The first female MSP to make a plenary address in the Scottish Parliament chamber in Gaelic has warned the language’s future will only be secured for the next generation if all speakers step up their efforts.
Ferry campaigners have welcomed news that the islands minister has been invited to visit the Skye ferry to hear their opinions first hand.
Skye residents and officials have voiced their concerns at the lack of progress - and cash - to implement changes promised to give them a “basic” health service on the island.
A dozen people had a lucky escape yesterday after a tour bus left a busy Highland road, ending up on its side down an embankment.
The Skye and Lochalsh micro-abattoir project has been awarded £50,000 by The Prince’s Countryside Fund.
Police on Skye have issued a warning to drivers on the A87 Varigall to Sligachan road this morning.
Skye is not just for tourists, according to property consultancy, Galbraith.
An island organisation hopes to bring together tourism businesses, tomorrow, to mark an the next stage in its plan to develop the destination.
The first female helmsman at the Kyle of Lochalsh RNLI passed her exams with flying colours yesterday. Now she, and her colleague Andrew MacDonald who also made the grade, can take command of the lifeboat the Spirit of Fred Olsen.
A 60 million-year-old meteor strike site is to be protected by security glass after it was plundered by thieves.
Two persons have been injured following a two-vehicle road traffic collision on Skye this afternoon.
For most brides, rain on their wedding day would be a disaster - especially for one who had travelled across the Atlantic to tie the knot.
Thousands of islanders were yesterday cut off from the electricity grid after a landslide near Invergarry resulted in 23,000 customers going without power for hours.
A landslip near Invergarry has wiped out the power supply to thousands of islanders this morning in the Hebrides.
A cook at Broadford Primary School on Skye has been named the Highland Council’s Employee of the Year for 2018 after excelling in promoting healthy eating to youngsters.
When it comes to visiting Skye, the journey is as important as the destination.
An assurance from NHS Highland that all 12 beds at Portree Hospital will be open by May next year, has been welcomed by MSP Kate Forbes.
Its food and hospitality are no stranger to attracting major accolades - and now, The Three Chimneys on Skye has picked up even more praise after being named as one of five restaurants in the world worth travelling for by the Wall Street Journal.
Kind-hearted locals have rallied to help two Skye fishermen who were injured in a car crash at the weekend.
Three detected for alleged drink driving offences as Operation Cedar rolled out in Skye and Lochalsh
Three motorists were detected in relation to alleged drink driving offences as Operation Cedar was rolled out in Skye and Lochalsh last week.
Following extensive consultation after a community backlash, the Co-Op has announced a diesel supply will be maintained at its Broadford filling station while £3.4 million worth of refurbishment works are conducted.
Fire crews attended a two-vehicle road traffic collision on Skye this afternoon.
A young singer has been named Gaelic ambassador of the year as the Royal National Mod gets under way.
The chairman of Dunvegan Primary Parent Council has accused Highland Council of making false promises, declaring “now is the time to deliver a new school”.
Calls for a new school to be built in the north of Skye were heightened yesterday after shocking footage emerged of water pouring into a basement beneath a classroom in Dunvegan.
A motorcyclist from Skye who suffered multiple injuries in a road crash has thanked the medics who came to his aid.
Work to restore a 15th Century castle at Kyleakin on Skye are now complete after the structure of the castle was damaged following a lightning strike in February.
Plans have been lodged for the controversial new £15million community hospital on the isle of Skye.
Operators had a five-hour wait for high tide to free Scotland’s last manual turntable ferry in the Kylerhea narrows, Skye.
A recently opened 70-space car park at one of Skye’s most popular beauty spots is proving the victim of its own success.
They have travelled ‘over land and sea’ to venues across the globe but Scottish Celtic rock band Runrig have found themselves a new home – bizarrely, in the school classroom.
It sounds like something from a science fiction story.