Halloween was still some way off when Sgoil Uibhist a Tuath in Paible, got in early to flag up their Christmas Fair on Saturday December 10. The event is planned to start at 10am and includes food,...

Pictured above are the latest modern apprentices to join the CalMac programme – a fleet of young people who are starting their maritime career on the company's Modern Apprenticeship...

A new licensing scheme for short term property letting came into force on Friday (1 October), setting a timetable of dates by which Airbnb and other short-term let hosts must be licensed to operate...

The new BBC ALBA series ‘Fillte’ discovers some of Scotland's finest fabrics and their creators.Discovering the stories behind wool, linen, lace and tweed, Fillte, which means ‘interwoven’, travels...

Mast upgrade  Cornerstone and O2 Telefónica UK have notified Comhairle nan Eilean Siar about proposed upgrading work at the Market Stance telecoms mast. Under permitted development, it is proposed...

Investments by Highlands and Islands Enterprise during the last financial year (2021-22) supported businesses and social enterprises to create 1,327 full time equivalent jobs across the region and...

Both the local Labour Party and the SNP have been - unsurprisingly - less than fulsome in their welcome to the new UK Prime Minister who will be formally appointed by the Queen tomorrow (Tuesday...

Having waited two extra years for the chance to compete in the International Island Games, male footballers from the Western Isles have been excluded by the luck of the draw. The Western Isles...