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Community / Guizer jarl back in time for procession
Community / Most northerly fire festival defies teeth of the gale
Community / Big walk for Alzheimer’s sees Karen visit the isles
Updated Bressay Up Helly Aa a fiery occasion for jarl James
Community / Cullivoe marina and business park project in line for £1.3m funding boost
Coronavirus / Health board gives masks to staff as part of coronavirus preparationsNHS Shetland says it is ‘well prepared’ to manage any cases of Covid-19
Marine / Scalloway fish market: a ‘giant fridge’ awaiting the first fish
Community / Jarl’s injured arm not expected to derail Cullivoe Up Helly Aa
Energy / Local firm to build Upper Kergord access track
Health / Lerwick dentist to work under supervision following concerns over standard of care
Community / SIC flies rainbow flag in support of LGBTI equality
Community / Weekend of three Up Helly Aas kicks off in Cullivoe
Community / New charitable trust funding pot proves popular
Community / Charitable trust expects funding request from MRI appeal
Transport / Nearly 4,000 young Shetlanders to benefit from free bus travel
Police / Two car accidents near Gulberwick
Emergency services / Busy night at fire station
Community / Plans submitted for new Fair Isle bird observatoryHopes for the building to be completed by summer next year
Council / SIC to receive some extra cash but ‘short-changed’ on ferry fundingDecision not to fully fund internal ferries political motivated says SIC leader
Brexit / Oxford academic to give talks on Brexit and inequality
Letters / Safety is paramount
Business / Cruise ship season under way as Fridtjof Nansen docks at Victoria Pier
Transport / Extra million of ferry funding to go to Argyll and Bute
Updated Council tax rise given go-ahead as SIC left ‘stuck between rock and a hard place’
Unidentified aircraft tracked off Shetland by RAF fighter jets
News round-up / Spat at bouncer, NAFC long serving staff members, Iceland foodie tour, new guided tours on board the Swan
Court / ‘Bizarre’ behaviour man sentenced to carry out unpaid work
Court / Aberdeen man appears on drugs supply charge
Transport / Swedish airport operator insists remote tower technology is safeWith communities in the north concerned over plans to ‘centralise’ air traffic control services in Inverness, Shetland News asked Swedish journalist Kent Lidman to find out how the remote tower technology is working at Örnsköldsviks airport where it was introduced in 2015.
Updated Fire call out to Shetland Gas Plant
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