Jenny Sprenger an art student from the University of Highlands and Islands, Orkney College, has been selected to take part in the Professional Development Programme as part of the Scotland + Venice 2019 exhibition during this year’s Biennale of Art in Venice.
A woman of independent mind.
Local cafes in Orkney will be serving delicious chocolate cakes, buns and biscuits made with Fairtrade cocoa throughout the fortnight of 25th of February to 10th of March.
“The Wellpark Garden Centre in Kirkwall recently opened an indoor play area for children.”
“We expect the service to be fully funded by the Government – a precedent set 12 months ago when full funding was awarded for the first time after years of campaigning by the Council.”
This event will give parents and young people an opportunity to learn more about the three types of Apprenticeships in Orkney
“Andrew and I were discussing the good, nay great, news, that Dr John Rae has won the RICS Pride in the Profession Mappers Award”
A total of 27 different organisations across Scotland will benefit to the tune of £462,000 in this 2nd round of funding.
This famous catch phrase from the 1930 film ‘Another Fine Mess’ pops into my mind on many an occasion and none more so than the daily lies we are subjected to by our elected politicians.
A consultation has been launched into inheritance in relation to intestacy – this is where a person dies without making a will.
17th February 2019