Almost 8,000 people visited the Sumburgh Head Lighthouse for its opening season.
Scottish secretary Alistair Carmichael has said that people in Shetland have the right to “start a conversation” on having more autonomy in event of a heavy Shetland no vote and a narrow Scottish yes win.
Shetland College welcomed a royal visitor this morning when Princess Anne returned to the isles to officially open the new college extension.
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Lerwick Spurs became Shetland senior football champions for the third year in a row on Friday, with victory over Delting meaning they are in an unassailable position in the league. Read more...
Shetland fishermen are urging the EU and Norway to abandon a controversial cod management plan and increase North Sea quotas to help reduce the dumping of healthy fish at sea. Read more...
The work of war photographer Don McCullin will be shown at Shetland Museum and Bonhoga Gallery as part of a programme that will see local artists and musicians create a multi-media account of the photojournalist’s life. Read more...
This is a new and expanded collection of the compositions of Willie Hunter, a man generally regarded as Shetland’s finest fiddle player of the 20th century. View More
This music publication contains all 46 of Ronnie’s compositions, including four tunes printed following his passing in 1982. View More
A collection of 21 stunning projects designed by members of the Shetland Guild of Spinners, Knitters, Weavers and Dyers. View More
These extracts paint a picture of the social lives of the inhabitants of the county and the external events that, perhaps more than ever before, began to play a large part in their lives. View More