In this week’s Shetland Times


A whole host of stories and pictures all the way from Jersey capturing a flavour of the NatWest Island Games are featured this week. Meanwhile, closer to home …

A new commission has met for the first time to consider ways of identifying inequalities.

The council is to spend an estimated £1.7 million in town hall repairs.

A quartet of teachers are retiring from the Anderson High School in Lerwick.

In entertainments, Lau prove to be on top form at Mareel.

And in sport, Shetland Rugby Club held its annual Midsummer Seven’s tournament at the weekend. See our report and photos, plus much, much more.


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