All Islands Posts
Police dogs have stopped approximately £7,500 worth of drugs from coming into Shetland through the post.
£270 fine handed to Shetland man after he failed to identify himself to police as driver of motorbike with no MOT
A man who failed to identify himself to police as the driver of motorbike with no MOT was fined £270 at Lerwick Sheriff Court yesterday.
It was an occasion many people thought they would never see.
Council bosses in Argyll have insisted that nine lairs in the main graveyard in Tobermory is enough capacity for the next two years.
Pupils from Elgol Primary School on the Isle of Skye have had their own Viking longship put on display at a local museum.
Two men fined after hurling homophobic insults and trying to stick fingers up the nose of a doorman at a Lerwick nightclub
Two men involved in a fracas at a Lerwick nightclub last year were fined at the town’s Sheriff Court yesterday.
A passenger on board a cruise ship was transferred to hospital in the Western Isles today by a local lifeboat crew.
More than 280 bags of rubbish have been collected so far as part of Shetland’s first Muckle Gadderie roadside clean-up event.
Two anti-aircraft guns are to embark on a journey just shy of 400 miles to their new location in Dumfries.
The highlight of Gordon Maclennan’s time at university was playing for the football society in Prague.
A fishing boat was towed to safety during a rescue mission that lasted nearly 11 hours.
It is traditionally one of the wetter parts of the country.
Man who defrauded authorities of almost £50,000 spared prison slapped with fine and community payback order
A man who defrauded the authorities of almost £50,000 was spared prison at Lerwick Sheriff Court on Wednesday when the sheriff imposed a £5,000 fine and an 18-month community payback order.
Top human rights lawyer takes on case of former Black Watch sniper convicted of killing Bangladeshi waiter in Orkney restaurant
A top human rights lawyer has taken on the case of former Black Watch sniper Michael Ross – convicted a decade ago of killing a Bangladeshi waiter in Orkney.
North East Scotland College is facing a repair bill of more than £20 million and a Highland college has to act to remain “financially sustainable”, a new report has revealed.
Lerwick man imprisoned for 14 months after being caught with 2kg of cannabis resin at town’s ferry terminal
A man from Lerwick has been imprisoned for 14 months after being caught with 2kg of cannabis resin at the NorthLink ferry terminal in the town last year.
Independent auditors have vowed to visit all 10 communities before deciding whether to save or axe their local RBS bank branch.
Lerwick woman who defrauded nearly £11,000 from the government handed 18-month supervised community payback order
A woman from Lerwick who defrauded nearly £11,000 from the government has been sentenced to an 18-month supervised community payback order.
Alsatian who had CPR performed on him by fast-thinking owner has died after collapsing on Stornoway Golf Course
A dog that made national headlines after its owner performed cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) techniques he had just learned on a First Aid course has tragically died.
Police are investigating the bizarre theft of a 400-year-old claymore sword from a museum on the tiny island of Canna.
Air accident investigators have salvaged a helicopter which plunged into a Western Isles loch but say it is “too early to come to any conclusions” as the the cause of the tragedy in which the pilot died.
An independent reviewer has been appointed to carry out a study into the future of 10 closure-threatened RBS bank branches in communities in Scotland.
Parts of the north and north-east have been revealed to be among the worst areas in Scotland for the uptake of electric cars.
The planned roll-out of recycling throughout Shetland will not be delayed by problems with the sorting shed at Gremista, with collections due to start next month in the north and west Mainland.
Police are appealing for information after a historic claymore sword was stolen from a museum in the Small Isles.
A man from Irvine was remanded in custody at Lerwick Sheriff Court yesterday after appearing in private accused of assault to severe injury and permanent disfigurement. Michael Gallagher, 32, who appeared from custody, was also charged with assault to injury. He made no plea and was committed for further examination.
A group of children whose lives have been affected by cancer have been taken on a mini-adventure to Orkney.
A rower who was rescued from huge seas in a bid to cross the Atlantic says he will not be attempting the feat again and does not want to be seen as “some reckless thrill seeker.”
A dry cleaners in Lerwick was ablaze earlier this evening as three fire crews were called to the scene.
An island is on the verge of crisis as it rapidly runs out of plots in which to bury its dead.
An Aberdeenshire man who started making his own butteries when his village bakery closed has seen them named the “best in the world”.
Two Shetland sisters - who struggled through the death of their father - have been named Countryfile’s Farming Heroes 2018.