Transport Scotland confirmed a perceived increase in the number of deaths on the A82 discussed by councillors may not be based on facts it holds.
Plans have been approved for a “Harry Potter” car park and access road near to the Glenfinnan viaduct as the numbers of visitors to the “pilgrimage” site continues to grow.
A telephone box decommissioned by BT has been reinstated after a community campaign.
Plans for a purpose-built cinema in the centre of Fort William will be lodged with Highland Council in the next few weeks, the owner of the land has confirmed.
An elderly victim of a potential cash scam found two men working in her Lochaber garden before trying to take money from her.
Ambitious development plans unveiled in Fort William yesterday will bring about the “biggest ever change” to the town and its infrastructure, it was claimed.
Lochaber police are carrying out inquiries after reports on social media referred to men in a van approaching children in the Caol area.
Highland Council has announced a public consultation on a “masterplan” to develop Fort William and the surrounding area over the next generation.
Highland League secretary Rod Houston claims league had no choice but to hand Fort William nine-point penalty
Highland League secretary Rod Houston insists the league’s management committee was bound by its own rules in handing out a nine-point penalty to Fort William.
A woman hiker was airlifted off the UK’s highest mountain earlier tonight after falling in darkness and unseasonal snow.
This year’s flagship business community programme of events in Lochaber has been launched - with Eddie “The Eagle” Edwards among the guest speakers.
NHS Highland has approved funding for four desperately needed permanent consultant posts at Belford Hospital in Fort William.
A passenger train derailed on a remote track in Lochaber after heavy rain and a rapid thaw of snow caused a massive 1,000-ton landslip, investigators have found.
At the tender age of 15, and in an era without radios and other basics we take for granted now, he became a rescuer in a patch that includes Britain’s highest peak.
A brand new children’s play park has opened in the largest village in the Highlands - and it includes a plaque dedicated to a Lochaber girl whose battle with cancer touched everyone’s hearts.
When Lisa Prichard had a crash on a Highland road, she was rushed to hospital and needed an operation for her injuries.
Family and friends cooked up a feast at the top of Ben Nevis and raised more than £5,000 for the vital stem cell treatment needed for a Lochaber multiple sclerosis sufferer.
Locals campaigners were “disappointed” that health bosses failed to attend a meeting to discuss the future of a care home in the Ardnamurchan peninsula.
Police in Lochaber are appealing for information following the theft and subsequent recovery of a van in Fort William.
A butterfly conservation body is objecting to plans to build a river hydro scheme near one of its reserves in the Highlands.
Police are investigating an unexplained but “non-suspicious” death on the island of Canna.
A man has died after falling while hillwalking in the Highlands.
A body recovered from the shadow of the UK’s highest mountain is believed to be that of a missing David Munro.
Police are investigating into the identity of a body found at Glen Nevis.
Police are hunting an attacker who carried out a serious sexual assault in Lochaber.
Police in Lochaber are appealing for information following a serious sexual assault in Fort William.
The first phase of a project to improve part of the West Highland Way has been completed.
A pine marten and her two adorable babies have set up home inside a rubbish bin.
Exiled Russian businessman now living in Highlands faces uncertain future despite resisting extradition
An exiled Russian businessman’s future is still uncertain despite escaping a legal bid by the Kremlin to have him sent back to his country.
The theft of children's bicycles and toys from gardens in Caol has prompted an appeal by Lochaber police.
Police in Lochaber are continuing enquiries into the death of a man found outdoors in Fort William yesterday.
An exiled Russian scientist has won a court battle to remain in Scotland after he claimed he would be murdered if he is returned to his homeland.