Policy forum to be held on school closures
4 comments, 24/11/2014, by in News

School closures could be put on the back-burner with some councillors easing off from the idea of rushing to reconfigure the school estate.The vice chairman of the education and families committee, George Smith, today called for a policy forum to be held early next year to discuss the future of ... Read more...

Plenty of variety at memorial concert
23/11/2014, by in Headlines, News

From a kazoo to an electric harp and a vibraphone, there was no doubting the variety of music on show in Gulberwick last night.The memorial concert for Michael Coutts and Wilbert Henry, long-standing committee members of the Shetland Folk Festival and fiddle and accordion festivals, was a great ... Read more...

COPE gets a new look
0 comments, 22/11/2014, by in Headlines, News

Social enterprise company COPE has launched its new look at a colourful event in Gremista.About 60 guests were invited to the to event yesterday, with local councillors and Shetland MSP Tavish Scott among those attending.As part of a new chapter for the company, COPE Trees and Shrubs, Shetla... Read more...