In this week’s Shetland Times

In today’s (Friday, 4th June) edition of The Shetland Times:

  • A new Covid case has left “quite a few” Whalsay footballers in self-isolation, and will mean four teams will need to miss two weeks of action.
  • A Syrian man who moved to Shetland several years ago has spoken out about the racist abuse he has received since.
  • Councillors have heard that housing repairs on SIC homes are way behind schedule.
  • There is a four-page ‘Business Quarter’ feature, focusing on local businesses and how they are recovering from the Covid pandemic.
  • SPORT – Match reports from the Parish Cup, as well as the junior and senior football leagues, hockey, bowls and athletics.
  • Wendy Inkster from Burra Bears speaks about the ‘Tracks of My Life’, while swimmer Adam Millar takes ‘A Sporting Chance’.


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