Military veteran and Orkney News reporter, Nick Morrison, joined hundreds of others on Hoy to remember the bravery and sacrifice of those heroes 50 years ago.
A woman of independent mind.
Maree Todd: “Getting on with the day job”
“We have invested £1.4m in building and refurbishing schools in Orkney since 2007 through the £1.8bn school building programme, Scotland’s Schools for the Future.”
Isle O’ Calm : Get That Lightsome Feeling
There are very few new products today which are so successful that they sell out their complete stock at their launch but that is what happened with Isle O’ Calm.
World Social Work Day 2019 Events in Orkney
Orkney’s social work service will be celebrated at World Social Work Day events in the St Magnus Centre, Kirkwall. The events are open to the public.
“Applying a controlled shock with a defibrillator within 5 minutes of a cardiac arrest provides the best chance of that person surviving.”
““The Scottish Ambulance Service recommends that all custodians register their PADs with the Scottish Ambulance Service to ensure that they are available to save lives in an emergency.”
Poetry Corner: The Flower
One day/my little girl took me/ out to the garden..
Peace and Reconciliation: St Magnus Festival 2019
The 43rd St Magnus International Festival takes place from Friday 21st to Thursday 27th June.
Saying no more to sexual violence and abuse in Orkney #AskForAngelaOrkney
Customers can approach any member of staff and ask if Angela is working this will be the signal to staff that something is wrong and the customer requires some assistance.
Kirkwall Street Works
Street works in Kirkwall town centre will move to the opposite side of Broad Street from today ,18th March.
The Orkneyinga Trail – Kirkwall and Beyond – A short, and not entirely reasonable, ramble about the Vikings in Orkney
The Orkneyinga Saga Trail in Kirkwall…….I’m vaguely aware that there is one, and of the Orkneyinga Saga Trail, around Orkney – I see the noticeboards when we’re out for walks