A bronze statue was unveiled in Fort William town centre on Saturday, commemorating a key moment in Lochaber’s history.
Councillors involved in the Highland Council’s Environment, Development and Infrastructure Committee yesterday discussed the relevant measures required to maintain vital bus links in the Lochaber area.
Police in Lochaber are investigating damage to a white Honda Jazz that would appear to have been struck by another vehicle whilst parked in Fort William.
One of the world’s finest motorbike endurance trials drew to a close in Fort William at the weekend after days of adventure in the rugged Scottish landscape.
Heartbreaking scenes emerged from Lochaber on Friday morning after two ospreys lost three of their nesting eggs to a pine marten.
A Lochaber charity has received an award of £1,500 to ahelp buy a brand new mobility scooter for the area.
Thrilled spectators lined the high street of Fort William yesterday to welcome the latest crop of riders to tackle the Scottish Six Days Trial (SSDT) event.
Police in Lochaber will be supporting the annual Scottish Six Day Trial when the event begins on Friday.
A Lochaber salmon hatchery manager lost his job and house after he was caught by police almost three times the drink-drive limit in his company 4x4 in the early hours of the morning heading home from the pub.
Silty water from cleaning up to 12 million tonnes of rock at a Lochaber quarry will be channelled into three lagoons over the next three decades, it was agreed by Highland councillors yesterday.
A Highland-based Russian who fled to Scotland after being accused of a £7.5million fraud is fighting extradition.
Louis the osprey continues to entertain as he gets to work on building his nest - but struggles to manoeuvre a huge stick.
The boss of Nevis Range has hailed his “extraordinarily resilient” staff for remaining cheerful through one of its “most difficult years”, as poor weather conditions battered the Lochaber mountain resort’s business in 2017.
A Highland Gaelic singer who suffered a severe anaphlactic shock after being stung by a wasp was saved by a member of a neighbouring choir - at an airport miles from home.
Lochaber residents could yet achieve their dream of transforming parts of the “Rio Tinto” estate into community assets and facilities.
A happy New Zealand couple have just travelled around the world to tie the knot in a remote Lochaber church.
Lib Dem Denis Rixson has been elected as the Highlands' newest councillor.
Residents of the Caol and Mallaig Ward will take to the polling station today to elect the successor to the late Councillor Billy MacLachlan.
There was anger in Lochaber last night as transport firm Stagecoach announced it is to cease its bus operations in Fort William.
A Lochaber charity supporting children with autism and other special needs has ended after two years of funding finally stopped yesterday.
A father-of-two from a well-known Lochaber family died suddenly from a “ticking timebomb” aneurysm after a day out with his wife and children.
Federation urges crofters to consult updated muir burning code amid spate of wildfires in the Highlands and Islands
The Scottish Crofting Federation has urged crofters who practice muir burning to take extra care after several recent fires spread out of control in dry and windy conditions.
Two homes were completely destroyed yesterday after a blaze broke out in the Lochaber village of Ardgour.
Highland Council will hold a by-election next month to fill a position in the Caol and Mallaig ward.
A community has been left “disappointed” after Stagecoach announced it is to review all of its Lochaber operations, with at least one bus service to be withdrawn next month.
It is one of the largest villages in Scotland and Caol in Lochaber has now moved a step closer to having a suitable play park.
An injured man was airlifted to hospital yesterday after the construction vehicle he was driving plunged 50ft down an embankment in a remote part of the Highlands.
A by-election is to be held for the Caol and Mallaig ward of Highland Council following following the death of Councillor Billy MacLachlan.
Residents in one of the north’s most remote areas are aiming to raise £35,000 in a bid to preserve their village hall for future generations.
Highland councillors approve plans for “one in a generation” Fort William car wheels factory to create 400 jobs
North councillors have approved plans for a “once in a generation” alloy car wheels factory near Fort William which will create 400 new jobs.
Trains will be running between Fort William and Mallaig again from Monday as engineers make good progress on repairing damage caused by the landslip near Glenfinnan.
Councillors are being urged to back plans for an alloy car wheels factory in Lochaber – creating up to 400 jobs.