Emergency services yesterday flocked to provide urgent medical care to a tree surgeon after the man fell from a tree near Achleek.
Emergency services flocked to provide urgent medical care to a tree surgeon this afternoon after the man had fallen from a tree near Achleek.
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.
An innovative project in the Highlands will see classes in mental health resilience delivered to pupils.
A stray inflatable, which had blown free from a beach in Lochaber, drew the attention of an RNLI lifeboat, two Coastguard rescue teams and a search and rescue helicopter earlier today.
Concern for the future of the Post Office in a Lochaber fishing village has been raised by the area MP, after the current provider called time on its tenure.
The NHS Highland ‘Near Me’ initiative has expanded to Mallaig, allowing patients to be seen online.
A stunning Highland landscape will be the backdrop for a series of endurance events for all abilities this September.
A car containing two women was left dangling over a burn on the A830 Fort William to Mallaig road last night.
The chief executive at Mallaig Harbour is hanging up his oilskins for the last time, as he takes his leave of his post after 35 years.
The Coastguard called on the volunteer RNLI crew in Mallaig to help a yacht in difficulty near to the harbour, this evening.
Timetable improvements on the West Highland Line means trains to and from Glasgow will now run earlier on a Sunday morning.
Bosses at Mowi, the world's largest salmon farming company, have revealed they would "prefer" to relocate work from Lochaber to the company's new base on Skye - a move that would affect 150 jobs.
A vital ferry crossing linking Skye to the mainland is to benefit from improved sailings after Islands Minister Paul Wheelhouse announced yesterday a new three-year scheme is to be launched to encourage a tourism boom.
Firefighters from across the Highlands and Islands were out in force yesterday as they battled to bring wildfires on the west coast and on Skye under control.
Plastic insulated boxes, known as Pizza Huts, will help to secure electricity for Mallaig for years to come.
The longest-serving undertaker in Lochaber, Robert Corson, died last week at the age of 85.
Ferry campaigners have welcomed news that the islands minister has been invited to visit the Skye ferry to hear their opinions first hand.
The West Highland line - featured in the Harry Potter films - has conjured up more magic after being named as among the top rail journeys in the world.
A meeting has been called to discuss one of the busiest routes on the west coast ferry network - but users say it is not words but action that are needed to solve poor service.
A group of Highland villages are luring hundreds of threatened bird species potentially to their deaths
A new scientific paper has explained why bright lights in a group of Highland villages are luring hundreds of a threatened bird species potentially to their deaths - and a lot is due to the moon, or lack of it.
Car parking charges should be introduced in Mallaig to boost revenue and ensure easier parking for residents, a council report shown to the Press and Journal recommends.
Organisers of Mallaig Book Festival promise to provide “a fabulous literary weekend” with “fine books, food and music under one roof” when the gathering gets underway in November.
The cancellation of the winter service of the hugely popular Harry Potter train for maintenance has been slammed.
Online holiday accommodation giant AirBnB has been urged to issue “responsible tourism” advice for guests visiting the Highlands - particularly for drivers tackling narrow roads such as on the NC500 route.
A furious councillor claims proposals to set parking revenue targets could hold a “financial gun” to communities in the Highlands.
A shinty coach in Mallaig has been recognised at the HighLife Highland volunteers and staff awards ceremony.
Protests took place throughout the Highlands at the weekend in towns and villages which are facing the loss of their local RBS branches.
A lifeboat crew were called to help a fishing vessel after it ran into trouble late last night.
An enterprising Fort William couple are set to open a magical new shop in Mallaig for Harry Potter fans getting off the Jacobite Steam Train.
A cargo vessel was dramatically rescued by a tug and two lifeboats yesterday after its rudder jammed while it attempted to travel through strong currents in a narrow stretch of sea.
A by-election is to be held for the Caol and Mallaig ward of Highland Council following following the death of Councillor Billy MacLachlan.