Salmon farmers are calling for £10million-a-year in licence fees to be reinvested in affordable housing to tackle the growing property crisis in rural Scotland. Trade body Salmon Scotland has...

Last night’s appearance (Thursday June 23) in Taigh Chearsabhagh by Scots poet Gerry Cambridge is to be rescheduled for October. The much-anticipated poetry evening had to be postponed at the last...

After the success of Cuach na Cloinne with primary schools over the years, this year Comunn na Gàidhlig (CnaG) held Cuach nan Àrd-sgoiltean, as a pilot event, this week. Cuach nan Àrd-sgoiltean...

Na h-Eileanan an Iar SNP MP Angus MacNeil has reacted with dismay that the Chancellor has no plans to increase the Rural Fuel Rebate. Mr MacNeil wrote to Chancellor Rishi Sunak in March calling for...

The time spent in hospital by patients undergoing joint replacements in the Western Isles has been reduced - and everyone's happier.  NHS Western Isles has introduced a nurse-led Arthroplasty...

On Tuesday June 14 the Lewis and Harris Youth Pipe Band headed off on a tour of the mainland with the Lewis and Harris Youth Concert Band. This was made possible with funding from Scottish Schools...

Coastguard staff and volunteers past and present are this week [Monday 13-Friday 17 June] joining together in the Hebrides to mark 200 years of keeping people safe in some of the most remote...

Last week (Wednesday June 8) saw the end of an era in Loganair, with the retirement of the longest-serving member of their team. Janet MacLean joined the airline on 7 March 1984, and in her role as...