“This year’s Programme for Government is an important part of our response to the climate emergency”
“Our European visitors are incredibly important to us, so it is important we help them stay as informed as possible before they visit Scotland after Brexit.”
“I’ve felt for some time that Scotland has two parliaments: one which broadly represents its best interests, and one whose raison d’etre is to work against them.”
Five enterprising Orkney women are the driving force behind the Hope Cohousing Project and have already established a limited company to take their plans forward.
A turf cutting ceremony has taken place at Lyness, marking the start of work to restore and improve the Scapa Flow Museum.
Here are some wonderful images by Noel Donaldson of the memorable night.
Veteran’s Breakfast Club 31st August 2019, joined by Chris & Jet walking the coast & islands of the UK.
Tankerness Lane will be closed to vehicles throughout the works, with one-way systems in place at various times on Broad Street and Palace Road – with Victoria Street closed to vehicles for approximately five weeks from 6 January 2020.
“Strolling along the beach, towards the river, we came across a broon roond”
Orkney’s First Scheduled International Air Service