Friday 22 February 2019
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Tonight's Gig for Ged a sell-out

Friday 22 February 2019

A host of Guernsey musicians will be playing at a special concert tonight in memory of saxophonist and businessman Ged Kelly, who took his own life last summer.The event, which sold out within three hours of going on sale last month, is being staged at the Bea...

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Agent behind tragic £15m footballer’s transfer deal hits out amid looming legal action

Thursday 21 February 2019

The agent behind footballer Emiliano Sala’s tragic £15million move to Cardiff FC has accused the team’s management of trying to “throw [him] under the bus” as they look to take legal action in the wake of the Argentine striker’s death in the plane crash off the coast of Alderney.Willie McKay made the comments to the Telegraph recently an interim report by the Air Accidents Inve...

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Little Chapel phase two after Easter, aims to become "quality" tourist attraction

Thursday 21 February 2019

A foundation was gifted the chapel of the surrounding land by its former owners last year and has since begun in earnest plans to enhance the popular tourist attraction.In peak season, cruise ships and taxis have been known to bring in 300 people every two hours, or 70...

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New workboat commissioned for Guernsey Harbours

Thursday 21 February 2019

Guernsey Harbours has selected Meercat Boats in Southampton to build its new multi-purpose workboat.The new vessel will replace the existing Sarnia workboat that was built and delivered for Guernsey H...

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Comment: There is demand for yard space

Thursday 21 February 2019

Ross Le Brun is an advocate for small, local industry, and he has been campaigning for land for businesses like his to operate from for some time - with the latest news that there were not many applicants when land became available, he believes something other than a lack of demand may have been responsible."I was surprised to hear that our government is “incredibly frustrated” that they h...

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Electric prices could jump by 7%

Thursday 21 February 2019

Guernsey Electricity will be putting their prices up by between 4% and 7% in the near future to pay for the replacement of the Guernsey/Jersey power cable.The local utility will have to borrow approximately £30m. to pay for the replacement, which th...

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