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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
More vehicle charging points proposed for town
Energy / Second turbine planned for outskirts of Lerwick
Health / Day surgery upgrade moves step closer
Business Gateway – Connect with your local business advisers
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’
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
Council / Tingwall to remain home of inter-island flights“To some extent Tingwall is this council’s Brexit,” North Mainland councillor says
Business / Knitwear van plans fall foul of licensing policy
Council / SIC looks to enhance ‘internal innovation’
Council / Streaming meetings will give ‘greater access’ to local democracy, SIC chief says
Transport / NorthLink boss defends sleeping pods
Council / Fibre broadband for North Isles moving closer
Transport / Cabin fares ‘abhorrent’, says councillor
Council / Demolition of old Anderson buildings given go-ahead
Council / SIC writes off bad debt
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