19th September 2018
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Elections, tunes and a busy boat week scheduled

• Voting on the council elections was under way with a fine day perhaps helping usher voters to the ballot box

• The SNP selected Miriam Brett to fight the old Liberal Democrat establishment in the general election

• Parts of Lerwick were closed to traffic as the cast and crew of Shetland returned to the isles for filming

• Woman behind fridge idea is chilled over plans for busiest year yet

• The prospect of industrial action among college lecturers has emerged

• Global Classroom chance down under leaves its mark on pupils

• Walker welcomed at Aith lifeboat station

• Tories ‘shameful’ treatment of fishing industry blasted by SNP

• Town community council has fears over windfarm

• Wide range of events planned for boat festival

• Returning buses should rekindle memories at new classic event

• Read seven pages of weekend coverage from Shetland Folk Festival

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