Don’t miss all the news, views and events inside your Stornoway Gazette this week.
Some of the highlights include: Hebridean Chocolates closes with losses of £200,000 see story on page 3.
MV Loch Seaforth is due to start service on the Stornoway to Ullapool route on September 8th see page 5.
One charity helps another as the local Breast Cancer Support Group finds a new home see page 8.
Calls to sterilise farmed salmon following escapes in Shetland find out more on page 9.
Is it time for a wee chat about organ donation with your family? Find out how organ donation can transform lives on page 11.
Saw Doctors members begin tour as a duo see our feature interview on page 14.
The Neil Martin Trophy is presented to two Harris Girls see page 25.
Can you spot anyone you know in on our featured image on this week’s Nostalgia from Aird School around 1970? See page 26.
The new fishing season starts take the bait with our regular Angling Column on page 35.
Seventy-two pupils make a splash at the Inter Island Schools Swimming Gala on page 40.