Posts Tagged 'Awards'

November 29, 2017

We’re delighted our team efforts have been recognised at the recent Scottish Magazine Awards 2017…….

Filed under: Awards, Company News

We’re delighted our team efforts have been recognised at the recent Scottish Magazine Awards 2017 in Edinburgh. Winning the Small Publishing Company Magazine award at this prestigious ceremony is testament to the work our editor, Genevieve White, contributors and design team have put into continually improving our monthly magazine.

Covering all topics to bring our valued readership a taste of what life in Shetland has to offer locals and tourists alike, our drive to provide a magazine that is full of great topics, informative features allied with great photography will step up another gear moving into 2018.

We have more surprises and new ideas that are currently in development which we are excited about sharing with our readers and potential new readers! If you would like a quick look at a sample of our magazine you can view it, at http://subscriber.pagesuite-professional.co.uk/subscribe.aspx?source=4&eid=3cdd8dd4-37b6-4c57-8d95-13e5bc5b431f, and can also subscribe to our digital edition on this page too. Perhaps you know someone who would appreciate a subscription to the magazine as a gift – perfect timing for Christmas.

If you’ve not read Shetland Life recently, it’s definitely worth leafing through our pages to see how it’s changed and we hope you agree the magazine is a great way to keep up to date with life on our wonderful island. And remember to look out for our teasers in the local newspaper prior us bringing you more exciting news about our award winning magazine!

 

March 29, 2017

Nominated for a Saltire Society Literary Award in the “History book of the Year”………..

Filed under: Awards, Printed Jobs

Nominated for a Saltire Society Literary Award in the “History book of the Year” 2016 category, key themes within the book focus on how the effects of the war on Shetland were determined by the islands location and how Shetlanders related the war to their local community as well as to themselves and their families. Shetland, the “Old Rock”, had a deep emotional meaning for them.

If you are interested in finding out more about this title, it’s available at http://www.shetlandtimes.co.uk/shop/history/index4.htmlbody-graphic