A new visitor centre serving a Neolithic tourist attraction on Orkney will be in place for the summer after being backed by the islands council.
Plans to create a new visitor centre serving a neolithic tourist attraction on Orkney have sparked road safety fears from a school.
The chief executive of Historic Environment Scotland (HES) is to travel to Orkney for talks about the future of one of the islands main visitor attractions.
Nicola Sturgeon has said she will be "happy" to encourage new discussions about the future of an Orkney tourist attraction to take place.
A neolithic tourist attraction on Orkney is set to close later this month due to health and safety concerns.