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    Yell wind farm breezes through planning

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    The development of a large wind farm in Yell crossed its latest hurdle by winning the approval of Shetland Islands Council planning committee. The committee considered an “excellent report” by Amy Melkevik recommending that it approve the 17 turbine, 57.8 mW, wind farm, which has been reclassified by the developers as “large” rather than “very […]

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    Swim star Strachan excited to be a Shetland Sports Award judge

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    Commonwealth games star Andrea Strachan is excited to be on this year’s judging panel for The Shetland Sports Awards, with nominations for top sporting endeavours flooding in this week. The Lerwick swimmer was crowned Sportsperson of the Year in 2015, crowning off a sparkling career in the pool. Strachan won three gold medals and two […]

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    Council backs Yell wind farm

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    The planned Beaw Field wind farm as seen from Burravoe - Image: Peel EnergyTHE COMPANY behind plans to build a 17-turbine wind farm on the island of Yell has said it was pleased to have crossed another hurdle after Shetland Islands Council's planning board backed the development. The council is a statutory consultee in the planning process under section 36 of the electricity act. A final decision will be made by the Scottish Government's energy consent unit (ECU), in Glasgow.

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    Memorable buildings (David Strachan)

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    "In the aftermath of the White House debacle and other cock-ups, I believe the continued dependence on computers in many areas of life makes the brain less active and here mistakes will be made," says David Strachan.

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    Please don’t desecrate it (Oliver Cheyne)

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    It was interesting to read in last week’s Shetland Times that six teenagers from the South Mainland had completed their silver Duke of Edinburgh awards by hiking and camping in the area of the Lunklet Burn. This had taken place from 9th to 11th September and these teenagers had enjoyed the experience and the area. […]

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    Decision deferred on closure of rehab ward in Lerwick’s Gilbert Bain Hospital

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    Plans to close the Ronas Ward at the Gilbert Bain Hospital and redeploy staff have been put on hold amid concerns over the impact on outlying communities. Councillor Billy Fox said he was 'extremely uncomfortable' about the proposal. Do you think deferring a decision was the right approach?

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    Danus Skene memorial

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    The late Danus Skene.A MEMORIAL service to celebrate the life of Danus Skene will be held in St Columba's Church, in Lerwick, on Friday 28 October at 3pm.

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    Folk festival favourites Fara back for more

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    The artwork for Oracdian quartet Fara's debut album 'Cross the Line'. They play Mareel on Thursday night as part of the launch tour.A HOTLY-tipped traditional band who impressed at last year’s Shetland Folk Festival are returning to the isles on Thursday.

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    Food fair doubles in size

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    Taking centre stage at last year's Shetland Food Fair were Eunice Henderson and Jane Moncrieff of Shetland Larder - Photo: Elizabeth AtiaJUST as Shetland Wool Week goes from strength to strength, another popular event, on next month, reports it's also doubling in size.

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    Bailed on assault charge

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    A TWENTY seven year old man from Inverness has been charged with assault to severe injury and permanent disfigurement when appearing from custody and in private at Lerwick Sheriff Court, on Monday.

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    Grand celebration launches seventh Shetland Wool Week

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    The seventh Shetland Wool Week opened in fine style with a wine and nibbles reception at Clickimin last night. Enthusiasts of all things woolly from all over the world were there, many sporting the croft hoose hat designed by wool week patron Ella Gordon. She welcomed the visitors, and said she was delighted that the […]

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    Wool week off to a flying start

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    A fashion show featuring the work of several local designers was the highlight of Sunday night's opening of Shetland Wool Week - Photos: Hans J Marter/ShetNewsNow in its 7th year, Shetland Wool Week shows no signs of getting old. The internationally acclaimed festival's official launch ceremony, held in the Clickimin bowls hall on Sunday night, was a cosy hubbub of all things knitting and textiles, with food and music thrown in for good measure, writes Louise Thomason. The evening began with a slightly delayed welcome by the Lerwick Jarl Squad, before speeches from the festival organisers got underway.

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    MS Society looking for service users

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    Caption: The Messy Slester Fun Run colour saw 200 participants being pelted with powdered paint. It is set to become an annual event – Photo: Dale SmithTHE SHETLAND branch of the MS Society is calling for more people to use its services after raising nearly £9,000 by holding Shetland's first colour run earlier this month. Committee member Amy Uren said not enough people were coming forward looking for help from the local MS society, which pays for therapies and provides grants for aids like specialised computers and house alterations.

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    Revellers gig at the Clickimin provides plenty of party-bash music

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    There’s been plenty of hype, but after Saturday’s gig at the Clickimin there’s now no doubt that there’s flesh on the bones of local folk rock thrash merchants, the Revellers, with the launch of their new CD Skeletons. Other acts on the bill made the night a great showcase of local talent. Selling over a […]

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    Man is arrested and charged in connection with Lerwick incident

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    A man has been arrested and charged with assault in connection with a disturbance at an address in Lerwick. Police say a report is being sent to the procurator fiscal following the incident in West Baila.

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    Man charged with assault

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    POLICE in Lerwick have confirmed that a man has been arrested and charged with assault following a disturbance at a house at West Baila on Sunday morning.

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    Lerwick Thistle win County Shield in victory over Celtic

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    Lerwick Thistle have won the County Shield following a 2-1 victory over Lerwick Celtic after extra time at Bressay football. The County Shield final had to be replayed yesterday after the original fixture at the Gilbertson Park on 8th September was abandoned at half time because of poor weather while Celtic were 4-0 up. As […]

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    Reform group favours 12 elected trustees

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    SCT vice chair Jonathan Wills addressing the meeting with his proposals for reform - Photos: Hans J Marter/ShetNewsA CAMPAIGN pushing for a majority of directly elected trustees to serve on Shetland Charitable Trust appears to gain momentum. Nine members of the public, including two serving council trustees and one former councillor, attended an hour-long meeting at Islesburgh Community Centre on Saturday that had been organised by Democracy for Shetland Charitable Trust campaigner Peter Hamilton.

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    Police appeal for witnesses to vandalisms in Lerwick

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    A number of vehicles were vandalised in Lerwick’s Cairnfield Road last night. Police in Lerwick are appealing for anyone who may have information to come forward.

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    Vandalism

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    POLICE is asking for witnesses to come forward after wing mirrors on several vehicles parked at Cairnfield Road, in Lerwick, were damaged overnight from Friday to Saturday.

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