Don’t miss this week’s issue of the Stornoway Gazette, some of the highlights include:
Benefit cuts are increasing stress amongst the islands most vulnerable, see page 3. Success of island foodbank on page 6. Concern caused by extra Barra/Glasgow flight on page 7. Landlord urges community to reject proposal at North Uist Estate buy-out discussions, page 9. Defibrillators installed at schools and sports sites, see page 10. Island kids to play part in Tattoo Hebrides, page 13. Hebriders preparing for traditional charity ride out, also on page 13. New book published to honour memories of Back School, see page 17. Globetrotting Rachel ready to plant some roots, page 18. Baha’i talk to connect the past to the present on page 25. Games’ fate now out on Kerry’s hands, see page 35. Shinty action at Shawbost on page 37. Cup final is easy as ABC for wonderful West, see pages 38 and 39.