HNP fights back, “loneliest boy” receives thousands of cards and quiz of the year

• Engineering firm HNP fight Shetland Leasing and Property to keep Lerwick site.

• Skerries 10-year-old dubbed “loneliest boy” receives over 5000 cards.

• Scottish Secretary David Mundell demands more evolution for the isles.

• Frankie Grant “last of the old butchers” retires after over half a century in the trade.

• There will be a special feature on the white Christmas of twenty years ago.

• Test your memory with our annual “Quiz of the year”.

• We have reports from week two of the oddly named “post-Christmas” netball league.

• See the first of our three part feature asking people from the headlines what they enjoyed most in 2015.

All that and plenty more in this week’s Shetland Times


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