Four Fraserburgh men have been warned to stay away from the isles after admitting assault charges at the Thule Bar in Lerwick.
SIC political leader Gary Robinson yesterday hailed a budget announcement that the UK government will stump up £10 million to patch up Shetland’s historic housing debt.
About 150 to 200 homes were still without power in the North Isles this morning after yesterday’s high winds. Police inspector Eddie Graham said engineers were working hard to get the majority of homes up and running today. Care centres at Nordalea and Isleshavn were operating on generators yesterday and Nordalea has now been restored […]
Veteran Scottish singers Barbara Dickson and Rab Noakes will appear at Mareel in June next year at a concert presented by Shetland Arts.
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Four boys from Shetland Gymnastics Club attended the National Scottish Gymnastics men’s artistic floor and vault championships on Sunday. Read more...
Every district used to have its primary school and pupils walked there, maybe a mile or two. They were not expected to attend in extreme weather. Read more...
Lerwick Harbour’s third new quay in 21 months been brought into immediate use owing to the high level of activity at the port. Read more...
Elsi Arrub and her intrepid skipper Andrew Halcrow have crossed the tropic of Cancer and were about 20 degrees north, mid-way between the Canaries and Cape Verde, today. Read more...
A miscellany of historical tales, family stories, fiction and poetry. View More
A beautiful collection of scenes from around Shetland in a calendar. With space to write your appointments. View More
For over a thousand years Shetlanders used boats like we use cars and vans today. View More
A collection of 21 stunning projects designed by members of the Shetland Guild of Spinners, Knitters, Weavers and Dyers. View More
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