Two youngsters from the Western Isles have been given the royal seal of approval after completing an awards scheme.
A thin blue line of youth volunteers helped the Hebridean Celtic Festival run smoothly over the weekend.
The 10th anniversary of the first Sunday ferries to the Sabbatarian bastion of the Isle of Lewis was both celebrated and lamented yesterday.
The chairman of Scottish Parliament’s cross-party group on Gaelic has welcomed news that the language is being added to the world’s most popular online language learning service.
A bride has revealed how a broken-down ferry nearly ruined her dream wedding today.
Plans to launch satellites into space from a site in North Uist in the Outer Hebrides threaten a “pristine section of wild Atlantic coastline”, say conservationists.
The multiple-award-winning HebCelt festival is set to return and transform the Isle of Lewis into a musical hotspot
Over the next few days, thousands of people will make their way to Stornoway for the much-loved Hebridean Celtic Festival, fondly known as HebCelt.
Two handcrafted musical instruments are being put up for auction to help raise valuable funds for those battling Cystic Fibrosis.
Charity cyclists from Stornoway Airport are to don their finest lycra again this year as they navigate from one island terminal to another, a distance spanning approximately 100 miles, in memory of one of their colleagues.
One of the Outer Hebrides best known tourist attractions has closed for safety reasons.
One of Scotland's busiest island airports will soon have a cafe once more, after going months without.
A housing officer cheating Highland Council of £6,000 and the removal of prescription drugs from a Western Isles care home have been highlighted in a report on public sector fraud.
Members of the bomb squad were last night called to a house in the Western Isles after a suspect device was found within a property.
It was bought for just a fiver by an antique dealer in Edinburgh in the 1960s.
Hundreds of islands patients could receive life-enhancing physiotherapy treatment thanks to the legacy of a cancer patient.
Human nature, determination and endeavour will be the themes of a book festival taking place in the Western Isles later this year.
Island crofters have been given funding and permission to continue killing geese and selling the meat until the end of the year.
An abattoir in the Western Isles is at threat of closure because its owner has been overwhelmed by the level of regulations imposed on the business.
School students across the Western Isles have been commended for their “outstanding contributions” in helping to mark the centenary of the Iolaire.
A star-studded ball is to be held in memory of Manchester Arena attack victim Eilidh MacLeod from Barra.
Islanders have expressed outrage as Lewis and Harris public bus services face severe cuts under council plans.
Refugee children should be allowed to sponsor their close relatives to come to the UK, ministers have been told.
A music charity in the Highlands is launching a new £5,000 fund to help encourage young musicians into the study of Scottish traditional music, song and dance.
A community project is soon to have a permanent home of its own after working out of three different premises for more than two decades.
Children on the islands can enjoy a game of snakes and ladders or draughts while out on a walk with parents, thanks to a new initiative from a local charity.
Business leaders in Moray and the Western Isles were among the winners at EY’s Entrepreneur of the Year Scotland 2019 awards last night.
Homes and businesses in the Western Isles are benefiting from a more resilient power supply thanks to a multi-million pound investment in the local electricity network.
Scientists believe they have discovered the site of the biggest meteorite ever to hit the British Isles - and it is under the stormy waters of the Minch.
Shoppers in the Western Isles are being given the chance to support three local organisations - with £7,000 of funding up for grabs.
Plans to construct a series of tunnels and bridges linking the Western Isles are moving forward following an “interesting and successful” visit to the Faroe Islands to inspect its model.
A MP has attacked a council for allegedly threatening to close a school canteen and axe the cook.
CalMac has been urged to provide extra inter-island ferry sailings to cope with soaring demand across the Western Isles this summer.