26th February 2017

Schools timetable shake-up, fish curing frustrations and decommissioning hopes in this week’s Shetland Times

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• Significant changes are to be made to secondary school timetables which could give pupils an early home time on Fridays.

• A Cunningsburgh man is appealing against a planning decision that has scotched his move to establish a trial fish curing unit on a nearby croft.

• A baking book has been launched in memory of much-loved youngster Charlie Newlands – with hundreds of copies in demand.

• See our feature on Disability Shetland, which faces closure unless it can raise more cash.

• With Christmas fast approaching, see our special pull-out full of gift ideas for all the family.

• We have nine new properties to view, as well as 14 jobs in this week’s paper.

 

About Adam Guest

Reporter for The Shetland Times. I have also worked as a senior news reporter at The Press and Journal, The Barnsley Chronicle and as a freelance reporter for The Doncaster Free Press. Alongside news reporting I specialise in music and sports journalism. Pork pie lover.

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