We’d been here many times before, at all times of year, but, on this Sunday in mid-June, we timed it just right for seeing the bird-life of the cliff-face opposite
“Culture in all its forms highlights what we have in common and helps us to celebrate our differences.”
Here is a short compilation of the highlights of the day.
The responses collected will be used to help to develop the Bill that may go forward.
By Alec Ross I’m just back from the Highland Show. I don’t know how or who decides these things, but after the attempted Union Jack rebrand of black pudding and whisky last […]
Saturday Open Event on the Pharos. The ship looked great in the sunlight, silhouetted by a Blue Orkney Skyline The Orkney News boarded and were welcomed by the crew, they were polite, […]
On 23rd of June, 1314 Robert I, King of Scots, killed Henry de Bohun at the commencement of the Battle of Bannockburn.
“Rather than imposing an Edinburgh-based solution on the whole, through the bill we have ensured that communities can make their own choices in that regard.”
HMS Tern also known as Royal Naval Air Station Twatt was a massive airfield constructed within months of the outbreak of War in 1939.
“This is a step in the right direction – a Bill that is strong enough to transform Scotland’s climate commitments into ambitious action.”