An annual charity fundraiser had another successful year with a grand total of £410.50 raised for Crossroads Orkney.
Orkney Islands Council’s Trading Standards team is advising the public to be aware of a variant to the bogus Microsoft calls from scammers.
Sophie Turner, a Modern Apprentice in stonemasonry at St Magnus Cathedral, has recently been honoured at a ceremony to mark her commitment to the craft.
Children have been enjoying special pre-Christmas visits to the new Evie primary school.
Orkney Islands Council is planning a later start date for work on improvements to the Broad Street area of Kirkwall.
Have you ever wondered what happens to an archaeological item between it being discovered on a dig and it going on display in a museum?
Prizes are on offer as part of a new quiz linked to the current exhibition of model railways and railway memorabilia at the Orkney Museum.
A concrete caisson has been towed to a temporary mooring off the Churchill Barriers ready for final deployment when conditions allow.
Orkney is set to benefit from funding to support the development of the fisheries sector and communities.
Residents and visitors are encouraged to take part in a new online survey that focuses on air services between island communities and the Scottish mainland.
Descendants of those who served at sea in the First World War are invited to take part in commemoration events in Orkney marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Jutland.
A second offshore accommodation vessel is due to spend time in Scapa Flow this winter while maintenance work is carried out.
The Council is currently consulting on two proposed new car park orders - which will include provisions for the use of electric vehicle charging points
Orkney Islands Council is inviting feedback on a draft strategy designed to build on the county’s pioneering role in developing hydrogen–based projects.
This year’s Youth Chamber Debate will take place next Thursday (December 10).
Orkney Islands Council is making a change to its recycling collections.
The first business property to receive Kirkwall Townscape Heritage Initiative (KTHI) support has begun work at 17 Bridge Street in the town.
Orkney is now in full festive swing with a series of tree lighting ceremonies taking place across the county.
Orkney Islands Council's Business Gateway Service is encouraging local businesses to look into the Resource Efficient Scotland loan scheme.
The learning experience at Shapinsay Primary has achieved a rare excellent rating from Education Scotland in a recent inspection report.