Firefighters were called to a house fire in Shetland last night.
The latest new arrivals to the Shetland Islands have proven to have a real spring in their step.
A pedestrian has been taken to hospital after a collision involving a car in Lerwick.
Ministers have welcomed the news that energy giant Shell is to develop its first new manned installation in the northern part of the North Sea for almost 30 years.
Thirteen jobs have been lost at Shetland's Sumburgh Airport following Flybe’s withdrawal from routes connecting the islands to Aberdeen, Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Operators of Scatsta Airport say they will object plans for a 63 turbine wind farm on the island of Yell due to safety concerns.
Loganair is to offer half its seats on Shetland routes at four of its lowest ticket rates “to underpin its commitment” to the islands.
“Horrendous conditions” were the two words used by Captain George Sutherland to describe the weather on the day the Braer oil tanker hit the Shetland coast.
Police in Shetland are looking for witnesses to come forward after a head-on crash between Quarff and Fladdabister.
Plans for a new fish market in Lerwick have taken a further step forward with development agency Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) approving funding of £586,879 for the £6.3million project.
Managers of Shetland’s inshore shellfish fleet and local scientists have accused marine conservation lobbyists of making false allegations about the sustainability of king scallops from the islands.
The new owners of metal reprocessing, tubular supply and decommissioning company John Lawrie Group (JLG), of Aberdeen, have moved swiftly to grow the firm by snapping up a business in Shetland.
Shetland’s white-fish market has continued its record-breaking streak by topping the 400,000 box mark in 2017.
More than £8,000 has been raised by the Shetland public for a family whose Lerwick home was badly damaged by fire a week before Christmas.
A house in an upmarket street in the south of Lerwick was engulfed in flames yesterday morning.
Six fire crews have been sent to a house fire in Shetland today. The fire service received reports of a blaze in Sandyloch Drive just after 10am. A spokeswoman said: “Six appliances have been sent and a support vehicle. Some are still on their way.” More to follow.
A life raft that was being towed to a north-east port has been found washed up on a beach.
Flybe has confirmed it will pull out of routes to and from Shetland in early January - only four months after it went head to head with former franchise partner Loganair.
A woman was evacuated after a fire was discovered in an adjacent property on Shetland.
The wife of a man seriously injured when he was catapulted from a cherry picker has praised the “selfless” passerby who rushed to his aid.
A yellow weather warning has been issued across the north of Scotland this evening.
Salted fish from Shetland is going on the shelves of a fast-growing healthy food retailer and the entrepreneur behind the artisan business says the deal offers “real potential for growth”.
One of the most dramatic rescues in Shetland’s modern history was commemorated this weekend with a wreath-laying ceremony at the site of the grounding of the Green Lily off the island of Bressay.
A Shetland woman has told how a new pet that she believes came from an illegal puppy farm in Aberdeenshire arrived in such poor condition that it has been given a 50/50 chance of survival.
Shetland has been identified as an "ideal location" for satellite launches in Britain, according to a report commissioned by the UK Space Agency.
Lerwick Port Authority (LPA) confirmed yesterday it had restarted the tendering process for the construction of a replacement white fish market.
A man who admitted a number of charges including possessing a knife in a public place and assaulting a man by repeatedly attempting to stab him with a fork has been remanded in custody ahead of sentencing.
Fireworks displays and bonfires are taking place at locations across the Highlands and Islands this weekend.
The Lerwick lifeboat, Lerwick harbour’s pilot boat Knab and the Sumburgh-based coastguard helicopter were called out yesterday morning after a Norwegian fishing boat with 10 crew on board started taking on water just north of Bressay.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) are urging Highlands to beware of overhead power lines in the run up to Bonfire Night.
The latest activity figures for Shetland’s main harbour underline the growing importance of the cruise liner and offshore decommissioning sectors there, Lerwick Port Authority (LPA) said yesterday.
A sinking fishing boat with 10 people on board has been rescued off Shetland today.