For centuries, Scotland’s lighthouses have pierced the darkness and guided mariners safely home to their families through some of the country’s most dangerous waters.
Northern Lighthouse Board
A major refurbishment of a north-east lighthouse is nearly complete.
A chef with a taste for adventure could sail away with a top job as caterer for the Northern Lighthouse Board, whose ships visit some of the most inaccessible locations in the country.
The Northern Lighthouse Board’s buoy-laying ship, the Pole Star, had to be refloated after grounding at the entrance of Inverness Harbour.
One of Scotland’s best known lighthouses is in line for a solar panel array to enable the lamp to be solar-powered by 2021.
Archie MacEachern had to deal with piddly cats and non bill-payers on his trek round Northern lights
The north of Scotland breeds tough characters and Archie MacEachern, whose life around the country's remotest lighthouses saw him faced with frequent tragedies, was one of the toughest.
Historic keys pulled from auction and may become national exhibit as lighthouse board claims ownership
A collection of historic keys due to be sold at auction today have been pulled from the sale after the Northern Lighthouse Board claimed ownership.
Tenders are currently being sought to carry out refurbishment and upgrade works on a remote Hebridean lighthouse.
A leading light of the north-east’s tourism sector has been honoured for its role in telling the story of Scotland’s maritime history.
A former Northern Lighthouse Board helicopter pilot donated some new items to the Museum of Scottish Lighthouses in Fraserburgh.
A centuries-old lighthouse in the islands could be in line for a major upgrade.
Lighthouse keepers from across Scotland were in the north-east over the weekend to mark a poignant anniversary.
The mystery surrounding the image of a north-east lighthouse keeper has been solved after one of his distant relatives read the story in the Press and Journal.
One of the most famous lighthouses in Scotland is poised to undergo a major revamp later this year.
A north MP has had a bright idea for boosting phone signal in the islands - using lighthouses.
Shetland had a blast from the past yesterday as the foghorn at Sumburgh lighthouse sounded for the first time in a generation.
This eerie picture is the first image of the sunken Cemfjord on the bottom of the North Sea.
An underwater survey of the bulk carrier Cemfjord, which sank in the Pentland Firth with the loss of eight lives, will start tomorrow.