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[ DiSathairne, 01 dhen t-Sultain 2018 - DiDòmhnaich, 30 dhen t-Sultain 2018 ]
The Chairman of Comhairle nan Eilean Siar’s Transportation and Infrastructure Committee has called on Transport Scotland to build two new ferries to improve capacity on west coast routes.
Comhairle nan Eilean Siar is about to consider a radical programme of Service Redesign to take account of the enduring climate of financial austerity which threatens services. Service Redesign is on each…
At this week’s meeting, Members of the Education, Sport and Children’s Services Committee will be informed that the Comhairle met the Scottish Government’s target to provide free sanitary products for…
The Uist Economic Taskforce held a public meeting on Thursday 20 September 2018 and a formal working meeting on Friday 21 September 2018.
Comhairle nan Eilean Siar’s Chairman of Transportation, Cllr Uisdean Robertson, welcomed the debate around how ferry services can be improved to the Western Isles.
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SUCCESS WITH FIVE APPLICATIONS THROUGH TO STAGE 2 OF SCOTTISH GOVERNMENT REGENERATION CAPITAL GRANT FUND (RCGF)
Tha planaichean a’ tighinn ri chèile airson consart Dìleab a tha a’ gabhail àite air feadh nan Eilean Siar san t-Samhain agus an Dùbhlachd 2018.
Fosglaidh taisbeanadh a’ comharrachadh 100 bhliadhna bho chailleadh HMY Iolaire air 1 Faoilleach 1919 aig Museum nan Eilean, Caisteal Leòdhais air Dimàirt 2 Dàmhair 2018.
Comhairle nan Eilean Siar Leader, Roddie Mackay, has congratulated The Harris Gin Distillery after the local business was awarded the Scottish Gin Distillery of the Year Award at the Scottish Gin Awards…
The Iolaire Working Group is pleased to confirm that commemorative Iolaire poppy pins produced by Poppy Scotland, will be available to purchase for £3 each from Monday 1st October 2018.
Hebrides Energy’s partner Our Power has recently given its local customers the opportunity to get Smart Meters installed. This is the first time that smart meters have been rolled out to island homes.…
Harris Tweed Hebrides, based in Shawbost, is commemorating the centenary of the loss of the Iolaire with the production of a special tweed in partnership with the Iolaire Working Group.