Revising more island speed limits "may create a public expectation regarding a level of enforcement that is unlikely to be met with finite police resources", Home Affairs have said, but "traffic control technology" could be the solution.
This comes as the committee responsible for policing the island's roads has issued an official list of its views on the matter of bringing the speed limits down on over 80 roads across Guernsey....Read More »
Health & Social Care have released a statement clarifying its position with regards to two UK cannabis bodies, who they say have made false claims to be authorised by the States.
The Cannabis Traders Association incorrectly states it was involved with ongoing work being undertaken by the States in respect of the hemp and medicinal cannabis industry, HSC said....Read More »
The 126 hearing in Sarah Groves' murder trial took place yesterday in Sringar, India.
It saw some evidence given from a witness, despite the accused - Richard de Witt - not attending "because of civil unrest"....Read More »
Aindre Reece-Sheerin is both a passionate advocate of accessibility and inclusion, as well as a music teacher with a charitable streak.
He puts on charity shows each year supporting local good causes, and is married to local songstress Kim Reece-Sheerin, who joins him in many performances. We caught up with Aindre to find out what fiv...Read More »
The overall pass rate this year for the Bailiwick's A-Level results was 99.8%, compared to 97.6% in England, the States have announced.
The percentage of entries at A* to A was 27.9% - above England’s 26.4%....Read More »