News

  • 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."

     
  • Working Together for the Outer Hebrides

    The newly elected Leader and Convener of Comhairle nan Eilean Siar will work together with colleagues for the benefit of communities across the Outer Hebrides.

    Leader of the Comhairle, Cllr Roddie Mackay, said: "I am committed to working on behalf of communities across the Outer Hebrides."