News

  • Comhairle Apprenticeships

    Comhairle nan Eilean Siar and partners will publish an extensive list of over 40 apprenticeships which will see posts created from the Butt to Barra, across a wide range of sectors and departments.

     
  • Passengers Encouraged to Book Ullapool-Inverness Coach Service in Advance

    Following a successful pilot in 2016, customers on the Ullapool-Inverness coach route should once again benefit from extra capacity following an agreement by Comhairle nan Eilean Siar, Scottish Citylink and the Highlands and Islands Regional Transport Partnership (HITRANS). Image © flickr.

     
  • Dementia Awareness Workshop

    We have spaces left in this upcoming free workshop on Monday 29th

    Please pass on to anyone you think might be interested. 

    Register by emailing communitylearninghebrides@cne-siar.gov.uk or calling 01851 822 718. 

     
  • Have Your Say: Stornoway Vision

    A Stornoway Masterplan is being developed which aims to develop a clear vision for the physical development of Stornoway, and sets out proposals to address the key strategic challenges and opportunities facing the town. 

    Image © Tameside.gov

     
  • Sustainable Development

    Cllr Donald Crichton, Loch a Tuath, was elected Chairman of the Comhairle's Sustainable Development Committee on Tuesday 16th May. Speaking after the Committee, Cllr. Crichton said:

    "I want to thank colleagues for nominating me. I believe Sustainable Development is a crucial committee with a wide ranging and diverse remit to help address the big economic challenges that we face in the Outer Hebrides. From my perspective there are a number of key priorities that I think will be essential for the Committee to focus on."