A mostly dry and bright day with sunny periods.
The Tak A Stand exhibition by Chloe Wooldrage is on all this week in the Garden buildings car park, Bridge Street, Kirkwall.
More than a third of the Antarctic’s ice shelf area could be at risk of collapsing into the sea if global temperatures reach 4°C above pre-industrial levels, new research has shown.
Shocking figures have revealed that between 630,000-890,000 voters are no longer registered to vote in Scotland.
The lake-bed sediments of Gale Crater on Mars from NASA’s Curiosity rover (credit: NASA/JPL, California Institute of Technology)
It will be a mainly dry, bright day with some good spells of sunshine and the odd wintry shower.
Radiotherapy and chemotherapy for brain cancer during a global pandemic my journey continues.
“The Flotta terminal has a working life left of less than a decade, but it could have an innovative future as for example a Green hydrogen hub, and we’d be delighted if that scenario transpires.”
“An “Ocean Tricorder” – like the science-fiction tricorder of the Star Trek universe that can quickly assess properties of interest in real-time – would allow us to record all lifeforms in a specific part of an ocean at the push of a button.”
The excavation at the Iron Age site at The Cairns, South Ronaldsay, is the subject of the next talk hosted by the Orkney Archaeology Society.