The animated story of the Orcadian Woman’s Suffrage Society, won the award in the category of Most Creative/Original and was hand painted, created and directed by Martin Laird.
“All things are subject to interpretation. Whichever interpretation prevails at a given time is a function of power and not truth.” Friedrich Nietzsche
One solution to the problem of over production was to produce hydrogen fuel from the excess electricity generated.
Orkney has seen industries come and industries go. Throughout all of this boom and bust the two sectors which have remained constant are farming and fishing.
“The design of characters and locations were derived from period photos, and stylised to make some reference to the world of 20th century art”
nearly half a million food parcels were distributed in Scotland last year.
A Gude Cause Maks A Strong Erm is a short animated film telling the story of the Orcadian Woman’s Suffrage Society
This famous catch phrase from the 1930 film ‘Another Fine Mess’ pops into my mind on many an occasion and none more so than the daily lies we are subjected to by our elected politicians.
As the prospect of a no deal Brexit , 29th of March, looms ever closer The Orkney News takes another look at fisheries.
For her work in the units in France and Salonika Mary was awarded the Médaille des Epidémies (en vermeil),The Order of St Sava and The Douseaus War Service Victory Medal.