In today’s (Friday, 20th May) edition of The Shetland Times:
- Exclusive – Solo ferry passengers are being treated as ‘second class citizens’.
- Tributes have been paid to Alister Smith, the long-time owner of R.W Bayes shop on Commercial Street in Lerwick, who died this week.
- Crunch talks were held yesterday between Lerwick Port Authority and 12 harbour workers who are set to start an overtime ban next week.
- Another historic milestone was marked in Unst for the SaxaVord Spaceport.
- The build-up to next weekend’s Relay for Life has begun, with a concert at the Big Kirk in Lerwick on Wednesday.
- ARTS – Shetland’s tasty delights prove tempting for top celebrity chefs.
- SPORT – Spurs lifted the first outdoor hockey cup of the season, claiming The Dowry Grutness cup last Thursday.