The poet, William Soutar, was born in Perth on this day in 1898.
A woman of independent mind.
Sea Eagles, Stockins and Sojers
Hoy, is the most dramatically spectacular of the inhabited islands of Orkney.
Councillors’ Decision on Cuts Detrimental to Pupils
a total of £96,000 will be slashed from the budgets of services which directly affect children and young people with additional needs
Improving Mental Health Services for Young People
“This is an opportunity to make a difference in a system that so many people in my community rely on.”
Hoy Wind Farm Public Meeting
The meeting will be on Monday 30th April at 7pm in North Walls School.
On being more than the sum of our parts?
At the Ness of Brodgar dig, in 2015, the bones of a baby were found, tucked in, by the base of a wall.
“Rolling in Profits” RBS Continues to Close local Branches
RBS has just announced profit of £792m for the first three months of 2018.
Forging Links Between Archaeologists in Orkney and Germany
“We are signing a Memorandum of Understanding with the DAI, for partnership working longer term.”
Drawn to Life at Northlight Gallery
A new exhibition will open on Saturday 28th April at the Northlight Gallery Stromness: Drawn to Life.
Fabulous New Trophy For Orkney Rowing Club
The Orkney Rowing Club has been presented with a new trophy, two new banners, as well as a financial contribution from the Orkney Fisheries Association.