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Council / SIC secures Toft Pier funding
Energy / Councillors recommended to approve Mossy Hill wind farm plans
Water tap proposed for Burns Walk
Education / Councillor’s concern over road safety at lunchtime
Community / More housing proposed for Staney Hill
Business / Sella Ness camp owner responds to local concerns
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Arts / Grayson Perry vases to head north
Education / School league tables ‘fundamentally flawed’
Discussions ongoing over Hay’s Dock coffee shop
Sandwick housing gets green light despite concerns
Council / Sorting shed progress
Health / GP recruitment hub providing ‘very encouraging’ results
Promote Shetland - Monthly Prize Draw
Transport / Cost of cabins concerns councillors
Transport / Ferry boss talks passenger behaviourA recent documentary about the NorthLink Ferries trip north sparked a discussion about on-board incidents.
Council / SIC suffers second largest funding cut in Scotland, report highlights
Energy / SIC leader welcomes Ofgem support for subsea cable
Council / Over 700 tonnes of clinical waste burned by SIC
Health / Hospital beds to reopen
Council / Household recycling rate up again
Health / Health and social care partnership plans for the future
Council / Flea frustrated at lengthy reading list
Council / No overprovision of off-licences in town for now, board decides
Council / Extra hour on hop nightThe Brae Hall wanted more time to allow patrons to leave.
Features / Life after charitable trust funding
Six-flat development given go-ahead
Council / Education chief in tune with call for free music tuitionCouncillor George Smith said ‘ideally we’d not like to have any charges at all’.
Council / Streetlight upgrades underway
Politics / Councillors bite back at government funding offerSouth mainland member Allison Duncan likened the terms of the settlement to ‘political blackmail’.
Council / ‘Backbench’ councillor concerned over number of meetings
Online gambling a ‘hidden’ problemGambling policy was discussed at a meeting of Shetland’s licensing board.
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