Orkney Judo sent 5 under 14 years judoka to their first ever Judo competition.
“Dr. Ragnhild Ljosland of the UHI Archaeology Institute is gathering together Orkney stories”
“It was a pleasure to meet with Cats Protection and discuss their priorities for changes to cat welfare protections that could be implemented in Scotland”
Were the bones of soldiers killed at the Battle of Waterloo sold as fertilizer?
On 19th of June 1306 The Battle of Methven took place which saw the defeat of the newly crowned King of Scots, Robert the Bruce.
“We’re counting down to the start of the 2022 excavation at Swandro, we’ll be back on site from the 20th June until the 12th August.”
From Monday 20th of June to 3rd of July on show in the Northlight Gallery Stromness will be an exhibition by Robinson RR : ‘Kafka in Orkney and Other Stories’
“It’s been delightful to be back and we’ve had more participants than in previous years”
In a debate on motion S6M-03064, in the name of Christine Grahame, on “Men Don’t Talk” the work of Men’s Sheds all across Scotland was highlighted.
Orkney now has the highest rates of infection in Scotland.