NHS inform’s updated MSK pages included self-management advice for the ankle, back, calf, elbow, foot, hip, knee, neck, shoulder, thigh, as well as the wrist, hand and fingers
#Covid & #Flu Weekly Update 2nd March 2023
There were on average 715 patients in hospital with COVID-19
Orkney Travel Matters: Share Your Views
What would you like to see happening to improve the opportunities for all to get out and be more active?
Future Ferries: It’s Not Plain Sailing
Scotland has a complex mix of ferry provision. No other country has such a system. Is our current method of ferry provision the most suitable for our needs and what can we learn from other countries?
Do You Know Anyone In This Picture?
Ian Cooper would love to know the names of any folk on this photograph of the South School pupils & staff, believed to have been taken in the 1920s.
Regenerative Farming “it doesn’t have to be all or nothing”
“any system can improve with small tweaks.”
HMS Pheasant On This Day
On the 1st of March 1917, HMS Pheasant struck a mine just off Rora Head, Hoy, Orkney.
Increasing Numbers Claiming Scottish Child Payment, Check if you are Eligible
“We want to make sure that everyone gets the help available to them. Parents or carers who are on universal credit, tax credits or other benefits and who have children under 16 should check through Social Security Scotland if they are eligible.” Shona Robison
Great Turnout at February Veterans’ Breakfast
Thirty two veterans and their partners turned up for the February Breakfast meet up on Saturday 25th February at The Standing Stones Hotel, Stenness.
Great News For Ambitious Project In Shapinsay
An area of land on Shapinsay, Orkney is set to be developed into a community hub, following a grant of £92,510 from the Scottish Land Fund.