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Global collaboration vital for growth of marine energy

INCREASED connectivity and collaboration between the world’s wave and tidal power test sites is vital to ensure resources are used strategically and to help boost the development of international markets. That was the key message from delegates attending a major…

International marine energy experts head for Orkney

FINAL preparations are underway for a major international ocean energy conference, set to take place in Orkney next week. The two-day Global Ocean Energy symposium - part of a programme of events aimed at celebrating the tenth anniversary of the…

Orkney to host major global ocean energy event

A MAJOR international ocean energy conference is set to take place in Orkney next month, with wave and tidal test experts from around the world travelling to the islands to see first hand the pioneering work carried out by the…

&Local – Strutt & Parker

The team at Sunday has created this fantastic looking suite of local property and lifestyle highlights publications for Strutt & Parker's offices around the UK. I provided content for nine of these brochures, as listed below. http://www.struttandparker.com/media/628430/-edinburgh-reduced.pdf http://www.struttandparker.com/media/628424/-banbury-reduced.pdf http://www.struttandparker.com/media/628446/-harrogate-reduced.pdf http://www.struttandparker.com/media/628449/-highlands-reduced.pdf http://www.struttandparker.com/media/632489/-northumberland-reduced.pdf…

Orkney Brewery’s Dark Island Reserve scoops up top national award

Orkney Brewery’s Dark Island Reserve ale has scooped up a prestigious national food and drink honour. The world famous 10 per cent speciality brew came out top in the Drinks – Alcoholic and Non-Alcoholic category of the Scotland Food and…

Orkney Brewery in running for national food and drink award

Orkney Brewery’s Dark Island Reserve is in the running for a prestigious national food and drink honour. The world famous 10 per cent speciality ale has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Drinks – Alcoholic and Non-Alcoholic category of…

Orkney tapestry gallery weaves new chapter with expansion

A family run tapestry studio and gallery in Orkney is set to reopen next week after a major expansion. The Hoxa Tapestry Gallery in South Ronaldsay showcases the work of renowned Orcadian tapestry artist Leila Thomson. A graduate of Edinburgh…

Host of awards for Orkney Brewery at national beer event

The Orkney Brewery has scooped a host of awards, including a prestigious business development accolade, at a major national beer competition. The brewery’s 5.0 per cent Wayfarer IPA took Bronze in the Champion Strong Bitters category of the recent Society…

Schoolhouse origins of Orkney Brewery celebrated with new beer

The educational origins of the Orkney Brewery have been commemorated with a special new beer, christened 1878. The 5.5 per cent brew, made with malted rye and USA hops, takes its name from the date the Quoyloo School – now…

Orkney Norseman sails into Shetland for Up Helly Aa

Revellers at this year’s Up Helly Aa Viking fire festival in Shetland will be toasting their traditional longship burning ceremony with a new ale specially crafted by the Orkney Brewery for its northern neighbours. Norseman Pale Ale has been created…

Major expansion underway at Orkney crab processing plant

A major £400,000 expansion is underway at the Orkney Fishermen’s Society (OFS) crab processing plant – already the UK’s largest - as the business moves to meet a growing demand for its products from leading supermarket chains. Six new jobs…

New joint venture for iconic Orkney brands

A new and exclusive variety of Orkney Fudge, flavoured with 12-year-old malt whisky from the islands’ iconic Highland Park Distillery, has just been launched. The whisky fudge is expected to become a much sought after addition to the popular Orkney Fudge range,…