Don’t miss this week’s Stornoway Gazette some of the highlights include:
Find out why some Comhairle nan Eilean Siar workers are being hit with an unexpected tax bill in our page 3 lead.
Lesley Riddoch shakes up the Referendum debate with her straight talking on page 9.
Meanwhile Labour MP Jim Murphy also stopped in the Isles during his ‘100 Towns in 100 days’ tour banging the drum for the Better Together Campaign on page 9.
Kids line up for the honours at the Western Thistle Development Club Prizegiving on page 10.
And we find out all about this year’s successful Ceolas Summer School held annually in the Southern Isles on page 11.
The Clan Macleod Chief Donald Macleod visited the Ui Church in Point to see the new developments at the old building and the grounds, find out more in our feature on page 13.
The Creative Ullapool 2014 programme is showcased in our lead on page 23.
And we higlight the success of the first ever Stornoway Lifeboat 5k on page 36.
Commonwealth Games hopeful Kerry MacPhee takes centre-stage on our back page this week, as she lifted a silver medal at the British Mountain Bike Cross Country Championships.
As always it’s a jam-packed issue of the Stornoway Gazette with plenty of news, views, events and features, pick up your copy today!