Fourteen graduates have been recruited at businesses across the Outer Hebrides over the last few weeks, through a programme funded and delivered by Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE). The...

Jobs and careers for workers displaced from the oil and gas industries are promised after SSE today (Friday December 3) announced it was was backing the UK’s largest offshore wind tower factory with...

Highlands and Islands MSP Donald Cameron has welcomed a commitment from the Scottish Government to take action on Gaelic teacher education. The Scottish Conservative MSP, who is Vice-Convener of...

Thousands of island homes may be left without insurance cover from February next year because the owners and residents are unaware of new smoke and heat alarm legislation. That's the warning today...

NHS Western Isles Chief Executive Gordon Jamieson has taken on a wintry look for his daily Covid-19 update on Facebook and Twitter – but the news from the frontline is much more warming. The Zoe...

The world of babies and toddlers is being brought to life on-line with a new selection of Gaelic songs, some old, some new and some adapted to the occasion. Comhairle nan Eilean Siar says it is...