25th September 2016
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Election campaigns heat up, Folk Festival kicks off and Charitable Trust comes in for criticism

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In The Shetland Times this week:

• The Charitable Trust are criticised for ‘farcical’ plan to cut SIC members

• A Yell man is told to expect jail time after indecent videos are found on his computer

• 2016’s Folk Festival kicks off with the opening concert and a special performance for Tingwall school bairns.

• A final week of pre-election coverage sees candidates battle it out at the Radio Shetland hustings

• Erraid Davies Paralympic dream scuppered by ban

• A six year old boy from Sandwick has vowed to cycle 100 miles in order to raise funds for Cancer Research UK

… and much more.

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