Loosely translated from Gaelic, Mullach Na Craobhan means “top of the trees” – an appropriate name as this lovely family home sits in an elevated position and enjoys treetop-height views across Loch Linnhe.
A famed mountaineer and former Gurkha of the British Special Forces will headline next year's Fort William Mountain Festival.
A new training course for entrepreneurs in Lochaber will be launched next week during the local chamber of commerce’s annual Ideas Week.
A Lochaber masonic lodge has celebrated its centenary year.
Residents of Inverness lined the streets roday as the city fell silent to mark Remembrance Sunday.
Bridges turned out in huge numbers for a fundraising wedding ball in Lochaber at the weekend.
Fort William aluminium smelter bosses have said plans for a £120 million car wheel plant on the site are moving more slowly than they had hoped, with Brexit uncertainty playing a part.
A Lochaber father whose son was stillborn is calling for people to join him in climbing Ben Nevis the weekend before Father’s Day.
A teenager has been reported missing in Lochaber.
Banana skins, used tissues, plastic bottles and an empty peanut packet from 1987 – these are just some of the items discarded on the highest mountain in the British Isles.
Communities to dictate car parking charges and expenditure, according to innovative council proposals
Highland Council is proposing a visionary new policy which it hopes will resolve the bitterly-contested issue of car parking charges.
An author has embarked on writing the true crimes of Lochaber.
A pot of cannabis tea to soothe aches and pains is proving a runaway success in Lochaber.
A plan to apply a controversial tourist tax in the north has been rejected by business leaders.
The expansion of a successful Highland business will get under way this week.
A Write Highland Hoolie! Excitement building as Mallaig Book Festival to return for fourth instalment
Organisers of Mallaig Book Festival promise to provide “another busy weekend of fabulous books, music and food” next month.
A walker has died after a major search operation, with rescue teams wading across a deep flowing river in the Highlands.
A man from Sheffield who was reported missing in the Highlands has been found safe and well. Police appealed for information to help trace 47-year-old man Andrew Moorhouse last week. The force has now confirmed he has been traced by officers in Fort William and is safe and well.
Plans to expand a Lochaber village have been revealed.
Sue, Nick and Amy Hunt have every right to be smiling broadly, for Spinnyfield, a home they own and rent out to holidaymakers, has been named the best in Scotland.
A plan to have a theatre building in Lochaber is beginning to take shape after years of behind-the-scenes work.
A leading councillor blasted Highland Council for pushing through decisions without local input at a meeting.
‘People need to take the mountain seriously’: Anger at bare-footed hill walkers smoking illegal drugs at top of Ben Nevis
A group of mountaineers have hit out at what they called "hippy" climbers on the top of Ben Nevis who they say were smoking illegal drugs.
Brexit anxiety facing families from the EU, who have made their home in the north, has been laid bare in an email to a Highland MP.
A call has been made for a helipad as part of plans for a proposed new hospital for Fort William.
Tourists fulfilling a dream of visiting Harry Potter film locations are being left disappointed after discovering their accommodation is eight miles from the scene.
Resurfacing works will be carried out on a busy north road this weekend.
A Highland road has partially reopened after an earlier collision between a coach and a lorry.
Two of TV's biggest celebrities stepped back in time over the weekend to discover life as an 18th century crofter.
A doctor made it 10 in a row when he won a gruelling race up and down the UK's highest mountain.
A young man whose life was struck by tragedy has returned to the Highlands to say thank you to those who helped looking after him.
The high drama of osprey life in a nest from a tree in Lochaber has been watched by more than 62,000 people worldwide.