In this week’s The Orcadian
This week’s edition of The Orcadian is now in shops and is available online, here.
Included in this week’s edition is a feature on home improvements, featuring every business you need to make your dreams a reality.
The front page reports on the role of police in Orkney in enforcing current COVID-19 regulations.
Also featured is an NHS Orkney estates manager who has moved to clear the air in the wake of false reports of fines being issued during a “bust up” of a party.
The front page also reports on Orkney Islands Council taking the first steps in utilising investment offered by the Scottish and UK governments as part of the Islands Deal.
Also in this week’s newspaper:
- Research project set to investigate Northern Isles connections to European trade
- Kirkwall sibling volunteers honoured for over six decade service to seafaring community
- Orkney Ferries’ COVID policy under fire
- Hospitality businesses react to ‘”bonkers” alcohol ban
- “Life changing” Stromness home knocked back by planning committee
- Westray housing project gets cash boost
- Kirkwall Business Improvement District (BID) launches new Hallowe’en hunt
- Fundraising for Sandwick voice centre closes in on £140,000 target
- New tugs officially named
- Stromness school pupils produce self-guided trail
- Plea to dog owners after ‘devastating’ lamb attack
- Consultation launched on Faray wind turbine plans
- Ian Scott reflects in his letter from North Ronaldsay
- Albino seal warms hearts in Holyrood
- Liam McArthur named as Liberal Democrat candidate for Scottish elections
- OIC chief exec search continues
- Local caring body urges unpaid carers to reach out for support
- Orkney and Shetland footballers set to do battle for Milne Cup
For all this and much, much more, pick up a copy of today’s edition of The Orcadian.