Nearly £20,000 has been raised for the family who runs the Fair Isle Bird Observatory after their home and possessions were destroyed in the fire that left the renowned research facility in ruins.
A long-distance charity cyclist is to visit the Samaritans branch in Thurso as part of his 1,600-mile journey to Shetland.
Police have named the man who died in a house fire in Shetland almost two weeks ago as 48-year-old Ross Grant from Lerwick.
The man killed in a house fire in Lerwick last month has been identified by police as Ross Grant.
Shetland's police chief inspector thanked members of the public for trying to save the victim of a house fire.
One person died after a major fire took hold of a property in Lerwick in the late hours of Saturday evening.
A person has died at a house fire in Shetland, police have confirmed.
Police have charged two men for using drones at this year's Up Helly Aa celebrations in Lerwick.
Celebrations for Shetland’s Up Helly Aa fire festival continued long after the embers from the burning galley had faded.
The passion of nearly 1,000 Shetlanders for their Viking heritage burned bright last night for the spectacular climax to Up Helly Aa.
Thousands of people gathered for Up Helly Aa as the world-famous fire festival was held in Lerwick.
Thousands of people packed the centre of Lerwick to marvel at the atmospheric procession of torches ablaze with fire.
Whether you hold a great deal of knowledge or know very little about Lerwick's Up Helly Aa festival, if this "Idiot's Guide" to the fiery event fails to educate, it will certainly entertain.
After months of preparation to pay tribute to their Viking ancestors, the town of Lerwick is set for another year of fiery celebrations and marches.
A fearsome beast with emerald green eyes is ready to take centre stage today at Up Helly Aa.
As Lerwick prepares to welcome visitors from across the globe ahead of Up Helly Aa, we take a look back at the best pictures captured at the event. Showcasing traditional features of the festival – from costumed warriors to the burning of the galley – they’ll be sure to make you want to visit.
Thousands of people are due to gather for the world-famous Up Helly Aa fire festival on Shetland.
Excitement is building in Lerwick as Shetland once again hosts the spectacular Up Helly Aa festival.
It's one of Scotland's most famous festivals.
Surprise weddings are one thing - but what about tying the knot on the other side of the world in the middle of a Shetland winter?
Police in Shetland have charged a 47-year-old woman after heroin worth an estimated £9,000 was recovered in the Lerwick area.
Heroin worth an estimated £9,000 has been recovered in Shetland.
The quest to be named as the best Christmas window in Lerwick has been won by the Ninian store.
A Scottish airline has given a cancer charity a helping hand for the festive period.
Shetland Islands Council has announced work has begun to bring about temporary repairs to a sea wall in Lerwick in the wake of recent storm damage.
A man from Lerwick who struggled so violently with police officers that they had to put on riot gear to enter his cell was given an 18-month prison sentence when he appeared at the town’s sheriff court yesterday.
Shetland Islands Council (SIC) will be forced to fund the entire £5.6 million cost of building the new Scalloway fish market after the scheme missed out on European funding.
Two men whose plot to bring nearly £30,000 worth of cannabis into Shetland was scuppered when the speedboat they used to ferry the drugs into Lerwick off a NorthLink ship sparked the attention of the emergency services have been sent to prison.
Aberdeen’s Beach Ballroom was filled with applause and cheering yesterday as hundreds of new graduates both celebrated their achievements and prepared to enter the world of work.
An island airport prepared for a serious situation at the weekend when a routine flight reported a problem.
A man and a woman were taken to the Gilbert Bain Hospital on Wednesday afternoon following a two vehicle collision on the A970 at the Cunningsburgh Cliffs, near the turn off to Sandwick.
A man who drove dangerously at speeds of over 90mph while nearly four times the alcohol limit as he tried to outpace police has been jailed for eight months.