28th September 2016
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Austerity underspend and a Fair Isle double whammy

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• The SIC must keep its belt tight despite huge forecast underspends in its ‘on target’ austerity budgets.

• A six year-old boy made an exciting find on a Yell beach at the weekend.

• Read our two good-news stories for Fair Isle.

• A man is behind bars after he terrified staff and customers at a hair salon.

• Lerwick Community Council has had bright ideas about broch lights.

• Councillors are united in demanding the emergency tug must be retained.

• Angela Nunn is preparing for a life away from the Salvation Army.

• More jobs will soon be going at Scatsta Airport.

• Two pieces of Shetland’s education jigsaw have been praised in the town hall.

• Also, see our full coverage of Bressay and Cullivoe Up-Helly-A’s – as well as an unusual fire festival that took place in the town.

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