The Scottish Household Survey has been published which gives an indication of what people think about living in Scotland. The statistics are for 2017. It’s an indicator of wellbeing and lifestyle which […]
Was Up Helly Aa history made in Shetland?
‘Section 28’was passed and legislated by the UK Government on the 24th of May 1988.
A 5 person delegation from Orkney Islands Council is to visit Norway despite the cuts taking place across services and the rise in the Council Tax.
“The age you become responsible for your actions is fundamental to the criminal justice system and could have a major impact on a young person’s life.”
The Small Grants Scheme has funding available and applications are open until 11th May 2018.
Women in Orkney are being encouraged to take part in a webinar hosted by Engender.
Professor Kate Sang is a Professor of Gender and Employment Studies and a Disability Co-ordinator at Heriot Watt University.
let’s look at the ‘progress’ being made for and by women in Scotland in 2018.
“It is very important that we learn the lessons of how these discriminatory laws impacted on the lives of people so that we don’t repeat the mistakes of the past.