A teacher and keen artist from Orkney, has left a £930,000 legacy to the University of the Highlands and Islands to benefit higher education in Orkney.
Thursday 26 March 2020 in the Community Room and Hall at the North Walls Centre, Lyness, KW16 3NX from 14.00 to 17.00 and again from 19.00 to 21.00
“My belief is that whatever your time is destined to be, your time will be; but whatever you can do to improve that quality of life is essential.”
The figures for positive tests continue to rise in Scotland with 6 people now testing positive in Shetland.
The Orkney Business Festival on this week heard from 3 successful social enterprises in the islands.
Over the last ten years, on a per person basis, Scotland has delivered more affordable homes than other UK countries
People keen to have a dachshund as a pet dog after seeing one take the top spot at Crufts on 8th of March, are being advised of the serious health problems this breed can suffer from.
Today, 11th of March, the first case of Coronavirus – COVID-19 – transmitted within the community has been recorded in Scotland.
Researchers at the University of Aberdeen have found a new way to repair injured spinal nerves.
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