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[ Friday, 01 April 2022 - Saturday, 30 April 2022 ]
1 Temporary Road Closure
There will be a Temporary Road Closure on Keith Street, Stornoway on Monday 18th April from 9am to approx.12:30pm. The section of road affected is between Scotland Street and Church Street.
2 Trading Standards Warning
Trading Standards at Comhairle na Eilean Siar are warning residents across the islands that there have been reports of door to door traders currently operating on Lewis.
3 Western Isles British Champion!
Western Isles swimmer Kara Hanlon has won the British Championship 100m breaststroke, setting a new Scottish Record and a Commonwealth Games qualifying time.
4 National Recruitment Campaign Launched
A new partnership pilot project launched on Thursday 31 March to support the recruitment and training of more than 100 new professional childminders in specific communities within ten defined areas of…
5 Upgrade Works at Lochmaddy Harbour Started
George Leslie Ltd have started works at Lochmaddy Harbour in April where the ferry terminal will be upgraded with new infrastructure.
6 One week left to register to vote in upcoming council elections
With only one week to go until the voter registration deadline for next month’s council elections, anyone wanting to vote must make sure they are registered in time.
7 Aroha Animal Therapy and Wildlife Sanctuary
Aroha Animal Therapy and Wildlife Sanctuary is a new charity that has been recently established in the Outer Hebrides, with its base in Stornoway. It is the brainchild of Lily Mackenzie, a therapist …
8 More help to complete Scotland’s Census as home visits begin in the Western Isles
More help is available to complete Scotland’s Census for people in the Western Isles from this week, as local field teams begin visiting homes who have not yet responded.
9 Two weeks left to register to vote in upcoming council elections
With only two weeks until the voter registration deadline for local elections in May, the Electoral Registration Officer for Highland & Western Isles urges residents to make sure they are registered…