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The Guernsey Housing Association plans to work with local builders Infinity Construction to create 21 homes, 15 of which the GHA will buy and rent to healthcare professionals.
Islands Unlimited is using social media to announce its intention to establish a seasonal foot-passenger ferry service between Guernsey and Jersey, with some sailings to Alderney.
A six month exercise will look at what Guernsey's leisure centre offers and how it can deliver value for money, which could mean outsourcing some functions.
States will be told the concrete on the 1950s structure is crumbling and the bridge needs to be replaced, or eventually fenced off.
A new group called Guernsey For Gaza will call for an end to the death of civilians and peace for the territory.
Speeches lasted until the close of the Friday States session, meaning P&R survives for now, but is wounded, as deputies Mark Helyar and Dave Mahoney resigned before the debate.
A cash bid is to be made to buy up all of the Barclay's property on Sark, including five hotels.
Deputies re-order the agenda to ensure deputy Charles Parkinson's vote of no confidence is debated today (24 November).
The Guernsey Bicycle Group's annual event hopes to encourage the use of bike lights and reflective clothing.
Deputies have voted against four budget amendments, meaning the Education Committee doesn't have the finances to go ahead with the campus at Les Ozouets.
Guernsey's airline is looking to simplify and standardise its fleet to reduce costs and improve reliability.
St Sampson’s High has a new facility to provide students with 'everyday essentials' without question.
The Guernsey Building Trades Employers Association is appealing to deputies to make a definite decision on the Les Ozouets campus this week.
Guernsey Water says the damage done by Storm Ciaran means the walk will be off limits until the end of January 2024.
A blue plaque will be unveiled in January 2024 to mark the 100th anniversary of Marie Randall’s election.
Art for Guernsey's Renoir exhibition has been operating at 80% since it opened at the end of September.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a woman was stabbed at the Morrisons Daily in Castle Quay.
Drawings and plans show the new terminal building, new fire station and the longer runway, capable of taking Aurigny's ATR 72 aircraft.
A review of Guernsey's first island wide election in 2020 says voters were overwhelmed by the number of candidates standing for election and the votes available to use.
100 Guernsey venues will be equipped will new emergency packs to help islanders control their blood sugar levels.
A local photographer has been capturing the portraits of members of Guernsey’s African community to put on display in June next year.
Guernsey has received another special delivery on the newspaper boat this morning as a second seal pup has been rescued.
David Merris and Ryan-Zico Black will oversee the Senior Men’s Representative Team.
Guernsey's early morning paper boat arrived in the island with more than just today's news.
The decision by Guernsey Ports to increase mooring fees by up to 29% next year drives the Boatowners Association to question legality of move.
The island's president warns that not taking part in societies and clubs could erode the social fabric of Alderney.
Islanders have the chance to win a Bremont Vulcan watch, valued at £3,600.
SaftetNet's first campaign aims to educate the public on the penalties for sexual assault.
Hardest hit will be leisure boat owners who face 12%-22% increases above inflation to their mooring fees for the year.
Guernsey Ports says it's starting its planned multi-million pound overhaul of the QEII Marina.
Officers from the modern German army will join local officials at two services at the Fort George cemetery.
Deputies adjourn debate on the 2024 budget before reaching a decision on the two amendments that would provide the money needed to build the new Guernsey Institute.
The Warden of Lihou is appealing for funding and local contractors to help repair the damage done to the property during Storm Ciaran.
Island Games volunteers will hand out leaflets to residents who live on the cycling and triathlon routes to help them plan ahead to July.
Policy & Resources seeks support for plan to fund the financial response to the coronavirus economic impact.
Deputy Richard Graham has responded to an open letter written by two parents concerned with the future of Guernsey's education system.
The Guernsey Coastguard has issued advice to all boatowners after two incidents yesterday.
The Policy and Resources Committee has released three amendments to the 'Transforming Education' letter from ESC.
Le Grand Bouet is due to shut for 5 weeks from September 3rd.
An investigation by the NSPCC has found the number of sex crimes against children in Guernsey has risen in the last year.
Education, Sport, and Culture have announced the name of the new school, its colleges, and its uniform.
Two deputies who stood down from the Home Affairs committee in the wake of a critical report have responded robustly in the States.
A new inshore lifeboat is now operating in Guernsey.
Guernsey's finished fourth at this year's Island Games in Gibraltar.
The Committee for Education, Sport, and Culture have released a draft policy letter relating to the future school plans.
Guernsey Airport felt the effects of a low level security incident on Tuesday evening, which saw six flights delayed and the departure lounge emptied and re-screened.
Registration is now open for the 2019 Skipton Swimarathon.
Plans have been announced for a new Premier Inn hotel at Admiral Park.
Les Misérables composer Claude-Michel Schönberg will host a masterclass for local students on 28th June during his visit to Guernsey.
The States’ strategy to counter the threat of Asian Hornets in the Bailiwick will be that of ‘containment’ according to a leading expert.
Deputy Peter Ferbrache has been explaining why there have been long queues for people going through security at Guernsey Airport.
The Sarah Groves murder trial recommenced yesterday.
The IoD’s June breakfast this week will feature Paul Whitfield, the Chief Executive of the States of Guernsey.