A Channel Islands charity is launching a scheme encouraging diversity in the workplace in Guernsey.Read the full story ›
In the second part of our series looking at the cruise industry, Rob Moore finds out what passengers make of the island.Read the full story ›
A new system designed to streamline Guernsey's immigration and population management system has been branded 'a debacle' by a hotelier.Read the full story ›
By the end of this summer more than 100,000 people will have visited the island, on a cruise ship.Read the full story ›
Visit Jersey is due to launch its new autumn campaign later, in the hope it can help attract more holidaymakers to the island.Read the full story ›
A hotel in Alderney, which has been closed for nearly four years, has been bought by Le Huret Group.
The company, which run a chain of supermarkets in the island, say they bought the former Belle Vue Hotel to invest in the community.
But they say the building won't be reopened as a hotel.
Sadly while the island’s air links remain so inadequate there is no economic reason to reopen the Belle Vue as a hotel.
Nonetheless, Le Huret Group has a history of investing in Alderney and bringing much valued modern facilities to the island.
Over the next few months the company will be finalising plans for the Belle Vue, in order to restore its position in the heart of the community and bring new amenities to the island.
Five years after mail order companies in the Channel Islands lost a major tax benefit, there are signs the industry has not gone for good.
One major greetings card business opened a new base in Guernsey yesterday, one of the island's few remaining mail order firms.
Their commitment is a huge relief to Guernsey Post, who say two thirds of all letters they send come from that sector.
Rob Moore reports...
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