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To coincide with the global climate strike on Friday, Shetland Amenity Trust is inviting people to go along and take some practical action on climate
Shetland’s sail training ship the Swan recently returned from a 12-day trip to Faroe where, as always, the crew and passengers were made very welcome
Yell resident Stuart Hannay has won the Shetland ForWirds dialect prize at the Screenplay film festival for the second year running.
A number of people took the streets of Lerwick on Saturday to protest against Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s planned “prorogation” of the UK parliament.
As part of its “Oot & Aboot” programme a Shetland Arts musical event is going on tour this month, visiting Sandwick, Fetlar and Walls.
Lerwick-based producer Shetlandeli, which produces a range of chutneys and relishes, has been named among the Great Taste winners of 2019.
Southend United won the Parish Cup for the second time in the club’s history by defeating Delting 3-0 at Gilbertson Park on Saturday.
The final exhibition in the ShetlandMade summer programme at Weisdale Mill’s Bonhoga Gallery will open on Saturday.
SIC deputy convener Beatrice Wishart has been announced as the Libertal Democrat candidate in the forthcoming Scottish by-election for the Shetland seat.
Spurs won the Fraser Cup by defeating Ness United 2-1 in the final, played at the Fraser Park in Scalloway.
Whitedale defeated Lerwick Spurs by the narrowest of margins on Saturday to progress to the quarter-finals of the Highland Amateur Cup.
The prizes for the Bergen to Lerwick leg of the Pantaenius Shetland Race were handed out at a civic reception at Mareel on Friday evening.
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