What a difference seven years makes.
Capita has recruited Go-Ahead’s Patrick Butcher as its new finance chief as the outsourcer presses ahead with a radical transformation strategy.
A ferry service to the Western Isles will cost taxpayers at least £67 million by 2022 – but bankers will still own the 700-passenger ship.
An onshore station once home to the families of the Flannan Isles lighthouse keepers could soon be bought over by the local community.
Scottish Water has issued a warning to customers on the Isle of Lewis to continue to use water wisely, despite recent rainfall on the Hebridean isle.
A cancer support group on the Isle of Lewis is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, providing relief and sociable gatherings to its members.
The mother of a young kidney transplant patient in Lewis is set to host a fun day aimed at providing support and relief to children who suffer from renal problems and their families.
The future of the Lewis and Harris auction mart has been secured after a large turnout to an emergency general meeting.
A rower who was rescued from huge seas in a bid to cross the Atlantic says he will not be attempting the feat again and does not want to be seen as “some reckless thrill seeker.”
This year’s HebCelt festival is to showcase a brand new Gaelic song from a Lewis songwriter.
Police Scotland has appealed for information into the “illegal” killing of two pregnant red deer on North Uist.
A 79-year-old man was taken to hospital by his daughter yesterday after suffering burns from a wildfire on the Isle of Lewis.
Scottish comedian Sir Billy Connolly has made a flying visit to the Outer Hebrides.
They are worlds apart - but a Western Isles festival is giving inspiration to a tiny Hong Kong community,
Community wind farm charity Point and Sandwick Trust (PST) has been shortlisted in the Scottish Charity Awards.
A former island councillor accused of sexually assaulting a woman at the Callanish Standing Stones in Lewis eight years ago faces trial.
The Western Isles could be among the first places in Scotland to have “super turbines” as developer EDF announces plans for 656ft-tall structures on Lewis.
Point and Sandwick Community Trust on the isle of Lewis has given money to two local schools to help buy specialised cycling equipment for children with additional support needs.
A lifeboat yesterday went to the aid of a woman who wanted to go castaway on a normally uninhabited group of islands but ended up getting injured.
A Tesco store on Lewis is having hundreds of shopping baskets stolen with the 5p levy for plastic carrier bags thought to be responsible.
It is the company which took Harris Tweed from rags to riches.
With a stone to represent every victim, this newly-unveiled memorial lays bare the sheer scale of a near-century old island tragedy.
A Free Church of Scotland minister in the Western Isles is being investigated over claims he asked a teenage girl to send him explicit photographs.
Scottish trade unions have been asked to adopt a ‘unified sense of hope’ over the situation at Burntisland Fabrication (BiFab) as the Scottish Government heads into negotiations to save the troubled firm.
Competitors are being sought for a charity run and cycle challenge in memory of a young Lewis woman who died of Cystic Fibrosis at the age of 21.
Plans for the world’s first sea-going hydrogen ferry are taking shape in the Western Isles - fuelled by community owned wind power.
The company behind plans to develop a 14-turbine windfarm on Lewis have revealed they intend to increase the size of the development in order to improve their chances of securing UK Government financial support.
The Fratellis have been announced as Friday night headliners at this summer’s Hebridean Celtic Festival on Lewis.
Watch as a new radar dish and dome are lifted into place in Lewis.
A tireless and “inspirational” cancer charity champion from the Isle of Lewis has died just weeks after being awarded an MBE in the New Year’s Honours.
The BiFab yard in Lewis will not be ditched in a potential takeover deal of the company, union leaders have been assured.
Around 250 people went through the doors for the controversial first Sunday opening of the Stornoway arts centre.