Across Orkney people of all ages took part in a Black Lives Matter event organised by the campaigning group Orkney Resists.
“It is a disgraceful way to treat a workforce that have worked at Sullom Voe for many years, to discard them with no care or thought as to how they will survive.”
All proposed industrial action is now suspended until after the ballot result.
Members of Unite the union at Sullom Voe Terminal, Shetland have voted for strike action by 94%.
The exhibition will open on Saturday 29 February at the Shetland Museum and Archives, running until Sunday 17 May and is free to enter.
A major research project is to get underway investigating trade links in early modern Europe.
“Strike action is now on the table and a real prospect.”
93 % of workers who are members of Unite the Union voted to reject Enquests’ proposed changes to terms and conditions
They are encouraging their members to step forward for not just the Scottish Parliamentary elections but for a UK General Election too.
“it is essential for the integrity of the Parliament that suitable scrutiny of any legislation takes place. “