Posts by Stephen Gordon:
“Births, Deaths, Marriages and Smirk, but not necessarily in that order”, is how someone once told me they read The Shetland Times – probably apocryphal…
There was a bracing start for this year’s Uyeasound Up-Helly-A’ Guizer Jarl Andrew Hunter, aka “Halfdan the Black”, and his squad.
Shetland’s second boat week got under way yesterday – and is set to be bigger and better with a favourable forecast.
The Scalloway Museum was the venue on Tuesday evening for the launch of Catherine Emslie’s book A Shetland Childhood.
A grey seal pup, which attracted a lot of attention when it pulled itself on to the ramp at Lerwick’s Small Boat Harbour last Tuesday
Lerwick Port Authority’s on duty port control officer Ryan Leith used his own initiative and sea swimming experience when he went to the aid of
Local thrash folk favourites The Revellers have even surprised themselves on the first day of the iTunes release of their Skeletons CD.
BT today switched on a new 10-Gigabit network link to improve communication services used by thousands of Shetland households and businesses.
Lerwick’s town bus service will be transformed tomorrow and Monday while to coincide with Hallowe’en.
Following a good day, it was a good night with some vintage retro rock ‘n’ roll from Lord Rochester at the Lerwick British Legion on
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