In this week’s The Orcadian
This week’s edition of The Orcadian is now in shops and is available online, here.
Pick up a copy today to collect your second token to be in with a chance of winning an exclusive prize bundle worth over £2,100 from our friends at Highland Park.
All you need to do is collect the token in the December 24 and 31 editions, fill out the form and post it back to us before Monday, January 11.
The lucky winner will receive a bespoke tour for you and three guests (from two households), including a dram of the distillery’s newly-released 40-year-old whisky; a rare bottle of a limited-edition 18-year-old whisky, and a branded winter jacket.
If you missed last week’s token, back copies of The Orcadian can be purchased by contacting our Hatston office.
Onto this week’s newspaper now, and the front page carries the thoughts of two of our leading figures, Orkney Islands Council convener James Stockan and NHS Orkney interim chief executive Michael Dickson.
Both reflect on a year like no other, and hope for a more positive 2021.
Also in this week’s newspaper:
- Northern Isles MP gives his reaction to Brexit trade deal
- Talks to continue in the new year over Orkney schools reopening
- Essential visits only at The Balfour
- The second instalment of a review of the year’s news
- Tak’ in the bells on the airwaves — Radio Orkney to air special Hogmanay request programme
- ‘Hope school bairns’ artwork set to don mv Alfred
- New Orkney whitefish trawler splashes down in Poland
- Fireworks set to mark cancelled Stromness Yule Log event
- A look back on the Ba’ 25 years ago
- Community Crackers
- Blockbuster New Year crossword
- The final Giddy Limit of the year
- Karate youngsters display their talent in championships