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We're sorry, but Shetland News isn't fully functional with. Head over to the update for instructions on updating your browser for more security, improved speed and the best overall experience on this site. We use cookies on our site to improve your experience. News Most Recent 23 July Things looking up for tour and excursion sector as larger cruise liners prepare to visit. Green MSP visits local salmon farm as part of fact-finding tour. Change in isolation guidance welcomed by council, Loganair and NHS.

Ten new Covid cases confirmed. Self-isolation rules to change in bid to protect essential services. Ollaberry headteacher post proving difficult to fill. Small rise in home school s but no link to Covid anxiety, education chief says. Interest registered in offshore wind site east of Shetland. Pair fined after assault. Coastguard helicopter left on uninhabited island after crew detect technical issue.

Arrest after car smashes into garden wall. Graffiti defaces properties in Lerwick including Town Hall. Series six of crime drama expected to be broadcast this year. Thirteen new Covid cases. NorthLink boat involved in capsized catamaran rescue. Police send out clear message on racist abuse.

Remanded in custody on road traffic charges. First local sighting of beluga whale in nearly 25 years. Prison sentence for man who mocked shop worker's disability. Ten new Covid cases recorded. Tug workers heading towards becoming full SIC employees.

MP calls on fishing industry to get in touch with concern over Brexit impact. Wishart re-elected as Lib Dems hold Shetland seat. Whale and dolphin spotters wanted for citizen science project. Wildlife sanctuary comes to the rescue of Roger the otter cub. World War II shell destroyed by bomb team after being found in back garden.

Isles could move to level two at the end of April. End of the road for old Eric Gray centre. Rocket picked by Lockheed Martin for Unst launches as space project takes step forward. Shetland - a changing landscape. Voe ice breaker video. Letters 17 July Squandered opportunity. Cut the energy waste before building new wind farms. Expensive gesture towards addressing climate change. Fishermen and tax-paying workers will lose.

Yell musings. A new approach to drugs use. A lesson from Switzerland? A cautionary tale for Greenies. Let's not close our eyes to what's happening. Unst spaceport will bring 'biggest transformation' to isles since arrival of oil and gas. Racism takes many forms. Fuel poverty facts speak for themselves. There has never been a time when people need a holiday more. Wait a few weeks'. Autonomy debate returns to Shetland. Uncertain future as isles are turned into an industrialised landscape.

Exploring what makes us who we are. Innovative theatre at a time curtains are still down and doors closed. The magic of storytelling. Couper brothers bring much needed feel-good factor. RANT left audience dazzled with two sets of highly sophisticated tunes. A night of wonderful and original jazz.

Panto as it should be: silly, bawdy, loud, heart-warming, and unbelievably daft. Defiant dignity in the face of oppression. The Crucible — another theatrical triumph for Islesburgh Drama Group. Stark and unconventional images of Shetland in the midst of the oil boom. All Features 7 June Fair Isle Times - keeping the remote community and beyond informed since Moira Ramage.

From Brighton to Brae for rock musician who enjoyed chart success in 90s. Getting a glimpse into filming of new crime drama series. Sean Robertson. Alan Reid. Peter Tait. Douglas Ross. Emma Roddick. Beatrice Wishart. Ariane Burgess. Robert Stephenson. Sandra Skinner. Rhoda Grant. Nick Tulloch. Geordie Jacobson — a man who amasses many things. Barbara Fraser — the year-old crofter with a brand new quad. Anita aims to make it three in a row with next fundraising challenge.

Putting Northmavine on the map. No place like home for far-travelled White. Living the dream: Clive the 'music man' looks back 40 years after opening first record shop. Goodbye to Jane: Moncrieff bows out from local radio. Woodstock 50 years on: An experience beyond belief. Eamonn Watt: Drum tutor by day, Virtual Conductor by night. Vacancies 23 July Sales Assistant. Service Manager. Bus Drivers.

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