In this week’s Shetland Times

In today’s (Friday, 3rd September) edition of The Shetland Times:

  • Citizens Advice Bureau says the decision to cut universal credit by £20 will hit Shetland’s economy by around £1.3 million, and will cause the poorest in the community serious concern.
  • Nearly 60 Covid cases have been recorded in the last week, with schools particularly affected – but the SIC insists its schools are safe.
  • EXCLUSIVE – An artist speaks about presenting her work to the Queen of Denmark.
  • A leading engineer says that inter-isles tunnels are well within the realms of possibility.
  • There are plenty of pictures from last weekend’s Summer Spree and Pedal Lerwick events.
  • SPORT – Full match reports from Ness’ Manson Cup win over Whalsay and Shetland’s mixed hockey inter-county victory.


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