In this week’s Shetland Times

In today’s (Friday, 29th July) edition of The Shetland Times:

  • EXCLUSIVE – Aberdeen City Council continues to pursue Shetland residents for bus gate fines after payment.
  • Daytime sailings are now on the table to ease ‘extreme’ pressure on ferries.
  • EXCLUSIVE – BP admits a ‘limited’ oil leak from an offshore vessel west of Shetland.
  • A Cunningsburgh women has been left without energy in her new home for three months as suppliers refuse to install a meter.
  • Shetland Foodbank manager David Grieve describes a ‘frightening’ rise in the use of foodbanks.
  • SPORT – We look ahead to this weekend’s inter-county action, with hockey coach Derek Leask and football manager Neil Fenwick previewing tomorrow’s games against Orkney.


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