Reporter for The Shetland Times. I have also worked as an employed and freelance reporter and editor for a variety of print and broadcast media outlets and as as a freelance photographer and film maker/cameraman. In addition to journalism, I have experience in construction, oil analysis, aquaculture, fisheries, the health service and oral history.
Posts by Peter Johnson:
Charity walker Alex Ellis-Roswell is continuing his round the coast of Britain and Ireland charity walk in Shetland. Yesterday he walked from the Weisdale shop
A document outlining Police Scotland’s 10-year vision for the future left Lerwick community councillors distinctly unimpressed, with none having managed to wade through the masterpiece
Islesburgh’s Thursday night Folk Festival concert provided a healthy mix of folky styles that won the approval of visiting audience members of travelling and local
Newly-selected trustee Malcolm Younger has informed Shetland Charitable Trust Chairman Bobby Hunter that he will not be taking up his place on the board.
Shetland Charitable Trust has voted overwhelmingly to ratify its planned reorganisation which threatens to place almost half Shetland’s oil fund out of democratic control.
A funding appeal has been set up to provide a bionic limb for a man who had his arm amputated because of canc
Unite the union is warning that Scotland’s seas could be left wide open to illegal fishing, after members at Marine Scotland voted in favour of
The North Sea herring fishery undertaken by Shetland vessels has been recertified by the Marine Stewardship Council’s (MSC) ecolabel scheme, that is intended to indicate
Shetland Islands Council has paid £264,834.50 in rent for its North Ness headquarters since evacuating the building on 20th September because of structural problems. The…
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