News

  • Levels of Shellfish Toxin back to safe levels

    Monitoring work undertaken on behalf of Food Standards Scotland has identified that the high levels of shellfish toxins identified in East Loch Roag in Lewis on 08 September 2017 have returned to safe levels.

    The warning against eating shellfish from this area has now been lifted.

     
  • Comhairle Welcomes Community Engagement on Outer Hebrides Ferry Services

    Comhairle nan Eilean Siar has welcomed a new round of stakeholder engagement and consultation on ferry services affecting the Outer Hebrides.

     
  • Lewis and Harris Badminton Singles

    Please find attached the Lewis and Harris Badminton Singles competition entry form

    The competitions (Gents & Ladies) are sponsored by Stornoway Round Table.  Image © Kingkalli.

     
  • New Chairman of the Integration Joint Board (IJB)

    Cllr Kenny John Macleod has been appointed as the new Chairman of the Integration Joint Board (IJB) which oversees a wide range of Health and Social Care Services in the Western Isles. Kenny John is also the Comhairle's Chairman of Communities and Housing.

     
  • Car Parking Charges - Stornoway Town Centre

    Our Transportation and Infrastructure Committee agreed at the June meeting to extend the pay and display into the area known as the Fisherman's car park, areas of South Beach adjacent to the Star Inn and the Caledonian Hotel, to alleviate traffic and congestion within the town. The changes will come into force on Monday 25th September 2017.