A sustainable and responsible fishing industry is what it is all about at Orkney Fisheries Association.
If we are no longer sending our recyclates to China what is happening to the ones we put in our green wheelie bins in Orkney?
Sea bed surveys have been conducted on Mainland’s west coast by Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN).
At 8.30pm this Saturday 24th March people are taking part in Earth Hour where it will be lights out for an hour
“I was not happy at the time: not happy with my job; more to the point, not happy with myself.”
“Our ‘best’ tree, is a Birch, which is about 10 years old, and is just a bit taller than me – I’m 5ft 1”
Professor Kate Sang is a Professor of Gender and Employment Studies and a Disability Co-ordinator at Heriot Watt University.
Two community projects in Orkney are benefitting from the Scottish Government’s Climate Challenge Fund.
This year World Social Work Day, Tuesday March 20th, highlights ‘Promoting Community and Environmental Sustainability’
Orkney Trout Fishing Association was ‘deeply concerned at the scale and location of this development