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[ Thursday, 01 June 2017 - Friday, 30 June 2017 ]
The Comhairle’s Audit and Scrutiny Committee will today, Tuesday 20th June, discuss a report regarding the arrangements for the operation and management of Telecare.
This follows the recent and tragic…
2 The Complaints Handling Procedure Annual Report 2016/17
At its meeting today, Tuesday 20th June, Members of the Comhairle’s Audit and Scrutiny Committee will be asked to approve the Comhairle’s Complaints Handling Procedure Annual Report 2016/17.
3 Community Engagement
At its meeting on 20th June 2017, Members of the Comhairle’s Audit and Scrutiny Committee will be asked to note a report on ‘Engagement and Consultation with Stakeholders’.
4 Oil and Gas Decommissioning
Future Oil and Gas Decommissioning could offer significant economic opportunities for the Outer Hebrides, the Comhairle’s Sustainable Development Committee heard last week.
5 High Levels of Shellfish Toxin
Monitoring work undertaken on behalf of Food Standards Scotland has identified
raised levels of shellfish toxins in Loch Seaforth, East Loch Tarbert (Sound
of Scalpay) and Loch Stockinish in Harris.
6 Armed Forces Day Flag Raising
The Armed Forces Day Flag Raising Event took place at Perceval Square, Stornoway, at 10am this morning.
7 Business Gateway
Enhance support for youth entrepreneurship across the Outer Hebrides over the coming two years.
8 Stornoway Trust And Comhairle To Publish Tenders For Castle Grounds Regeneration Works
Stornoway Trust And Comhairle To Publish Tenders For Castle Grounds Regeneration Works
9 Comhairle’s 2017 Apprenticeship Programme Now Open!
Comhairle nan Eilean Siar and partners today published the 2017 Apprenticeship Programme, with an extensive list of over 40 apprenticeships available from the Butt to Barra, across a wide range of sectors…
10 Island Renewable Projects
Energy Secretary urged to implement the Conservative manifesto commitment and support the development of island renewable projects...
11 Defibrillators in all Western Isles Schools
All schools in the Outer Hebrides now have an outdoor defibrillator installed, Members of the Education, Sport and Children’s Services heard yesterday.
At its meeting in June 2016 the Comhairle approved…
12 Chief Executive to Jointly Lead SPA Review
Malcolm Burr, Chief Executive of Comhairle nan Eilean Siar, has been appointed by Cabinet Secretary for Justice, Michael Matheson, to jointly lead a review which will consider how the executive of Scottish…