Current levels of ferry service provision fall well below what members of the public and ferry stakeholders consider reasonable. This is the overarching sentiment expressed by 394 respondents to a...

The Western Isles NHS has today (Wednesday December 21) publicly named the Western Isles-based newspaper which it attacked earlier in the week for negative reporting. NHSWI claims there has...

After a long stretch of chaos on mainland roads and rail links, island families aiming to be reunited for Christmas now have sea and air services to the islands to worry about. Cancellations and...

Thursday’s draft Scottish Budget was both good news and bad news for the vital small business sector in the Western Isles, according to the FSB’s Highlands & Islands Development Manager, David...

The basis for tackling climate change in the islands has been approved by the Outer Hebrides Community Planning Partnership (OHCPP). Two documents, Climate Change Rationale and the Case for Action,...

Isle of Barra Distillers has confirmed they now have full planning permission to push ahead with their £12 million development project. The distillery is now poised to work on a purpose-built...

National UK regulators OFGEM seem to have agreed that it's worth trying to prevent Uist and Barra being cut off from the national electricity grid. Earlier they had indicated a casual lack of...

Hebridean Housing Partnership has made a number of donations to charities, it has announced today (Tuesday November 29) At their AGM on 31 August 2022, HHP agreed to donate £1,000 to the following...