He was convicted on Wednesday, 26 April, 2023 and was sentenced at Edinburgh High Court today ,Wednesday, 24 May, 2023.
Getting Ready by Mirran Hall
Preparing horses for a carriage drive
Duncan McLean Steps Down as Chair of Kirkwall BID
“I remain an ardent supporter of BID, and look forward to participating in everything they do – as a shopkeeper rather than an organiser.” – Duncan McLean
A chilling tale with a good dose of comedy for Sanday School: The Curse of MacCabbra Opera House
The pupils of Sanday school are in for scary operatic experience on May 30th with ‘The Curse of MacCabbra Opera House’ from Scottish Opera.
Scapa Flow Museum Shortlisted for Major Award
Orkney’s recently re-opened Scapa Flow Museum has been shortlisted for the Art Fund Museum of the Year 2023 award.
A Not-So Peedie Puffin Makes Appearance
Taking time away from building its nest at Marwick is a slightly larger variety of puffin than Orkney’s birders are used to seeing.
Apply for Orkney’s Covid Recovery Fund For Culture
Local heritage and arts organisations in Orkney are reminded that the council’s Covid Recovery Fund for Culture closes for applications at 5pm on Friday 9 June 2023.
Beauty and the Beast: Giuliana Criscuolo Exhibition
Exhibiting in the windows of the Northlight Gallery, Stromness is work by Giuliana Criscuolo. The exhibition is on till 1st June.
Robert Gordon University Sets Out Its Orkney Strategy
“Building on our activity to-date it is a key moment to consider the aims and objectives of RGU Orkney for the next five years and ensure that our activities closely align with both emerging local priorities and the University’s strategic objectives.”Elsa Cox, RGU Orkney Development Manager
A Time To Remember: Norwegian Constitution Day, Orkney
There are graves in St Olaf’s Cemetery, Kirkwall, of Norwegians who died in World War Two fighting for the independence of Norway which had been invaded by Nazi Germany.