In this week’s Shetland Times

In this week’s (Friday, 18th August) edition of The Shetland Times:

  • Fixed links may need private investment, government minister says.
  • A Lerwick youth club could be forced to close down permanently without new volunteers.
  • A councillor is set to swim to Bressay parkrun in an effort to raise money for charity.
  • Dunrossness kirk is back on the market after a failed community bid.
  • EXCLUSIVE – A Brae teen is whisked away on an isles tour by visiting nurses.
  • Skipper welcomes government’s new monitoring system proposals for fishermen.
  • SPORT: Latest football reports including Spurs’ treble bid after securing the league title.
  • SPORT: Sprint triathlon results as Lynsey Henderson secures birthday trophy.


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