Police Scotland’s proposals to close its control room in Inverness have been questioned by a Lochaber councillor.
Police Scotland confirmed todaya man died following the collision on Sunday on the A82.
High Court judges throw out Angus Francis’s appeal.
A Caol resident says she is bitterly disappointed at the way she claims she has been treated by the council.
A crowdfunding campaign has been launched to give the Isle of Sanday its first ever road.
While touring CalMac ferry ports a union chief has lambasted the Scottish Government’s ferry tendering process.
Man fined over offences.
Fort William’s High Street has been shortlisted for Scotland’s Most Beautiful High Street, a competition run by Scotland’s Towns Partnership.
A care assistant employed at the Abbeyfield home in Ballachulish has been struck off after physically and verbally abusing residents.
The Lochaber Cinema Group will be revealing its latest plans in its bid to build a new cinema in Fort William at a public consultation meeting next week.
With Fort William traffic grinding to a halt again this summer, two men have taken it upon themselves to launch a new campaign to upgrade the town’s roads.
The romance of travelling over the sea to Skye would have been lost if ferry had not been restored and kept in operation, according to broadcaster.
Team training is in full swing as agri-business staff from Skye and Lewis limber-up for the RSABI Great Glen Challenge.
Ms Cunningham planted a Scots Pine tree to support Glen Nevis native pinewood regeneration.