Yesterday saw NetworQ North’s first meet and greet session in The Kirkwall Town Hall bringing together the LGBTQ+ community and their allies.
John Mowat Secretary of the Orkney Norway Friendship Association explains the reasons for Norway’s Constitution day and Orkney’s celebration of it.
On this day 20th of May 685 the battle of Nechtansmere, in present-day Angus, was fought.
” I am keen to hear from as many people as possible during this consultation so we can continue to build a service that treats everyone with dignity, fairness and respect.”
It occurred to me, that there are a lot of mills on Orkney. Maybe a bit of a niche interest, but …here goes.
The action to address the problems created at the Ring of Brodgar, Orkney by several wet winters and rising visitor numbers has improved the conditions underfoot.
“we have a problem with the greener grass syndrome.”
Launched in Dundee by Police Scotland, Trauma Teddies, are handknitted comforters for children who have experienced an upsetting incident.
The Minister confirmed that he would be introducing a Transport Bill to the Scottish Parliament in June.
The strong links between Orkney and Norway were demonstrated on May 17th as Kirkwall came to a standstill for Norwegian Constitution Day.