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Airport Staff Shortages Could Reduce Flying Hours This Summer

St Mary’s Airport could be forced to reduce flying hours this summer because of staffing problems. One of their air traffic controllers leaves…

St Mary’s Quay Funding In Place Says Cornwall’s Transport Officer

St Mary’s Quay Funding In Place Says Cornwall’s Transport Officer

  Work should start on extending St Mary’s Quay in October. There have been ongoing delays with the scheme, but Cornwall Council, who…

Committee Discusses Options For Sallyport Property After Receiving No Bids

Committee Discusses Options For Sallyport Property After Receiving No Bids

Councillors have been asked to review the sale of a Council-owned property at 6 Sallyport, after no buyers were found. The house, last…

Chairman Criticises Officers For Not Presenting Reports

Chairman Criticises Officers For Not Presenting Reports

The Chairman of the Council has criticised officers for not being present when their reports are being presented. In Tuesday’s Policy and Resources…

Islands’ Churches Come Together To Celebrate Easter

Islands’ Churches Come Together To Celebrate Easter

It’s Maundy Thursday, the day when Christians remember Jesus sharing the last supper with his disciples. And this year, Anglicans and Roman Catholics…

Council Chairman Backs Yellow Lines To Control Hugh Town Traffic

Council Chairman Backs Yellow Lines To Control Hugh Town Traffic

Councillors yesterday rejected a proposal to restrict parking on Hugh Street. Chaiman of the General Purposes Committee, Steve Sims had wanted to add…

Councillors Asked To Rubberstamp Restructuring That’s Already Underway

Councillors Asked To Rubberstamp Restructuring That’s Already Underway

Councillors have rubber-stamped the creation of five new senior officer roles. It follows the decision in February to reverse the changes made last…

MCA U-Turn Over Costly Boatmen Medical Testing

MCA U-Turn Over Costly Boatmen Medical Testing

The Maritime and Coastguard Agency says they will alter their procedures for boatmen’s medical exams following islanders’ concerns. Their change of heart could…

Scilly Folk Festival Starts This Evening

Scilly Folk Festival Starts This Evening

The 6th Scilly Folk Festival starts this evening with an open session at the Bishop and Wolf pub. As always, the event coincides…

Paddle Power Gets Bride To Her Wedding On Time

Paddle Power Gets Bride To Her Wedding On Time

A bride made her own way to her wedding on St Mary’s yesterday, using paddle power. Gemma Rawlings is an outdoor pursuits instructor…


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Airport Staff Shortages Could Reduce Flying Hours This Summer

St Mary’s Airport could be forced to reduce flying hours this summer because of staffing problems. One of their air traffic controllers leaves this week and the Council…

St Mary’s Quay Funding In Place Says Cornwall’s Transport Officer

St Mary’s Quay Funding In Place Says Cornwall’s Transport Officer

  Work should start on extending St Mary’s Quay in October. There have been ongoing delays with the scheme, but Cornwall Council, who are now entirely responsible for…

Islands’ Churches Come Together To Celebrate Easter

Islands’ Churches Come Together To Celebrate Easter

It’s Maundy Thursday, the day when Christians remember Jesus sharing the last supper with his disciples. And this year, Anglicans and Roman Catholics on the islands will hold…

Paddle Power Gets Bride To Her Wedding On Time

Paddle Power Gets Bride To Her Wedding On Time

A bride made her own way to her wedding on St Mary’s yesterday, using paddle power. Gemma Rawlings is an outdoor pursuits instructor who lives near Caernarvon. She…