Business / Renewed call for Norröna to return to islesA FRESH call has been made for the Norröna ferry to stop off in Shetland again on its routes connecting Denmark with Faroe and Iceland.
Business / New tourism strategy aims to boost visitor experienceA NEW tourism strategy for Shetland for the next five years is set to be launched at the end of the month.
Business / CAP reform review welcomed but ‘does not go far enough’A REVIEW that promises fairer funding for farmers throughout the UK following Brexit has been welcomed, but claims have been made that the reforms do not go far enough.
Business / More support for aquaculture trainingA NEW post has been created locally to support the isles’ aquaculture industry when it comes to receiving training in areas like health and safety.
Business / Value of isles salmon reaches record highTHE VALUE of salmon produced in Shetland last year rose to over £215 million, according to new figures.
Business / Research aims to break new ground at the fishingTHIRTY one million pounds sounds like an awful lot of money to spend on a fishing boat, but when you see the new Research, you could not say that money has been squandered.
Business / Work to begin on upgrading decommissioning site next yearCONSTRUCTION work on expanding the decommissioning facilities at Dales Voe in Lerwick is expected to start next year after plans for the project were given the green light.
Business / Newbuild Research arrives in WhalsayTHE COMMUNITY of Whalsay has been welcoming its second brand-new state-of-the-art pelagic trawler in as many months.
Business / Cafe highly commendedA CUNNINGSBURGH cafe and shop was highly commended at last week’s Highlands and Islands Food and Drink Awards.
Business / Poor SEPA rating for local salmon farms
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