Ryan Taylor has worked as a reporter since 1995, and has been at The Shetland Times since 2007, covering a wide variety of news topics. Before then he reported for other newspapers in the Highlands, where he was raised, and in Fife, where he began his career with DC Thomson. He also has experience in broadcast journalism with Grampian Television. He has lived in Shetland since 2002, where he harbours an unhealthy interest in old cars and motorbikes.
Posts by Ryan Taylor:
Fire crews have been out in force tackling the blaze which has destroyed the Moorfield Hotel.
Workers from the Moorfield Hotel have spoken of their devastation over the building’s destruction following Monday’s early morning blaze.
Investment in Scottish islands such as Shetland is “pointless” if governments turn their backs on high-valued jobs in the isles.
The isles are to benefit from a share of up to £50 million from the Scottish government as part of the Islands Growth Deal.
Ongoing measures to curb the spread of coronavirus have led to a deterioration in life quality of those living with dementia.
Shetland’s MP has joined a cross-party meeting with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to discuss human rights issues in China and Hong Kong.
The downturn in the jobs market could help fill long-vacant posts in health and social care, helping to reduce dependancy on costly locum cover. The…
School pupils will not be asked to maintain social distance from one another when schools return in August – but teachers and other school staff…
A picture of a rare ‘fogbow’ – or white rainbow – taken in the isles has been selected for a showcase of lockdown images in
Shetland Charitable Trust is planning to launch its new-look Main Grant Scheme on Monday with an annual estimated budget of £8.4 million to spend.
Elected members have been warned the council could be subject to clawback of “substantial amounts” of EU funding.
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