A vigil organised by the Independence campaigning group Yes Orkney commemorating the day we left the EU has been cancelled due to the weather.
Today, 31 January, the Island Nation of Nauru celebrates its independence day
Predicting The Threat Of Invasive Non-Native Species
St Helena is most at risk from a high number of plant species – pictured here non native New Zealand Flax
Orkney Veterans’ Breakfast Club celebrates its 6th birthday
To help the group celebrate this milestone, the 23 members who attended breakfast were joined by Liam McArthur MSP, and Les Donaldson, Depute Lord Lieutenant
Voter ID: What You Need To Know For Scotland
Information which applies in Scotland about voting in person and postal voting
Scotland’s Tree Oscars 2023
“The awards really are open to anyone with a high-quality project, whether that be a small school nursery or a major forestry business, an expert forester, a community woodland or a farmer.” Jean Nairn, Executive Director of Scotland’s Finest Woods,
SEPA Flood Alert for Orkney
Due to strong winds and large waves there is a risk of spray and wave overtopping of exposed causeways late on Sunday night and early Monday morning.
Active Life & Wellness Open Day At Pickie
This Sunday, 29th of January, the Pickaquoy Centre, Kirkwall is running a free event where you can try out the variety of activities they have to offer.
Mental Health Training Orkney Event: Pioneering Collaboration Between Former Royal Marines & Farmers
The RSABI Mental Health First Aid Awareness Training takes place from 09.30-13.30 on Monday 6th and Tuesday 7th February at The Albert Hotel, Kirkwall. It is free to attend and lunch will be provided.
Crisis in Care Sector: Campaign Launched to Encourage More to Apply
The number of people waiting for a Social Care Assessment in Orkney is 40. And the number of people in Orkney who have been assessed for a care at home package and are still waiting for that service to be provided is 49