A public consultation drop-in session is due to be held in Hoy early in the new year to update the community on plans for a wind farm on the island.
Council Convener Harvey Johnston visited the Royal Mail’s Kirkwall delivery office today to see first-hand the Christmas post operation and pass on Season’s Greetings to the hardworking staff.
Applications are invited to the Community Transport Grant Scheme for 2019/2020.
Feedback is invited to help update the strategy which guides the way Orkney Islands Council procures work, goods and services.
Under the draft settlement announced by the Scottish Government, the main funding Orkney Islands Council receives to run services would be £ 74.592 million for 2019-2020.
Repaving and street improvement works are due to get underway in the centre of Kirkwall in the new year.
Orkney Islands Council is to press for additional funding for the county’s internal ferry service.
A scheme which has helped eight local athletes with travel costs will open to applications again in the new year.
Orkney Islands Council’s Environmental Health team has picked up ‘Best Performers’ award at a UK-wide event aimed at recognising examples of quality and improved service by local councils.
An event later this week will look at how the lives of people with learning disabilities can be improved in Orkney.
Feedback is invited on plans to increase or bring in new charges for a number of services provided by Orkney Islands Council.
Orkney College UHI is due to welcome a new principal next year.
Seven young people from Orkney will travel to Glasgow this weekend for discussions with young people from Shetland on what they’d like to see included in ‘Islands Deal’ proposals – agreements with Scottish and UK governments about investment in their island communities.
Two additional creative arts opportunities have been announced for the new Balfour Hospital.
A fund aimed at supporting farm diversification projects in Orkney has opened again for a final round of applications.
Orkney Islands Council has secured funding worth £119,000 towards a marine environment project.