22nd March 2019
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Woman, 82, turned away from hospital, Robinson warns of future tightening of purse strings and final mass meeting before Up-Helly-A’

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• An 82 year-old woman who was sent home from the Gilbert Bain Hospital without treatment for a fracture.

• Gary Robinson warns that SIC could face long-term cutbacks in government funding.

• Final mass meetings for the guizers before Up-Helly-A’.

• Loganair chief executive Stewart Adams is et to step down in April.

• Pupils who are looked after by separated parents will be entitled to transport from only one address.

• Coverage of the Althing debate which debated the motion ‘The charitable trust cuts are not charitable’.

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