Orkney Islands Council is advertising on the Public Contracts Scotland website for a new tug.
Care workers employed by Orkney Island Council are all paid above the real living wage for contracted work.
It is thought that Orkney households use over 12 million cans, foil trays and aerosols per year.
Orkney Islands Council wished to keep ‘the money in Orkney and put it back into the local economy’.
Orkney Greens are continuing to campaign for OIC to stop investing in the arms trade
The Islands Bill and following on from that the National Islands Plan is going to have a significant impact on governance and policy implementation in Orkney.
It was a pleasure to attend the committee meeting at The Orkney Theatre last night
“We will continue working together with our islands’ colleagues to ensure that the Islands Bill works in a tangible manner.”
“the interests of islanders will be reflected in future legislation and policy from the very outset.”
A programme of community archaeology activities and events that will explore the story of St Magnus and medieval Orkney.