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Ferry timetable changes rejected by union
Financial challenges laid out by council
Assault numbers down
More paramedics sign up
High-tech fire engines set for September
Bars unsure if responsible drinking cards would work
CAB - Support for EU citizens applying for settled status
More discussion on overprovision of booze
SIC seeks to buy SLAP from trust
Whalsay ferry petition handed over to SIC
Health board explains licence objection
Private full council meeting
SIC says no to Travelodge partnership
Shop to increase alcohol hours despite NHS concerns
Amenity trust graduate to explore cruise ship market and World Heritage site application
Consultation underway on smaller wind farm
Councillor has world vision
Amenity trust appointments
Roll-out of kerbside recycling scheme ‘on schedule’
Bus and ferry changes given green light
Bus and ferry timetable changes to cost £47k
Petition for cheaper supermarket shopping
Islands deal could create over 600 jobs
Three pupils caught with knives in last 18 months
More time needed on overprovision decision
Concern over number of off-licences in town
Brevik housing welcomed by community council
Timetable changes afoot
SIC not keen on visitor tax
MSP’s college maintenance concerns downplayed
Call for clarity on fixed links
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