The new marker stone and display board for the Dounby – Finstown section of the St Magnus Way was dedicated at a short ceremony on Saturday 15th of June by Councillor Rachael King and Rev John Butterfield.
it builds on the strength of the NHS in Scotland and allows researchers to study geographical risk factors in detail.
“The reality is that the latest approach by Aberdeen Airport does not significantly take us forward in any way.”
Artist Samantha Clark’s design has been converted into a thirty-metre long mural by LUSTALUX Ltd, who provide high quality wall and window graphics.
North Ronaldsay, Orkney’s most northerly island community, is seeking applicants for a unique role overseeing care and repair work on a historic stone dyke that plays a vital part in the management of a unique local breed of ancient seaweed eating sheep.
“The Road Safety Framework Fund for 2019 supports potentially high impact and novel ideas which can help improve road safety”
One of the key outcomes is the establishment of a Citizens’ Assembly
Pics of the delivery of the new bike shed for Stromness Nursery.
“This Bill will deliver a fairer disclosure regime that protects our most vulnerable, is simpler for employers and less invasive for the majority of users.”
This initiative offers a residential opportunity, from 12th August – 23rd August 2019, for young people aged 16 to 25 from all over the world .