Stornoway Gazette Out Now!

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This week we highlight a new survey launched to find out islanders’ views on air services to the region, see page 3.

Page 3 also features the details of the three month festival of Harris Tweed which will go ahead in the summer.

A new scheme is to start in Stornoway when the Street Pastors take to the streets at the weekend to listen to and care for people, see page 7.

We have our regular round up of Gaelic news in Suil Mun Cuairt on page 8.

A new cookbook celebrating island recipes has been launched, find out more on page 10.

We have our Christmas Day TV Guide on pages 20 and 21 so that you can plan your day in front of the box.

The Nicolson Institute secondary school keeps us up to date with all their news - this will be their final submission of 2015 - on page 26.

Our Nostalgia pages this week asks for your help in identifying a South Georgia whaler on page 34.

With golf, bridge, football and details on this year’s Santa Run making up this week’s sport coverage on page 33 and pages 38 to 40.