This week’s Gazette is full of the issues that matter to you. We highlight concerns over Out of Hours Health care in Harris, see our lead story on the front page and page 3.
A cherished Island school is struggling to find a maths teacher despite an admirable description of its unique setting, suggesting the islands are not immune to the debate over the national teacher shortage, see page 5 to find out more.
Films will be screened at an event in Stornoway to highlight the stigma and shame that unfortunately persists around domestic violence, see our feature on the topic on page 6.
Hipster crofters? Sounded curious to us too! See page 7 for the story on how crofting is becoming a more fashionable pursuit.
Our entertainment section has The Scene, featuring, as always, Jori’s unparalleled round-up of the music happenings on the islands, check out page 18.
Your sport coverage is comprehensive, with Lochs FC winning the league for the eighth time, back page.
So dive into this week’s paper for all your news, views, events and issues in the Western Isles.