Five enterprising Orkney women are the driving force behind the Hope Cohousing Project and have already established a limited company to take their plans forward.
“62% of OIC non-teaching staff work part time, 82% of these part time workers are women.”
Free sanitary products are to be made available in a range of public buildings in Orkney from next month.
“Self-reliance Is the Fine Road to Independence.” Mary Ann Shadd Cary
The next session is on Tuesday 26th March at 7.30pm at the Lifestyles Area at the Pickaquoy Centre, Kirkwall.
“I’ll never know what made him snap”
Scotland’s Fire and Rescue Service is keen to diversify its workforce and encourage new recruits from all walks of life.
“The Orkney Dragons are a great example of the inclusiveness that women’s sport should be all about”
Overweight Mothers-to-be and a Shortage of Staff puts Additional Pressures on Scotland’s Midwifery Service
Last year 51% of pregnant women were overweight or obese
Was Up Helly Aa history made in Shetland?