• Theft reported from Lerwick address
• Several items taken
• Police believe vehicle may have been used
• Shetland MSYPs Kaylee Mouat and Kelvin Anderson are preparing to debate campaign issues for the year ahead.
• Meeting of the UK Youth Parliament scheduled to take place at the House of Commons in London.
• Pair have already taken part in workshop and debates regarding concerns over social media.
• The winner of this year’s Rhoda Bulter dialect award has been announced as Highlands resident Lauraine Peterson.
• Prize is recognition of a short story on the theme of ‘Boannie Blue’, one of Bulter’s well known poems.
• Competition is judged by the Bulter family who present the prize in memory of their mother.
• Type 23 frigate comes to the isles for refuelling.
• Crew of 150 onboard the 3,500 tonne vessel.
• Visit follows that of sister ship HMS Somerset this summer.
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