A Western Isles community group has become the latest organisation to voice concern a busy island ferry will be cancelled for six weeks next year.
Children have made a plea to Western Isles Council to save their school.
A team of novice rowers have been nominated for a prestigious adventure award after paddling 100 miles from St Kilda to Portree.
A Western Isles man hit his girlfriend with a cat during a row after he found out she had been unfaithful and was leaving him.
The Our Islands Our Future campaign has submitted its views on the devolution of more powers to Scotland to the Smith Commission.
No full ferry service will run between Stornoway and Ullapool for six weeks in the spring because of harbour works on the mainland.
Thousands of homes and shops were plunged into darkness earlier after a powercut affected areas on Lewis.
A remote north community was marooned by a landslide and flooding as the Highlands were battered by more downpours.
A Coastguard rescue team was called out yesterday afternoon when a woman fell and broke her ankle at a Western Isles lighthouse.
Firefighters are battling to prevent rising water levels flooding a row of houses close to a Western Isles coast.
Artefacts from a renowned World War I museum will go on display in the Western Isles this week.
Transport minister Keith Brown has chaired a meeting of the Scottish Government's resilience room in response to the Met Office's extended amber weather warning.
Forecasters are warning that there will be more heavy rain in the north today.
One of the north's busiest tourist routes is shut after heavy rain caused a landslide.
The Met Office has upgraded its weather warning for the Highlands and Islands from yellow to amber.
The north faces another dose of bad weather this weekend with forecasts for heavy rain and gales in the west.
An appeal to find workers to eradicate thousands of bird-eating rats in the Western Isles has attracted interest from all over the world.
People power has persuaded Western Isles Council to reverse a funding cut and reinstate a £1,473 annual grant to operate Vatersay Hall public toilets.
Primary and secondary pupils could benefit from a smart ticketing scheme to make it easier to travel to school by bus.
Some of the highest and most tortuous roads in the Highlands and islands will be used to put an electric car through its paces.
An islands MP has pledged to put renewed pressure on government ministers to tackle energy surcharges.
The search for a man missing on Skye has been called off until Friday morning.
Over £20,000 of damage is estimated to have been caused by flooding at Castlebay School in Barra.
Families in the north and north-east are having hundreds of pounds a year added to their electricity bills because of a hidden surcharge.
New traffic lights have caused long queues at a bottleneck road in Lewis.
A new £42million ferry for the Western Isles at the centre of a threatened bankruptcy wrangle has been legally transferred to the Scottish Government.
A pensioner was rushed to hospital with "serious" facial burns after a cooker exploded in his home on the Isle of Lewis.
A giant six-tonne metal plough which was being used to bring broadband to the Western Isles remains stuck fast at the bottom of the sea.
A project to save an ancient church is to receive a £25,000 grant from Western Isles Council.
The main ferry operator serving the Hebrides CalMac say they have had a successful year despite a slight drop in revenue.
The delivery of the new Stornoway ferry, MV Loch Seaforth, is in question as its shipyard faces bankruptcy after suffering financial problems.
Runners from all over the world took to the streets to mark the death of a Lewis aid worker who was killed while working in Afghanistan.