A banker who has clocked up more than 11,500 flights over 30 years is celebrating her retirement.
A Viking “drinking hall” that could have been used by a high-ranking chieftain 800 years ago has been unearthed in Orkney, archaeologists say.
A pair of white tailed eagles have produced a chick on a nest in Orkney for only the second time in nearly 150 years.
Each year 170,000-plus visitors travel to the Orkney Islands to experience the dramatic Orcadian landscapes and its wildlife, creativity, ancient past, food, drink and hospitality. They have also enjoyed uncovering the fascinating past of the islands during their visit – and they keep going back. It seems tourists at home and abroad just can’t get enough of this amazing archipelago. If you have not yet been, you could be missing out. So before you organise your trip north, read about the 6 wonders of Orkney...
Whether we like it or not, Brexit and its unknown final outcomes will have some effect on almost all our industries.
He was a boy of 10 when he held the world record for the youngest person to scale Orkney’s Old Man of Hoy.
ORKNEY is the best place to live in the UK, according to a poll.
Nationwide tribute to first Scots female film director Margaret Tait will mark centenary of her birth
SCOTLAND'S first female film director is being celebrated with a major retrospective of her work.
WHAT would make the ideal holiday isle? An oasis awash with epic sandy beaches? Or one swimming with historic sites, cute villages and bountiful wildlife?
A New Zealand-based dog and his handler are set to begin their work on a major wildlife conservation project in Orkney.
AFTER thousands of years, inch by painstaking inch, Scotland’s Valley of the Kings is revealing its secrets.