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Indeed, that summer Shetlanders angry about the high level of fares launched a Facebook campaign entitled “Islanders against Flybe & Loganair’s excessive prices”.But a year ago, Flybe said it wanted a divorce and would, instead, start competing against its erstwhile partner.With only one aircraft, if something went awry on the dawn flight from Aberdeen, then the evening passengers to Edinburgh faced disruption. Fares fell by about one-third, and generated some extra business – but not enough for Flybe to avoid heavy losses.“Passenger numbers have been disappointing,” said Ronnie Matheson, Flybe’s interim chief commercial officer.Staneydale Temple near Bixter is a large Neolithic ruin containing an oval chamber.

Hjaltadans on Fetlar is a ring of stones, although there are no true stone circles as such in Shetland.Due to the practice, dating to at least the early Neolithic, The same site provides dates for early Neolithic activity and finds at Scord of Brouster in Walls have been dated to 3400 BC.This site includes a cluster of six or seven walled fields and three stone circular houses that contains the earliest hoe-blades found so far in Scotland.Hunter (2000) states in relation to King Bridei I of the Picts in the sixth century AD: "As for Shetland, Orkney, Skye and the Western Isles, their inhabitants, most of whom appear to have been Pictish in culture and speech at this time, are likely to have regarded Bridei as a fairly distant presence." The St Ninian's Isle Treasure was discovered in 1958 by a local schoolboy, Douglas Coutts.Coutts was helping visiting archaeologists led by A. O'Dell of Aberdeen University at a dig on the island.

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