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Council / Worries that national care service plans would ‘diminish’ empowerment sought for isles
Council / Decision on space centre launch site plan not expected any time soon
Council / Further concern over number of vacancies in council
Council / Broad welcome for possible improvements to Levenwick road
Council / SIC investments rise in value by more than £100mA warning was made, however, that the value of reserves fluctuate and need to be viewed long-term
Community / Council extends opening hours of town centre public toilets
Council / Proposals for Levenwick road upgrade to get first airing in front of councillors
Coronavirus / SIC keen to hear from businesses about Covid support
Council / ‘We need people to stand’ – folk encouraged to start thinking about putting themselves forward for 2022 SIC election
Transport / New fixed links group holds ‘extremely constructive’ first meeting
Coronavirus / SIC keen to see community events return – but ‘test’ gatherings unlikely to work in Shetland
Council / Early engagement vital on post-Brexit funding schemes, SIC development chief says
Council / Covid pandemic sees councillors’ claims for expenses take significant dipAbsences from meetings were also down as committees went online
Community / Benefits system ‘not fit for purpose’, councillor says in discussion on child poverty
Council / Social care staff receive £500 as ‘thank you’ for efforts during pandemic
Council / Boundary proposals would see isles gain extra councillorThe plan would see Shetland West lose a Councillor but become smaller, and Shetland South and Central gain one each
Council / SIC keen to serve local beef in schools in the future
Climate / Folk urged to respond to council climate change survey
Council / Planning service cutback to continue in bid to tackle backlog
Marine / Skerries linkspan replacement work complete
Council / New islands minister in demand
Council / Work ongoing to ‘counteract’ child poverty, SIC education and families chairman says
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
Community / Prosperity index delivers mixed verdict on Shetland economyIsles ranked second worst for infrastructure – but rated third safest community in UK
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
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