It’s another jam-packed edition of the Stornoway Gazette for you to enjoy this week, some of the highlights include:
A daring expedition to Antarctica to break a world record, our front page splash.
Isles’ Labour party name their man for the General Election, find out more on page 3.
Island airports receive two new tenders and island pupils name them, see our feature on page 5.
Blar Buidhe care home in Steinish is first past the post find out why in our story on page 7.
Founder of mentor programme project is presented with the Glasgow Lewis and Harris Association Trophy for 2014, read all about the work this project does on page 7.
It’s a quadruple success story of Castlebay Community School in Barra, find out about all the details in our page 9 lead.
This week saw the official unveiling of the new Harris House, see our story on page 10.
Children in Need events dominated the Islands this week see our special picture spread on pages 14 and 15.
Rock, Metal, Christmas songs and mince pies - want to find out more read our regular Entertainments column The Scene on page 18.
Competition for Book Week find out about all the details on page 19.
Sgoil nan Loch held a special Remmembrance Day event on November 11th, find out about their upcoming open day on page 23.
It was prizes galore at the Lewis and Harris Player of the Year Awards 2014, find out who won what on page 34.
The trout and salmon season is at an end find out about all the angling news in our regular column on page 37.
Ready, Set, Go - the cross country series is at the start line find out more in our story on page 40.