In this week’s The Orcadian
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On the front page — the Scottish Government finally levels with Orkney. The county is to remain in Level Three until at least May 17, but questions still remain over a short notice lockdown survey conducted by the Government.
Inside, the newspaper takes a look back at a royal visit to remember as Orkney commemorates the Duke of Edinburgh.
Also in this week’s newspaper:
- Vaccine venue hire costs over £5k
- Orkney v Shetland in fundraiser showdown
- Kirkwall BID “not consulted” on car park price hike
- Highland Park goes gold with 50-year batch
- Future of fuel poverty charity thrown into uncertainty
- School Place “shake up” scepticism shunned
- Holm woman hails life-changing canine companion
- Property — St Ninian’s Church goes green
- Stromness — New arts centre to nurture Orkney talent
- Marine Scene — Surfing the web to safeguard the seas
- Gaan Oot — Young poet shares hopes for a brighter future
- Farming — “Outstanding” overwintering success
- Sport — Orkney gymnasts gear up to compete with visiting coach
- Election — Orkney candidates share their views on transport
- Take a Peedie Break with this week’s crossword, comic strip and other puzzles
- Have a gander at news from the past in From Our Archives
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