“We’re delighted that the Orkney and Shetland ferries will be the first in the country, and possibly the world, to have a Changing Places toilet.”
The improvements are the next step in work which has been ongoing at the Cathedral since the 1990s.
“62% of OIC non-teaching staff work part time, 82% of these part time workers are women.”
To celebrate both Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day Unison’s Sally George led a talk on Equal Pay for Women and The Gender Pay Gap.
The meeting at the St Magnus Centre, Kirkwall is on from 6pm and is open to all.
As part of the events to celebrate International Women’s Day, The Orkney News’ short Animation ‘A Gude Cause Maks A Strong Erm’ will be showing at the Phoenix Cinema, Pickaquoy Centre, Kirkwall.
“I would hope that, some day, people will actually be chosen by ability only. “
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