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The long-established Shetland salmon sales company Framgord has gone out of business after being caught up in what has been described as one of Scotland’s
Chevron has been given permission by the UK government to drill the Cambo-5 oil well in deep water west of Shetland.
The Freefield Centre is set to be saved and improved by the voluntary sector to provide a wider range of services in Lerwick for the
The future of Shetland’s network of 52 public halls is in doubt after councillors refused grants today to replace the leaky roofs at Sullom and
Shetland Arts has been attacked for appearing to drop Peerie Willie Johnson’s name from the guitar festival staged in his honour. Adverts for the eighth…
Shetland Islands Council convener Malcolm Bell will represent the local authority on a three-strong panel to select eight independent trustees for Shetland Charitable Trust.
Parents in the South Mainland are concerned that the proposed closure of Sandwick Junior High School may already be a “done deal” nearly three years
Organisations are “lining up” to use the new council-owned fibre optic link to free themselves from the unpopular and unreliable BT microwave link from the
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