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Government happy with Exercise Sula
Still hope for ETVs
NHS Shetland apologises for IT problems
Police seize more heroin at Holmsgarth
Hockey: Final games of the Grutness Shield
Islanders to vote on trust reform
Home Energy Scotland - Win £500 towards your energy bills
Jail threat after sex act
Drink driver banned for three years
Engineering company fined for safety breach
COPE appoints new manager
Woman jailed for cannabis farm
Hairst marathon this weekend
Living Lerwick - Spend at ad street
Trust reform proposals ‘inadequate’
Netball: Kinetics and Team Rowley dominate division one
Coastguard union condemns ETV removal
In brief for 20 September 2011
Trial date set for alleged assault
Jazz treats thanks to £27,000 grant
Trust rejects community councils’ comments
New medical director moves in from Falkland
Students fight travel expenses discrimination
Emergency services round-up
Government slammed for Sullom tug proposal
SIC management structure takes shape
Parliament committee criticises tug removal plan
Value of fish landings remains high
Drugs suspect remanded in custody
New ferry service will be delivered on time – Swinney
Sexual health clinic success
Tugmen vote for industrial action
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