News

  • Levels of Shellfish Toxin back to safe levels in Kyles of Eriskay

    Monitoring work undertaken on behalf of Food Standards Scotland has identified that the high levels of shellfish toxins identified in Caolas Eiriosgaigh (Kyles of Eriskay) on 16 June 2016 have returned to safe levels. Image © Broxholmroad.

     

     

     
  • Consultation on Licensed Taxi And Private Hire Car (Where Fitted With Taxi Meter) Fare Structure

    Notice is hereby given that Comhairle nan Eilean Siar is reviewing the maximum fares and charges for taxis and private hire cars (where fitted with a meter) within its area as detailed below, with effect from 29 August 2016 and proposes that there be an increase to the current fare structure as detailed below. Any person may lodge representations in writing with respect to the proposal no later than 02 August 2016. Image ©tameside.gov.

     
  • Museum nan Eilean Public Opening

    This exciting new museum, part of the Heritage Lottery Fund supported Lews Castle project, explains life in the Outer Hebrides from pre-history to the present with a range of exhibitions including significant archaeological finds from National Museum Scotland. Image, Scottishconstructionnow.

     
  • e-Sgoil Newsletter June 2016

    Please see the e-Sgoil Newsletter for June 2016 available in both English and Gaelic.

     
  • Positive Parenting Program

    Please find attached information leaflet for the Positive Parenting Program. Group sessions begin tomorrow 10.00am-12.00pm at Adventure Island and will run for 8 weeks.  A free crèche at Adventure Island is also available to allow you to attend. Image © wrh.