“I strongly believe that our local elected representatives cannot fail to support our case when the budget is presented by the Scottish Government.”
NHS Orkney met its four hour waiting time target during the first week of November – with 95.7% being seen, admitted or discharged within four hours,
Kathleen Leith nee Leask was born at 6 Graham Place in 1928. Her childhood stories paint a colourful picture of Stromness.
Empowering local communities is a catchy phrase but how can it be accomplished?
It’s not my future but it belongs young folk like the skills award finalists, and it falls on them to decide what that future looks like
Saturday 18th November in the Kirkwall Town Hall. The doors open at 10am.
“due to enthusiastic coverage by both local and national broadcasters.”
In the past five years, the Scottish public sector has spent around £4 billion on IT, with more than £856 million spent on procuring IT in 2015/16 alone.
The British Liver Trust believes that this decision has implications far beyond Scotland.
Book Launch: Saturday 2nd December and Sunday 3rd December. 12.49 to 4.17 p.m. Harray Potter, Fursbreck Pottery, Harray. 01856 771 419