The way people are being cared for in Scotland is changing and Orkney faces many challenges in response to this in the years ahead.
Many people in Orkney who are on zero hours contracts don’t know it. They are unaware of their rights and who to go to if they have a problem
This is just another example of centralisation by Hysterical Scotland
Local MSP Maree Todd has expressed serious concerns about what may happen to the fishing industry during the UK’s negotiations to leave the EU
Urgent action is required to improve key aspects of the management of the Crofting Commission
The EU is about to make it much easier for its citizens to access all their digital content.
The importance of the work done by the third sector and support groups for people with MS in Orkney is vital.
Leaving the EU and the CFP means we are entering an era of uncertainty for fishing until we know the deal that the UK secures with the remaining 27 countries of the EU.
Tourism in Orkney employs 1,200 people which is 12% of the local workforce
” It is in times of food shortage like this that we must pull together.”