The winners were announced at a sell out ceremony this evening.Read the full story ›
A film based on the famous book 'The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society' has had its released date revealed.
The film, called 'Guernsey', is set in the island in the aftermath of Word War II and will premiere in cinemas on April 20th next year.
The adaptation, which stars Downtown Abbey actress Lily James and Game of Thrones actor Michiel Huisman, was directed by Four Weddings and a Funeral's Mike Newell.
The screenplay was adapted from the Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows international best-selling novel about a journalist who decides to write about an island book club which formed during the war.
The book sold 7.5 million copies in 37 countries.
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Take That performed at a special gig in Jersey last night, with funds going to help to save endangered Orangutans.Read the full story ›
Eight stamps which feature the Jersey-born actress, Lillie Langtry are being released to mark 100 years since she retired from the stage.Read the full story ›
Take a look at this behind-the-scenes footage from Strikemaster Display UK ahead of today's Guernsey Air Display.
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The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight is no longer part of the annual Channel Islands Air Display due to poor weather conditions.
Spitfire, Lancaster Bomber and Hurricane planes were due to be flying between RAF Coningsby in Lincolnshire and the Channel Islands at 11am to celebrate the BBMF 60th anniversary.
Now the historic aircraft will do a single fly past along the east coast of Guernsey at 2.40pm before doing a single fly past in Jersey and returning to the UK.
Iconic planes will take to the skies across the islands today for the annual Channel Islands Air Display.Read the full story ›