Letters / Response to Whalsay fixed links paper
Letters / Community benefits?
Letters / Smug about systematic oppression?
Letters / Brexit day of action
Letters / Invest Smyril funds in new MRI scanner
Letters / Sharing is caring
Letters / Ridicule pole?
Letters / What’s more economic – tunnels or ferries?
Letters / What’s the point of the planning committee?
Letters / Open letter to councillors from Sustainable Shetland
Letters / Does the government already provide fair ferry funding?
Letters / Unauthorised absence?
Letters / Campaigning against his own act?
Letters / Bleak landscape for tourism
Letters / Appalling lack of foresight
Letters / Campaigning to kill Brexit
Letters / ‘I hasten to apologise’
Letters / What on earth are they afraid of?
Letters / A UNESCO designation too many
Letters / Tackling climate change: ‘it’s not news – and there’s no money in it’
Letters / Carmichael one of the Brexit saboteurs
Letters / Is the word ‘bonstable’ still in use?
Letters / College lecturers demand basic pay rise
Letters / Much to gain
Letters / Can you help to shed light on an old saying?
Letters / Peppercorn rents
Letters / The wind farm’s impact on tourism
Letters / Relocate Shetland College to the town centreMany readers will think since I tend to mention the subject of a relocation for the Shetland College quite a bit in the course of a year and that I should just let it pass.
Letters / The dangers of wrecking BrexitI write in response to your article Brexit survey triggers calls for people’s referendum (SN, 6/11/2018).
Letters / The case for fixed linksFor more than a decade members of the Whalsay community have been promoting a way for the SIC to cut the Shetland Islands Council’s production of carbon and save millions of pounds of public finance in the process.