“I expect health boards to listen to what people with cancer are saying about what matters to them, and make improvements based on their views.”
A woman of independent mind.
MSc Artificial Intelligence (AI) Scholarships at Aberdeen University
The scholarships will cover the cost of tuition for Scottish and EU students for the degree programme starting in September.
A Couple of Orkney Doocots
“As far as I know, there are a few doocots ( dovecots) on Orkney, but I’ve only visited a couple of them.”
Orkney Voting Opens to Name New Pilot Boat
A public vote opens this week to select the name for Orkney’s new pilot launch – currently under construction in Spain.
Unspotted Snow by Peter Arnott at the Gable End Theatre Hoy
Unspotted Snow will be on at The Gable End Theatre, Hoy – Wednesday 1st May, 8pm.
100 Years of Magic with Disney on Ice in Aberdeen
Disney on Ice celebrates 100 years of magic in 2019 and you can see them at The Event Complex Aberdeen (TECA) from 31st October to 3rd November.
Have your say about the future of Stromness
A series of consultation events will be held in Stromness in May for local folk to come together and discuss and share ideas for the future of Stromness.
Climate Change Emergency Declared But Where is the Response ?
“The Scottish Government have yet to spell out how they will behave differently now that they acknowledge that there is a Climate Emergency underway.” Friends of the Earth Scotland
‘How to Develop your Workforce’ Event for Employers
Local employers are invited to book their place at an event that will help them learn more about recruiting apprentices and attracting young people to their workforce.
Possible Future Industrial Action by Pupil Support Staff in Highland Council
“GMB members have overwhelmingly rejected their employer’s stealth cuts plan for the future of additional support needs delivery in our schools.”