Features / Pretty as a picture!Guidelines for sending gallery and cover photos, when requested.
Features / Tiny house is big hit with ownerHouse is eco friendly and practical
Updated Shetland Folk Festival 2019Coverage brought to you by Shetland News, from start to finish!
Features / Award-winning South African novelist gives NHS Shetland a voiceIn 2017, novelist Carol Campbell left her home in South Africa to begin a new chapter in Shetland. She shared her fascinating story with Genevieve White.
Features / Life after the Fair Isle fireOne month after the world-renowned bird observatory was destroyed, how is the close-knit community coping?
Features / Shetland slow off the blocks in green car raceThere is only one electric vehicle for every 500 people in Shetland, while Orkney has one EV per 103 islanders.
Features / Duo look forward to ‘exciting and nerve-wracking’ concert at home
Features / Scottish Ensemble collaborates with instrumentalists from Iran and Greece to bring Eastern musical traditions to the isles
Features / Life after charitable trust funding
Shetland Lives / Special year for Nicolsons as third brother picks up jarl mantle2019 Lerwick Up Helly Aa under way – regular updates throughout the day
Features / Photos: The most northerly postie in the UK
Features / Impromptu Lerwick wedding for Australian couple‘We only told my mum the night before’
Updated Big day for Jamieson family at first fire festival of the year
Features / A small step in the battle against plastic wasteNew shop in Lerwick encourages people to make simple changes to their lifestyle.
Features / Prepare for a wild night of Christmas cheerMake More Noise promises to be an courageous event full of music, comedy and burlesque
Features / Long serving Smith reflects on his time in ambulance and police uniformsFormer boss of the Scottish Ambulance Service in Shetland and police special constable Peter Smith retired recently having clocked up a staggering 76 years of combined duty to the two emergency service organisations.
Features / The early days of Sullom Voe: in their own wordsFormer and current staff members recall what life was like at the terminal before and after first oil.
Features / Crowds turn out to marvel at craft workImpressive variety of arts and crafts on sale at Clickimin
Features / A working life committed to the port authorityChief executive Sandra Laurenson retires today after almost 44 years at Lerwick Harbour.
Features / All set for this year’s Children in NeedOVER 90 prizes will be up for auction during this year’s BBC Radio Shetland Children In Need fundraiser.
Features / Grassroots campaign to reduce wasteMeet those looking to reduce their footprint one step at a time.
Features / Anita still has her ‘head in the clouds’ after Kilimanjaro
Features / BambinO: introducing opera to new ears
Features / ‘Spoilt for choice’ at the Folk Weekender
Features / Famous wildlife cameraman returns
Features / Band with ‘unique sound’ heading for the isles
Features / Iolaire disaster novel takes author back to home turf
Features / Da Voar Redd Up: ‘litter is just laziness’
Features / Barry’s bright ray of musical sunshine
Features / Georgeson examines different ages of dance