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[ Friday, 01 June 2018 - Saturday, 30 June 2018 ]
Comhairle nan Eilean Siar has agreed to continue funding for the Macmillan benefits uptake service for people with cancer and other long term conditions.
Comhairle nan Eilean Siar has welcomed a Cal-Mac Ferries management post being located within the ferry company’s network. The move would allow for the job to be located in the Islands.
Trading Standards are reminding residents to contact Home Energy Scotland on 08088 082282 when considering buying energy saving measures including solar panels, insulation and new boilers. Home Energy…
This summer will see the launch of the first Library Lego Club in the Western Isles, thanks to a donation of Lego bricks and parts from the Western Isles Lifestyle Lottery.
The Comhairle has welcomed yesterday’s announcement that Robbie Drummond has been appointed as Managing Director of CalMac Ferries Ltd.
The newly opened Marina facility in Castlebay, Isle of Barra is situated in the heart of Castlebay and available for use by visiting yachts to improve access to marine leisure activities, tourism, for…
e-Sgoil has been endorsed by Scotland’s Deputy First Minister in the first year review document which has been circulated to all Directors of Education in Scotland.
At yesterday’s meeting of the Comhairle Sustainable Development Committee, Members were informed of the findings of the 2017 Islands Visitor Survey.
At yesterday’s meeting of the Comhairle’s Sustainable Development Committee, Members endorsed the development of a Community and Business Improvement Partnership for Stornoway.
The Comhairle’s Education, Sport and Children’s Services Committee have agreed to finalise reciprocal arrangements for access to sports facilities with the Highlands and Islands Regional Sports Partnership.
The Iolaire Working group is pleased to announce that work has now begun on the new path to the Iolaire Memorial at Holm and will take approximately 8 weeks to complete.
Monitoring work undertaken on behalf of Food Standards Scotland has identified raised levels of shellfish toxins in Loch Seaforth, East Loch Tarbert and Loch Stockinish in Harris