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Council / Over 700 tonnes of clinical waste burned by SIC
Council / Household recycling rate up again
Council / Knab masterplan wows councillors
Council / Council holds string of meetings prior to budget debate
Council / Council tax and rents rise to offset measly Holyrood settlementShetland well below Scottish average in settlement
Whalsay ferry service disrupted after Hendra bursts pipe
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Planning committee tasked to consider Viking’s turbine increase applicationCouncil is a consultee on wind farm variation
Council / Residential unit hopes raised after committee
Transport / Ferry cash talks continue but no breakthrough
Police to keep close eye on roads up northConcerns have been raised again about the speed limit in Urafirth and Hillswick.
Nature / Funding package in place for wildlife sanctuary upgrade
White House vandalised againGraffiti was written on the council headquarters in November.
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Council / Education chief in tune with call for free music tuitionCouncillor George Smith said ‘ideally we’d not like to have any charges at all’.
Council / Streetlight upgrades underway
Politics / Councillors bite back at government funding offerSouth mainland member Allison Duncan likened the terms of the settlement to ‘political blackmail’.
Council / ‘Backbench’ councillor concerned over number of meetings
SIC welcomes review of electoral ward boundariesThe move is part of the recently established Islands Act.
Council / Clinical waste from Scottish health boards burned by council
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Council / Nothing planned for old Eric Gray building yet
Politics / SIC leader ‘extremely concerned’ by draft budget
Council / No deal Brexit warning from councillor
Council / New strategy wants isles to become most active community in the country
Council / Emotions run high as new Eric Gray centre prepares to openThe long-awaited launch of the facility at Seafield will mark the end of a process spanning over a decade.
Council / New children’s home back on the agendaThe council says there remains a shortfall in residential spaces in Shetland.
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Education / Childcare expansion timescales in the spotlight
Business / Baltasound bar beckons for Unst
Education / College merger given green light
Council / Fish market funding bid failure ‘very disappointing’
Council / Gas plant income on the rise
Transport / Ageing population could be a reason for reduction in bus incomeConcerns have also been expressed over the town service bus in Lerwick.
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