In this week’s Stornoway Gazette

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More from our Mod Gallery. See pages 18,19,20,21.22.23 for a full pictorial round up.

Uist assignment for drug dog Ollie the Collie. See more on page 4.

Mod - Oscar Fish was joined in the celebrations for his solo singing triumph by little sister Penny (8) and Barney the Dinosaur.

Mod - Oscar Fish was joined in the celebrations for his solo singing triumph by little sister Penny (8) and Barney the Dinosaur.

Local estate agents are seeing a rise in first time buyers, while the Western Isles has come fourth in a list of affordable rural areas in the UK. Find out more in our news feature on page 5.

Crossroads Lewis are determined to continue the service despite funding concerns. Read more about their efforts on page 6.

Successful NHS organised Breast Aware visit to the Uists. Read more about the educational event on page 9.

Old Stornoway Lifeboat for sale as an ocean cruiser. Find out more about this interesting sale on page 12.

Care for a Ceilidh - Lewis choirs take the Mod to Paisley care homes. Find out more on page 14.

Semi-final spot in Young Folk Awards for Islanders Miss Irenie Rose and the Mischa MacPherson Trio. See page 15 to find out more about their success.

Commonwealth Ambassadors aim to create a lasting legacy. Find out more about what these islanders hope to achieve on page 53.

Coaching session with budding young island footballers with Hoops hero Frank McAvennie during his visit to Stornoway. See more pictures from his visit on page 54.

On your marks for the Callanish Marathon. Find out how to register for the event on page 56.