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Business / Travelodge renews interest in opening hotel in Lerwick
Business / Hotel discussions ongoing with Premier Inn
Updated Eighty jobs to go at terminalSullom Voe Terminal general manager Craig Lennox said the cuts represent one fifth of EnQuest’s headcount on site
Business / Cashless advocate praises isles after taking experiment north
Business / Knitwear van plans fall foul of licensing policy
Business / Mead company looks to expand
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Business / Space centre team finalising plans
Business / Toft residents hand in petition against net washing plant
Business / Jarlshof car park congestion set to continue
Business / Brevik hotel could create over 20 new jobs
Business / Rocky partnership between amenity trust and chocolate maker
Business / Advice for small businesses on employment
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Business / North mainland accommodation providers renew Sella Ness camp call
Business / Brewery given on sales licence
Business / Energy study to map out capacity of local supply chain
Business / Brevik developers return to hotel plans
Business / From Da Street to ‘Britain’s most sophisticated magazine’ for Shetland Soap Company
Business / Scalloway becomes latest hotel to go on the market
Business / Consultancy company becomes employee-owned
Business / Shetland Food and Drink under new management
Business / Lerwick hotels on the market
Business / Sella Ness camp owner responds to local concerns
Business / Industrial disputes head towards different outcomes
Business / Future secure for Shetland Food and Drink
Business / Baltasound bar beckons for Unst
Business / Hotels could close if accommodation camp stays open, group claimsSella Ness owner says the facility is ‘for the overall benefit of the Shetland economy’.
Business / Sella Ness camp ‘damaging the local economy’The owner of the accommodation block wants to keep the facility open until at least 2026.
Business / Ultra-deep water port report publishedDales Voe in Lerwick is a preferred location for decommissioning.
Business / Two firms awarded decommissioning grantsLerwick Port Authority and Ocean Kinetics have been granted shares in a £2.5 million cash award as part of the third round of a Scottish Government fund.
Business / Forty years and counting for oil at Sullom VoeShetland changed forever exactly 40 years ago this Sunday.
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