Not requiring downloads or purchase, these games are a convenient and low-cost way to pass a few hours.From basic text-based adventures to Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games (MMORPGs) that boast impressive 3D graphics, there's a wide variety to choose from.Saints are familiar opponents to Orkney, having won the BT National League Division 3 title last term — beating Orkney twice on route to the league crown — and will […] Police in Orkney are today reminding folk in Orkney of the dangers of derelict buildings, after an abandoned dwelling house in South Ronaldsay was vandalised.According to police, the abandoned building, near Burwick Pier, was entered sometime between Saturday, August 19, and the following Monday, with damage done to the dwelling itself and outbuildings.Police […] The trading standards team at Orkney Islands Council is warning folk in the county to watch out for bogus emails, appearing to be from local organisations.According to the council, scam emails appearing to be from the Picky Centre and Visit Scotland have been sent out within the past week.The emails claim that the […] Orkney Islands Council is encouraging more folk in Orkney to turn their food waste into garden compost, with the launch of a new initiative.
Health professionals are reminding parents of the benefits of […] Orkney Rugby Club’s First XV 2017/18 season is set to get under way this Saturday, with a BT National League Cup clash against Dumfries Saints.
The facility is for adults who are over 18 only with first-time applicants and children unable to apply online.
The Department of Foreign Affairs said the service will be "convenient, secure and it will offer faster and more predictable turnaround times".
Unless overturned by the Supreme Court today, the ruling means that Europhile MPs and peers will get the chance to vote against triggering Article 50 in Parliament.
The Supreme Court is set to deliver its verdict at 9.30am today (Tuesday January 24).