Over 100 islanders braved the wind and the cold to take part in the EPIC Moonlight Marathon in Guernsey on Sunday.Read the full story ›
It wasn't long before he was diagnosed with diabetes and after a lot of tests, his health improved.
10 months on and Bob needs a special diet and injections of insulin every 12 hours.
But despite his extra needs, on Saturday he was re-homed.
We always find the older cats and those with medical conditions more difficult to find good homes at the GSPCA as often those looking to adopt prefer younger cats or kittens.
24-year-old Christian Foley who teaches at Cardinal Pole School in Hackney, posted the clip online.Read the full story ›
Whilst touring as an international acrobat, Beryl never got to see any of the footage, until now in her 91st year.Read the full story ›
A quick blast from the past now. We've raided our archive and visited Belle Vue Pleasure Park in St Brelade. The action takes place back in the summer of 1977.
We find that an amazing looking skatepark had opened and was causing quite a stir in the community.
A music producer who inspired the success of The Beatles has links with the Channel Islands.
It was revealed yesterday that the man called the 'Fifth Beatle', Sir George Martin had died.
Sir George enjoyed a long career producing iconic songs for the Fab Four, such as Eleanor Rigby and Yesterday.
His connections with one of the Bailiwicks involves an islander from Alderney, a cat, a holiday home and a love of scotch!
John Fernandez explains...
'Joey World' will include a simulator so that children can 'fly' from Guernsey to Alderney. They will also have access to the cockpit.Read the full story ›
British astronaut Tim Peake has tweeted a stunning photograph taken from the International Space Station, featuring the Channel Islands.Read the full story ›
Guernsey's recycling plant is bracing itself for an influx of unwanted Christmas trees this morning.
Last night was the night on which people traditionally take down their Christmas trees.
Staff are expecting more trees than ever to be brought to the plant this year.
They're turning them into mulch that islanders can take home to use in their gardens.
ITV Channel TV has been asking little ones what they'd like Santa to bring them on Christmas Day.Read the full story ›