A village in the Western Isles is believed to be the first in the country to have converted to LED lighting.
Point and Sandwick Trust
The Lewis War Memorial was turned a striking red for this year’s Poppy Scotland appeal.
A book of tunes from a Stornoway piper was launched this week in Glasgow at the National Piping Centre.
An innovative plan to use hydrogen produced at island wind farms to power the ferry network has been announced by Point and Sandwick Trust.
Student who ‘never saw himself as academic’ has idea on supersonic jet engines published in scientific journal
A student from Stornoway who "never saw himself as academic" has developed an engine concept for supersonic jets - and had his idea published in a prestigious scientific journal.
Tributes have been paid to an influential community activist in the Western Isles who has died from cancer, aged 66.
A primary school in the Western Isles has received a £25,000 funding boost to help pupils from disadvantaged families enjoy trips with their classmates.
The Outer Hebrides’ second LGBT Pride event will take place this Saturday in Stornoway amid strong community support.
A community-owned wind farm on the Western Isles is to provide funding for students undertaking Masters studies in the sciences at Lews Castle College, after the two organisations struck up a partnership.
A parent and toddler group in the Western Isles is celebrating after receiving funding from a community wind farm project to help aid the group combat isolation and postnatal depression.
The Bethesda Hospice, which provides end-of-life care and support to island families, has received a welcome boost after receiving another £30,000 from community wind farm charity Point and Sandwick Trust (PST).
A community wind farm charity on Lewis is celebrating the outreach work of its two community consultants after it was revealed nearly 30 groups have now benefited from their work.
An island community has come together to create their own “shock squad” to deliver and operate the village defibrillator.
Young rugby players in the Western Isles are now prepared for all weathers following a £3,000 donation from a community wind farm charity.
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.
During a recent visit to the Isle of Lewis, the Highlands and Islands Regional Forestry Forum have praised locals on their enthusiasm towards the creation of new woodland.
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 popular piping competition in Stornoway has received a lifeline donation of £25,000 from a Highland charity to enable it to continue in the Western Isles for the next five years.
A wind farm Trust is supporting carers across the Isle of Lewis by awarding £25,000 to help deliver vital services.
Could a hydrogen-powered ferry help deliver better access to some of Scotland’s most remote island communities?
A hydrogen-powered ferry has been proposed to deliver a service to some of Scotland's most remote island communities.
An addiction charity has received a £15,000 from wind farm charity Point and Sandwick Trust.