Scotland's first independent feature-length Christmas movie, Perfect Strangers, is being filmed in Lochaber.
Essential works to protect the iconic Glenfinnan Viaduct and the vital West Highland Line from landslips and rockfalls is underway.
The future of a north Men's Shed is hanging in the balance as it struggles to meet running costs.
‘To see her go through this huge struggle has been extremely heartbreaking’: Family launch crowdfunder after Highland mum suffers brain aneurysm
A Lochaber teenager has told of the shock after mystery headaches and seizures left his mum in intensive care, struck down by a brain aneurysm.
Volunteers leading a project to expand a much-loved village hall are on track to have it open again by spring.
A mountain rescue team were called out this afternoon following reports of shouts for help.
Former Runrig frontman Donnie Munro has spoken of his excitement as he prepares to play at a special gig in Fort William next year.
A man has been airlifted to hospital after taking unwell while climbing a Highland Munro.
A Liverpool man who is walking the length of Britain in aid of disadvantaged young people is doing so in just a pair of swimming trunks and his swimming attire.
With a flock that is scattered to the far ends of Lochaber, the Reverend Fiona Ogg found it tough to do her rounds.
Knoydart residents and visitors urged to leave their mark on history by backing fundraising campaign
Residents of a remote Lochaber village aim to make their mark on history by launching a buy-a-brick scheme as part of the £400,000 transformation of their community hall.
Metals giant GFG Alliance is rethinking its plans to produce alloy car wheels at a new £120 million factory it proposes to build beside Fort William aluminium smelter.
Past and present employees of the countries only remaining aluminium factory have gathered in Lochaber to celebrate the plant's 90th anniversary.
Scores of winter sports enthusiasts turned out for the launch of this year's season at Cairngorm Mountains at the weekend.
A Lochaber teenager is ready to take 2020 by storm after his first BBC Radio 1 play and selling out his first headline show – all in the space of a week.
A flood alert has been put in place as heavy rain is forecasted to hit parts of the Highlands throughout the day.
The West Highland railway line has reopened this afternoon after it was closed earlier today due to flooding.
In the shadow of the iconic mountains of Ross, Skye and Lochaber there is a fierce door-to-door battle under way.
A two-day music festival is being hosted at Fort William's shinty ground by folk group Manran next year to celebrate their tenth anniversary.
The highest snowsports destination in Scotland has announced a £1million investment in its infrastructure to enhance its offering for winter sports enthusiasts for the upcoming season.
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.