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Development chair wanted more industry response
SIC in top up tap talks
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SIC officials raise education issues with government chief
Recycling picks up steam but isles still lag below average
SIC presses deputy first minister on ferry funding
IJB told to plan ahead
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SIC to review committees
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Auditors put question mark over savings target
Warning over local government pay talks
Folk encouraged to stand in community council elections
Airport waiting room for patients on the horizon
Loganair suffers drop in passenger numbers
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Value of charitable trust reserves tops £300m
Extra money for mental health staff
More concern health board won’t break even at year end
Residents raise concerns over North Road flats
Partnership plan a ‘platform for innovation’
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No plain sailing for Mossy Hill wind farm
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Big events get big approval
Council to spend extra on recycling facility
Councillors welcome bids for Tall Ships and Island Games
SIC could take on graduates
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SIC may need to think ‘out of the box’ to encourage people to work in isles
Council adopts new five-year financial plan
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SIC refreshes investment strategy
Nursery praised by inspectors
Ferry timetable changes rejected by union
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Financial challenges laid out by council
Assault numbers down
More paramedics sign up
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