17th November 2018
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Anger over fishing quotas and trust funding slashed

In this week’s Shetland Times:

• Comprehensive coverage of the landmark court hearing probing Alistair Carmichael’s return to Westminster.

• Exclusive – warning fired over discard ban after tonnes of hake is dumped.

• Shetland Charitable Trust confirms that funding help will be slashed to £8.5 million.

• Parent councils object to proposed reduction in number of subjects studied at S4.

• It’s show time! Coverage of events in Yell, Bressay, Whiteness & Weisdale and Aith.

• Double shield success for Burra hockey players.

• Plus lots more in this week’s newspaper.

 

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