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  • How good is your community? What do you think about where you live?

    With the people of the Outer Hebrides reporting the highest levels of happiness in the UK in a recent survey, you may think that living in the Outer Hebrides can't get any better; or you may disagree. Either way the Outer Hebrides Community Planning Partnership (OHCPP) would like to hear what you have to say. Image © OHCPP.

     
  • Request for Volunteers

    The Outer Hebrides Resettlement Team is seeking more volunteers from the Lewis area to support re-settled families with a range of aspects of day-to-day life such as using public transport, going grocery shopping, going to the gym, attending appointments and participating in children's activities. Image © OHCPP.

     
  • Comhairle nan Eilean Siar and Western Isles Police are seeking the support and cooperation of the public tomorrow afternoon, Friday 3rd February.

    Comhairle nan Eilean Siar and Western Isles Police are seeking the support and cooperation of the public tomorrow afternoon, Friday 3rd February.

     
  • Budget and Council Tax Setting Papers

    Comhairle nan Eilean Siar's Budget and Council Tax Setting Papers are now available on the Comhairle website  . The Comhairle will set its budget on Tuesday 7th February.

     
  • Young Scot awards nomination open!

    Nominations for the Sunday Mail Young Scot Awards are now open. Since its launch in 2006 the Awards have celebrated the inspirational contributions of thousands of young Scots who have made a real difference to communities across Scotland. sportscotland are proud sponsors of the Sport Award, and we need you to help nominate a young person who you feel has greatly excelled within your sporting community. Image © youngscotawards.