Some of the highlights from this week’s Stornoway Gazette include:
A further delay for start date for the MV Loch Seaforth, see page 1.
Storm uncovers ancient human bones on beach, see our feature on page 3.
The most popular baby names in the Western Isles during 2014 are revealed on page 5.
Contributor William Cameron reports from St Kilda in Scotland, Australia and New Zealand, see our feature on page 6.
Find out more about the beach work of Gaia the Garbage o page 15.
Wee Studio is set to kickstart island music see our lead story on page 17.
The launch of The Going Down of the Sun is featured in our regular Gaelic News page Sùil Mun Cuairt on page 20.
Stornoway Golf Club review of 2014 see page 29.
SRAC’s year of tumbling records and medal collecting, find out all the details on page 30.
The sporting success is also highlighted in our regular Sport and Health column on page 31.
Catch up with the Boxing Day Banter in our back page Rugby story.
And SRAC runners get ready for their annual Flett Trek challenge on page 32.