A health board faced with the highest rates of obesity, heart disease and dementia in Scotland is being forced to slash its spending by £5million.
NHS Western Isles
One of the most senior health chiefs in the Outer Hebrides has been forced to personally step in to plug a gap in emergency GP cover in his community.
AN agency doctor was paid a staggering £19,000 for a week's work with NHS Western Isles - the equivalent of £1million a year.
Hospitals across the north and north-east are to get more than £1.3million to improve emergency care.
Accident and emergency waiting times have improved across the north and north-east.
The performance of accident and emergency departments across the north and north-east took a dip last week.
NHS Western Isles is drawing up contingency plans for a strike by airport staff which could affect patients travelling for treatment.
Some home health visits, included those for new babies, have been temporarily suspended on the Western Isles because of problems filling vacancies at the islands' health board.
NHS Grampian’s performance in treating accident and emergency (A&E) patients has worsened to a new record low.
A campaign providing healthy eating tips has been launched in the Western Isles.
Health boards across the north and north-east have set out plans for how to manage the extra demands on services this winter.
NHS Grampian's performance has worsened against a key cancer treatment target putting it at the bottom of the Scottish league table.
People across the Western Isles are being advised not to travel tomorrow, while all non-emergency healthcare appointments tomorrow have now been cancelled by NHS Western Isles.
NHS Highland has plans to transfer patients suffering with the deadly Ebola virus to a specialist unit in England.
NHS Western Isles is warning members of the public to take precautions against the norovirus bug this winter.
An influential Holyrood committee will write to Historic Scotland over a campaign to protect a sacred site to the travelling community.
Patients on Harris are losing their out-of-hour doctor service.
A vital transport service will be provided for a Western Isles hospice after it received a £10,000 cash boost.
NHS Western Isles has welcomed the results of a new national healthcare report for one of its hospitals.
An island hospital once described as "completely unacceptable" for modern standards by health board bosses, is to be replaced.
Health boards in the north and north-east are missing key targets for the treatment of cancer patients.
An Orkney couple are calling for improvements to the islands' air ambulance service because they believe a series of errors contributed to the death of their baby son.
Work has started to create a new health centre in Harris.