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Viewpoint / Referendum debate was uninformed & UK is unprepared for Brexit impact, argue SNP duo
RMT union meeting on nationalising NorthLink routes
Drive to tackle plastic waste gathers momentum
HIAL pressing ahead with control tower plans
Campaign seeks to end single use plastic
Shellfish industry accuses conservation group of ‘smear campaign’ against scallop fishery
Promote Shetland - Shetland Pride of Place
Minister: opposition should back budget if it includes ferries cash
Serco contract extended to October 2019 as Yousaf seeks to take ferry contract in-house
Rape crisis group hails new national forensics standards
Campaign group calls for isles scallops to lose ecological certificate over seabed fears
Health board funding ‘slightly better’ than anticipated
SIC faces another ‘significant’ funding cut
Discover Shetland Heritage and History during Up Helly Aa
Councillors stick by decision not to sit on charitable trust
Tait fuming with ‘absurd’ cut in mackerel quota
Prices will have to rise, says Loganair boss
Cross-party calls for SNP to act on fair ferry funding pledge as Holyrood backs motion
Lerwick Health Centre eases waiting times
Local construction industry will be key to deliver housing
Councillors content with Toft Pier revamp plan
Features / Happy birthday, SIBC – and co-owner Ian admits he hasn’t had a full day off in 30 years
Mixed development of around 300 homes on Staney Hill will be phased over a decade
Orcas make a splash in Lerwick Harbour
Gemma fundraising for Everest charity trek with Posers throwback
Leisure centres and venues keep rates relief
Tory MP makes fresh call for fair ferry funding
Weather alters ferry schedule
Thumbs up for cheaper airfares – but Flybe continues to face questions over flight delays
MP welcomes parts of budget but says economy & public sector pay remain concerns
Professor’s claim that isles have ugly affordable housing rebutted by local industry
Council leader to press Mackay on fair ferry funding
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