Am I just being slow today, or is there something missing from this sentence? I'm not making any sense on it.
"He was followed by Thomas Balfour who was Tory, but from 1837 to 1935."
Ghostrider 12:01, 7 September 2009 (MDT)
- Should Referendums have a section in this somewhere? I don't know if there have been any others, but there was the early's 70's Yes/No to the UK joining the EEC (as it was then). I think the fact that the Orkney & Shetland constituency voted "No", while everywhere else unless the Western Isles voted "Yes" is worthly of note somewhere.
- Ghostrider 09:17, 9 November 2009 (MST)
Hurray! We have had over 1,000 views!
GR, I'll have a look around for Referendum results.
JAStewart 10:51, 25 November 2009 (MST)
All the links to members Appointments and Register of Interests seem to be dead, get 404s for all of them. Where have they gone ??
Heimdal 18:04, 24 March 2010 (MDT)
- Its been that way for a bit I think. The SIC site got a redesign, and as far as I can make out ever since then things like the Register of Interests do not have static URLs, you get a different one with each visit, hence the dead links.
- I tried fiddling with it a few months ago, but got nowhere. I don't know if its going to be possible to link direct to things like that while the council site is in its present format. We're needing someone with more than just basic computer knowledge to figure out if there is a work round.
- Ghostrider 18:12, 24 March 2010 (MDT)
I've just noticed that many of the MPs and candidates for the UK elections are listed on their pages like this: "... was the ... candidate for Shetland." This should really be "... was the ... candidate for the Orkney and Shetland Constituency." Might be an idea to have an article for the constituency too containing the relevant material which is in the Politics article. I read somewhere that, not only is it the oldest, there is some sort of law which stops its extent being changed. Is that true?
EM 14:29, 5 May 2010 (MDT)
Hi EM, I'm going to be speaking with Tom Stove at some point soon. He was involved with the SM so hopefully I'll have a better idea about it then.
- Second that comment by EM. There is little or nothing on the Shetland Movement online, and pretty little in books. I'm surprised there isn't an article on them already.--Pett 09:19, 11 November 2011 (MST)
The Politics page appears to have become corrupt during the upgrade. I am looking at this now so that the original page can be restored.