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Business / Up Helly Aa food and drink market to return
Business / Business as usual as new owners take charge of Brae fish and chip shop
Business / Airline suffers £5.2m loss as oil and gas passenger numbers fall
Business / Glass bottles are clear way ahead for dairy
Business / Tourism industry and council oppose visitor tax
Business / Ninian pick of the bunch in Christmas window competition
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Business / Town hotel owner holds talks with other operators as it looks to go ‘budget’
Business / Brevik developer seeks new hotel operator after Premier Inn drops interest
Business / Knitwear company wins court appeal over refusal of street trading licence
Business / Sauerkraut entrepreneur scoops national award
Business / Closure of Smiths of Lerwick marks ‘end of an era’
Business / Tourists could be taxed, if isles want it
Business / Business as usual at Toll Clock after shopping centre is sold
Business / Treat in store for coffee fans
Business / Booze licence request submitted for Premier Inn hotel
Business / From Flint’s to flats as Lerwick pub set to be turned into accommodation
Business / Crofters delighted as funding finally comes through
Business / Commercial Street shortlisted for national award
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Business / Living Lerwick urges shoppers to Think Local First
Business / HIE loan not repaid as company goes into liquidation
Business / Sella Ness camp owner wants appeal costs covered by SIC amid accusations of ‘unreasonable behaviour’
Business / Pierhead for sale is sign of the times
Business / Construction company ceases trading
Business / Hoteliers and community groups maintain objections to Sella Ness camp
Business / If you want to eat local fish look for the sticker
Business / First minister’s residence now stocked with soap company products
Business / Award-winning chippy Frankie’s up for sale
Business / Space centre launches a step nearer with new partnership
Business / Reduced government subsidy behind proposed post office move, says Freefield ownerBrian Smith adds that the Freefield Post Office loses around £6,000 a year as financial package ‘just isn’t enough to cover the costs’
Updated Lerwick post office closure proposal triggers angry response
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