The Council is urging local people and businesses to take part in an important Scottish Government consultation this summer.
A plan that will guide development activity in the Pentland Firth and Orkney waters has been shortlisted for a prestigious award.
North Ronaldsay celebrated the opening of their brand new airport building today, 20 July.
Orkney Islands Council is now accepting applications from local artists and craft makers who want to develop new projects or further their practice.
Orkney Islands Council is looking for public views on the county’s sports and pitches facilities.
Orkney Islands Council is reminding local business owners of their responsibilities in terms of recycling and waste disposal.
Orkney Islands Council has welcomed the announcement that the UK Government will continue to fund an Emergency Towing Vessel (ETV) stationed in the Northern Isles.
The costs of community learning classes are to be increased from 1 August.
Weather permitting, Orkney Islands Council will be carrying out surface dressing and road marking operations next week.
Local businesses are being asked to complete a survey on the types of skills they want future employees to have.
Orkney Islands Council’s Customer Services team has received top marks from the public for their polite and friendly welcome.
High-level talks have been held with the UK Government aimed at ensuring long term benefits for Orkney from renewable energy.
Public bins across Orkney will now carry the message that when it comes to dog poo – any bin will do.
A new project by the Kirkwall Townscape Heritage Initiative (KTHI) is aiming to breathe new life into some of Kirkwall’s social spaces.