North Uist Distillery is toasting 2022 by making all ten of their employees into shareholders in the company. The distillery has earned a reputation for being a progressive and forward-looking...

A former HIE industrial estate on Grimsay is poised to become a new sea salt production facility. The proposal being mooted by local businessman Duncan Griffiths is to install two polytunnels at...

Winners have been announced for a competition encouraging householders across Uist to light up the islands for Christmas. Earlier yesterday (21st December 2021) on the shortest day of the year,...

Comhairle nan Eilean Siar say they are making strenuous efforts to improve the representation of women in elected roles at the council. An online workshop is to be run by the campaign organisation...

A special night celebrating Uist singer, piper and tradition bearer, Catriona Garbutt, will be held during this year’s Blas Festival, as the festival makes a return to live events after last year’s...

Two river systems in Harris and three in North Uist are set to be downgraded for salmon conservation status under Scottish Government recommendations published today (Wednesday 11 August). If...

The new Child Disability Payment has opened for applications from people living in the Western Isles. From today (Monday July 26), families of children with a disability or long-term health...

Black Watch veteran and former councillor Major Colin Campbell passed away in Trianaid Care Home on North Uist on Sunday May 23. He was aged 87. His funeral was today (Thursday 27) at Nunton...