The curry has become a favourite take away meal of choice but it was not always the case.
Retracing John Rae’s Expedition
The team will ski and trek the 650Km across the Boothia Penninsula.
Tory Top Ten: Theresa’s Triumphs
It is now 648 days since Theresa May became the second woman in history to become the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
Stromness Museum’s New Exhibitions: ‘Makers’ – then and now
“The first exhibition I had a look at, is entitled ‘Artefacts and Inspirations from The Ness of Brodgar’.”
Last Few Days to Catch “Art to Like”
It will be closing at 4pm on Wednesday 25th April.
Genetic Link to Depression
“This study identifies genes that potentially increase our risk of depression”
Poetry Corner: Election Ballad (Fragment)
On this day. April 22nd in 1908, Sir Henry Campbell–Bannerman, Scottish politician and Liberal Prime Minister from 1905-08, died.
A Considered Approach for the Terminally Ill Claiming Social Security
“I am also grateful to everyone else involved for their very considered approach to this complex issue”
Scotland’s Social Security System Takes Shape
‘Social security is a human right’
“Spring is Nature’s way of saying ‘Let’s party'” (Robin Williams)
“Spring drew on…and a greenness grew over those brown beds”