Shetland unites for graduation Students and prizewinners were honored for their academic achievements and dedication today (Wednesday 14 August) when Shetland College UHI and NAFC Marine Centre UHI, part of
Polycrub enables fruit and vegetables to be grown undercover in extreme climates. It was developed by Nortenergy, a social enterprise set up by the Northmavine Community Development Company operating in
Source: http://news.hie.co.uk/all-news/shetland-family-business-targets-new-global-markets/ Jamieson’s Spinning operates the islands’ only commercial woollen mill and employs 15 people in the small village of Sandness on the west side of the mainland. The company
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