Mental health workshops for young people
Workshops for over 1400 secondary school pupils will take place this month and next, aimed at supporting their mental health and wellbeing.
Food businesses reminded of new allergen labelling laws
Shetland Islands Council’s Environmental Health Team is reminding local food businesses to plan ahead to include full details on labels for prepacked foods.
Don’t lose your voice - check your voter registration details are up to date
With Council elections taking place in Shetland in May 2022, it’s important for people to check that their electoral registration details are up to date.
Operational note – Shetland Library closed due to staff absences
Shetland Library is closed for browsing today, but the Learning Centre is still open for public computer use.
Clear out your cupboards and help a young person
Have you got household and kitchen items hiding away in cupboards you’d like to get rid of? Shetland Islands Council’s Throughcare & Aftercare Service will be more than happy to find them a new home
Statement – COVID-19 outbreak
Due to the outbreak of COVID-19 at Scalloway Primary School, and in line with national guidelines, ‘warn and inform’ letters have been issued to all parents and staff.
Aith JHS pupils hand over all-terrain wheelchair
Pupils at Aith Junior High School have today handed over an all-terrain wheelchair to owners of local woodland Michaelswood near Aith.
Community Council By-Elections
With the by-election process now underway, a call has been made for folk to stand for their community council.
Unique opportunity to live and work in Fair Isle
The UK’s most remote primary school is looking for a new Head Teacher.
Return to school and early learning and childcare settings
Children’s Services will welcome staff and pupils back into Shetland schools and early learning and childcare settings next week after the summer holidays.