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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.
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.
News on North Isles broadband bid soon
Education / Concerns from union as council approves college merger
Education / College merger could save millions
Tie your bins downCollections on Wednesday could be reviewed throughout the day.
White House vandalisedGraffiti was written on the wall of the council headquarters.
Student hostel plans fall flatHNP Engineers moved out of the site two years ago.
Planners to return to 8 North NessThe council headquarters was evacuated in 2016.
Environment / Farm plastic could be sent to incinerator
News round-up / Fundraising efforts, a hat-trick of awards and new gritters named
Money talks as councillors take part in budget seminars
Faroe keen to bring high speed 5G to isles
Community / Keys to new Eric Gray handed overThe building will provide specialist support for adults.
Call for full Yell ferry service on MondaysThere are currently eight fewer sailings to allow for maintenance and training.
SLAP reshuffleThe council took over the property company last month.
Turbine would cut school’s electricity billsAROUND £10,000 a year could be saved on electricity as Shetland Islands Council looks into installing a wind turbine at Baltasound Junior High School in Unst.
Business / Economic strategy approved by SICSHETLAND Islands Council has given the green light to implementing a refreshed economic development strategy which aims to see 250 new private sector jobs created in the isles over the next four years.
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