A pet goose who brought love through lockdown to a family in Tong has had to be put to sleep after a savage attack by a dog in their own garden. The Smith family put out an appeal on the Tong...

The tenth anniversary of the death of Lewis international aid worker Linda Norgrove is being commemorated with two virtual events which are testing a lot of women – and some men. Swimming through...

The first stormy images to be shown by Comhairle nan Eilean Siar’s new road monitoring camera on the Bràighe have gone live today (Tuesday 22 September). Already nicknamed ‘Bràighe-cam’, the camera...

One of Britain’s biggest trade unions has today (Monday 21 September) called for offshore windfarm contracts to be halted until a protocol has been created for ensuring that fabrication work stays...

Applications are open for small businesses in the Western Isles to kickstart young people’s employment and aid the increasing numbers of young people aged 16-24 struggling to find work and survive...

A scheme to provide free, standardised house numbers to homes across the whole Galson Estate is set to make its first impact in the next few weeks. The house numbers project being organised by...