Covid survivor James Scott backs social distancing advice as he hands over a £15,500 cheque as a thank you to Lorn & The Islands Hospital staff for helping save his life.
Work is continuing at the Rest and Be Thankful to install extra protection measures ahead of potentially opening the Old Military Road (OMR) as a local diversion route for road users from mid-morning tomorrow (Saturday).
Assessments and clear-up operations following landslip to continue until sunset.
A helicopter is being used to help manage a large boulder exposed on hillside after a further 100 tonnes of debris reached A83 overnight.
Details of the times, dates and how to join in will appear on the Lochaber Phoenix Boxing Club Facebook page.
Summer is here and it is a great time to make some healthy changes.
People are being encouraged to enjoy summer safely by exploring destinations closer to home.
The Fort William based mountain resort reopened earlier this month after the Covid-19 outbreak forced its closure over the past months.
More madcap banter from the OT team this week including Kathie having quandaries over whether or not to curb her wanderlust this weekend as she ponders a day trip to Gigha, Ellis needs to decide quick whether or not to dash back to the charity shop to buy that chunk of carved wood that no words ‘not even for Ellis’ can describe and Martin is Ballachulish-bound – but not in an inflatable kayak.
Solas explores the life of the American folklorist Margaret Faye Shaw and her friendship with Whisky Galore author Compton Mackenzie.
Hen Harrier Day is a celebration of this iconic and declining bird, and a day in which we raise our voices against its biggest threat – illegal persecution. Find out more about Hen Harrier Day Online at henharrierday.uk/online, and join us in two days time to learn more about this magnificent bird.