• Cooke Aquaculture Scotland, which has fish farms off Unst, Yell and the Westside, has seen an 11 per cent increase in revenue but with a 17 per cent drop in profits. Cooke Aquaculture Scotland recorded a turnover of £169 million during the calendar year with a profit of £32 million.

  • In a move that will resonate with people in Shetland of various political views, or none, Jamie Halcro Johnston is backing proposals in law that local authorities have the final say on planning decisions.

  • The Shetland Museum and Archives have announced new opening times from Saturday to provide more flexibility to visit over the winter months.

  • The debut album called And Den Dey Made Tae from brothers Ross and Ryan Couper is released on Friday.

  • With the Christmas tree lights added, along with the other festive lights installed, the switch-on will be in time for late night shopping on Thursday.

  • Beatrice Wishart has commented on the statement by the Prospect union that members in air traffic control at Highlands and Islands Airports Limited are to be balloted on industrial action over plans to proceed with the remote control towers project.

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