An innovative project in the Highlands will see classes in mental health resilience delivered to pupils.
A north community is in mourning after a popular crofter was killed by a car.
Emergency services were called to the incident involving a car and a pedestrian in the Strontian area of Lochaber yesterday.
Scotland's first community-owned school was officially opened yesterday in Ardnamurchan.
Highland Council has said it is open to hearing ideas on how to attract teachers to the region.
A newly-built community-owned school is struggling to find a head teacher, and Her Majesty’s Inspectors of Schools has now stepped in to oversee the transition.
A family has said health concerns forced them to move out their “forever home” costing them at least £1,000, the third family to leave the same houses in a matter of months.
A couple with young children living in the west Highlands claim they are being forced to leave their “dream” rent-to-buy home after complaining about mould and damp.
A school owned by the community and leased to the council opened its doors to pupils for the first time31 yesterday.
There were calls for action last night as it emerged a Highland community has gone three months without mobile phone signal.
Community leaders on a remote north peninsula are poised to appoint a project worker to aid in their fight to ensure a vital health service in the area remains.
Locals campaigners were “disappointed” that health bosses failed to attend a meeting to discuss the future of a care home in the Ardnamurchan peninsula.
Villagers of Strontian on the remote Ardnamurchan peninsula have launched a bid to buy a former visitor information centre that was shut last year.
Two homes were completely destroyed yesterday after a blaze broke out in the Lochaber village of Ardgour.
A Lochaber man believes the temporary closure of a local care home is “merely a precursor” to its doors being shut for good.
Lochaber residents are calling for an end to an alleged “cloak and dagger approach” to long-term care solutions in their area.
Plans to create Scotland's first community owned school in the west Highlands are edging closer to reality as a fundraising bid nears its target.
Four Lochaber communities are to benefit from 20 new "affordable" homes.
More than £27,000 was raised for the first community-built school in Scotland in a single day of a share offer scheme for the project being launched.
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A group of Lochaber residents is forging ahead with plans for the first community-built school in Scotland after the project was approved by Highland Council.
Final preparations are underway for the fourth Three Lochs Book and Arts Festival, which will take place at Strontian in Lochaber later this month.
More than 100 new affordable homes are expected to be built in Lochaber in the next three years with 37 already under construction.
The Highland group behind plans for the first community-built school in Scotland has won the backing of Highland Council education officers.
Plans for Scotland's first community built school will take a major step forward next month with the launch of a community share offer.
Police in Lochaber are warning householders to be on their guard following reports of a bogus tradesman calling at homes in the area.
A Highland community could be about to teach the council a lesson - by building its own school.
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A Lochaber road has been blocked after a car accident this morning.
A protest walk will be held in Lochaber this week as a row over access to a cemetery continues.
Police in Lochaber have issued a warning about bogus callers after a pet owner was targeted in the Strontian area.
A west Highland community has reached a major fundraising milestone in its efforts to find £850,000 for a community hydro-electric scheme.