Plans are developing to mark the centenary of the scuttling of the German High Seas Fleet in Scapa Flow.
Girl power is set to take centre stage in Orkney next month - with an all-female candidate list for the upcoming Scottish Youth Parliament elections in March.
Temporary street closures will be in place in Stromness over the next two days (Thursday 28 February and Friday 1 March) whilst Orkney Islands Council completes flagstone repairs.
Work to reinstate headstones laid flat in Orkney's cemeteries is due to get underway shortly.
Orkney Islands Council has cancelled the meeting where Elected Members would have set the authority’s budget for the financial year ahead.
A contract has been signed for two new tugs for Orkney Islands Council's Marine Services.
Elected Members have recommended that Orkney Islands Council’s budget for the year ahead should take account of the uncertain times the country faces.
Personal licence holders in Orkney are being reminded that they must act now to ensure that they apply to renew their personal licences by 31 May this year - or risk losing them.
Police Scotland and Orkney Islands Council are asking drivers to ‘think bus’ when leaving vehicles in St Margaret’s Hope.
Planning is underway to help a further two families from war-ravaged Syria build new lives in Orkney.
Orkney's biennial Youth Conference got underway at the Kirkwall Town Hall this morning (7 February).
The Council is to identify headstones assessed as unstable in local kirkyards to give families advanced notice that these are scheduled to be laid flat.
The North Isles Landscape Partnership Scheme (NILPS) team is now up to full strength with the appointment of three new staff members.
Orkney Islands Council is providing a further opportunity for the public to view and comment on plans to expand Cursiter Quarry in Firth.
The next stage of street improvements in Kirkwall's town centre will get underway next Wednesday (6 Feb).
Next Saturday (9 February) sees the opening of a new exhibition at the Orkney Museum, Tankerness House, Kirkwall.
A new report has revealed that 70.3% of full-time students successfully completed their studies at Highlands and Islands colleges in the 2017 to 2018 academic year.