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The animal washed up in Orkney is only the fifth to be found in the islands since 1920.
Archive 2007-02-01 2007
More Gregorian chant events in Orkney are in the pipeline.
Chant in Scotland 2009
Much had changed, Muir observed, since he grew up in Orkney in a world where there still existed anonymous folk poetry in daily use: poetry that was the living property of all.
Thea, on the Brough of Birsay, a tidal island in Orkney which was home first to a Pictish settlement and later to a Norse one, there are the remains of some quite impressive plumbing arrangements for bathing.
The project will be sited in Orkney and use four of the wave machines with a combined output of 3MW.
Real ale fans in Orkney will take authenticity to its furthest extreme today by supping “stone-age” beer flavoured with dung.
Peter Maxwell Davies has a music festival on Orkney, which is not far, so I would try to make some kind of alliance with him.
"The purchase also includes an opera house" Lisa Hirsch 2009
The first fullscale pre-production prototype has been built and is being tested at the European Marine Energy Centre in Orkney.
Liam MacArthur is the lucky Lib Dem candidate who gets to fill Jim Wallace's shoes in Orkney.
Highlands and Islands Region Jeff 2007
The remains, held together in plastic bags and covered in blankets, barely covered a quarter of the stretchers on which they were being carried by rescuers at the mine, outside Orkney, which is 150 kilometres (94 miles) south west of Johannesburg.