“I’m tired of having a fourth rate after-dinner speaker pretending to know what he’s doing. “
The waste water monitoring for traces of Covid-19 ribonucleic acid (RNA) being done by SEPA and Scottish Water still registers high numbers in Orkney.
Strong to gale northerly winds easing later. Maximum temperature 4 °C.
“This year we have already heard of folk turning off their electric heating and using makeshift heating sources involving biofuel cans, which raises issues of fire safety as well as affordable warmth. ” Robert Leslie Director, THAW Orkney
“I am well chuffed that Orkney is due to receive a hefty £18,600 from the first round of grants from the Scotland Loves Local Fund.”
“We be of one blood, thee and I’”
The Orkney Creative Hub, Garrison Road, Hatston, is opening its studios, Saturday 27th of November.
Art work and photographs from the recently published ‘Rebel Orkney’ will be exhibited at the Northlight Gallery Stromness starting on Monday 29th of November. The delay in opening is due to the issues from the aftermath of Storm Arwen.
The cumulative total of Covid cases in Orkney is at 906 as 3 new positive test results were recorded in the health board area.
Gale or severe gale force north or northeasterly winds, perhaps increasing storm force for a time. Maximum temperature 6 °C.