From Monday 29 June, non-emergency repairs and improvement work will begin again, with a range of safety measures put in place.
A programme of activities to support young people who have left school this summer has been launched .
NHS Orkney commenced testing for Covid19 on April 20th 2020.
“The dead cannot cry out for justice, but it is the duty of the living to do so for them. “
Heavy thundery showers are likely to develop during Friday, continuing overnight into Saturday.
Outdoor play areas will be able to open in Orkney from Thursday 2nd of July.
‘Sharing content online and thinking of the website as an exhibition space in itself is one way of keeping our ‘doors open.’
As of the 21st of June 2020 there had been a total of 4,119 deaths in Scotland where Covid19 was mentioned on the death registration.
“We regret that we will no longer be in a position to provide childcare for the children of Key Workers from all three Key Worker categories – although we will do this if space allows.”
“The inclusion of young people in local decision making is working well elsewhere and makes councils more accountable to those they represent, many of whom are ignored or excluded.”