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Parking changes as cruise season comes to a close

The controversial planters will be removed on Monday

Parking in St Peter Port will change today as the cruise season comes to a close.

The two-hour parking on the seaward side of South Esplanade will go back to ten hour parking until the spring. Ten hour parking near the slipway along Castle Emplacement will revert to being reserved for fishermen at sea.

On Monday, the controversial planters at the Albert Pier will also be removed. The Environment Department will then reinstate the ten hour small car parking spaces and two hour bays, except for a few that were removed from by the new zebra crossing for visibility.

The small parking spaces temporarily relocated to by the Marina Office on the Albert Pier and at the northern end of the Round Top arm of the Crown Pier will go back to public use.

There has been a 20% rise in cruise ship passengers since 2014.


Watch: Extraordinary story of footballer who tried to take his own life

How his family reacted, how he kept his illness from his teammates and how he believes way more people than the predicted one in four will suffer from some sort of mental illness in their lifetime

Former professional footballer, Clarke Carlisle, speaks openly and frankly to ITV News about his suicide attempt and depression. The former Leeds United and QPR player hid his illness for twenty years.

Last December he attempted to commit suicide; he was hit by a lorry on a busy road.

Ahead of World Mental Health Day on Saturday, he talks to us about his extraordinary journey.

Team Jets target first Premier 2 win

Jersey's Team Jets will go in search of their first win in Premier 2 when they travel to Worcester Reds this weekend.

Linda Andrews' side have lost their opening two matches in their new league after getting promoted for the second successive season last term.

Their narrow opening day loss at home to Thoroughbreds was followed up by a convincing defeat at Kent County last weekend.

£20,000 worth of drugs and cash seized in gang arrest

Five members of an organised crime group have been arrested by police in Jersey for allegedly being involved in the supply and distribution of class A drugs.

One man and four women, aged between 22 and 39, are in custody.

Police say they have seized £20,000 worth of a drug, believed to be heroin, as well as an amount of cash.

The arrests follow an intelligence operation by a dedicated crime team.

Guernsey FC boss: We've got to up our game

Guernsey FC manager, Tony Vance, has urged his players to up their game and be more consistent ahead of tomorrow's clash at Walton Casuals.

The Green Lions are currently 19th in Ryman South, but do have games in hand on their rivals

We're right down there and it doesn't take a rocket scientist to work out that, if you look at the games in hand, we can go right up into the dizzy heights of the top four or five [in the league table] but that's cheap talk and we've got to deliver. We haven't delivered consistently enough recently and we've got to do that now.

– Tony Vance, Guernsey FC Manager

The Sarnians have won four of their nine league matches so far, including last time out when they beat Ramsgate 3-0 at Footes Lane.

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