Community / Northmavine Up Helly Aa: a day to sing, dance, ‘and have a right good laugh’A long and exciting day ahead for Kevin Jamieson and his squad
Review / There’s something fishy going on in ShetlandThe BBC’s murder-mystery series is back and it promises to be the grittiest yet
Letters / Does the government already provide fair ferry funding?
Community / A suitable impressive burning to mark the occasion
Community / Picture-perfect day for Jarl John Nicolson and his squad
Letters / Unauthorised absence?
Letters / Campaigning against his own act?
Letters / Bleak landscape for tourism
Letters / Appalling lack of foresight
Showcase / Walk da Rock Step Count Challenge – get your year off to a flying start!
Letters / Campaigning to kill Brexit
Letters / ‘I hasten to apologise’
Letters / What on earth are they afraid of?
Letters / A UNESCO designation too many
Review / Andrews a gentle voice that gets under your skin
Letters / Tackling climate change: ‘it’s not news – and there’s no money in it’
Letters / Carmichael one of the Brexit saboteurs
Letters / College lecturers demand basic pay rise
Feature / A small step in the battle against plastic wasteNew shop in Lerwick encourages people to make simple changes to their lifestyle.
Letters / Much to gain
Letters / Can you help to shed light on an old saying?
Feature / Prepare for a wild night of Christmas cheerMake More Noise promises to be an courageous event full of music, comedy and burlesque
Letters / Peppercorn rents
Review / Puss in Boots goes down an absolute treatThe venerable panto favorite provides plenty of slapstick and pratfalls and chasing-about-the-theatre.
Review / Nine artists enthused by the natural environmentDa Gadderie exhibition is open until 21 December.
Market House / Empowering people to help themselvesCitizens Advice Bureau (CAB) is hosting an open evening on Monday.
Letters / The wind farm’s impact on tourism
Showcase / New cost effective web-building tool launched by local companyA local web design company is offering a unique and extremely cost-effective web-design service specifically aimed at smaller companies, micro businesses or self-employed sole-traders.
Review / The magic quality of island lifeNatural history writer Patrick Barkham’s arrival in Shetland on Friday evening as a guest speaker for Wordplay was certainly an eventful one.
Shetland pays tribute to those who gave their livesISLANDERS commemorated the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War with a Festival of Remembrance. Alex Garrick-Wright reports.
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