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Council house tenants in Shetland may have to face rent rises of £8.13 a week from next April after a committee of the Scottish ParliamentREAD FULL STORY
Police are warning parents and carers in the isles to be vigilant following reports of men exposing themselves to young women and girls on internetREAD FULL STORY
Shetland will have to share a careers service manager with Aberdeen City following a decision by Skills Development Scotland (SDS).READ FULL STORY
Children’s services – schools in particular – and community care are to bear the brunt of proposed SIC cuts and “efficiency savings” of almost £28
The Shetland economy is well-placed to withstand the effects of swingeing council cuts, according to two interim reports.
There were wins in netball’s top flight for Challengers and Loungers. Meanwhile Wastside and Da McEwans proved too strong for their rivals in the secondREAD FULL STORY
The latest matches in senior hockey’s Association Rosebowl competition resulted in wins for Scalloway, Delting and Spurs.READ FULL STORY
And On This Rock: The Italian Chapel Orkney, Donald S Murray. Birlinn, £9.99.READ FULL STORY
A bronze cannon from an Armada ship which wrecked off Fair Isle in the aftermath of the Spaniards’ ill-fated attack on England in 1588 will
Evidence which would have supported councillor Jonathan Wills’ claim that the council’s then chief executive David Clark threatened him with violence in a phone call
The winner of the 2009 Shetland Times/Shetland Recreational Trust fit club will set off tomorrow to walk around almost the entire coastline of Shetland to
The councillor who was referred to the Standards Commission after making outspoken criticisms of the then chief executive David Clark last October has been cleared
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