In this week’s Shetland Times

In today’s (Friday 28th June) edition of The Shetland Times:

  • EXCLUSIVE: Quarry failure could push back road repairs.
  • EXCLUSIVE: Figures show dramatic increase in visitor centre demand.
  • EXCLUSIVE: Tingwall couple rescue dog from death sentence.
  • EXCLUSIVE: Oceanic clock marks 110 years in Foula.
  • CAMPAIGN: Drugs dogs petition approved for parliament.
  • Shetland Gas Plant sold to London-based company.
  • Bikers rally marks Simmer Dim.
  • Results: Winners and runners-up of Shetland Dog Show.
  • First patients begin to use MRI scanner.
  • SPORTS: Results from the Shetland ACSC prize-giving.
  • SPORTS: Report and results from Sandwick regatta.

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