Firstly it’s important to state – loud and clear – that self governance for Orkney is for those living in Orkney to decide and to do this democratically at the ballot box.
Yesterday we had a wonderful walk along a couple of beaches in Orkney with friends and their dogs who were here on a visit from Skye.
An overall total of 16 people are now confirmed with a test of being/ having been infected by Covid19 in Orkney.
It has been known for some time that although the official cases in Orkney had remained low, up until now, it was understood that the virus was present in the community.
“I am delighted that this effort across the country has now been recognised by John Swinney during his Parliamentary address today.”
“We need people who have ambition for the county and can commit time to this group.”
“some more information about Orkney’s involvement in slave-worked sugar plantations in the West Indies.”
Two of Orkney’s best known local wildlife rescuers Mark Herridge and Ross Flett have set up a new Facebook group dedicated to rescue.
Findings of the Energy Inquiry from the Economey, Energy and Fair work Committee at Holyrood.
Orkney’s share of 2018-2019 £9.7 million total is £1,042,993.65