The Hebrides International Film Festival will take place at venues throughout the Outer Hebrides – from the Butt to Barra – from September 12 to 14.
There will around 78 screenings at 12 venues over the three days, from Thursday through to Saturday, with final arrangements now being made for the event.
The number of police officers serving in the Highlands and Islands divisional area has fallen in recent months.
Highlands and Islands MSP Donald Cameron has expressed concern after the publication of a report which shows that the numbers serving in the region had gone down by 13.
Competing statements were issued during this afternoon (Tuesday August 20th) by the Bethesda Trustees and the Integration Joint Board which links Comhairle nan Eilean Siar and NHS Western Isles.
This exchange follows the rejection by the Bethesda Trustees last week of a new deal from the IJB and is part of a dispute over funding going back several years.
The Bethesda Trustees said they “were unable to accept the offer proposed by the IJB as it is putting the organisation at risk and jeopardising the service.”
The IJB replied by saying: “Despite public claims to the contrary, no evidence has been presented that Bethesda is currently an organisation in financial distress.”