The 43rd St Magnus International Festival takes place from Friday 21st to Thursday 27th June.
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
A Gude Cause Maks A Strong Erm is a short animated film telling the story of the Orcadian Woman’s Suffrage Society
Free Fringe events are being held in Orkney on Saturday 23rd of March and it looks amazing
what would a sustainable model of arts funding in Scotland look like ?
and how should that funding be made available to individual artists ?
On St Patrick’s Day The Orkney News celebrates Ireland’s John Philip Holland born Feb. 29, 1840, Liscannor, County Clare.
Opening up a Kodak no.3 Camera Box and finding small envelopes of negatives led Orcadian Bruce Gorie on a trail to discover the names of the people in the pictures.
Sally George spoke of the devastating damage being done to working lives and that every week Unison is dealing with cases where workplace bullying is a factor.
What is left to say……..
Exhibition on Saturday 16th of March from 10am – 4pm