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    South Commercial Street closed after sea causes hole in wall

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    The road in front of Leog at Lerwick's South Commercial Street has been closed after rough seas created a hole in the sea wall just below road level. The post South Commercial Street closed after sea causes hole in wall appeared first on The Shetland Times.

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    Police breathalyse 50 in first fortnight of drink-drive campaign

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    Fifty drivers were breathalysed in Shetland during the first 14 days of the national festive drink-drive campaign but just one was arrested for being over the limit. The post Police breathalyse 50 in first fortnight of drink-drive campaign appeared first on The Shetland Times.

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    A UNESCO designation too many

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    Regarding the UNESCO World Heritage bid by Shetland Amenity Trust (Work continuing on World Heritage bid; SN, 14/12/2018), Shetland already has a hard won UNESCO designation – Shetland is a UNESCO Global Geopark, which is a parallel designation of equal status to a World Heritage designation. Instead of wasting time and money starting the whole […]

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    Shopping mecca Lerwick, drink driving campaign, Eric Gray Centre donations and artwork on display

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    LERWICK’s historic town centre has joined an exclusive list of ten “cool shopping districts around the world”, published in Friday’s Guardian. The magic of Lerwick’s Commercial Street is on a par with shopping districts in Paris, St Petersburg and Copenhagen, according to the list complied by the newspaper’s readers. Living Lerwick manager Emma Miller said […]

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    Items stolen from house in Sumburgh

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    POLICE are looking for information after a number of old ornamental items and some old coins were taken from a house in Sumburgh. The incident took place in the vicinity of Sumburgh Hotel between midday on 23 November and 11am on 27 November. Officers said the incident has only just been reported to police. Anyone […]

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    Coffee shop and cafe planned for Hay’s Dock

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    A COFFEE shop could open in the Shetland Museum next year before turning into a cafe as bosses look to outsource the former Hay’s Dock Cafe Restaurant. Shetland Amenity Trust trustees met on Friday to approve a proposal to offer a short-term local tender for a coffee shop in 2019 before issuing a full market […]

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    Work ongoing on World Heritage bid

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    WORK on a bid for Shetland to become a World Heritage site is progressing after a funding application was put in for preparing the submission. Jarlshof, Mousa and Old Scatness are on UNESCO’s UK tentative list for the coveted status until at least 2021. Shetland Amenity Trust’s Mat Roberts told trustees on Friday that an […]

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    Prison term for violent behaviour towards police officers

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    A MAN from Lerwick who struggled so violently with police officers that they had to put on riot gear to enter his cell was given an 18 month prison sentence when he appeared at the town’s sheriff court on Friday. Appearing from custody, 39-year-old Craig Nelson, whose address was given as Grampian Prison, pleaded guilty […]

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    NorthLink cancellations

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    NORTHLINK’s ferry sailings to and from Shetland are set to be affected over the coming days due to the weather. Tonight’s (Friday) southbound sailing to Aberdeen will no longer call at Orkney, and the vessel will depart Lerwick an hour early at 4.30pm. Both freight sailings are cancelled. NorthLink also confirmed that all passenger and […]

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    Bumper year for NAFC reported

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    The NAFC Marine Centre says 2018 has been its "busiest ever year", with well over 1,700 students enrolled on 150 courses. The post Bumper year for NAFC reported appeared first on The Shetland Times.

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    Hotels could close if accommodation camp stays open, group claims

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    A GROUP of accommodation providers in the north of Shetland have teamed together to warn that “several” hotels are likely to close in the area if the Sella Ness workers’ camp is kept open until 2026. Shetland North Accommodation Providers (SNAP) has called on Shetland Islands Council to “choose local jobs and local businesses” over […]

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    Ageing population could be a reason for reduction in bus income

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    MORE older people using Shetland’s buses with bus passes could be a reason why there is a projected decrease of £60,000 in fare income this financial year. Shetland Islands Council finance manager Jamie Manson told members of isles’ transport partnership on Thursday that the projected shortfall against the budget amounted to an 8.4 per cent […]

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    Andrews a gentle voice that gets under your skin

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    AWARD-winning Americana singer-songwriter Courtney Marie Andrews put on an excellent acoustic show at Mareel on Wednesday night, writes Zdenka Mlynarikova. Coming all the way from America, her Shetland gig was part of the acoustic UK solo tour, which also saw her perform at London’s Union Chapel. Andrews played songs from her latest album May Your […]

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    Winter vomiting bug closes two schools

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    SHETLAND Islands Council has confirmed that two local schools have stayed closed today (Thursday) due to an outbreak of the winter vomiting bug. While a one day closure of the primary department of Whalsay School was deemed sufficient, the Dunrossness Primary School will stay closed for a second day and will only reopen on Monday […]

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    Council to foot the whole bill for new Scalloway fish market

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    SHETLAND Islands Council (SIC) will be forced to fund the entire £5.6 million cost of building the new Scalloway fish market after the scheme missed out on European funding. Infrastructure services director John Smith confirmed today (Thursday) that the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF) had rejected a bid for around half the cost of […]

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    Norovirus forces two day closure of Dunrossness Primary

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    Dunrossness Primary School imposed a 48-hour closure on Thursday after an outbreak of the winter vomiting bug, Norovirus. The post Norovirus forces two day closure of Dunrossness Primary appeared first on The Shetland Times.

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    Outcry over Faroese fishing rights

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    THE Scottish pelagic fishing industry has reacted with outrage to news that Faroese trawlers can catch almost 25,000 tonnes of mackerel in the waters around Shetland next year. The pelagic industry was under the impression it was to be consulted on the issue that has angered local fishermen for years. But according to the Scottish […]

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    Sella Ness camp ‘damaging the local economy’

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    AN APPLICATION to renew the planning permission for the Sella Ness workers’ camp has been met by strong objection from some sections of the community, including an accommodation provider and a local development company. Brudolff Hotels Group, which runs three hotels in Lerwick, said in a letter to planners that keeping the facility open “would […]

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    Full-on birlin’ line-up for Hogmanay at Mareel

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    THE FULL line-up for this year’s Hogmanay at Mareel has been announced, with local acts Herkja, Arthur Nicholson and Kris Drever, Girsie and The Loose Ends and Haltadans joining the Peatbog Faeries. The night will begin with a traditional Shetland variety concert, opened by the Peatbog Faeries with performances by the local bands and musicians, […]

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    News on North Isles broadband bid soon

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    COUNCIL officials expect to hear next week if a second bid for £2 million of UK Government funding to roll out fibre broadband in the North Isles is successful. Shetland Islands Council development director Neil Grant told members of the local authority’s development committee on Tuesday that news of the Full Fibre Challenge Fund bid […]

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