“Where issues emerge it is important to understand what went wrong and how this can be rectified.” Professor Taylor
“Our NHS staff in Orkney have shown incredible dedication and commitment to our health service in the past two years and beyond. “
“As NHS Scotland continues to deal with the challenges of COVID-19 this is a great example of innovation and dedication to the delivery of care.”
Now that cruise ships have once again been visiting Orkney and ports around the UK what happens when there are positive Covid cases on board?
Orcadians will be taking the knee again today, Wednesday 24th of June at 6pm with their doorstep campaign in support of Black Lives Matter.
Sheku was stopped by police and was held face down on the ground within 46 seconds of the arrival of the first two officers. During the restraint, officers used CS spray, batons, leg and ankle restraints and handcuffs.
“We will be making the case for facilities to be made available within the Highlands and Islands.”
“Women offenders need to be accommodated closer to home to allow loved ones, particularly children, to visit easily and to encourage rehabilitation back into society.”
“Many alternatives to custodial sentences are managed by Criminal Justice Social Workers, employed by local councils.”
“The Transport Bill reflects a period of significant public consultation and engagement.”