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The Director for Education, Skills and Children’s Services has detailed the work undertaken to maintain the safe and effective operation of schools during the COVID-19 pandemic and the preparations made…
Despite the challenges staff and pupils have faced this year, Comhairle schools have once again performed above the national average.
Trading Standards have been alerted to a scam currently circulating on mainland Scotland.
The Comhairle is starting work on the next Local Development Plan (LDP) and the next Local Housing Strategy (LHS).
Comhairle nan Eilean Siar is pleased to announce a new Care Home Cèilidhs Programme which is set to begin on the 14th of December. A number of Care Homes in the Western Isles have taken the time to record…
Comhairle nan Eilean Siar’s Policy and Resources Committee has today agreed that the award nominated Comhairle Cèilidh program will be extended for another 6 months.
Comhairle nan Eilean Siar welcomes the report from the Rural Economy and Connectivity (REC) Committee which investigated the construction of two overdue and over-budget ferries to serve the Clyde and …
More than 200 jobs will be created through the development of a new deep water terminal in the Outer Hebrides.
Initial work will begin on the Stornoway Deep Water Terminal with Rural Economy Secretary…
Now that winter is definitely here, the Sport and Health Team have been looking at how we can improve the physical and mental health of our community.
The Chair of the Sustainable Development Committee, Cllr Donald Crichton recently met with Mairi Gougeon, Minister for Rural Affairs and Natural Environment to discuss issues around environmental designations.
CNES’s Transportation and Infrastructure Committee is recommending free parking in Stornoway’s Perceval Square Car Park.
Following on from the great response to the planned New Year’s Day Cèilidh, the Comhairle will also be putting out a Christmas Eve cèilidh on 24th December at 9pm.