A Guernsey charity is teaching local businesses about the barriers faced by jobseekers with disabilities.Read the full story ›
The potential impact of Brexit on Jersey businesses will be discussed at a networking lunch today.Read the full story ›
The ruling that the aviation fuel supplier at Jersey Airport 'abused its dominant market position' was overturned by the Royal Court.Read the full story ›
The amount islanders pay for electricity should be cut, according to Sark's Electricity Commissioner.Read the full story ›
Businesses will begin a clean up operation after Storm Eleanor brought gusts of 70 mph and caused flooding in Jersey and Guernsey.Read the full story ›
Police are warning clubs and businesses in Guernsey to take care in securing their buildings over Christmas following several burglaries.Read the full story ›
David Gordon-Brown, the manager of Sark Electricity, says the recommendation by the island's first electricity regular to reduce electricity prices tells "a story of betrayal".
For the past eight years the people of Sark have been betrayed by a committee of incomers with so little understanding of Sark that they expect Electricity Prices here to be comparable to their experience in the UK.
Now the Company has been betrayed by a commissioner with so little understanding of Sark that he expects the costs of producing electricity here to be comparable to his experience in the UK.
Currently electricity in Sark is set at one of the highest prices in western Europe at more than 60p per unit.Read the full story ›
Guernsey's Transport Licensing Authority (TLA) will meet next week to review information relating to new air operator Waves.
Both airlines fly Guernsey to Jersey, though Waves describe themselves as an air taxi service, as opposed to a traditional commercial carrier.
Court proceedings have been adjourned until January.
Airline Blue Islands is taking legal action concerning rival airline Waves.Read the full story ›