A 30-year-old man is to appear in court in Stornoway tomorrow (Monday 24 February) charged with a variety of offences including police assault. The man, who is currently in custody at Stornoway...

The UK Tory government’s controversial points-based immigration risks devastating local businesses and causing long-term harm to public services in the Western Isles, says Na h-Eileanan an Iar SNP...

Western Isles Councillors are meeting next week to set the Local Authority’s budget for 2020/21. The Local Government Settlement announced on 6 February 2020 equates to a cash reduction for core...

Coastguard teams worked together to bring three patients for urgent hospital treatment, as gale force winds battered Barra and Uist yesterday evening. Stornoway Coastguard helicopter R948 was...

Flags, speeches and a hubbub of activity at Stornoway Town Hall today (Friday 21 February) marked the opening of the new Who Cares? Scotland hub and office, named Ar Cridhe in Gaelic which...

Stornoway’s iconic bakery business, Stag Bakeries, is asking for the support of devoted customers as it pits its products against the best in the business once again. Stag is entering the Scottish...