A total of £128,850 is to be spent to support the introduction of temporary physical distancing measures across the Outer Hebrides. The fund will be used by Comhairle nan Eilean Siar to implement...

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has now touched remote Sùla Sgeir with the news that the ancient annual tradition of the Guga Hunt is being suspended   There will be no guga available for...

MV Glen Sannox, the first of two dual fuel ferries being built at the now publicly-owned Ferguson Marine (Port Glasgow) Ltd, has been moved to dry dock in Greenock to undergo a planned schedule of...

The future of crofting hangs in the balance because the threat from the "incoherent White Paper" on "the U.K. Internal Market", proposals for coping with the impact of Brexit. That's the view of...

Island expertise and experience is to lead the UK in a national upgrade of search and rescue operations. Two officers of HM Coastguard in Stornoway will lead a new national course, bringing 100...

A school student from Benbecula has been credited with helping to change the Scottish Government’s mind about last week’s controversial downgrading of exam results. In a statement given to the...