WOMAN, 26, MOVES TO TINY SCOTTISH ISLAND - AND HOLDS DOWN NINE JOBS BECAUSE THERE'S NO-ONE ELSE TO TAKE THEM

By Hannah McFadyen A woman who was fed up of her retail job has swapped life in a capital city for a tiny Scottish island - but now has to hold down NINE jobs because there's no-one else to do them. Sarah Moore, 26, quit her job selling clothes at Next in Edinburgh after becoming fed up of city life, and moved to North Ronaldsay, in the Orkneys - which has a population of just 45 and average age of 65. And as the youngest person living on the island, she soon found herself with no fewer than nine different jobs to hold down - carrying out duties as everything from a firefighter to a shepherdess.