The EIS trade union - representing teachers -  is stepping up its campaign against Comhairle nan Eilean Siar plans to teach a wider range of subjects at Western Isles secondary schools by sharing...

Barra boy Matthew Davidson is justifying all the faith placed in him by island and mainland football coaches – and getting the reward for his determination and commitment to football – as he wins...

Ahead of Dementia Awareness Week, which kicks off next month, Alzheimer Scotland launches its Tea & Blether campaign yesterday (Wednesday 13 April). Communities across Scotland are encouraged...

A new documentary which airs on BBC ALBA tomorrow (Sunday April 10) tells the inspirational story of one the greatest Scottish footballers to have ever played the game - Julie Fleeting. Produced...

Will the summer shows be back? There are hints that a partial programme of summer shows may be on the cards for the islands, though announcements made through side-channels may prove premature. In...

Landowners and landowning organisations are bearing the brunt of the costs resulting from people who illegally dump rubbish, sofas and building materials in Scotland’s countryside. That was the...

The Western Isles are victims of uncontrolled rises in heating oil prices as the international economic crisis gathers even more pace with the threat from Russia to cut gas supplies. During...

A memorial service is to be held in Harris later this summer as a celebration of the life of Catherine MacLeod, of Strond, Harris and Lochganvich, Lochs, who passed away after a long illness on 22...