In this week’s Shetland Times

In today’s (Friday, 19th April) edition of The Shetland Times:

  • EXCLUSIVE: Staggering 56 vapes found dumped at Quarff roadside.
  • Skeld Parent Council lodge complaint over mothballing.
  • Tributes paid to popular Ness man Fraser Smith.
  • Dogs Against Drugs petition reaches 1,200 signatures as police chief praises “gold standard service”.
  • EXCLUSIVE: Police chief praises “brave” officers using life-saving tactic.
  • Children’s director to step down after 35 years.
  • Parking to be ditched for housing at Knab development.
  • EXCLUSIVE: Pneumonia patient rubbishes claims hospital has enough beds.
  • EXCLUSIVE: Isles police to be trained in drug driving testing.
  • SPORT: Cameron Nisbet picks up strongman award after dropping video games.


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