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News round-up / Bokor-Ingram promoted to interim chief executive, Donald Trump politics, Da Voar Redd Up dates, archaeology lecture
News round-up / Extra funding for NHS Shetland, new regional NFU advisor, fuel poverty bill and call for Viking public inquiry
Health / NHS chief ‘disappointed’ by compensation pay outs
Transport / Government cash to get islanders on the e-bike
News round-up / First cruise liner of the season, tourism development officer appointed, new mental health resource, Make Tax Digital seminar
Health / Roberts to move back to NHS Borders
Health / Parkinson’s care shortcomings highlighted in report
People wanted to shape the future for health and social care
Health service finances look safe for the year, but ‘change needed’
Health / No guarantees on patient care post Brexit
Health / Minister praises NHS in Shetland but makes no funding commitment
News round-up / Rhea shortlisted for national award and NHS Shetland annual review
Showcase / Walk da Rock Step Count Challenge – get your year off to a flying start!
Recruitment crisis leads to hospital bed reduction
Health / Flea urges men to take the dangers of prostate cancer seriously
Politics / Draft budget ‘lacks detail’ on what will be coming isles’ wayTough funding climate set to continue for health board
NHS issues advice for looking after yourself over the holidaysPeople are advised to learn GP surgery opening times
Health / Funding granted for day surgery refurbishment
Health / Health board to use funding to support victims of sexual crimes
Health / Keri awarded Queen’s Nurse title
News round-up / Fundraising efforts, a hat-trick of awards and new gritters named
Local eye injection programme for AMD ‘still on track’Treatment in Lerwick could save money and patient distress
Thousands of appointments lost due to patients not turning upOVER 2,800 hospital and specialist appointments were lost in Shetland last year due to patients not turning up.
Children’s teeth in good shapeSHETLAND has the second lowest incidence of dental decay in primary one children in Scotland, according to new figures.
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