28th September 2016
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Broadband, drugs sentence and a broken cruise ship record

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• The Scottish government comes under fire over its commitment to the roll-out of superfast broadband.

• A man who supplied thousands of pounds worth of heroin has been jailed.

• Family firm J Burgess scraps its car selling part of the business.

• Shetland is not taking part in a Holyrood ‘golden hello’ for GPs.

• Comedians raise laughs at the Edinburgh Fringe.

• Young police volunteers get their certificates.

• Support for second tug grows after rig grounding.

• Cruise ship record is broken again with one very big arrival.

• Read full coverage of two country shows.

• And in sport, Whalsay secures the Parish Cup for the 21st time.

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