The north's only festival dedicated to haggis took place in Spean Bridge yesterday, with locals and visitors attending to discover the extensive history and traditions of the versatile dish.
A man was airlifted to hospital last night after his car came off a Highland road.
Emergency services are currently dealing with a one-vehicle crash in the Highlands.
A special meeting of Highland councillors agreed to a mile-long hydro line in the heartland of a "very rare" butterfly habitat, overturning a previous decision.
Highland councillors are to review a decision to reject a hydro scheme running through a butterfly reserve in Lochaber.
Emergency services are assisting a driver whose car has driven off the road near to the Commando Memorial near to Spean Bridge on the A82. A Police spokesman confirmed that one vehicle is off the road. The carriageway remains open in both directions.
Highland councillors have thrown out plans for a hydro scheme running through a butterfly reserve in Lochaber.
Council planners are backing a controversial 20-flat development in Spean Bridge despite concerns the two and three-story blocks are too high for the village.
Fears have been voiced that a “crumbling road” could disintegrate if Scotland’s largest pumped storage hydro scheme is given the go ahead.
A pothole on a north road that has been patched more than 20 times may soon be repaired permanently, as tests by BEAR are announced.
Another community group has backed calls for a review of the planning system at Highland Council.
Ambitious plans for a multi-million pound tourism and leisure project in Lochaber – including the construction of a 120-bed hotel – have been unveiled, providing hope of a jobs boom in the area.
“Disrespectful” vandals have targeted a collection box at one of the country’s most famous military monuments.
A butterfly conservation body is objecting to plans to build a river hydro scheme near one of its reserves in the Highlands.
The public are being told to expect traffic delays due to an increased number of vehicles on and around the A82 near Fort William during the UCI World Mountain Bike Championships this weekend.
A mainstay of the world of shinty was yesterday laid to rest in Lochaber.
The life of a teenager, “missed more than words can say”, has been celebrated by fulfilling a promise he didn’t get the chance to keep.
As they prepare to celebrate the life of their teenage son, the parents of Kyle Bruce have warned young drivers to take care on the roads.
Tributes to a young Lochaber man who “touched everyone’s hearts” have poured in since his tragic death in a car accident.
A teenager was killed in a crash on the A82 yesterday.
A man was believed to have been killed in a one-vehicle crash on the A82 Inverness to Fort William road yesterday, while a death on the A9 – the second in a week at the same location – has sparked calls for the dualling project to be speeded up.
Motorists faced disruption today after two sections of the A82 Inverness to Fort William road were forced to close.
Rachel Walker from Lochaber and Alasdair MacMhuirich who comes from Islay are still celebrating after striking gold at the Royal National Mod in Lochaber.
One of the most iconic monuments in Lochaber has been reproduced more than 130 miles away in honour of those who fought and died for their country.
Residents who would like to comment on the proposed West Highland and Islands Local Development Plan have just over a week to have their say.
More than a dozen jobs will be created if an ambitious £1 million project to build a garden centre, restaurant and several visitor attractions in Lochaber gets off the ground.
Plans have been submitted to Highland Council to erect a new 'blue light' emergency services telecommunications mast in Lochaber.
They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
Police have named the motorcyclist killed after colliding with a bus on a main Highland road.
A Lochaber village has cooked up a storm for the third consecutive year to celebrate the delights of Scotland's national dish.
A sonic boom was heard over the west coast yesterday after military jets were scrambled to escort a passenger plane forced to make an emergency landing.
A former Sheriff and Queen's official appeared in the Highland court he used to preside over yesterday to admit drink driving.