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    61 Shetland Sheepdogs Rescued from Woodcrest Home Up For Adoption

    Originally published by and copyright of NBC Southern California

    61 Shetland Sheepdogs Rescued from Woodcrest Home Up For AdoptionDozens of Shetland sheepdogs rescued from a burning Woodcrest home are ready for adoption as the Riverside Department of Animal Services is seeking to file charges against their former owner, officials said. Firefighters extinguished a house fire July ...and more »

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    Shetland view

    Originally published by and copyright of Scotsman

    Shetland viewMy family comes from Shetland. The people there never spoke Gaelic (they spoke Norn), they never were part of the clan system, they never used the kilt, never played bagpipes, never ate haggis and their political party (Liberals or Liberal Democrats ...

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    Fireball takes off

    Originally published by and copyright of www.shetnews.co.uk

    The European Fireball Championship was last held in Shetland in 2003THE SHETLAND Fireball Championships got eventually under way on Friday after organisers were forced to cancel all races the previous day due to fog. The local event acts as a warm up for the 2014 Fireball European Championships; which has attracted sailing boats from the Czech Republic, Switzerland, Ireland as well as the UK mainland.

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    Catch doubles profit

    Originally published by and copyright of www.shetnews.co.uk

    The Shetland Catch factory at Gremista - Photo: ShetNewsLERWICK-based pelagic processor Shetland Catch has more than doubled its profits to £2.6 million in the year to 31 March 2014. The company said on Friday that it had significantly increased profits on a reduced turnover of £63 million.

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    Fog disruptions

    Originally published by and copyright of www.shetnews.co.uk

    AS FOG continues to cause havoc for the travelling public, airline Loganair has said they were doing all they can to get stranded passengers to their destinations. Sumburgh airport has been affected by fog for a second day with many flights delayed and some cancelled on Friday. Loganair said the company had "special measures for customers due to adverse weather conditions" in place.

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    Court round up

    Originally published by and copyright of www.shetnews.co.uk

    A ROUND up of cases that were dealt with at Lerwick Sheriff Court on Thursday. Hidden knife Victor Carlin, aged 43, of The Chalet, Meadows, Tresta, admitted arming himself with a kitchen knife and hiding it in the waist band of his trousers after being asked to leave a party in Tresta after making a drunken nuisance of himself on 6 July.

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    Marine areas designated, protection unknown

    Originally published by and copyright of www.shetnews.co.uk

    A Scottish government map of the new marine protected areas.FOUR sea zones off Shetland are amongst 30 marine protected areas announced by the Scottish government on Thursday, though the level of protection afforded these areas has yet to be negotiated. An area stretching from the isle of Mousa to Boddam off Shetland’s sout east coast has been designated to protect sandeels, a major source of food of seabirds. A larger zone covering the waters around the islands of Fetlar and Unst are considered an important area for black guillemots.

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    Table tennis defeat

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    Scotland's women table tennis team narrowly missed out on a place in the last 16 after losing 3-2 against Guyana on Friday morning. In a nail-biting match that latest almost three hours Scotland's Gillian Edwards was up 2-1 in the final game against 17 year old Chelsea Edgehill but was unable to complete the job. Shetland's Lynda Flaws won her singles game against Natalie Cummings 3-2 and was also successful with her double partner Corinna Whitaker against Chelsea Edghill and Trenace Lowe.

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    A delightful country garden in Shetland

    Originally published by and copyright of Aberdeen Press and Journal

    A delightful country garden in ShetlandThe owner of Nonavaar is James B. Thomson, who is a visual artist as well as designer and landscaper. These three elements come together beautifully in his east-facing garden which enjoys views towards the dramatic coastline in this part of Shetland.

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    Shetland drug mule shipped £13000 of heroin

    Originally published by and copyright of Aberdeen Press and Journal

    Shetland drug mule shipped £13000 of heroinA drugs mule forced to smuggle almost £13,000 worth of heroin internally to Shetland was jailed for three years at Lerwick Sheriff Court yesterday. Derek McLean, from Ayr, was arrested as he disembarked the NorthLink ferry in Lerwick on the morning of ...and more »

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    Shetland Catch sees its profits double

    Originally published by and copyright of Herald Scotland

    Shetland Catch sees its profits doubleDirectors of the company, which runs what is thought to be Europe's largest pelagic fish factory at Lerwick on Shetland, said they were delighted with the profit for the year. Accounts filed at Companies House for the 12 months to March 31 this year ...

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    Pro-indy arts tour Yestival rolls into town

    Originally published by and copyright of www.shetnews.co.uk

    Bruce Eunson giving a reading at Yestival. Photo: Ria MoncrieffSUPORTERS of Scottish independence in Shetland enjoyed a morale-boosting evening on Wednesday as Yestival – a nationwide tour of music and arts – rolled into Lerwick. The event, which featured both local and mainland acts, took place in Mareel only hours after Prime Minister David Cameron left the isles following a surprise visit to promote British unity.

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    Strachan makes it in to final

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    Andrea Strachan securing a place in the finals of the 50m breaststroke - Photo: Ian MacNicolLERWICK swimmer Andrea Strachan has qualified for the final in the 50m breast stroke at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. The 21-year old came fourth in the second semifinal and managed to just qualify with a time of 31.52sec.

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    Stern warning for threatening sleeping woman

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    A LERWICK mechanic with drink and drugs problems has been warned to clean up his act or face a jail sentence after he threatened to hit a sleeping woman with a rock in her face. At Lerwick Sheriff Court on Thursday, Sheriff Philip Mann told 29 year old Matthew Smith, of 7 Stanegarth, that he still had custody at the forefront of his mind when he deferred sentence for three months for “probably as bad a statutory breach of the peace as I am likely to come across”. The court heard that around 7am on 13 July, Smith had walked into a house on Lerwick’s Bruce Crescent where a group of women were sleeping after a hen night.

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    Ayr drugs mule jailed

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    A DRUGS mule from Ayr forced to smuggle almost £13,000 worth of heroin internally to Shetland was jailed for three years at Lerwick Sheriff Court on Thursday. Derek McLean was arrested as he disembarked the NorthLink ferry in Lerwick on the morning of 11 May after Shetland police were tipped off. On Thursday the court heard that McLean and his partner and child had been threatened by a drugs gang in Ayr if he failed to carry the drugs for them.

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    Shetland Catch to undertake major investment after 2013 profits leap

    Originally published by and copyright of Undercurrent News

    Shetland Catch to undertake major investment after 2013 profits leapPelagic processor Shetland Catch is undergoing a £1.5 million upgrade of its packing lines and mackerel distribution system, and is considering a coldstore expansion and further factory improvements after 2013 saw its profits more than double. The ...

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    No flights

    Originally published by and copyright of www.shetnews.co.uk

    TRAVELLERS in and out of Shetland had a frustrating day on Thursday with thick fog grounding all flights at Sumburgh airport. A spokesman said that by late afternoon airlines were starting to make alternative travel arrangements for its customers. Thursday night's ferry to Aberdeen will leave Lerwick at 7pm and is expected to be busy. 

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    No jail for alpaca farmer who defrauded wife

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    Colin Arnot: ordered to carry out 160 hours of unpaid work.A FORMER alpaca farmer who defrauded his wife of more than £11,000 last November avoided a jail sentence at Lerwick Sheriff Court on Thursday. Colin Arnot sparked a major air, sea and land search after he disappeared from the croft he ran with his wife in North Roe, Shetland, only to turn up one week later in Lerwick. In May the 55 year old pled guilty to forging his wife's signature on a savings account closure form with investment company Scottish Widows and instructing them to transfer money to a new account from which he extracted £11,615.67 between 2 September and 13 December last year.

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    Profits more than double for fish processor Shetland Catch

    Originally published by and copyright of Scottish Daily Record

    Profits more than double for fish processor Shetland CatchFish processor Shetland Catch Ltd has reported pre-tax profits more than doubled in the financial year to £3.11 million despite turnover dipping 13 per cent to £63.6 million. The Lerwick-based company said the 2014 year to March 31 had included “one of ...

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    Gas plant dispute settled

    Originally published by and copyright of www.shetlandtimes.co.uk

    Today's dispute at the Shetland Gas Plant has been resolved after about 1,000 workers decided to down tools this morning.

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