The Green Heat Innovation Support Programme is backed with £17.6million of funding from the Scottish Government. The idea is to research and develop new and green heating solutions.
As part of Book Week Scotland, you can hear about Vikings, Pirates, and Shipwrecked Princesses, on 16th of November from 7pm hosted by Orkney College.
The highest levels of food insecurity were among single parents and single adults under the age of 65.
There will be an opportunity to share your views in person on 28th of November at the Albert Hotel, Kirkwall. The event runs from 7 to 9pm.
Dr Pal Schmitt, an expert in marine renewable energy working collaboratively with experts in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Computer Science at Queen’s, has been accurately recreating waves using the supercomputer.
Two groundbreaking projects aim to transform the lives of adopted children and young people in Scotland.
Orkney’s Aidan Moodie and Marcus Cordock are set to make history this winter, when they perform as part of Mànran at the world’s biggest ever ceilidh taking place at The Ovo Hydro, Glasgow on Saturday 17th December 2022.
“As world leaders gather once again to negotiate the future of humanity, thousands of people are marching to demand solutions to the climate crisis that put people and the planet first.” Mary Church, Friends of the Earth Scotland
There are to be 4 information and public consultations in Orkney about the proposed offshore windfarm west of Orkney: 2 in Kirkwall, 1 in Stromness and 1 in Hoy.
The overall picture of diet in Scotland remains very poor. That’s the results of The Scottish Health Survey 2021 (SHeS) with fibre intake among the worst of the survey results.