The conservation work comes after the castle was awarded £141,000 from Historic Environment Scotland and will start February 24.
A 25 per cent tariff on the import of single malt whisky and whisky liqueurs into the US means the outlook for the industry remains uncertain.
Tiree Community Maritime Assets Ltd has completed the much-needed refurbishment of Milton Harbour.
Airports affected by the centralisation proposals include Stornoway and Benbecula.
Arisaig Eco Project was delighted to welcome the Nimble Fingers initiative back to the village for a further three weeks of creative sewing and woodwork sessions during January and February.
The modern apprenticeships from Lochaber Housing Association have led to new opportunities and continued growth for those young people taking part.
Lochaber florist shortlisted for wedding awards event
This week’s BBC Alba edition of the Gaelic travel show, Mach A Seo! Let’s Go! visits Glenfinnan.
Community Councils in Caol, Mallaig, Glenfinnan, and Spean Bridge, Roy Bridge and Achnacarry, remain unformed since the recent elections in December 2019.
Coastguard launches new search and rescue aircraft
Farmers in Lochaber are invited to attend the final monitor farm meeting at Strone Farm on Thursday February 20.
Over 50 teams from 11 clubs spread between Fort William and Campbeltown took part in the fourth annual festival at the North Connel venue
Local councillors on The Highland Council’s Lochaber Area Committee meeting tomorrow (Wednesday) will be asked to agree that the final report of the study into the feasibility of replacing the Corran Narrows ferry service with a fixed link bridge or tunnel be submitted to Transport Scotland as soon as possible as part of the Strategic Transport Projects Review (STPR2).
Cameron welcomes Carlaw as new Tory leader
Weekend rugby and football matches fall victim to storms
Caol boys and Lundavra girls dominate schools badminton tournament
Members of Lochaber Phoenix Boxing Club are celebrating a move to a new, larger, better equipped gym from which to continue their successes in the ring across Scotland.
Sarah and Hugh Asher want to use their expertise in social work to make their working croft into a place where people with disabilities can get into nature.
Calum MacColl (MacColla) won the competition on Wednesday afternoon
The island women won everything on offer in the rural choirs sing two-songs competition
Julie-Ann , from Oban, won the women’s silver pendant on Wednesday, while Calum MacColla, from Fort William, won the men’s
Relive the celebrations after last night’s win over Nairn.
Some of Lochaber’s best known landmarks were lit up blue.
They arrived at the nest together shortly after 7pm on Thursday night.
Ian MacPhee spoke to the Lochaber Times about his new book celebrating the history of Ballachulish Camanachd Club.
Jon Cox, better known as “Loki Doki”, started fundraising for the club with his online fans.
More than 100 people stopped to lend a hand with the clean-up throughout the day on Saturday.
Anna Wells’ short film has been entered into the British Mountaineering Council’s “Women in Adventure” competition.