The online event is open to anyone with a keen interest in the language and participants can register for the consultation by emailing email@example.com.
Community Land Scotland are encouraging people, inparticular young families, to return to their local areas and are asking the Scottish Government to extend their Rural and Islands Housing Fund to help them do this.
The award-winning SEALL Festival of Small Halls will live-stream the music of some of Scotland’s best traditional musicians from three stunning locations on the island later this month.
However, just as the IOSF team thought it was now down to just three otters at the sanctuary, another call came in.
The funds are part of the wider Affordable Housing Supply Programme, which has delivered about 4,800 affordable homes in the rural and island communities over the first four years of this Parliament, including on Skye, in the Outer Hebrides, and on Mull, Raasay and Rum.
Marion Anderson is from Flodigarry and graduated from Sabhal Mòr Ostaig with a BA in Gaelic Language and Culture.
The Highland Council has been allocated an additional £1,066,000 ring-fenced to stimulate local construction activity and support employment across Highland.
The accolades recognise the achievements of both organisations across a variety of areas, including building maintenance, cleanliness, waste management and engagement with the local community.
NHS Highland will also be completing essential maintenance work in the weeks and months ahead to update and improve the look and feel of the building, while ensuring that Covid-19 guidelines are adhered to and any noise and disruption is kept to a minimum.