Police say they have received a huge response in reaction to the theft of three wooden panels from Orkney’s famous Italian Chapel.
Police have confirmed the identity of a body recovered off the coast of Orkney as a local man.
Three hand-carved wooden plaques have been stolen from the famous Italian Chapel in Orkney.
Police are hunting fossil rustlers on Orkney who have removed some of the oldest known remains of early life on earth.
Firefighters had to rescue a man from a World War II battery on Orkney.
A former Inverness soldier convicted of killing an Orkney waiter when he was just 15 has lost his bid for freedom.
The sale of meat from wild geese in Orkney will continue this year as part of a pilot to control bird numbers on the islands.
Police are investigating a patient confidentiality breach after hospital notes were found by a member of the public on a pavement in Orkney.
Coastguard and lifeboat crews have completed searches of the Yesnaby area as part of investigations into the disappearance of Michael Ritch. Police inquiries are continuing.
Coastguard and lifeboat crews in Orkney are searching for missing person Michael Ritch. Police have also asked residents to check their sheds and outbuildings.
Orkney police are trying to trace a local man whose car has been found near cliffs on the islands.
The new hospital and healthcare facility is one step closer to being achieved.
A north museum is showcasing neolithic finds from a world famous archeological site.
The Queen said farewell to the Orkney-based royal composer yesterday - as the new Master of the Queen's Music began the unusual role.
Workers fear that their jobs could be at risk if a contract to provide towing services in Orkney is lost by their company.
Three years of digging which has unearthed some 4,000 years worth of artefacts from an Orkney coastline could be washed away in one fell swoop due to the site's precarious location on Rousay.
A Banffshire company wants to bring wartime oil tanks in Orkney back into action as a modern-day fuel distribution base.
Today the Press and Journal revealed you could buy a private Island off the coast of Orkney complete with cottage ruins and 27 acres for pasture and grazing purposes.
One graduate will continue living and working in her beloved Orkney having graduated with a first-class degree in management.
Escaping the rat race is the tempting prospect for the buyer of a £600,000 farm sale deal which includes a private island in Orkney.
An inquiry will be held by NHS Orkney after patient records were found lying on the pavement near Balfour Hospital.
Orkney welcomed the Queen's Baton Relay yesterday as the tour visited a number of the iconic spots on the islands.
A former RAF pilot has rekindled an old love affair by taking a trip on the world's shortest flight on Orkney.
The Queen's Baton Relay will be given a traditionally Orcadian welcome when it arrives tomorrow.
The world's largest Viking replica longship, which lost its mast in strong winds off the coast of Shetland on its maiden voyage overseas, will be forced to continue its journey by engine power, its captain revealed yesterday.
Orkney is preparing for the arrival of no less than three cruise ships to its shores on Saturday.
Two men who have been accused in open court of acting alongside a priest to sexually abuse a schoolgirl more than 50 years ago have denied any knowledge of the allegations.
A priest accused of carrying out a campaign of sexual abuse against two children almost 50 years ago has been acquitted of one of the charges he faced.
The new Kirkwall Grammar School and Papdale Halls of Residence were officially opened by First Minister Alex Salmond yesterday.