(agus Duilleagan Sònraichte)
Monitoring work undertaken on behalf of Food Standards Scotland has identified raised levels of shellfish toxins in Loch Leurbost in Lewis.
Libraries in the Western Isles are calling for children to sign up to read six books this summer as part of Mischief Makers, the Tesco Bank Summer Reading Challenge Scotland 2018.
Advice for Private Water Supply Owners/Users
There are approximately 55 private water supplies in the Comhairle’s area.
During times of prolonged dry weather or severe cold weather many of these private…
The Highlands & Islands European Partnership (HIEP) has launched a position paper on Regional Policy.
Tha Buidheann-Obrach na h-Iolaire toilichte ainmeachadh gum bi cothrom aig a’ phobaill tiogaidean a ghlèidheadh airson cuirm-cuimhneachaidh na h-Iolaire, bho 9m Diluain 10 Sultain 2018
Tickets for the Iolaire Festival of Remembrance Event will be available from this page at 9am on Monday 10th September 2018.
The Comhairle, in partnership with Hebridean Housing Partnership, has recently approved the Affordable Housing Programme for 2018/19.
Trading Standards Officers from Comhairle nan Eilean Siar are aware of doorstep collectors currently operating in Lewis who may be portraying to be charity collectors.
Councillor Alasdair Macleod of Comhairle nan Eilean Siar has been appointed as Joint Vice President of the Conference of Peripheral Maritime Regions’ influential Islands Commission for 2018/19.
On Friday 20th July, Stornoway Library is going to host a Moonhackathon for the very first time.
A project led by the Comhairle’s archive service, Tasglann nan Eilean, has brought together and catalogued the entire archive of the Harris Tweed Authority.
The Islands Bill has received Royal Assent and become an Act of the Scottish Parliament.