Three familiar Skye faces could be seen running in the London Marathon.
Jeremy Rossiter completed the race in 2 hours, 40 minutes and 27 seconds. He told The Skye Times: "I finished 154 out of 40,000 over all and 18 out of just over 4,000 in my age group.
"I was quite surprised."
He described the racing conditions as "oppressive," saying: "It was unbearable in some parts.
"About mile 21, I didn't think I was going to finish.
"It was 24 degrees, but much warmer with the crowds.
"In the second half, I was increasingly aware that I was overtaking a few people. Apparently, in the last 10k, I overtook 125 people.
Skye, Lochaber and Badenoch MSP Kate Forbes hailed the news – which is on top of the recent £4 million which Transport Scotland released to address urgent maintenance issues on trunk roads such as the A82 and A87.
The Scottish Government's Finance Secretary Derek Mackay said that the distribution of the new additional £10 million funding will be agreed with COSLA.
Kate Forbes MSP said: "Over the last few months, the roads in the Highlands have become progressively worse.
Plans have been submitted for a luxury ecological resort in Portree.
The site on Struan Road could be home to 27 pods surrounding a hub.
Plans have been submitted by Mr Garton Jones and his wife, Miranda, who currently own Uig bunkhouse, The Cow Shed.
Mr Garton Jones told The Skye Times that the inspiration came from the resorts in the Caribbean and Thailand. "Very often, you have one hub building for the reception area, restaurant and bar, and your room is a little thatched cottage. That's the feel we're trying to create," he said. Mr Garton Jones said it was likely the bar would be open to the public.