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Council / Talks continuing after union postpones tug worker industrial action
Council / Freshly prepared school food helps council bag award
Council / Councillors reassured over progress after audit finds areas of improvement
Council / Warnings to be issued over late licensing fee payments
Council / Council pauses routine house repairs
Council / Tug workers’ contracts ‘discriminatory’, claims Unite branch chairman
Environment / Loch warning made over plans for new house near Clickimin Broch
Council / Linkspan work completed at Vidlin ferry terminal
Council / ‘I wasn’t voted as a member to bow to royalty’ – councillor sticks to guns over Prince Philip silence criticism
Transport / Road closed to traffic due to collapsed drain
Council / SIC on hand to help during gull nesting season
Education / No plans to remove ice cream and custard from local school menus following Aberdeenshire decision
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Education / Covid mitigations ‘so important’ in return to school, union says
Education / Council confident college merger will be in ready to go by start of August
Transport / SIC to examine if new £4.8bn fund could pay for replacement Fair Isle ferry
Community / Pandemic has made poverty a ‘bigger issue for more people’
Council / Councillors add to concern over how community’s views on wind farm working hours were dealt with
Community / SIC aims to deliver ‘summer of play’ activities for bairns
Community / Town hall flag flown at half mast for ex-councillor Willie Tait
Health / Health officials keen to sell Shetland more in bid to recruit staffInitial talks have already been held with Promote Shetland
Council / Islands deal not the place for fixed links or digital connectivity funding, SIC leader says
Council / Not upgrading energy recovery plant could result in ‘catastrophic failure’ of facility
Updated SIC leader keen for clarity on timetable for easing restrictionsMSP urges Wheelhouse to release details on the lifting of Covid restrictions for the islands
Council / No reason to halt Viking Energy construction work, council report on petition saysCouncillor Moraig Lyall, however, said there were ‘glaring gaps’ in report
Council / New Cullivoe road gets green light
Election / Election planning an ‘additional pressure’ on council workload
Council / Another unsustainable draw on reserves expected but finances are ‘moving in the right direction’
Council / New £5m Cullivoe road nears final approval
Council / SIC keen to get to bottom of concerns over cars’ suitability for winter weatherInfrastructure director John Smith says the safety of staff is “critically important”
Community / Reassurances given over burial ground concerns
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