Don’t miss this week’s issue of the Stornoway Gazette, some of the highlights include:
A windfarm windfall, find out more in our front page splash.
It’s a great comeback for the Leverburgh community co-operative, see page 3 for details on their bid for charitable status.
The magic of Katie Morag delights at this year’s BAFTA awards, find out more in our page 6 lead story.
Stornoway is set to light up for the festive season find out all the details on page 8.
Team of the Year goes to a group of First Responders from the Islands, find out more on page 9.
Summer School Ceolas also wins an award at the Scottish Gaelic Awards on page 10.
The Galson Estate wind farm project is on track for 2015, find out more about the share issue and how much has been raised already on page 11.
A Benbecula entrepreneur scoops a prize for his business ideas gaining £1,500 for his project, find out more on page 13.
And there is a new meaning for quiet time at Sgoil an Rubha on page 17.
Colin Macleod’s new venture ‘Further North Music’ is presented in this week’s Scene on page 18.
A Skye congregation welcomed a Stornoway Reverand as their new minister this week, find out more about his ordination and induction on page 33.
Cute Baby Alert! Find out why it was a very special day for these little islanders our picture feature on page 35.
And our local footballers were the Pride of the Isles with their recent success in the North Caledonian Cup, find out all the reaction with a match report on pages 38 and 40.