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  • David Spence

    • January 1st, 2016 2:01

    *** Happy New Year *** to all the staff at the Shetland Times

    As they say ‘ Keep Up the Good Work ‘ lol

  • Gordon Harmer

    • January 1st, 2016 14:02

    Happy New Year to the Shetland Times Staff who have the unenviable task of moderating the many comments on here. Happy New Year to all commentators, including the Nationalists, may your year be nearly as good as the Unionist’s year. 🙂

  • Robin Stevenson

    • January 2nd, 2016 11:20

    And a Happy New Year to the Shetland Times and all their staff, it is a rarity indeed – these days – to find newspapers that aren’t run by multi-billionaires churned out from Fleet St London, telling us what to think and do, while living in their tax havens supported by our Tory Gov.

    A Gid New Year to ALL commentators, [even the Unionists sucked into believing our MSM] I’ve the strangest feeling that 2016 is going to be a cracker for Nationalists and [hopefully] an eye opener for the rest. “Lang may yer Lum Reek” 🙂


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