There is a great line up in this week’s Stornoway Gazette with everything from news on the latest transportation concerns in our front page lead and stories on pages six and seven to news of development in Harris in our story on page 11 and job creation in the Islands following the news of a new contract for Gael Force, also on page 11.
As the General Election race hots up we present the parliamentary candidates’ views on fuel poverty in the Western Isles. This is the first of three topics which will be posed by the paper in the run up to the ballot on May 7th.
Wildlife and the management of Sea Eagles in the region is highlighted in our story on page 10.
And we also have a picture special presenting the Lewis and Harris 40th School Reunion class mates on pages 28 and 29.
This week we also have columns on travel on page 10, cinema previews on page 19, Gardening on page 35 and our regular Healthy Living column on page 36.
To round off we have some fantastic news of sporting success with swimmer Kara Hanlon breaking more records in our back page lead and our athletes’ smash their Personal Bests, see our feature on page 37.