“Orkney could lose up to £2.4 million. “
A woman of independent mind.
Tune and a Tale: Eclipsed
For all musicians out there a tune with a peedie story from local musician and reader of the Orkney News the very talented Fiona Driver.
What Price Trade Links With the North ?
perhaps in our haste to promote these links we need to be aware of a more complex picture of the activities of those we share the northern seas with.
Video of Opal/Narborough Commemoration in Orkney
The Orkney News was able to film some of the commemoration which took place on Friday 12th January 2018
Poetry Corner: Cradle Song
On this day in 1979 saw the birth of Scotland’s first test-tube baby.
Orkney College UHI Open Day
The rescheduled Open Day takes place on Friday 26th January 2018 1-5pm
Detecting the Cause of Strokes
a new approach which could revolutionise the way doctors manage strokes caused by bleeding in the brain, known as intracerebral haemorrhage (ICH).
Ending Charges on Credit Card Payments
From 13th January 2018 extra charges imposed on payment by credit card will no longer be permitted.
Bernie Bell: Orkney Walks, South-Ronaldsay, East Coast
you get some wonderful views of the position of the Eagle Cairn in relation to the landscape around it, and of the Pentland Skerries, with their lighthouse.
Show me the colour of your passport (or how East Africa moves forward while the UK goes into reverse)
a group of countries previously considered to be among the poorest in the world are coming together into an East African Community (EAC).