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Planning permission a step too far for Eshaness handrails
Marine / Work on new Scalloway fish market scheduled for December finish
Council / Councillors to receive update on Knab progress
Education / New halls of residence given good feedback from inspectors
Energy / Campaign group lodges objections against Viking compounds
Couple hope to turn historic Unst house into self-catering accommodation
Promote Shetland - Shetland Pride of Place
Energy / Unst Community Council shows support for proposed Yell wind farm
Marine / Plans in for Fetlar salmon farm
Marine / Muckle Roe salmon farm plans remain on back burner
Scalloway housing plans overcome objections to get green light
Energy / Planners seek legal advice on Viking ground investigations
Lerwick to get piece of cake fridge action
Shetland Charitable Trust - Grant Funding 20/21 - 11 Dec 2019
More vehicle charging points proposed for town
Energy / Second turbine planned for outskirts of Lerwick
Health / Day surgery upgrade moves step closer
Seven new houses planned for Catfirth
Health board has lowest sickness absence rate in Scotland
Council / New children’s home gets planning approvalResidential facility ‘much-needed’
General Election - 12 December 2019
Amenity trust writes off massive Hay’s Dock debt
Council / Planning approval for Lerwick Premier Inn hotel
Blackadder steps down as trustee after three decades
Council / Service redesign ’driven by continued reduction in funding’
Community / Eight projects to vie for town centre funding
Education / Remote teaching ‘enhancing choice’, committee told
Council / SIC to write to government over TV licence plans
Energy / Wind farm benefit fund needs ‘reset’, Robinson says
Education / Seven recruited to merged college board
Environment / Students’ green team praised after award win
Transport / Bus app could increase revenue, councillor suggests
Transport / No room for Mossbank bus to be reinstated on public network
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