It was one of the biggest maritime disasters ever to happen in Scotland.
Exclusive: Iolaire to be recognised as an official war grave by MOD a century after 201 servicemen perished
The final resting place of HMY Iolaire will be recognised as an official war grave after the Ministry of Defence signalled its intention to protect the wreckage under a special parliamentary act.
School students across the Western Isles have been commended for their “outstanding contributions” in helping to mark the centenary of the Iolaire.
‘An amazing piece of work’: Inverness theatre falls silent during poignant retelling of the Iolaire disaster
Susan Welsh saw An Treas Suaile (The Third Wave) at Eden Court Theatre, Inverness.
Descendants of men who died on board HMY Iolaire have spoken of the lasting impact it has had on their communities.
A group of Western Isles pupils have created a stunning poppy display in tribute to the 201 men who died in the Iolaire disaster.
Isles MP Angus MacNeil has laid an Early Day Motion (EDM) before parliament on the centenary of the Iolaire tragedy.
The MSP for the Western Isles has called for the Ministry of Defence to protect the final resting place of HMY Iolaire, under a parliamentary act designed to protect the wreckage of military vehicles and vessels.