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Community / Contract to boost connectivity in north of Scotland signed after legal delayShetland MSP Beatrice Wishart calls for speedy implementation, as ‘people deserve a realistic timescale’
Council / Better connectivity could already be in place if isles had more financial power, convener believes
Council / SIC to map out steps to deliver high speed broadband to all
Community / Voucher scheme launched to help connect to superfast broadband
Council / SIC considering going it alone to bring superfast broadband to allLeader Steven Coutts describes government’s ‘failure to deliver’ as ‘unacceptable’
Council / SIC chief stresses need for ‘world class’ connectivity as staff work from home
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Community / Isles’ enterprise and innovation during lockdown hailed – but better broadband would helpShetland is the worst place in the UK for working from home when it comes to average internet speed, a new study claims
Community / High speed broadband for all delayed until at least 2023The delay leaves communities in limbo according to the Conservatives
Politics / MSP welcomes progress of superfast broadband project
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Politics / Digital minister reiterates commitment to broadband programme but admits timescale is ‘challenging’
Council / Fibre broadband edges closer for Yell and Unst
Election / Lib Dems say broadband provision is a ‘scandal’
Council / Fibre broadband for North Isles moving closer
Broadband speeds continue to lagShetland and Orkney are among the slowest local authority areas in the UK, according to new research.
Carmichael warning on broadband as Openreach connects Gaet-a-Gott
News on North Isles broadband bid soon
Faroe keen to bring high speed 5G to isles
Community / Minister keen to prioritise rural areas for broadbandTHE SCOTTISH Government says it will take an “outside-in” approach to rolling out superfast broadband access the country – meaning that rural areas could be the first to benefit.
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