A community-owned wind farm on the Western Isles is to provide funding for students undertaking Masters studies in the sciences at Lews Castle College, after the two organisations struck up a partnership.
It has many celebrity followers, but now Harris Tweed has proved it really is in a class of its own.
A vital route on Lewis has reopened following an earlier two-vehicle crash around three miles south of Stornoway.
A crewman from a floundering fishing vessel near Barra was rescued by two passing vessels and a lifeboat this morning.
Police in the Western Isles are currently carrying out inquiries into the robbery of a taxi driver in Stornoway and have since launched an appeal for information.
A police car chase of a teenage motorist around Stornoway ended when the youth’s vehicle careered off the road.
A mid-three figure sum of cash was stolen during a robbery in Stornoway.
Lewis man jailed for eight months after vandalising a motorcycle, trying to kick a door down and wrestling with police
A Lewis man who damaged a motorbike by hitting it with a fence post has been sentenced to eight months in jail.
A long-running row over the alleged stench of horses affecting neighbours in a Western Isles village is finally resolved after two years.
More than £1,000 of dangerous goods seized from doorstep sellers visiting the Western Isles over the last year have been destroyed.
Global superstar musicians could soon be winging their way to the Hebrides to record their next hit album.
The first new dental practice in the Western Isles in more than 30 years aims to play a major role in cutting waiting times while also providing new jobs in the area.
Cancer patient waits 234 days for treatment as NHS waiting targets missed in north and north-east Scotland
Cancer waiting targets are being missed in north and north-east, according to new figures showing one Western Isles patient had to wait 234 days for treatment.
A ground-breaking scheme has been launched allowing people across the Highlands, islands and Moray to use each other's leisure facilities.
The official opening ceremony of a £1.9million primary school at Laxdale in the Western Isles took place yesterday.
A tourist swept to her death by a wave at a Hebridean beauty spot was officially named last night as a 50-year-old London-based professional photographer and mum-of-two.
He was an inspirational Gaelic singer and teacher who made it into the Scottish Traditional Music Hall of Fame.
North and north-east councils suffered a dramatic fall in Scottish Government cash to fund services over the last five years, Scotland’s public spending watchdog has said.
A holidaymaker died after being swept into the sea by a wave while taking photographs from rocks at a Hebridean beauty spot.
A 50-year-old holidaymaker died after being swept into the sea by a wave at a Outer Hebrides beauty spot.
Ministers have been accused of starving Western Isles Council of cash after it received the worst financial settlement of any Scottish local authority while facing a rising rates bill.
Bethesda Hospice in Stornoway is facing a funding shortfall due to a lack of support from NHS Western Isles, local SNP councillor have claimed.
A cull to eradicate mink from Lewis and Harris is to continue despite the success of a programme running almost two decades.
Loganair has been urged to review how they deal with cancellations following a “fiasco” over Western Isles flights.
UK authorities have been warned that any “procrastination” on regulating the space sector could result in the Highlands and islands missing out on an economic windfall.
In the final part of the P&J’s series on the “space race”, Calum Ross finds out if more than one spaceport can be cleared for take-off.
MSPs have hailed plans to build the UK’s first spaceport in the Highlands as a “giant leap” for the local economy – and an “absolute lifeline” for the remote north coast.
A Scottish Government minister has said its ambition is to have “at least one” spaceport in Scotland – but he warned that Brexit could create “challenges” for the sector.
Plans to build a spaceport on the Western Isles are still on track and continue to be drawn up behind the scenes, it has been confirmed.
Police are warning of a loss of 999 service on the isle of Lewis.
Space wars have erupted in the Highlands amid explosive claims that the region’s development body has been “working against” rocket-launching projects on the islands.
Sgoil Lionacleit praised after mammoth effort to compete in Scottish Schools Pipe Band Championships
More than 600 young pipers and drummers from across the nation gathered yesterday to participate in the Scottish Schools Pipe Band Championships.