“It is our aim to make Scotland the destination of choice for those who have previously served in the Armed Forces”
Planning for Stromness is about to take another step forward with the publication later this month of the Local Place Plan.
Applications are welcome from writers, comic makers, poets, illustrators, storytellers, playwrights and spoken word artists.
Currently the limit is 26 – that will not longer exist by Autumn 2020.
ASL provides storage solutions to local businesses and a depot for its Orkney-based customers who make large purchases from the mainland.
The long awaited Bews Report on the future funding of agriculture has been published. It recommends an extra €60 million (£51.4m) over the next two years for farmers.
Funding can be used to support research, skills training, studio work, exhibitions and mentoring.
£160million due to Scottish Farmers is now to be paid.
The funding which comes from Inspiring Scotland and the Scottish Government is to support initiatives in workplaces and the community.
Any award requires match funding however “applications can cover 70% or 80% of the total project costs depending on location.”