An 18-year-old cow who slipped into a bog and was unable to get out was rescued by three fire crews who went to her aid in the west Highlands yesterday.
Shop keepers and local businesses were seriously disappointed when the first "big" cruise ship of the season didn't make it into port yesterday morning.
The Men’s Shed in Fort William has presented planting troughs for a gardening project at the town's Charles Kennedy Building.
It was a joyful moment for twitchers this week when a mating pair of ospreys returned to their nest in Lochaber- in spite of being struck by lightning and raided by a pine marten last year.
Motorists in Lochaber face lengthy delays on the commute to work at the start of the tourist season after construction works to improve a sea wall got underway this week.
A suicide prevention group is to be started in Fort William after a sharp rise in the numbers of men and women seeking help from a Lochaber charity.
A delay of "12 weeks or more" to a ground-breaking Lochaber STEM Science and Industry Centre may have been averted, after a community council agreed to withdraw objections to plans.
A Lochaber charity is going green by encouraging vehicle users to stop making short trips and switch to using a bike - that they'll give you for free.
Lochabers campaigners have argued that a plan for 325 houses on land behind an already-established housing scheme will face problems with drainage and smell.
Plastic insulated boxes, known as Pizza Huts, will help to secure electricity for Mallaig for years to come.
Citizen Advice Bureaus across the region have put more than £18.1 million back into the hands of the public, it claimed ahead of its annual conference starting today.
A Highland adventurer launched two high-tech water Top up Taps at both the north and south ends of the iconic West Highland Way yesterday.
They have been having a miserable time when it comes to league matches - and now Fort William FC have had some bad luck off the pitch, too.
A meeting has been called to discuss a care home dog, after residents say they "miss him" since he went into semi-retirement at the end of last month.
Three climbers who died after an avalanche on the UK’s highest mountain were French and Swiss, Police Scotland have said.
Plans for 325 much-needed homes in Fort William have been lodged by a leading social housing developer.
Heroic Highland care home dog made famous for helping the elderly is going into semi-retirement to protect him from secret tidbits of chocolate
A hero dog also famous for helping the elderly in a care home has taken semi-retirement to recover from secret tidbits of chocolate.
Searches on a treacherous mountain in Pakistan for a Highland climber missing have been called off - although drone monitoring will continue.
He has taken Fort William out of the Highland League from behind a computer screen but this weekend Jon Cox will get to sample the real thing.
A climber whose mother died on K2 has gone missing on a dangerous 26,66ft high peak known as Killer Mountain in Pakistan.
NHS Highland staff claim they are being kept in the dark about a proposed rebuild of the hospital in Fort William.
A unique super silent auction is to take place to benefit a remote community hall in Lochaber, with some extraordinary prizes.
A planning application for seven hydro schemes in Glen Etive, which was granted by Highland Council last week, is now to be reviewed by the full council.
Hundreds of hours of consultation have failed to provide a solution to the gridlock that is the cause of daily misery for residents in Fort William.
Business chiefs behind the Lochaber wheel alloys plant have admitted that they are monitoring the UK car industry "closely" - and developments will influence what their Highland project will look like.
Lochaber and Skye police are appealing for information following the disappearance of a 36-year-old man.
A north community who want to spend a penny on new loos are struggling to find anyone willing to take on the work.
Work on a multi-million alloy wheel factory got under way yesterday, with the first of more than 60 investigative boreholes being drilled.
Dutch train operator Abellio has announced it is closing its call centre in Lochaber and relocating its 19 jobs to Glasgow.
Work has started to demolish a former theatre and shop complex to make way for a long-awaited cinema in Lochaber.
Complaints about foul play in the citing of a waste storage building on land near to the hub of a Highland village were voiced at a community meeting in Lochaber last night.
Volunteers turned out in droves on Saturday to help clean up the wreckage of a devastating fire which destroyed the main buildings of a children’s nursery in Fort William.