“SEPA is clear that our job is to make sure environmental standards protect the water environment for the people of Scotland – and we make sure that all industries meet those. ” Peter Pollard, SEPA’s Head of Ecology
Ofgem’s newly calculated price cap will be announced today, 26th August to take effect from 1st of October to 31st of December 2022.
After Orcadia, an exhibition of images and poetry by photographer Rebecca Marr and writer Mark Edmonds opens at Northlight Gallery, Stromness on Friday 02 September.
Orkney continues to have one of the poorest records for support delivered by Mental Health Officers in Scotland.
This free event will be held in the Arena of the Pickaquoy Centre on Thursday 15 September 2022, from 9.30am-6pm, and will be open to school pupils, parents and guardians, teachers and the general public.
a Red Kite – seen flying over Whitehall Village by David Askew on 11th August – the 5th record for Stronsay.
“Although we do not have an offer today UNISON will continue to work with the Deputy First Minister and COSLA to find a way forward towards a solution that benefits all our members.” Johanna Baxter, UNISON head of local government
This puts Orkney again at the top of the table for the rate of Covid cases for14 – 20 August
The UK Government’s Free Trade Deal with New Zealand will seriously damage Scotland’s world renowned farming sector, Scottish Government Ministers have warned.
The housing crisis hitting the Highlands and Islands of Scotland is affecting countless numbers of people. Some of those are our military veterans.