• Get Involved in Apprenticeship Week

    This week Comhairle nan Eilean Siar joins Developing the Young Workforce Outer Hebrides to celebrate Scottish Apprenticeship Week 2022.

  • Chairman of Anti-Poverty Group Calls for Urgent Discussions

    The Chairman of the Outer Hebrides Community Planning Partnership Anti-Poverty Group, Cllr Angus McCormack, has described the cessation of insulation measures in the Western Isles as 'devastating news'.

  • Sgeama Greis Gnìomhachais nan Oileanach 2022

    In conjunction with Bòrd na Gàidhlig, Comhairle nan Eilean Siar are offering an opportunity to students with Gaelic skills to be employed for ten weeks during summer 2022 in the Western Isles with organisations which use Gaelic in the workplace every day. 

  • Surplus topsoil applications

    Following a pause in surplus topsoil applications during the winter months, the Comhairle will once again be taking applications from Monday, 7 March, just in time for spring planting or any other potential uses within SEPA guidance. Image, mdirock

  • Government Legislation Risks Increasing Fuel Poverty and Loss of Island Jobs

    The Leader of Comhairle nan Eilean Siar, Roddie Mackay, has written to the Scottish Government to express deep concern at the cessation of all activity relating to insulation works in the Western Isles resulting in the loss of a key tool to combat fuel poverty and the loss of 14 jobs.