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Daily Archives: June 27, 2009

Dellin inta da past 26.06.09

Dellin inta da past 26.06.09

27/06/2009, by in Features

Hard at workThe excavations at the Viking longhouse site at Belmont are gathering momentum as the Danish led team prepares to begin their final week on site. This is the fifth season of work which Anne-Christine Larsen has directed at Belmont, and the third year within Shetland Amenity Trust’... Read more...

Isles Views 26.06.09

Isles Views 26.06.09

27/06/2009, by in Features

Bobby Tulloch WeekThe current exhibition at the Old Haa in Burravoe is of some of the hundreds of stunning photographs taken by the late Bobby Tulloch during his many years as a globetrotter in search of the world’s wildlife.As Isles Views has already recorded, Bobby would have been 80 th... Read more...

Steering Column 26.06.09

Steering Column 26.06.09

27/06/2009, by in Features

Higher iQToyota has brought out a new version of its tiny hatchback, the iQ. Known as the iQ3 (or “iQ cubed” apparently), it has the 1.33-litre petrol engine we’ve already seen on the Auris, Yaris and Urban Cruiser. (more…) Read more...

Views from the Scord 26.06.09

Views from the Scord 26.06.09

27/06/2009, by in Features

Angling Round-upThe Scalloway Boating Club Angling Section had two competitions last weekend. The first was the Ian Umphray Memorial Eela which attracted eight anglers in three boats. This was won by Richard Young with a total weight of 58.6lbs, followed in second place by Kenny Laurenson with ... Read more...

Times Past 26.06.09

Times Past 26.06.09

27/06/2009, by in Features

25 Years AgoA new company has been formed to take over from the shipping service operated by Shetland Line and the original company is wound up by the receivers.The new company Shetland Line (1984) Ltd., has been set up by a consortium on the Scottish Mainland and took over Shetland Line as... Read more...

Linklines 26.06.09

Linklines 26.06.09

27/06/2009, by in Features

Fun with flourA successful night was held at a unique “church” evening when three guest chefs were invited to do a cookery demonstration at Emmanuel Christian Fellowship. It was an enjoyable evening where approximately 40 ladies were shown how to make wonderful bannocks by Gemma Ball, delic... Read more...

Letter from Westminster 26.06.09

Letter from Westminster 26.06.09

27/06/2009, by in Features

It is a little known fact that the House of Commons starts its business every day with prayers. These take the same form every day and include an entreaty for us not to be motivated by a desire to please or unworthy ideals. Curiously the house did not have prayers at the start of business on Monday ... Read more...