Stories tagged with Tag: Features
The 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic has rekindled memories of two Shetlanders who were involved in the tragedy, writes Jim Tait ScallowayREAD FULL STORY
Nobody ever expects to become a cancer patient, in spite of statistics. The shock of knowing you’ve got a tumour isn’t helped by being toldREAD FULL STORY
Outdoors tourism in Shetland takes many forms – some people come for the ornithology, the whale watching or the coastal scenery. Others come to seeREAD FULL STORY
Shetlander Ronnie Smith has announced his retirement as Scotland’s head of all teachers, the General Secretary of the union the Education Institute of Scotland. ChrisREAD FULL STORY
Many languages have two ways of saying you – a familiar one and a formal, polite one. In French we find tu (familiar) and vousREAD FULL STORY
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