A poem of Mary Queen of Scots life.
As the tourism sector begins to open up after months of lockdown The Orkney News looks at some holiday ideas.
The use and meaning of maps was the subject of a fascinating online talk from Chris Fleet of the National Library of Scotland.
For the month of August 2020, the Tsukure Hub on Ayr High Street will be given over to a space and science fiction exhibition organised by
On 24th of May 1153 Malcolm IV was crowned King of Scots.
There have been 3,213 deaths in Scotland (as of 10th of May) where Covid19 has been mentioned as either the main or contributing cause on the death certificate.
The delegates are discussing what kind of Scotland we would like to have.
Saturday saw the biggest March to take to the streets of Edinburgh, The Orkney News was there too.
The Stone of Destiny currently exhibited in Edinburgh Castle, is an ancient symbol of Scotland’s nationhood and used for centuries in the inauguration of its kings.
On the Boris Johnston is elected into the highest office in the land, I came across this poem by Paul Colvin