“While we recognise that fencing and gating can be visually intrusive, it has been necessary to install a robust structure to withstand the high winds in Orkney.”
A woman of independent mind.
A report published by the Scottish Government this week has painted a bleak picture for Orkney as one of the areas worst hit by Brexit.
A fascinating project called 365: Stories and Music sees Aidan O’Rourke perform with pianist and harmonium player Kit Downes this Friday 11th October at the Gable End Theatre, Hoy, and the touring […]
Orkney Islands Council has agreed to take part in a bid to the UK Government for another round of funding to support testing of 4/5G services in Orkney.
The working studio/shop ArtWorks of the Earth, as you have known it for the last 3 years, is closing on 15th of October.
Orkney quizzers are being sought for a TV programme which asks Very Hard Questions.
Chasing Time by Diana Leslie is the next exhibition at the Northlight Gallery Stromness from Monday 14th to Monday 21st October, 10.30am – 5pm, Closed Sunday
On Tuesday, 8th of October, the National Islands Plan was introduced in the Scottish Parliament.
“Thorfinn and Martha’s particular achievements show us that no matter what your circumstances are, learning is accessible.”
The archaeologists from ORCA Archaeology discovered sections of wall that were part of the St Magnus Cathedral Close