Council / Cullivoe road upgrade moves a step closer
Council / Cullivoe road in line for much-needed upgrade‘Moratorium on future development’ in the area due to road condition
Energy / Tidal array could directly power new electric vehicle charger
Transport / Stand-in ferry breaks down on Yell Sound route
Energy / Yell wind farm team confident over export link despite Ofgem hitch
Transport / Yell ferry service to run at reduced capacity as Dagalien undergoes repairsThe Whalsay ferry service was also reduced to a single vessel on Tuesday afternoon following a break down
Energy / Yell wind farm team remain upbeat despite recent Viking setbackThe 29-turbine Energy Isles wind farm, which could cost around £160 million, has the backing of Norwegian energy giant Statkraft
Energy / Norwegian energy giant teams up with Yell wind farm developer
Council / Fibre broadband edges closer for Yell and Unst
Features / Herra hall has new lease of life as UK’s most northerly men’s shed
Community / Development council ‘angry’ as road issue puts project on hold
Transport / Dagalien remains out of service
Transport / Dagalien develops fault
Energy / Yell wind farm team keen to address concerns
Letters / Building tunnels to reduce carbon emissions
Council / Fibre broadband for North Isles moving closer
Community / Removal of pews given go-ahead despite petition
Energy / Local consortium lodges planning application for Yell wind farm
Updated Ferry services suspended after engine room fireA shuttle service using the Fivla across Yell Sound is now in operation
Community / Mid Yell shop and post office could reopen
Community / Hopes to reopen shop in Yell
Court / Man on assault charges remanded
Have your say on future of Sullom Voe harbour area
SIC looks to Yell to kick-start hydrogen economyHeating and transport are two ways in which hydrogen could be used.
News on North Isles broadband bid soon
Plans in for new Cullivoe marina and extended industrial estateThe combined cost of the two projects is around £1 million.
Call for full Yell ferry service on MondaysThere are currently eight fewer sailings to allow for maintenance and training.
Letters / The case for fixed linksFor more than a decade members of the Whalsay community have been promoting a way for the SIC to cut the Shetland Islands Council’s production of carbon and save millions of pounds of public finance in the process.
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