31st May 2020
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Abuser jailed, bus drivers lash out at bad parking and SIC handed key for new AHS

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In The Shetland Times this week…

• A man who subjected his wife to a “wicked campaign” of domestic abuse is jailed.

• The Shetland Islands Council is handed the key for new Anderson High School.

• Bus drivers fury over bus station being used for public parking.

• Local SNP members warns party conference to ditch support for EU or lose members.

• Nine out of ten people requiring urgent medical assistance outside of Lerwick and Scalloway are not being seen with the ambulance service’s target times.

… and much more.

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