Foraging Fortnight, a brand-new festival taking place across five diverse regions of Scotland this autumn, has been announced.
They show the accelerating deterioration of the wartime buildings in Lyness 2017 -2019.
Detective Inspector Maigret, a rather laconic and somewhat stubborn detective is given a challenge.
“a lot of remarkable work is underway to improve how we all respond to the needs of people affected by traumatic experiences.”
“It’s been a complicated business getting them there, as, due to their status as an endangered species, folk can’t just acquire Lemurs and put them on display without special permission – and a good thing too! “
What the Folk?
Midsommar is an intense, insightful and impressively out-there achievement
This is an opinion piece by Cliff Purvis from Veterans For Scottish Independence.
A research project looking at how we react in the UK to climate hazards like flooding and storms is seeking local residents and businesses in Orkney to take part in the study.
Linsey has been recognised for the outstanding work she has been doing and was the runner up for intergenerational coordinator 2019.
Do you think Orkney’s Skatepark could do with a bit of a makeover and perhaps a few improvements? Do you think it could appeal to a wider group of users?