambulance technician encourages use of mobile app after it proved invaluable in Western Isles rescue
An ambulance technician has revealed how a new mapping app played a vital role in rescuing an injured walker quickly.
Friends and colleagues of Linda Norgrove will take part in a run in her memory this weekend - from wherever they are in the world.
When aid worker Linda Norgrove was kidnapped on September 26, 2010, her family suddenly found themselves thrust into the spotlight.
Renowned traditional music act Skipinnish have been announced as the headlining act of this year’s Dileab festival, due to take place in Lewis this November.
Crofters in the north of Lewis have expressed concern over a recent spike in dog-worrying incidents.
The newly opened Uig Sands on Lewis markets itself as a restaurant with a view.
Police have named the 72-year-old man killed in a two-vehicle crash on Lewis.
Western Isles community to sell former meeting house in bid to raise valuable funds for local benefit
A Western Isles community is to sell its former meeting place for worship in a bid to raise valuable funds to aid projects in the village.
Hebridean premieres of new work by some of Scotland's greatest performers will warm up the winter in Stornoway.
Modern environmentalism is leading the agenda at this year’s Hebrides International Film Festival (HIFF), which gets under way next month.
Exclusive: Iolaire to be recognised as an official war grave by MOD a century after 201 servicemen perished
The final resting place of HMY Iolaire will be recognised as an official war grave after the Ministry of Defence signalled its intention to protect the wreckage under a special parliamentary act.
With over 78 screenings, over three days, at 12 venues, preparations for the Hebridean International Film Festival next month are well underway, with work being put in place at venues from the Butt of Lewis to Barra.
One of the last remaining traditional blacksmiths in Scotland has died at the age of 84.