As the Sovcomflot owned oil tanker NS Champion continues on its journey to Flotta Orkney, ordinary folk feel helpless in what they can do. In not a good way Orkney is making the national news.
The largest demonstration Orkney has possibly seen in decades took place today, 26th of February when ordinary Orcadians came out to show their solidarity with the people of Ukraine.
“I have unfinished business to deal with, and in particular the need to bring about more transparency to its electorate and to attempt to eradicate the clique mentality that has dogged the council for years.”
Concerns had been raised locally about the potential closure of the guest house, which accommodates those from the isles who may be receiving hospital treatment or their relatives.
” My main goal is to tackle the climate issues and energy prices that affect us. “
as this public health crisis continues into its third year Orkney is set to welcome a possible 207 cruise ships with the first one due to arrive, MS Gann, on 24th of March.
“We need more energy-efficient homes, an increased supply of innovative, sustainable, and carbon-neutral housing that stimulates our local economy.” Maia Brodie
“There’s no reason why the Scapa Flow MSPA should prevent important sustainable development in the Flow” Councillor John Ross Scott
“does Orkney matter sufficiently for people to attend an on-line meeting with that title?”
Standing in Steve’s stead in the East Mainland, South Ronaldsay and Burray Ward will be Eric Page.