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Pet owners warned after mince ‘laced with some sort of poison’ found in Lerwick
Community / Tenth wool festival launches in style
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Council / SIC welcomes Crown Estate funding
Letters / Healing rift in the community?
Business / Award-winning chippy Frankie’s up for sale
News round-up / Drew named sail trainee of the year, 4G mast proposed for Reawick, counselling certificates
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Marine / Zephyr arrives in Whalsay
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Environment / ‘Lament for the Lang Kames’ sees coffin burned at VoeCeremony intended to heal community division
Community / Winter programmes return to the radio
Court / Go behind the scenes of Lerwick Sheriff Court
Health / New healthcare model for Bressay given the green light
Court / Man fined for assaulting partner
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Health and social care partnership ‘not financially sustainable’
Police investigate attempted cake fridge break-ins
Business / Space centre launches a step nearer with new partnership
Letters / Written in a parallel universe
Letters / Put to bed for now
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Marine / Isles’ fish landings continue on the up
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Arts / Artwork sought for Lerwick trail
Nature / Environmental campaigner to screen film in Hillswick
Court / Drink driving in Unst leads to lengthy ban
Council / Ferry funding raised again in chamber as councillor hits out at government
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Marine / ‘Debris from grounded boat’ causing concern on the west sideCoastguard says the area is being monitored monthly and after ‘significant storms’
Court / Careless driver fined
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Court / Ban for drink driver
Court / Man struggled with police on Esplanade
Marine / North Sea cod to lose sustainability certification
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Transport / Family and friends fare a possibility for Fair Isle and Foula flights
Viewpoint / Why we’re carrying a coffin along the Lang KamesPete Bevington is one of the organisers of Lament for the Lang Kames, a ‘funeral procession’ being held on Saturday for “all that will be lost if Viking Energy goes ahead as planned”. He explains why the procession – coffin and all – is taking place.
News round-up / Charity changes name, MSPs concerned over left luggage closure, police investigate vandalism
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