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Researching the Islands Plan & Benefits to Our Communities
A fully funded 4 year PhD student placement is on offer to interested candidates to get in on groundbreaking work to look at how island communities are affected by national policies.
Agreement Reached for Shetland Towage Workers
A 15-year long dispute with Shetland Islands Council (SIC) over a Long Service Award payments has been resolved.
Shetland Towage Workers On Course For Overtime Ban
Around 40 towage workers employed by Shetland Islands Council (SIC) are set to begin an overtime ban on 5 July
Sullom Voe Overtime Ban By Towage Workers Draws Nearer
“We are hoping that common sense prevails and the Council give our members what they are owed, which is the same as their fellow workers.”
Workers Set to take Strike Action at Sullom Voe Terminal, Shetland
Industrial action is planned for the middle of May, which could result in a significant shock to oil processing and supplies.
‘A Pandora’s Box of Unnecessary Risks’ HIAL’s Remote Towers Project
“we have the worst connectivity in the UK by far so how does HIAL mean to overcome this? I personally have not been convinced that safety aspects reliant on digital connectivity in particular can be met.”