This Saturday sees the opening of an exhibition telling the stories of Orkney men who fought in World War 1.
Orkney’s status as a Fairtrade Zone has been secured for another two years.
Orkney will stage a gathering of academics and students from worldwide this summer.
There will be no refuse collections on the May Day Holiday, Monday 4 May 2015. Chinglebraes Waste Transfer Station, Bossack Landfill Site and all the Recycling Centres will be closed.
The fees charged by Orkney Islands Council for a wide range of services have been listed together for the first time.
Postal voting packs for the UK Parliamentary Election will start arriving through Orkney letterboxes from today (Monday April 20).
The team appointed by Orkney Islands Council to come up with designs for potential improvements to the Broad Street area of Kirkwall will be holding a public drop-in event next weekend.
Orkney Islands Council’s Marine Services team assisted with not one, but two STS transfers this weekend in Scapa Flow.
Feedback to a public survey will help shape the way Orkney Islands Council provides services in future.
People who are yet to register to vote have just a week to meet the registration deadline for the UK Parliamentary Election.
Second year pupils at Stromness Academy heard today (Monday April 13) the first-hand account of a Holocaust survivor.
Orkney Health and Care’s adult social work team have set up a new staffed help desk service.
The trading standards team at Orkney Islands Council is warning people to be aware of a scam involving fraudulent calls claiming to be from a bank.
A community event next week will give people the chance to help shape plans for future regeneration and economic development opportunities in St Margaret’s Hope.
A project to record every last detail of Orkney’s iconic St Magnus Cathedral is set to begin later this year.
Poll cards will be arriving through Orkney letterboxes this weekend for all those eligible to vote at the forthcoming UK Parliamentary General Election on May 7.
The works of four artists brought together by the wonders of Westray will be on show from this Saturday (April 4) at the Orkney Museum Tankerness House, Kirkwall.
New public litter bins purchased by Orkney Islands Council could see the authority make major time and financial savings.
An archaeological site in Orkney described by BBC TV presenter Neil Oliver as the “world’s most spectacular Neolithic dig, the most significant archaeological discovery of my lifetime,” will be showcased in the islands this summer.